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American Diabetes Alert Day
Driving Precision Diabetes
This lecture is part of the Physician-Scientist Series presented by the Department of Medicine Grand Rounds. Dr. Ashok Balasubramanyam shares his journey as a clinical investigator and educator in the field of endocrinology and diabetes research.Read More
Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
Colorectal Cancer: Update in Screening Guidelines
In this presentation, Dr. Yesenia Rojas-Khalil discusses current guidelines and screening modalities for colorectal cancer, as well as the rationale behind the changes in recommendations and barriers for implementation.Read More
American Heart Month
Dr. Christie Ballantyne presents on Precision Medicine for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention: From Where Did We Come, Where Are We Now, and Where Are We Going?, where he discusses the role that the field of genetics has played in the prevention and detection of cardiovascular disease and its related risk factors.Read More
Series from Texas Heart Institute
NEW: Two series from Texas Heart Institute.
Texas Heart Institute's Cardiology Grand Rounds
This activity is currently eligible for CME credit.
Texas Heart Institute Global Cardiovascular Forum
This activity is not currently eligible for CME credit.Read More
Learn, Create & Grow
Clinician Resources is a learning and career development resource available to Baylor College of Medicine and partnering institutions. On Clinician Resources, you'll find a library of live and on-demand grand rounds, courses, and conferences, tools to help you develop learning materials, and resources for growing your career.Read More
Baylor Health Equity Grand Rounds
I Want a Doctor Who Looks Like Me: Managing Race-Based Patient Requests
Dr. April Adams and Dr. Jared Rubenstein discuss the high diversity in demographics among patients seeking care in the Houston area, and how racism and race concordance between patients and their doctors can affect health outcomes.Read More
Hematology & Oncology Grand Rounds
Anticipatory Grief: Assisting Patients and Their Families as They Transition to Solely Palliative Care
Dr. Monica Agosta discusses best practices for transitioning patients with terminal cancer prognoses to palliative care and providing guidance for family members. She describes anticipatory grief, complicated grief, and prolonged grief disorder and how these can be managed.Read More
Department Of Medicine Grand Rounds
Providing Trauma-Informed Care to Victims and Survivors of Human Trafficking Facilitates a Sustainable Healthcare Ecosystem
Dr. Ronald Chambers and Dr. Jennifer Cox discuss their experiences developing initiatives that provide care to victims and survivors of human labor and sex trafficking. They advocate for the utilization of evidence-based victim-centered trauma-informed care techniques and practices.Read More
BCM Ethics, Professionalism, and Policy Program (EP3)
The Ethics, Professionalism, and Policy Program (EP3) is the ethics education curriculum created by the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy. The goal of the EP3 program is to educate the medical community about biomedical ethics. The EP3 topics are issues most medical providers encounter regularly but many feel unequipped to handle. The EP3 program’s goal is to provide easily digestible and actionable recommendations and resources about these complicated topics.
CME and Ethics credit availableRead More
There is often confusion around the role of quality improvement (QI) projects distinguished from research. The change in a particular context of the scientific evidence is important in order to be able to define the project as QI. The incorporation into practice and execution of the project can change based on environment. The purpose of this activity is to familiarize attendees with quality improvement definitions, QI project approaches based on context, and considerations when analyzing results. CME credit availableRead More