Pediatric Grand Rounds are designed to discuss and evaluate evolving diagnostics and therapeutics as they relate to general and sub-specialty pediatrics, and describe community and academic resources relevant to contemporary pediatric practice. At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to discuss, assess, and manage care of children with either normal or complex care requirements.
Department of Pediatrics and School of Medicine faculty, community pediatricians, residents and students are welcome to attend this weekly lecture to learn about pediatric topics, research and challenging clinical cases. This activity is open to the public.
Time: Thursdays, 8-9 a.m.
To receive CME credit: If you are not on our mailing list and would like CME credit for a session you attend via WebEx or livestream, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Due to COVID-19 restrictions Pediatric Grand Rounds will be held via WebEx and live-stream and recording until further notice.
November 19, 2020
Opportunities for Prevention of Pediatric Chronic Pain: Psychosocial and Intergenerational Factors
Presented By Anna C. Wilson, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Institute on Development and Disability, Department of Pediatrics
- Gain knowledge of the cost and impact of pediatric chronic pain.
- Understand the importance of psychosocial and family factors in the development of pain problems, and how these might be targeted for prevention.
November 26, 2020 | NO PEDIATRIC GRAND ROUNDS
December 3, 2020 | Cazden Lecture
A Motley Crew, Thinking Differently, Built the Fontan
Presented by Thomas J. Kulik, M.D., Senior Associate in Cardiology, Boston Children's Hospital, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School
- Learn about some of the key developments in the evolution of pediatric cardiology and cardiac surgery
- Appreciate the multiple ways that people have made important contributions to the field
December 10, 2020
Presented by Kelvin MacDonald and Anindit Mukherjee
December 17, 2020
Presented by Matthew Miller
December 24, 2020 | NO PEDIATRIC GRAND ROUNDS
December 31, 2020 | NO PEDIATRIC GRAND ROUNDS
January 7, 2021
Presented by Colin Roberts
January 14, 2021
January 21, 2021
January 28, 2021
February 4, 2021
February 11, 2021
February 18, 2021
Presented by Ashok Muralidaran
February 25, 2021
March 4, 2021
March 11, 2021
March 18, 2021
Presented by Ramon Barajas and Dexing Zeng
March 25, 2021 | NO PEDIATRIC GRAND ROUNDS
April 1, 2021
Presented by Stephen Back
April 8, 2021
April 15, 2021 | Bilderback Lecture and Award
Presented by Marc Del Monte
April 22, 2021
Presented by Cydni Williams
April 29, 2021 | Neerhout Lecture
May 6, 2021 | Perko Lecture
May 13, 2021 | Fellowship Lecture
May 20, 2021
May 27, 2021
June 3, 2021
June 10, 2021 | Jeff Miller Lecture and Award
June 17, 2021
June 24, 2021 | Meechan Award
September 10, 2020
Presented by Dawn Nolt, M.D., M.P.H., Professor, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, OHSU
- Understand the US national perspective on AFM
- Recognize this disease
- Conduct the appropriate diagnostic evaluation
- Realize the impact of COVID-19 on incidence of AFM
September 17, 2020
Presented by Lori K. Howell, M.D., F.A.A.P., Assistant Professor, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Interim Medical Director Cleft and Craniofacial, Associate Residency Program Director, Doernbecher Children's Hospital, OHSU
- Recognize common congenital and acquired etiologies of facial paresis in children.
- Interpret importance of timing of injury and possible surgical (re)animation options.
- Assemble knowledge of one-stage and two-stage free functional muscle transfer for pediatric facial (re) animation.
September 24, 2020
Presented by Jennifer Frankovich, M.D., M.S., Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics Rheumatology, Director of the Stanford PANS Research Program, Co-Director of Stanford Children's Health Immune Behavioral Health Clinic
- Give examples of a well-defined inflammatory disorders that can present with psychiatric symptoms.
- What is the general approach to treating inflammation based on neuropsychiatric disorders like Sydenham's Chorea, Lupus, PANS/PANDAS, etc.
October 1, 2020
Presented by Henry Lin , M.D., M.B.A., Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Anna K. Hunter, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatrics, Department of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
- Changing trends in epidemiology of IBD
- Multifactorial etiology of IBD
- What is current understanding of IBD related dysbiosis
- Dietary interventions of IBD
October 8, 2020
Presented by Ben Orwoll, M.D., M.S., Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Critical Care, Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology
- Participants will gain an understanding of what information blocking is, as defined by the CURES act, and key elements of how new regulations will affect how patients access their health data.
- Understand some key considerations around ensuring the safety and necessary privacy of the health information of our most vulnerable populations.
October 15, 2020
Presented by Brian K. Jordan, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Neonatology
- To recognize that infants have trajectories of lung function that are established very early in life
- To appreciate that these early trajectories predict peak lung function in early adulthood
- To understand that prematurity alters an infant's lung trajectory
October 23, 2020- Cindy Ferrell Lecture
Presented by Dana Hargunani, M.D.
October 29, 2020
Presented by Ben Sanders, M.D.
- Understand ways in which Early Intervention can be both effective and underused by children and families who may benefit the most.
- Describe ways in which the referral step in the entry pipeline plays a key role in access to Early Intervention and its associated inequities.
- Describe opportunities presented by information technology to reduce Early Intervention access barriers in the next decade.
- Think critically about evaluation methods of potential solutions to these access barriers.
November 5, 2020
Presented by Colleen Reuland, M.S., Director of the Oregon Pediatric Improvement Partnership, Instructor-Department of Pediatrics, Doernbecher Children's Hospital, OHSU
- To provide an overview of the Oregon Pediatric Improvement Partnership and the work and approach we use to galvanize improvement efforts across the state.
- To share findings from the novel pediatric health complexity data for Oregon's publicly insured children, which leverages cross cross-sector, adverse childhood experiences informed indicators about medical and social complexity and what it means for front-line health care providers.
- To describe how the pediatric health complexity data is being used to galvanize meaningful action at the system, community and practice level.
November 12, 2020
Presented by Daniel Crowder, M.D., Assistant Professor, Pediatrics, Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
- Identify major milestones in early childhood development.
- Recognize common out-of-sequence developmental milestones that suggest abnormal development.