The Pediatric Grand Rounds Take Place Thursdays from 8:00am – 9:00am
The goal of our pediatric departmental Grand Rounds series is to understand where medicine is going; staying abreast of the cutting-edge research in all areas of pediatric medicine and ensuring we equip clinicians with practical knowledge, skills, and attitudes to care and advocate for a diverse patient population. In the Grand Rounds series, we will present a wide variety of topics with a diverse speaker panel, highlighting the work of our own faculty in pediatrics and faculty in the College of Medicine and the University of Florida in general, as well as bringing in experts from around the world.
Presented by Silvana Carr, MD
Presented by Elias Sayour, MD, PhD
Elaine Donoghue, MD, FAAP
The recording of each presentation is provided for your convenience below. Viewing lectures via the link does not qualify for CME. CME credit is only available when viewing the Grand Rounds live or via webcast in a group setting at one of the approved clinic locations.
|09/17/2020||Hedy Wald, MD||Holocaust and Medical Education (no recording)|
|09/12/2020||Cameron Rosenthal, M.D. and Diane Howell, M.D.||UF Pediatrics Annual Program Evaluation: Unfrozen! Thawing Out Our Challenges in 2020 and Beyond|
|09/03/2020||Multiple speakers||Living Lives as Black Americans: Lessons from our Very own Department|
|06/08/2020||Robert Hatch, M.D. and Chad Hood, M.D.||The American Health Care Crisis and Medicare for All as a Possible Solution|
|06/11/20||Genie Beasley, M.D.||Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Stories from UF|
|06/04/2020||William Cefalu, M.D.||Addressing the Global Burden of Diabetes: The Role of Biomedical Research|
|05/28/2020||Multiple speakers||Grand Rounds Hot Topics #2|
|05/21/2020||Multiple speakers||Grand Rounds Hot Topics #1|
|05/07/2020||Brad E. Hoffman, Ph.D.||AAV Gene Immunotherapy Reverses Autoimmune Disease Against Multiple Epitopes in Genetically Diverse Mice|
|04/30/2020||Shawn Larson, M.D., F.A.C.S.||The Surgeon’s Role in Non-Accidental Trauma|