Program Structure and Curriculum

Departmental Grand Rounds Schedule

Department Grand Rounds Conference Schedule - Fall 2013/Winter 2013

The Mission of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds, a Category I CME, for the Winter/Spring season is to bring nationally recognized speakers who will discuss challenging and relevant subjects that span the breadth of Internal Medicine. Grand Rounds is often case-based with an evidence-based approach. An additional component of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds is the Clinico-Pathological Conference. Each month, a faculty member from each section will discuss a case of interest in an interactive, informative format. All Sections in the Department of Internal Medicine participate in this activity.

Learner Objectives: At the conclusion of this CME Activity, the learner should be better able to identify current clinical issues and develop a logical, up-to-date, and evidence-based approach to frequently encountered dilemmas in Internal Medicine. To view these presentations online, please visit the AHEC site at:
https://northwestahec.wfubmc.edu/learn/courseware/beta/index.cfm?event_pk=19258&logout=yes
  

 

Date 

Speaker

Speaker's Title 

Lecture Title 

Sept 5

CPC-Hematology and Oncology

Susan Melin, M.D.

 Associate Professor of Internal Medicine

Clinicopathological Conference

Sept 12

Anthony Bleyer, M.D. 

Professor of Internal Medicine

" Mortality at Wake Forest North Carolina Baptist Hospital:  Trends, Analyses, and Processes"

Sept 19

Matthew Miles, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

"Competent Internal Medicine Practice and the NAS: A Tale of Two Doctors"

Sept 26

William Hazzard, M.D.

Professor of Internal Medicine

"Can Geriatrics Save American Health Care?"

Oct 3

CPC – Rheumatology

 Dennis C. Ang, M.D.

Section Chief

Clinicopathological Conference

Oct 10

James Peacock, M.D.

Professor of Internal Medicine

“You are going to transplant what…??!!  The role of fecal microbiota transplantation in the management of patients with recurrent Clostridium difficile"

Oct 17

John H. Gilliam III, M.D.

Associate Professor of Internal Medicine

“ Update on Management of Alcoholic Hepatitis.”

Oct 24

David Herrington, M.D.

Professor of Internal Medicine

"Cardiovascular Risk Prediction – A Complex Topic"

Oct 31William B. Applegate, M.D., MPH, MACPProfessor of Internal Medicine“Hypertension in the Elderly: Recent Studies and New Guidelines”
Nov 7Kathleen Squires, M.D.Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases & Environmental Medicine
Professor, Thomas Jefferson Medical College
"HIV/AIDS 2013:  
“BIOMEDICAL INTERVENTION”  
IS THE NEW CATCH PHRASE"

Nov 14

CPC – Cardiology

Brandon Stacey, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine  

Clinicopathological Conference  

Nov 21

Peter R. Lichstein, M.D.

Professor of Internal Medicine

"Breathing New Life into an Old Tradition"

 

Nov 28

 

HOLIDAY 

  


Dec 5

CPC – Nephrology

James L. Pirkle, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

Clinicopathological Conference

Dec 12

Sanjay Dhar, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

"Intensivist Directed Bedside Lung and Muscle Ultrasonography:  Leading Advances in
Acute Respiratory Failure" 

Dec 19

HOLIDAY 



Dec 26

HOLIDAY



Department Grand Rounds Conference Schedule – Winter 2013/Spring 2014 

 

 

Date 

Speaker 

Speaker's Title 

Lecture Title 

Jan 2

 CANCELLED


 



Jan 9

Kristy Le, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

"Screening for Alcohol and Substance Misuse:  The SBIRT Approach"  

Jan 16

CPC - Gasroenterology
Rishi Pawa, M.D.


Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

Clinicopathological Conference

Jan 23

Franklin Watkins, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine  

"Transitions of Care – likely emphasizing the interface between home health and the hospital system"

Jan 30

Killian Robinson, M.D.

 Professor of Internal Medicine

"Physical Diagnosis – Time for Another Look?"

Feb 6

CPC – Endocrinology

Kavya Mekala, M.D.

Assisstant Professor of Internal Medicine 

Clinicopathological Conference

Feb 13

Jason Conway, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine  

 "Update on Barrett's Esophagus"

Feb 20

Susan Craft, M.D.

Professor of Internal Medicine

"Insulin Resistance and Pathological 
Brain Aging"

Feb 27

Richard Stephenson, M.D.

Associate Professor of Internal Medicine

"Hospice and Community Care of Advanced
Lung Cancer"

Mar 6

CPC – Infectious Disease

Charles de Cormamond, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

Clinicopathological Conference

Mar 13

Joseph Yeboah, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

"Risk Prediction and Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Events"

 Mar 20

 

Jimmy Ruiz, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

"Personalized Treatment for Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer"

 Mar 27

 

Anita Saran, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

 

 "Update on Critical Care Nephrology"

April 3

 

CPC – Pulmonary 

Edward Haponik, M.D.

Professor of Internal Medicine

Clinicopathological Conference

April 10

 

 Arjun Chatterjee, M.D.

Associate Professor of Internal Medicine  

Topics:  

1)Fluid Responsiveness in the ICU, 1000 papers, and we still haven't figured it out?
2) WFBH Pulmonary is ranked 16th in the Nation. Why is that, and what can we do for you?
3) Invasive vs Non-invasive Blood Pressure Measurement in the ICU, how accurate are we?

 April 17

 

Ebere O. Chukwu, M.B.B.S.

 AssistantProfessor of Internal Medicine


April 24

 

Heidi Klepin, M.D.


Associate Professor of Internal Medicine


“Assessing Older Cancer Patients:  Fit, Vulnerable, or Frail?”


May 1

 

CPC – General Int Med

 Claudia Campos, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

Clinicopathological Conference

May 8

 

Angela Alistar, M.D.  

AssistantProfessor of Internal Medicine  

"Pancreatic Cancer : Have We Made Any Progress?"

May 15

 

Mark Hix, M.D.

AssistantProfessor of Internal Medicine  

"Update on Health Screening, With Emphasis on New Recommendations"

May 22

 

Maria Matsangou, M.D. 

AssistantProfessor of Internal Medicine  

“Malignancies of the Aerodigestive Tract: A Challenging Entity”  

May 29

AWARDS 

   



 

 Thursday Morning, 7:45 A.M.                    Conference Rooms 1-3
 Commons Building (Nutrition Center)      Ground Floor

BREAKFAST PROVIDED

Scheduling Contact:   Ruth Caudle  336-716-5039

Continuing Medical Education - Category I Activity

CREDIT STATEMENT
The Wake Forest University School of Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 1 hour in category 1 credit towards the AMA Physician's Recognition Award. Each physician should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.

ACCREDITATION STATEMENT
The Wake Forest University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

SPONSORSHIP STATEMENT
This activity is sponsored by the Wake Forest University School of Medicine.

 

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