One way Children’s Hospital & Medical Center offers continuing professional education opportunities for physicians, students, residents, and other medical professionals is through pediatric Grand Rounds — weekly presentations on various issues in pediatric care, such as research reviews, case studies, or recent advances in treating a particular illness.
Pediatric Grand Rounds is presented live each Friday from 8-9 a.m. central time. All presentations will be offered by Zoom until further notice. In-person viewing is closed. Contact CME@childrensomaha.org to request the Zoom details.
Please note: scheduling for Grand Rounds typically books up 6-9 months in advance. Details are published when CME has been approved. For available future dates, obtaining credit for past presentations or other questions, please contact a CME Coordinator at CME@childrensomaha.org.
Friday, September 24
John A. Haggstrom Memorial Lecture in Pediatric Radiology
Impact of fetal imaging on patient management
Mariana L. Meyers, MD FAIUM
Vice-Chief of operations, Pediatric Radiology
Children’s Hospital Colorado
University of Colorado Hospital
- Describe the role of fetal MRI in combination to ultrasound on fetal diagnoses.
- Discuss quantitative analyses performed by MRI that can impact diagnosis and outcome assessment.
- Describe the utility of placenta MRI in the diagnosis of placenta accreta spectrum.
Friday, October 1
Grand Rounds cancelled; to be rescheduled in 2022
Friday, October 8
Distinguished Lecture in Ethics
Six Shibboleths About Pediatric End of Life Decisions
Norman Fost, MD, MPH
Departments of Pediatrics and Medical History & Bioethics
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
- Describe why the Baby Doe regulations don’t apply to doctors, patients, or parents.
- Discuss why EMTALA doesn’t require treatment of inpatients.
- Define the actual risk of a successful malpractice suit in end of life decision.
- Identify why infants are not small children.
- Recognize the problem with the claim that “disability” should play no role in treatment decisions.
Friday, October 15
In conjunction with Nebraska Chapter, AAP Annual Fall Conference
Meeting the Moment: Bringing Leadership and Solutions
Lee Savio Beers, MD, MPH
President, American Academy of Pediatrics
- Identify trends in COVID-19 vaccination rates and child cases of COVID-19.
- Describe what the AAP is doing to address vaccine hesitancy and how it is equipping its members with the knowledge, skills, and resources to support healthy mental and behavioral development in clinical practice.
- Discuss how the Academy is advancing its Equity Agenda through policy, advocacy, and education.
- Recognize why health misinformation is so prevalent and how the Academy is working with the Surgeon General and other partners to confront it.
- Describe why every pediatrician is a child advocate and how you and your fellow pediatricians and trainees can get involved in advocacy efforts through the AAP.
Friday, October 22
Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood (SUDC): My Personal Tragedy
Denise Wunderler, DO, FAOASM
Founder, Team Vienna 4 SUDC Awareness Inc; Co-Founder, The SUDC Coalition
- Describe the category of death SUDC- Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood
- Differentiate between SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) and SUDC
- Explain how to provide support to a family who has experienced child loss
Friday, October 29
CME Credit for Grand Rounds Presentations
Grand Rounds CME credit is available and approved for programs presented within one year of the current date. Click here to view library of recordings.
Contact a CME Coordinator at CME@childrensomaha.org with questions.
Trauma Grand Rounds
Discuss current issues in the treatment and management of pediatric trauma patients.
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Contact a CME Coordinator at CME@childrensomaha.org with questions about Grand Rounds or Trauma Grand Rounds.