Series date: 
01/06/2023 - 8:00am EST to 12/15/2023 - 9:00am EST
Grand Rounds - Fridays, 8am to 9am

The 2022-2023 Educational Year is now over! Our Pediatric Grand Rounds will be taking a break for summer and will resume with its regular schedule beginning September 2023. Details on future sessions will be added soon, we hope you have a wonderful summer and hope to see you then!

When:

Fridays, 8:00 am - 9:00 am EST
(Sessions that are 2hr long will begin at 7:30 am)

Where:

In-Person: Nicklaus Children's Hospital - Main Auditorium
Online: via Zoom

Upcoming Events

May 2024

There are currently no events found.

Did you miss a live session?

All our Grand Rounds Sessions are recorded and available as On-Demand Online Courses through our Virtual Catalog. Click the "On-Demand" button at the top of each session's page to view its on-demand equivalent. Links will be available within 24hrs after the live session takes place.

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

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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 any credits/hours earned for this activity to CE Broker.

Sessions

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Grand Rounds - 12/15/2023 - Domestic Violence
Grand Rounds - 12/08/2023 - Diet and Cancer
Grand Rounds - 12/01/2023 - Infantile Hemangioma and associated Syndromes...
Grand Rounds - 11/17/2023 - Undiagnosed Disease Clinic: Genomics in Pediatric Practice
Grand Rounds - 11/10/2023 - One-Million Deaths and Counting...
Grand Rounds - 11/03/2023 - Medical Errors
Grand Rounds - 10/27/2023 - Human Trafficking
Grand Rounds - 10/13/2023 - Pediatric Pain Management
Grand Rounds - 10/06/2023 - Bleeding and Coagulopathy in Injured Kids
Grand Rounds - 09/29/2023 - Limb Length Discrepancy in 2023
Grand Rounds - 09/22/2023 - Up All Night: Optimizing Human Performance in Residency
Grand Rounds - 09/15/2023 - Advances in Pediatric Gastroenterolgy
Grand Rounds - 09/08/2023 - The W's of Pediatric Headaches
Grand Rounds - 06/16/2023 - Graduation Keynote - Childhood Trauma and Resilience...
Grand Rounds - 06/09/2023 - Healthcare Disparities in Allergy, Asthma, & Immunodeficiency in the Latino Population: What Can Be Done?
Grand Rounds - 06/02/2023 - Scholarship Week: Winning Abstracts
Grand Rounds - 05/26/2023 - Health Disparities in Autism Spectrum Disorder...
Grand Rounds - 05/12/2023 - The Appendix: Lessons Learned and Where the Pendulum Swings Today
Grand Rounds - 05/05/2023 - The Moving Sidewalk: Understanding the 2023 and 2024 MPFS Changes...
Grand Rounds - 04/28/2023 - Managing Congenital End-stage Heart Disease with Mechanical Circulatory Support and Transplantation
Grand Rounds - 04/21/2023 - Trisomy 13 and 18: Evolution of Care
Grand Rounds - 04/14/2023 - All Things Asthma: What's New in GINA 2022?
Grand Rounds - 03/31/2023 - (Nearly) Everything You Learned About Race in Medicine is Wrong
Grand Rounds - 03/17/2023 - Evaluation of the Limping Child
Grand Rounds - 03/10/2023 - The Do’s and Don’ts of Sustainable Mission Work
Grand Rounds - 03/03/2023 - What does the pediatrician need to know about pediatric colorectal conditions?
Grand Rounds - 02/24/2023 - Pediatric Brain Tumors: Reasons for Optimism
Grand Rounds - 02/17/2023 - Hip Surveillance in Cerebral Palsy: What Every Pediatrician Should Know
Grand Rounds - 02/10/2023 - Role of Trauma-Informed Care in Addressing Pediatric Healthcare Disparities Through the Medical Home
Grand Rounds - 02/03/2023 - The Importance of Biobanks in Health
Grand Rounds - 01/20/2023 - Finding Light in the Darkness: How Pediatricians Can Shift Their Gaze to Promote Racial Equity
Grand Rounds - 01/13/2023 - Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C): Critical Review and Lessons Learned