Medicine Grand Rounds

Every Friday at Noon Virtual on Zoom

Objective & Accreditation

Objective

The objective of this series is to inform physicians and other health care professionals of advances and their scientific basis across various fields within Internal Medicine.

Accreditation

The University of Michigan Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The University of Michigan Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Dr. Yung, the planner for this activity, has no commercial relationship relevant to this activity.

Upcoming Grand Rounds 

 

February

  • 2- CEQ Grand Rounds Speaker Series: Jordan Schaefer, MD (UM HemOnc)- “The Deprescribing Dilemma: An Intervention to Improve Guideline Concordant Aspirin Use”
  • 9-  Bill Gruber, MD, FAAP, FIDSA, FPIDS (Pfizer)- "RSV Vaccine Research and Development, Part 1: Older Adults”
  • 16- AOA Grand Rounds- Richard M. Schwend, MD, FAAP, FAOA (University of Kansas School of Medicine)- “Life Lessons From a Surgeon: Coping, Resilience, and Difficult Conversations”
  • 23- Bhushan Deshpande, MD (CMR)- "Morbidity & Mortality"

March 

  • 1- ID Annual Fekety Lecture- Wendy Armstrong, MD (Emory)- “Epidemics, Syndemics and Patient-Centered Care”
  • 8- Fritz Port Lecture: Rajnish Mehrotra, MD, MS, FASN (University of Washington School of Medicine)- “Improving the Lived Experience of Patients Undergoing Long-Term Dialysis"
  • 15- IMPOWER Grand Rounds Lecture Series: Feranmi Okanlami, MD (UM Family Medicine)- "Disabusing Disability: Demonstrating That Disability Doesn't Mean Inability"
  • 22- Annual Connie Standiford Improving Clinical Care Lecture; Igho Ofotokun, MD, MSc (Emory University)- "Defining Post-Acute Sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC) or Long COVID"
  • 29- Andrew Wong, MD (CMR)- "Morbidity & Mortality"

April

  • 5- Anu Goyal, MD (UM Hosp Med)
  • 12- Clinical Experience & Quality Grand Rounds Lecture Series
  • 19- Inaugural Brosius Lectureship- Crystal Gadegbeku, MD (Cleveland Clinic)
  • 26- Diana Kakos, MD (CMR)- "Morbidity & Mortality"

May

  • 3- Annual Research Symposium Keynote Speaker- Vishwa Deep Dixit, DVM, PhD (Yale School of Medicine) 
  • 10- Leitchman Professorship- Gabriel M. Danovitch MD, FRCP (David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA)- "Living Kidney Donation at a Time of Civil Conflict"
  • 17- Kanakadurga Singer, MA, MD (UM Ped Endo)
  • 24- Annual Gradwohl Art of Primary Care Lecture- Christine Sinsky, MD (Vice President, American Medical Association)- “Reorienting Healthcare Around Relationships to Achieve the Quadruple Aim.”
  • 31- Averey Strong, MD (CMR)- "Morbidity & Mortality"

June

  • 7- IMPOWER Grand Rounds Lecture Series: Carrie Cunningham, MD, MPH (Harvard Medical School)
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  • 28- Stacy Menees, M.D. M.S. FASGE. (UM GI)

July

  • 5- No Medicine Grand Rounds 
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 August

  • 2- No Medicine Grand Rounds, Summer Pause 
  • 9-  No Medicine Grand Rounds, Summer Pause
  • 16- No Medicine Grand Rounds, Summer Pause
  • 23- No Medicine Grand Rounds, Summer Pause 
  • 30-  "Morbidity & Mortality"