Psychiatry Grand Rounds
Our Psychiatry Grand Rounds are held biweekly for 3 quarters of the academic year. For more information and current schedule, please see below.
Sessions are recorded by Northwest AHEC and are available for viewing and CME credit.
Psychiatry Grand Rounds brings expert speakers for monthly lectures to define concepts and identify/discuss new information in specific topics relevant to psychiatry. Join us as we review recent advances in psychiatric diagnosis, treatment and case management.
2013 - 2014
Psychiatry Grand Rounds (1:00 pm)
Last Revised: 3/12/14
Neal Roberts, PharmD, BCPS
Northwest Community Care Network
Cost Effective Prescribing
Mariam Qureshi, MD
Lee Staton, Psychiatry Transfer
Involuntary Commitment and Other Legal Issues with Patient
Care Including EMTALA
Adam Goldstein, MD, MPH
NC School of Medicine – Chapel Hill
When our Patients Die
Ihtsham Haq, MD
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Neurology
What DBS Tells us About the Circuitry of Emotional Control
Ashwin A. Patkar, MD
Associate Professor and Medical Director of Duke
Duke University Medical Center
Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment
of Substance Misuse
Robin Hurley, MD
Professor, VA Medical Center
Robert Coghill, PhD
Professor of Neurobiology and Anatomy
Professor of Anesthesiology
Brain Mechanisms Supporting Individual Differences in Pain
Guy Palmes, MD
Associate Professor, Psychiatry, WFBH
Steven Folmar, PhD
Dept. of Anthropology, WFU
Trip to Nepal
Dr. Andy Farah
Chief of Psychiatry Section
High Point Division of UNC Healthcare
Homocysteine Theory of Depression - From Theory to Practice
WakeOne Upgrade Training
Faculty and Residents
(CX due to weather)
(may present on March 21)
School Based Mental Health
Dr. Jane Foy
Emergency Mental Health Triage
Chronic Pain Initiative
Dr. Guy Palmes
Steve Sand, MD
The First Year After Residency
Dr. Kishore Gadde
Not confirmed yet
Psychiatry Grand Rounds are held in one of the following locations: Conference Room (2nd Floor, Classroom), Granite Building (791 Jonestown Road), or Room 1064, (1st Floor, Hanes Building - past the library, badge into Hanes Building, left at the end of the hall).
Wake Forest School of Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 1 category 1 credit toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. Each physician should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.
- Define concepts and identify/discuss new information in specific topics relevant to psychiatry.
- Review recent advances in psychiatric diagnosis, treatment and case management.
- Apply the information in clinical practice.
Wake Forest School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. This activity is sponsored by Wake Forest School of Medicine.
We would like to thank Cyberonics, Jazz Pharma, Wyeth, AstraZeneca, Bristol Myers Squibb, Abbott, Takeda and Lilly Pharmaceuticals for providing unrestricted educational grants to help support Psychiatry Grand Rounds.