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Grand Rounds

Continuing Medical Education is a high priority for those who work in the health care profession. One format used by Children's Hospital & Medical Center for educating physicians, students, residents and other medical professionals is Grand Rounds. Pediatric Grand Rounds are presented live each Friday from 8-9 a.m. at Children’s in the Glow auditorium on the 3rd floor. These programs are made available to view via our internet link. CME credit is approved for one year from the date of the presentation. Archived presentations may be viewed for content, but credit is not offered.

CME Credit

Grand Rounds CME credit is available and approved for programs presented within one year of today's date. To apply for CME credit for 2016 presentations, please click on the specific presentation's "CME Credit" icon. For qualifying 2016 presentations, please click on the large "CME Credit" icon at the top of the 2016 Presentations page.

Contact CME Coordinator Sara Olsen at solsen@childrensomaha.org or (402) 955-6070 with questions.

Date Title of Presentation
2018/03/30 Updates in the Asthma Pathway
Casey Burg, MD
Medical Director, Sleep Disorders Clinic
Children's Hospital & Medical Center
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
UNMC College of Medicine

Thomas Deegan, MD

Associate Medical Director
Emergency Department
Children's Hospital & Medical Center
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
UNMC College of Medicine

Nathaniel Goodrich, MD
Hospitalist
Children’s Specialty Physicians
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
UNMC College of Medicine

Lauren Maskin, MD
Medical Director, Short Stay Unit
Children's Hospital & Medical Center
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
UNMC College of Medicine
 
Objectives:
1. Review the progress and impact of the current asthma pathway on children presenting with asthma exacerbations and the literature that has informed changes in the pathway.
2. Share the PIPA project, metrics, and implementation plan.
3. Share the collaborative effort between in and outpatient areas and how it will advance asthma care in the future. 

Presenter has disclosed no actual or potential conflict of interest related to this educational activity. 
2018/04/06 Loyd Schultz, MD Memorial Lecture in Pediatric Surgery
Patient-driven change: Why multi-disciplinary care is the future of medicine
Marc A. Levitt, MD
Section Chief, Center for Colorectal and Pelvic Reconstructions
Nationwide Children’s
Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio

Objectives:
1. Describe the challenges of delivering comprehensive multi-disciplinary care.
2. Delineate the institutional benefits to developing a devoted center for complex care.
3. Recognize the components required to create a program for multi-disciplinary care.                        

Presenter has disclosed no actual or potential conflict of interest related to this educational activity.                                    
2018/04/13 Distinguished Lecture in conjunction with New Frontiers in Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Care Conference
Impact of environment and exposure on brain development
Terrie E. Inder, MBChB, MD
Mary Ellen Avery Professor of Pediatrics
Harvard Medical School
Chair, Department of Newborn Medicine
Brigham & Women’s Hospital
Boston, Mass.
           
objectives forthcoming 
Presenter has disclosed no actual or potential conflict of interest related to this educational activity.    
           
2018/04/20 Distinguished Lecture
Cardiac Virtual Reality
David M. Axelrod, MD
Cardiovascular Intensive Care
Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford
Clinical Associate Professor, Pediatrics-Cardiology
Stanford Univeristy School of Medicine

Objectives:
1. Describe the current state of virtual reality in medical education.
2. Identify the most important educational and technological developments and techniques for education in VR.
3. Discuss and consider the future possibilities for using advanced educational platforms to educate students and trainees.


Presenter has disclosed no actual or potential conflict of interest related to this educational activity.  
2018/04/27 Distinguished Lecture in conjunction with Heartland Pediatric Gastroenterology Conference
Pediatric Gastrointestinal Motility Disorders: An Update
Alejandro Flores, MD
Director and Chair of Ambulatory Community Services
Associate Physician Motility and Gastrointestinal Disorders
Boston Children’s Hospital Clinical
Professor of Pediatrics
Harvard Medical School            

Objectives:
1. Review signs and symptoms of potential GI motility disorders.
2. Discuss how to diagnose them.
3. Describe management of children with GI motility conditions.            

Presenter has disclosed no actual or potential conflict of interest related to this educational activity.            

For additional Grand Rounds opportunities, see our Trauma Grand Rounds page.

Children's Hospital & Medical Center is accredited by the Nebraska Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.  Children's Hospital & Medical Center designates this live activity for a maximum of one (1) AMA PRA Category I CreditTMPhysicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.