Highlights Archive: March 2023
Here you'll find the latest news and featured highlights from Clinician Resources.
Featured Grand Rounds
Push and Pull: Bridging Gaps in Healthcare with Innovative Solutions
Dr. Fogarty discusses his experience in finding and implementing strategies to utilize data in order to advance health care innovation and promote evidence-based practice.Read More
Climate Change, Climate Justice, and Environmental Health
Dr. Abiodun Oluyomi and Dr. Omar Merchant discuss the effect that human beings have had on the global climate and environment, and how these factors in turn effect public health and individual patients.Read More
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: 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
On-Demand Activities You May Have Missed
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
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
This course will address both the educational gap for PMR residents and fellows to learn more about recognition and treatment of cervical dystonia and upper and lower limb spasticity with chemodenervation.
March 30, 2023 – April 1, 2023 | CME credit availableRead More
This conference features a curriculum developed in partnership with Richard J. Hamill, MD, and Michael Fordis, MD, both of Baylor College of Medicine. Courses will be presented by premier faculty from Baylor College of Medicine, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, and other prominent institutions.
March 16 - 18, 2023 | CME and AANP credits availableRead More
This conference aims to provide updates for practicing physicians and other health professionals in both the diagnosis and management of gastrointestinal and liver diseases/conditions is essential to providing quality care leading to improved patient outcomes.
March 25 – 26, 2023 | CME and Ethics credits availableRead More
This conference aims to educate learners on emerging trends in quality improvement and patient safety through new strategies, priorities, and direction in medicine and healthcare systems.
April 25, 2023 | CME and MOC Part II Credit availableRead More