Wednesdays at Noon
To help meet the needs of busy providers OHSU Continuing Professional Development has developed a series of live, internet-based Continuing Medical Education talks for primary care providers.
Expand the sections below to register to attend each session. There is no fee for registration.
The sessions will be held in Webex Events. If you want more information or need help troubleshooting check the links below.
About this session
Why A3 problem solving:
- Have you ever implemented a solution to a problem and see the same problem come up over and over again?
- Have you ever avoided tackling a problem because it seems too big or you fear you don’t know how?
- What about coming up and implementing a solution to a large problem that is rejected and not adhered to by the people impacted by it?
A3 problem solving methodology provides you the framework and thinking you need to get comfortable with problem solving. A3 provides you the guideline to solve problems of any scale and at the same time building the engagement and sustainment for a successful change initiative.
Alphonse Nwerem is a performance improvement consultant within OHSU’s Quality Management Department. In his current role, Alphonse facilitates performance improvement initiatives in support of the clinical enterprise strategic plans and goals. He brings expertise and training in LEAN methodology, Six Sigma, project management, facilitation, classroom training and change management.
Mr. Nwerem has nothing to disclose.
- Outline common clinical signs and symptoms of pediatric celiac disease, describe best practice screening and indications for referral to gastroenterologist.
- Describe recommended dietary treatment of celiac disease.
- Identify the psychosocial impact of celiac disease on youth and families, and describe supportive interventions.
Mikelle Bassett, MD - Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Gastroenterology, School of Medicine
Dr. Bassett has nothing to disclose
Jacklyn Stellway Beard, Post Doctoral Scholar
Ms. Stellway Beard has nothing to disclose.
Briza York, RD, CSP, LD
Ms. York has nothing to disclose.
This course will focus on a practical evidence-based approach to one of the most challenging but important conversations that health care providers may need to have with their patients, the Disclosure of Unanticipated Medical Outcomes.
- To provide a brief overview of unanticipated outcomes and reasons for disclosure.
- To discuss a practical, evidence-based approach to the disclosure of unanticipated medical outcomes to patients and their families.
About the speaker
Elisabeth Guenther is a Professor of Pediatrics at Western University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific- Northwest in Lebanon Oregon. She serves as Director of Career Development and Chair of the Department of Pediatrics for the College.
Dr. Guenther has nothing to disclose.
About the speaker
Dr. Williams is an Affiliate Associate Professor of Family Medicine at OHSU and a Professor of Pharmacy at the Oregon State University College of Pharmacy. He earned his PharmD from UCSF and completed his residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
- Understand typical clinical presentation of Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder
- Identify typical approaches to treatment of Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder
About the speaker
Sean Stanley is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at OHSU. He received his MD from OHSU where he also completed his Residency in Psychiatry.
Dr. Stanley has nothing to disclose.
- Explain “serve and return” parent-child interactions and their significance for the developing brain
- Discuss extrinsic and intrinsic factors acting together to shape resilience in children and youth
- Give examples of extreme adversity that often create lifelong developmental challenges
About the speaker
Tamara Grigsby is a Professor of Pediatrics at OHSU. Dr. Grigsby received her MD from OHSU. She completed a General Pediatric residency at the National Naval Medical Center Capital Region in Bethesda, Maryland and a Child Abuse and Neglect fellowship at The Children's Hospital in Denver Colorado.
May 6: Prescribing Exercise: The Weekly Recommended Allowance and Tips for Maintaining Compliance
May 13: The CBC is Abnormal - Now What???
May 20: COVID-19: PPE and Testing Capacity
May 27: Comprehensive Care Models of Pain
June 3: Treatment Options for COVID-19
June 10: Telehealth Primer: The Right Care at the Right Place at the Right Time
June 17: Thin Air Thick Blood: High Altitude Medicine
June 24: Building Your Wellness Toolkit: Promoting Connection to Joy and Purpose
Speaker: James Clements, MD
July 8: COVID Clotting Catastrophes
July 15: CODE FOOT: Save a Foot, Save a Life
July 22: Managing Behaviors in Alzheimer’s Dementia
July 29: Isolation and Loneliness in Older Adults
August 5: Acne, Rosacea, and Other Acneiform Conditions
Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
American Medical Association
Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Activity Chair: Nels Carlson, MD has nothing to disclose
Jessica Berglund has nothing to disclose
Joy Conklin has nothing to disclose
Leslie Doering has nothing to disclose
Christine Flores, MPH has nothing to disclose
Devon Ritter, MA has nothing to disclose