GRAND ROUNDS & CME

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Grand Rounds are held every Tuesday at 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM via Zoom. 


Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
⇒Identify the indications and contraindications for new modalities in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of specific medical conditions.
⇒Formulate prioritized differential diagnoses for the clinical presentations of specific medical conditions, diagnoses, and diseases.
⇒Apply clinical guidelines to patients under their care with an understanding of the rationale behind the guidelines and the expected outcomes of specific medical conditions, diagnoses, diseases.
⇒Integrate research techniques related to specific medical conditions, diagnoses, and diseases, into their own clinical, translational or basic science research.

Continuing Medical Education

The University of Illinois College of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Illinois College of Medicine designates this Live Activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Previous Grand Rounds

FY23
01.24.2023 Covid-19 Vaccination Current Perspectives and Lessons Learned – Lawrence Corey, MD
01.17.2023 The Infectious Complications of Injection Drug Use and Considerations for Patient Management – Stockton Mayer, D.O.
01.10.2023 Transplant: Infectious Diseases for the Internist – Scott Borgetti, MD
12.20.2022 Chronic Pancreatitis: Translational Research Applications from the PROCEED study – Darwin Conwell, MD
12.13.2022 Women and Alcohol Live Disease: A Growing Disparity in Liver Transplantation – Veronica Loy, MD
12.06.2022 Endoscopic Bariatric Therapies: Current and Future Perspectives – Zohair Ahmed,MD
11.29.2022
Code Status Discussions with ICU Patients’ Surrogates – Tirsa M. Ferrer Marrero, MD and Tanjeev Kaur, MD
11.22.2022 Food Allergy: “Updates and Future Directions” – Jyothi Tirumalasetty, MD
11.15. 2022 Racial Bias in Pulmonary Medicine – Abhaya Trevidi, MD
11.01.2022 Understanding The Mechanism of Sickle Cell Disease Associated With Pulmonary Hypertension – Dustin Fraidenburg, MD
10.25.2022 Rethinking Hypothyroidism – Antonio C. Bianco, MD, PhD
10.18.2022 Diabetes Technology: Is It Ready For Primary Care? – Grazia Aleppo, MD

10.04.2022 Gender Affirming Care – Joshua Katz, MD

FY22
03.15.2022 TELEHEALTH POST-COVID: THE NEW FUTURE OF MEDICINE? | FAZAL KHAN, MD, JD
03.01.2022 DIABETIC KIDNEY DISEASE: A NEW TREATMENT ERA | ANA C. RICARDO, MD & KRISTEN DECARLO, MD
02.22.2022 FEMALE SPECIFIC FACTORS THAT ENHANCE WOMEN’S CARDIOVASCULAR RISK ACROSS THE LIFESPAN | ERIN D. MICHOS, MD, MHS
02.15.2022 OLD DOG, NEW TRICKS: UPDATED APPLICATIONS OF INVASIVE HEMODYNAMICS | STEVEN HSU, MD, FACC
02.08.2022 THE STATE OF STRUCTURAL HEART IN 2022 | KHALIL IBRAHIM, MD
02.01.2022 HEART FAILURE-STRUCTURAL HEART, WHAT ARE MY PATIENT’S OPTIONS? | DEE DEE WANG, MD
01.25.2022 EVIDENCE-BASED INTEGRATED STRATEGIES FOR ADDICTION MEDICINE AND HIV PREVENTION | STEVEN SHOPTAW PhD
01.18.2022 DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF TB AND HIV DIAGNOSTIC INTERVENTION TRIALS | LIZ CORBETT , BA, PhD
01.11.2022 CARLOS DEL RIO, MD – COVID-19:  PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
12.28.2021 CHRONIC PANCREATITIS: TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH APPLICATIONS FROM THE PROCEED STUDY | DARWIN CONWELL, MD
12.21.2021 ENSURING THE BEST OUTCOMES FOR HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS WITH CIRRHOSIS | ELLIOT TAPPER, MD
12.14.2021 CEMAL YAZICI, MD – ACUTE PANCREATITIS DISPARITIES: DIET, GUT MICROBIOME AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH IN THE T1DAPC
12.07.2021 NEW INNOVATIONS FOR EVALUATING SWALLOWING DISORDERS | ANNA LIPOWSKA, MD

11.30.2021 MARY M. PASQUINELLI, DNP, APRN – EARLY DETECTION OF LUNG CANCER AND ADDRESSING HEALTH DISPARITIES
11.23.2021 ASHIMA S. SAHNI, MD, FCCP- COVID AND OSA
11.16.2021 TIMOTHY FLORETH, MD -COVID-19 AND LUNG TRANSPLANT
11.09.2021 NADIA N. HANSEL, MD, MPH – ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS IN OBSTRUCTIVE LUNG DISEASE
11.02.2021 FEI LI KUANG, MD, PhD – DIAGNOSING AND TREATING HYPEREOSINOPHILIC SYNDROMES (HES)
10.19.2021 JAMES F. SALLIS, Ph.D – LESSONS LEARNED FROM 20 YEARS OF RESEARCH ON BUILT  ENVIRONMENTS, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, OBESITY, AND EQUITY
10.12.2021 LEONARDO TRASANDE, MD, MPP – SYNTHETIC CHEMICAL EXPOSURES AS OBESOGENS AND CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK
10.05.2021 EUGENE E. WRIGHT JR, MD – CAN TECHNOLOGY INFORM BETTER TREATMENT DECISIONS IN T2DM

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS: In order to add a sidebar anchor:

  1. Duplicate the existing item, listed as a 1/6 text field. (Or create a 1/6 column and add a text field, modify the class so it’s exactly “additionalAnchor”).
  2. Modify the text field inside the 1/6 column. Inside there, modify the HYPERLINK so that it would go to a corresponding section with a “#” in front of it. (Example, we have a “chief” section on the page, then it would make sense to have the hyperlink go to “#chief”)
  3. Then change the hyperlink TEXT to a appropriate label.
  4. IMPORTANT: If not done already, go into that CONTAINER that corresponds to your anchor (i.e. Meet The Chiefs), and add an ID matching the anchor’s HYPERLINK WITHOUT the “#”, i.e. “chief”.
  5. (If using side bar widget box, then there’s a saved copy of a widget box COLUMN, grab it in the column library, it should 1/6 of a length of a column.)

NOTE: Order added to the sidebar is from last to first.