Series date: 
01/07/2022 - 8:00am EST to 12/30/2022 - 9:00am EST
Grand Rounds - Fridays, 8am to 9am

WHEN:

Fridays, 8 am EST
(Sessions that are 2hr long will begin at 7:30 am)

WHERE:

Online: via Zoom Meeting & YouTube Stream Player on iLearn.
In-Person: TBA


Did you miss any of our live sessions?

Previous Grand Rounds Sessions are available as On-Demand Online Courses through our Virtual Catalog.
Click the Virtual Catalog link within each session to view the on-demand equivalent. Links will be available by the follwing Monday, after the live session takes place.

Upcoming Events

November 2022

There are currently no events found.

Sessions

Session
Grand Rounds - 12/16/2022 - TBA
Grand Rounds - 12/09/2022 - TBA
Grand Rounds - 12/02/2022 - Eliminating Race-Based Medicine...
Grand Rounds - 11/18/2022 - Canceled
Grand Rounds - 11/11/2022 - Breaking Bad News: Helping Families When They Need Us the Most
Grand Rounds - 11/04/2022 - Translational Physiology from the NICU...
Grand Rounds - 10/28/2022 - Human Trafficking
Grand Rounds - 10/21/2022 - Social Media, Screens, and Patients...
Grand Rounds - 10/14/2022 - Overuse Injuries in the Growing Athlete
Grand Rounds - 10/07/2022 - Domestic Violence
Grand Rounds - 09/30/2022 - Canceled
Grand Rounds - 09/23/2022 - Telehealth: Licensing & Practice
Grand Rounds - 09/16/2022 - Medical Errors
Grand Rounds - 09/09/2022 - ADHD: A Primer for Pediatricians
Grand Rounds - 06/10/2022 - Graduation Keynote
Grand Rounds - 06/03/2022 - Scholarship Week: Winning Presentations
Grand Rounds - 05/27/2022 - Fetal Surgery: The Birth of a Specialty
Grand Rounds - 05/20/2022 - Congenital Abdominal Wall Defects
Grand Rounds - 05/06/2022 - Pediatric Plastic Surgery Overview
Grand Rounds - 04/29/2022 - Treatment Options for Pediatric Obesity
Grand Rounds - 04/08/2022 - Burnout In Medicine: An Introduction to Schwartz Rounds
Grand Rounds - 04/01/2022 - Pick Your Poison: A Review on Pediatric Toxicology
Grand Rounds - 03/25/2022 - The Febrile Infant Conundrum
Grand Rounds - 03/18/2022 - Pediatric & Adolescent Scoliosis
Grand Rounds - 03/11/2022 - Pediatric Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes
Grand Rounds - 03/04/2022 - Role of Genetics on a Craniofacial Team
Grand Rounds - 02/25/2022 - Surgical Management of Craniopagus Twins
Grand Rounds - 02/18/2022 - Introduction to Pediatric Palliative Care
Grand Rounds - 02/11/2022 - Radiologic Signs of Non-Accidental Trauma
Grand Rounds - 02/04/2022 - GENEuary 2022
Grand Rounds - 01/28/2022 - Pharmacogenetics: One Drug Does Not Fit All
Grand Rounds - 01/21/2022 - Human Trafficking
Grand Rounds - 01/14/2022 - HIV/AIDS Update
Grand Rounds - 01/07/2022 - Medical Errors

Course Chair & Moderator:

Rani S. Gereige, MD, MPH, FAAP
Director of Medical Education & Designated Institutional Official (DIO),
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital
Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Florida International University

Series Coordinator:

Gabriela Martinez
Medical Education Specialist, Nicklaus Children's Hospital


The weekly Pediatric Grand Rounds sessions are aimed at discussing a blend of selected hot topics in Pediatrics ranging from new innovative topics to updates on common pediatric disorders, treatments, diagnostic tests, research, and evidence-based practice. These sessions may include also professional development topics, education, and training, as well as the business of medicine and practice management.

Speakers may range from primary to specialty pediatric care, nursing, other health professions, legal, ethics, child life, patient representatives, and patient representatives. Topic selections are based on CME needs assessments, new guidelines, requirements for accreditation and licensure, various committee requests, and quality metrics and gaps.

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Florida Board of Medicine Licensed Physicians

Credits Reported to CE Broker Automatically: Credits earned by completing this course are reported directly to CE Broker automatically once requirements are ment. Make sure your profile is complete to avoid errors in reporting. For more information visit our CE Broker Reporting page.

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DO, PA, APRN, RN, and other licensed specialties

Licensee must self-report to CE Broker: The department of Medical Education at NCHS is only registered to report credits to the Florida Board of Medicine. All other licensees (including but not limited to Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, etc.) must download their transcript or certificates and manually report credits earned for this activity to CE Broker.