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July 20, 2018 - TRAUMA CME “Pediatric Solid Organ Injury”
Speaker: Cindy Gingalewski MD, Medical Director, Pediatric Surgical Services, Randall Children’s Hospital
Objectives: 1) Identification of pediatric solid organ injuries 2) Practice guidelines for care of acutely injured child 3) Restrictions after acute injury of the child 4) Indications for safe transfer of care for the acutely injured child
July 13, 2018 - “Advances in Colon and Rectal Surgery”
Speaker: Phuong H Nguyen, MD - St. Charles Surgical Specialists
Objectives: 1) Review outcomes of minimally invasive surgery 2) Compare and Contrast Robotic Surgery and Traditional Surgery 3) Discuss surgical care of complicated colon and rectal pathology locally.
June 29, 2018 - TRAUMA CME "Targeted Muscle Reinnervation for Upper Extremity Amputees with Myoelectric Prostheses"
Speaker: Albert Chi, MD Associate Professor of Surgery, Oregon Health & Science University
Objectives: 1) Identify patients who may benefit or be eligible for future myoelectric prosthesis use. 2) Explain the surgical approach to targeted muscle reinnervation for upper extremity amputees. 3) Describe the capabilities of the current and developing technology
June 22, 2018 - “Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM): How and Why”
Speaker: Jon Tippin, MD, FAAN, FACNS; Specialty Care partners for life, Nashville TN
Objectives: 1) Develop a basic understanding of IONM techniques and procedures. 2) Determine the predictive value of intraoperative changes in IONM data. 3) Apply this information to help determine which surgical procedures would be appropriate for monitoring.
June 15, 2018 - "Impact of Obesity in Primary Care and What To Do About It"
Speaker: Stephen Archer, MD, FACS, FASMBS, Director, Bariatric Surgery, St. Charles Medical Center
Objectives: 1) Recognize the role obesity plays in the pathogenesis and epidemiology of common problems such as diabetes, cancer, joint problems, depression, isolation and others. 2) Describe the impact of new medical treatments for treating obesity and some of their interactions and side effects. 3) Review bariatric surgery indications and results with respect to common ailments in a PCP practice. 4) Discuss prevention strategies as the ultimate answer to the obesity epidemic.
June 08, 2018 - "Talia's Voice"
Speaker: Dr. Jeff Goldenberg and Ms. Naomi Kirtner
Objectives: 1) Discuss strategies to advocate for patients’ care and safety. 2) List examples of communicating effectively with patients. 3) Describe the impact of ineffective communication on patient outcomes.
June 01, 2018 - "Dermatology Diagnostic Dilemmas - Common and Uncommon Challenges"
Speaker: Oliver J. Wisco, DO, FAAD, FACMS, Melanoma Specialist & Mohs Surgeon, Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Oregon Health and Science University
Objectives: 1) Understand the primary morphologic descriptors in Dermatology. 2) Understand the potential use of teledermatology to care for dermatologic issues. 3) Understand the importance of the differential diagnosis of cutaneous disease. 4) Understand the initial treatment approach to common and uncommon dermatologic conditions.
May 25, 2018 - No Grand Rounds - Memorial Day
May 18, 2018 - “Addressing Intimate Partner Violence with Patients”
Speaker: Jim Winkle, MPH
Objectives: The educational objective to address this gap is: "Apply universal screening for IPV and appropriate interventions in order to reduce patient morbidity and mortality." 1) Utilize appropriate questions that screen for IPV. 2) Explore an increased clinical index of suspicion with patients. 3) Perform an adequate safety assessment, safety planning, and documentation. 4) Review the research on the paradoxical effect of increased intimate violence when screening programs were initiated.
May 11, 2018 - “Participating in and Demonstrating Scholarly Activity for ACGME”
Speaker: Michele L. McCarroll, Ph.D., CCRP, ACSM-CCEP, FAACVPR, Chief Research Officer, Professor of Clinical Medicine, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences
Objectives: 1) To review the process of conducting human subjects research. 2) To formulate a sequential process of answering a research hypothesis or quality improvement question by being exposed to both methodologies. 3) To implement proper methods of scholarly activity. 4) To apply a variety of acceptable ACGME qualifying scholarly activities 5) Increase comprehension of the focus areas of research being conducted in this area.
May 04, 2018 - “Promoting Best Practices with Epic: Grouped Order Sets, and Overview of Nursing Standards of Care Guidelines and the impact on Providers”
Speaker: Mary Dallas, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer Clinical Informatics, St. Charles Health System
Objectives: 1) Introduce the concept of the OBSN and ANA guidelines for Nursing Standards of Care and articulate how the guidelines affect the daily workflow (how it relates to providers – what’s different). This is now part of orders in our Epic build, and this is why. 2) What are the bells and whistles of order entry? How clinical decision support is used in order entry to improve patient safety. 3) How grouped orders in order sets helps with promoting best practices. Insulin may be used as an example by show how this order set design translates into practice for administering insulin at the bedside, and resulting outcomes with hypoglycemic events related to insulin dosing.
