|September 1||“Burning More than the Midnight Oil: Sleep Deprivation in Teens”
Mary Halsey Maddox, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor
UAB Division of Pediatric Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine
|September 8||“Therapeutic Hypothermia after Out of Hospital Pediatric Cardiac Arrest:
The THAPCA Trial Experience”
J. Michael Dean, MD, MBA
H.A. and Edna Benning Presidential Professor of Pediatrics
Professor and Vice Chairman for Research, Department of Pediatrics
Chief, Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, University of Utah School of Medicine,
Salt Lake City, UT
|September 15||“Competency Based Medical Education”
Gustavo R. Heudebert, MD
Assistant Dean for Graduate Medical Education and Designated Institutional Officer
Professor, UAB Division of General Internal Medicine
|September 22||“Evaluation in the Age of Assessment”
Louis N. Pangaro, MD, MACP
COL (ret.) MC USA Professor and Chairman, Department of Medicine
F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine, Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, MD
|September 29||Charles A. Alford Memorial Lectureship – “Quantitative Studies of Cytomegalovirus 1975 - 2016”
Paul D. Griffiths, BSc, MD, DSc, FRCPath
Professor of Virology, University College London Medical School
Royal Free Campus, London UK
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Pediatric Medical Grand Rounds is considered a Regularly Scheduled Series; therefore our educational objectives are global in scope.
Grand Rounds Regularly Scheduled Series Objectives:
Upon completion of the 2016 Grand Rounds series, participants will be able to:
- Recognize and review diagnosis and current management options for a variety of illnesses related to the field of pediatrics.
- Discuss research related to pediatric illnesses.
- Recognize and utilize new advances in technology and physician practice for the diagnosis, care, and treatment of the pediatric patient.
- Use a multidisciplinary approach to provide optimal outcomes for the pediatric patient.
- Discuss improvement methodology to provide quality care for the pediatric patient.
- Discuss the role of pediatric practice in education and advocacy.
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