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Recent GME Grand Rounds - 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-2011


GME Grand Rounds 2010-11

12 noon - 1 pm

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DATE
Video
TOPIC
LOCATION
June 21, 2011  

CANCELLED

 
May 17, 2011

Bridging the Gap: Effective Handoffs for Safe Care
- Arpana Vidyarthi, MD, Director, Patient Safety and Quality Programs, GME, Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine

N-217
April 19, 2011

Every Physician is a Teacher:  10 Tips to Improve Clinical Teaching
- Susan Promes, MD, FACEP, Director, Curricular Affairs, GME, Program Director, Emergency Medicine

N-217
March 15, 2011

Working with Communities from the Middle East, North Africa, and the Arab World: Culturally Informed Perspectives
- Jess Ghannam, PhD, Clinical Professor, Psychiatry

N-225
Feb 15, 2011

UCSF GME 2011: Annual Report and Town Hall Discussion
- Robert B. Baron, MD, MS, Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education

N-225
Jan 18, 2011

There’s an App for That: Key Smart Phone Applications for Surviving Residency
- Michelle Lin, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

N-225
Dec 21, 2010  

No Grand Rounds

 
Nov 16, 2010 N/A

The ABCs of LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Health: What Every Physician Needs to Know
- Shane Snowdon, Director, LGBT Resource Center

LGBT Resource Center

HSW-301
Oct 19, 2010

In Search of the Root Cause: Patient Safety at UCSF
- Adrienne Green, MD, Associate Chief Medical Officer

- Kathy Radics, RN, MPA, Patient Safety Manager

HSW-301
Sept 21, 2010

Lab Test Utilization: The Right, The Wrong, and The Overused
- Tim Hamill, MD, Director, UCSF, Clinical Laboratories

N-217
Aug 17, 2010

Doctors and Addiction: Helping Good People with a Bad Disease
- Elinore F. McCance-Katz, MD, PhD, Adjunct Professor, Psychiatry

N-225
July 20, 2010

Implementing Health Care Reform: What Will it Mean for Physicians?
- Bernard Lo, MD, Professor of Medicine, Director, Program in Medical Ethics

N-225


GME Grand Rounds 2009-10

12 noon - 1 pm

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DATE
Video
TOPIC
LOCATION
June 15, 2010

Medical Education Scholarship: How to Study What You Do. The Case of Sign-Out.
- H. Carrie Chen, MD, MSEd, Director, Health Professions Education Pathway, Associate Clinical Professor, Pediatrics

- Amin Azzam, MD, MA, Co-Director, Health Professions Education Pathway, Assistant Clinical Professor, Psychiatry
N-225
May 18, 2010

Managing Stress and Conflict in Medical Training
- Andrew Parker, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)

N-217
April 20, 2010

Shared Decision-Making in Clinical Practice: New Tools for Maximum Effectiveness
- Grace Lin, MD, MAS, Assistant Adjunct Professor of Medicine

N-217
March 16, 2010

Hot Topics in Quality and Safety: A GME Perspective
- Arpana Vidyarthi, MD Director, Patient Safety and Quality Programs, GME; Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine

N-217
February 16, 2010 Climate Change and Public Health: A California View
- Paul A. Heineken, MD Clinical Professor of Medicine
S-214
Jan 19, 2010

 

Flirting With Disaster: A Primer on Emergency Preparedness for Housestaff
- Jonathan Garber, MD Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine
C-701
Dec 15, 2009 CANCELLED
 
Nov 17, 2009

 

Health Reform and the Culture of Medicine: How the Policy Debate may shape your practice...no matter what Congress passes.
- Daniel Dohan, PhD Associate Professor of Health Policy and Social Medicine
N 217
October 20, 2009

 

Decision Making in the Hospital Setting: Holds, Capacity, and Conservatorship.
- Jewel Shim, MD Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Director, Psychiatry Consultation and Liaison Service
N 225
September 15, 2009

The Influence of Influenza: Clinical and Public Health Approaches to H1N1
- Dr. Janice Louie, MD, MPH California Department of Public Health
N 225
August 18, 2009
Moving Beyond HIPAA Basics: Privacy Survival Tips for Residents and Fellows
- Deborah Yano-Fong, RN, MSN, PAAPC, CHP
Chief Privacy Officer, University of California, San Francisco
N 217
July 21, 2009

UCSF Global Health: Where You've Been, Where You Can Go
- Chris Stewart, MD, Program Director, Global Health Pathways Program, Asst. Clinical Professor, Department of Pediatrics
N 217

GME Grand Rounds 2008-09

DATE
Video
TOPIC
LOCATION
July 15, 2008
Healthy San Francisco: Providing Universal Access to Healthcare for the Uninsured
- Mitch Katz, MD, Clinical Professor, Department of Medicine,
& Department of Epidemiology
N-217
Aug 19, 2008
Tuesday
How Do We Know What We Know? The Impact of Industry Funding on the Clinical Research Literature
- Thomas B. Newman, MD, MPH, Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and Pediatrics.
N-217
Sept 16, 2008
Don’t Compound the Fracture: Anticipating and Preventing Complications in Elderly Hospitalized Patients
- Eric Widera, MD, Director, Hospice & Palliative Care and Assistant Clinical Professor, Division of Geriatrics.
N-225
Oct 21, 2008
Responding to Patients' Requests: Balancing Professional Obligation and Conscientious Objections
- Mary M McGrath, MD, MPH, Director, Resident & Fellow Affairs and Clinical Professor, Division of Plastic Surgery & Douglas White, MD, MAS, Director, Ethics Education and Assistant Professor, Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine
N-225
Nov 18, 2008
Patient Safety and Quality Innovations: What's Working (and Not) in the Effort to Make Healthcare Better and Safer
- Robert Wachter, MD, Professor & Chief, Division of Hospital Medicine, Associate Chairman, Department of Medicine, Chief of Medical Service, UCSF Medical Center
N-225
Dec 16, 2008

Strive for Zero: Safe and Effective Acute Pain Management
- Daniel Burkhardt, MD, Director, Acute Pain Service, Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Care
N-217
Jan 20, 2009
How to Help Patients Stop Smoking: Clinical Evidence and Policy Implications
- Steven A Schroeder, MD, Director, Smoking Cessation Leadership Center, Professor, Department of Medicine
N-217
Feb 24, 2009

 

Special GME Grand Rounds: Chancellor's Health Policy Lecture Series - Case Study: Investigating Research-Based Advocacy Concerning Prescription Drugs and Other TopicsImplications
- Sidney Wolfe, MD, Director, Health Research Group of Public Citizen, Member, FDA Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee
Cole Hall
Mar 17, 2009
Is There A Physician On The Plane? Dealing With In-flight Medical Emergencies
- Molly Cooke, MD, Professor of Medicine, Director, Haile T. Debas Academy of Medical Educators
N-217
April 21, 2009
Current Controversies in Clinical Ethics: Organ Transplantation, Conscientious Refusal, and Conflicts of Interest
- Bernard Lo, MD, Professor of Medicine, Director of Program in Medical Ethics, Director of Greenwall Faculty Scholars in Bioethics Program
C-701
May 19, 2009

Hospital Acquired Infections: From Evidence to Local Practice and Outcomes
- Adrienne Green, MD, Associate Chief Medical Officer, Associate Professor of Medicine

C-701
June 16, 2009
Cancelled

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