April 06, 2018 - No Grand Rounds during April - Epic go-live
March 30, 2018 - No Grand Rounds - Spring Break
March 23, 2018 - "Comprehensive Care of the Transgender Individual"
Speaker: Christina E. Milano , M.D. Associate Professor of Family Medicine, School of Medicine OHSU
Objectives: 1) Improve participants' general competence in care of the Transgender and Gender Diverse Individual 2) Ensure understanding of the Medical and Mental Health needs of the Transgender Individual 3) Orient to available resources for ensuring best practices are applied in this realm
March 16, 2018 - TRAUMA "The General's Goiter: Outcome following a subtotal thyroidectomy on General George C. Marshall"
Speaker: Richard Mullins, MD, Professor of Surgery, Section of Trauma/Critical Care, OHSU; Captain, Inactive Ready Reserve, United States Naval Reserve
Objectives: 1) Review the influence of surgery on the patients whose principle ambitions are for an exceptionally consequential career 2) Discuss the role of thyroidectomy in management of subclinical hyperthyroidism 3) Review the technique of subtotal thyroidectomy as perfected by master surgeons in the first three decades of the 20th century 4) Discuss issues of patient confidentiality when the patient has public notoriety
March 09, 2018 - "Potassium Management Strategies: evidence from population and mechanistic studies"
Speaker: Joshua Kaplan, M.D. Assistant Professor of Nephrology Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Objectives: 1) Review basic kidney anatomy/physiology. 2) Discuss the global epidemic of hypertension. 3) Identify the links between sodium, potassium and blood pressure. 4) Determine which intervention strategies might be most effective in reducing hypertension among your patient population. 5) Potassium Management in the hospital.
March 02, 2018 - "Interpersonal Neurobiology – Improved Self Care to Improved Patient Care"
Speaker: Mary Meador, MD, Family Medicine Bend, OR ; Louis Cozolino Ph.D, Professor of Psychology Pepperdine University Malibu, CA
Objectives: 1) Identify and review interpersonal and intra-personal communication tools for use in physician practice. 2) Analyze concepts in neurobiology to improve efficacy of providers’ interpersonal and intra-personal communication skills 3) Illustrate how to improve interactions with patients and multi-disciplinary team members by practicing self-care techniques such as mindfulness, self-reflection, physical exercise and social interaction
February 23, 2018 - “Preparing for Epic: Using Problem Based Charting to Optimize Care by Multiple Consultants”
Speaker: Frances McCabe, MD, St. Charles Medical Director Clinical Informatics; Matt Clausen, MD, St. Charles Family Medicine
Objectives: 1) Describe the rational for Problem based management and problem based charting compared to traditional methodology. 2) Define the elements of an appropriate problem list, and best practice for Problem List management. 3) Demonstrate the tools that will be available in Epic to leverage the hospital problem list to create concise and meaningful notes for attending’s and consultants.
February 16, 2018 - “Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM): How and Why”
Speaker: Jon Tippin, MD, FAAN, FACNS; Specialty Care partners for life, Nashville TN
Objectives: 1) Develop a basic understanding of IONM techniques and procedures 2) Determine the predictive value of intraoperative changes in IONM data 3) Apply this information to help determine which surgical procedures would be appropriate for monitoring
February 09, 2018 - TRAUMA “Surgical Lessons Learned During the Vietnam War and (24 years later) the Persian Gulf War”
Speaker: Harley D. Kelley, MD, Assistant Professor of Surgery, OHSU, retired, active duty general surgeon in both wars
Objectives: 1) Discuss key concepts of forward casualty care in the military, including a fast forward surgical unit. 2) Identify key differences between urban trauma care and combat trauma care. 3) Discuss how military experience may be applied in the civilian patient population.
February 02, 2018 - “New Peanut Allergy Prevention Guidelines Starting In Infancy”
Speaker: Ronald A. Simon, M.D. Head, Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Adjunct Member, Department of Molecularand Experimental Medicine The Scripps Research Institute, San Diego, CA, Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics
Objectives: 1) Pathophysiology of peanut allergy 2) Diagnose and test for food allergies, including peanuts 3) Discuss the history of peanut allergy treatment in America 4) New LEAP Guidelines
January 26, 2018 - “Principles of Conservative Prescribing”
Speaker: Gregory L. Holmquist, Pharm.D., CPE, Palliative Care Strategies, Everett, WA
Objectives: 1) Think beyond drugs (consider nondrug therapy, treatable underlying causes, and prevention); 2) Practice more strategic prescribing (defer non-urgent drug treatment; avoid unwarranted drug switching; be circumspect about unproven drug uses; and start treatment with only 1 new drug at a time); 3) Maintain heightened vigilance regarding adverse effects (suspect drug reactions; be aware of withdrawal syndromes; and educate patients to anticipate reactions); 4) Exercise caution and skepticism regarding new drugs (seek out unbiased information; wait until drugs have sufficient time on the market; be skeptical about surrogate rather than true clinical outcomes; avoid stretching indications; avoid seduction by elegant molecular pharmacology; beware of selective drug trial reporting); 5) Work with patients for a shared agenda (do not automatically accede to drug requests; consider nonadherence before adding drugs to regimen; avoid restarting previously unsuccessful drug treatment; discontinue treatment with unneeded medications; and respect patients' reservations about drugs); 6) Consider long-term, broader impacts (weigh long-term outcomes, and recognize that improved systems may outweigh marginal benefits of new drugs).
January 19, 2018 - "Minimally-Invasive, Non-Opiate Treatments for Chronic Pain: New Frontiers in Neuromodulation"
Speaker: Robert Heros, MD, Spinal Diagnostics Tualatin, OR
Objectives: 1) Understand the differences between nociceptive and neuropathic pain 2) Identify patients presenting with complex neuropathic pain including Complex Regional Pain Syndrome 3) Identify indications for neuromodulation 4) Know how and where to refer these patients for appropriate treatment
January 12, 2018 - "Stroke through the Ages"
Speaker: Steven Goins, MD, Pacific Crest Neurology and St. Charles Stroke Program Medical Director
Objectives: 1) Identify the physiology of cerebral perfusion in infancy and discuss how this has impact on the occurrence of stroke in later life. 2) Recognize causes of stroke in childhood and young adults and discuss how these disorders continue as stroke causes throughout life. 3) Address economic impact of stroke in Oregon and nationally 4) Address the changing incidence of strokes in young adults and the implications for the future.
January 05, 2018 - No Grand Rounds - winter break