DOM Grand Rounds 2020 Schedule

01/07/2020 - Women’s Health, VTE and Anticoagulation by Bethany Samuelson Bannow

1/14/2020 - The Rhetoric of Medicine: Lessons on Professionalism from Ancient Greece by Nigel Nicholson and  Nathan Selden

1/21/2020 - Primary Hyperparathyroidism by Robert F. Klein*

01/28/2020 - Pancreatitis Perspectives from an Interventionalist by Paul Yeaton*

2/4/2020 - New Paradigms in Acute Coronary Syndrome by Punag Divanji

2/11/2020 - Lp(a), Plasminogen, and Cellular Sterol Regulation: Tip of the Iceberg by Nathalie Pamir

2/18/2020 - The Coronary Microcirculation: A Critical Target in Cardiovascular Medicine by Jonathan Lindner*

2/25/2020 - The Feedback Alliance: Lessons and confessions from fixed-mindset faculty* by Tyra L Fainstad&Renata Thronson

3/3/2020 - Sick to Debt: How Smarter Markets Lead to Better Care by Peter A. Ubel

3/10/2020 - 2019 Novel Coronavirus: update on and evolving pandemic by John Townes, Bill Messer, Molly Hale*

3/17/2020 - CANCELLED

3/24/2020 -  Use of HCV Positive Donor Organs in Kidney Transplantation by Shehzad Rehman*

3/31/2020 - Physician workflow and the EHR.  It’s a Sprint NOT a Marathon to 2025! by Jeff Gold*

4/7/2020 - Do’s and Don’ts of DOAC by Thomas Deloughery

4/14/2020 - Hematology/Oncology, Tom Beer*

4/21/2020 - Emergency Medicine by Esther Choo*

4/28/2020 - Session Title TBD (Speakers TBD)

5/5/2020 - Infectious Diseases  (Speakers TBD)*

5/12/2020 - Session Title TBD - Dr. Tait Shanfelt

5/19/2020 - Nephrology & Hypertension Hospital  - Suzanne Watnick*

5/26/2020 - Medicine (DHM VA Faculty), (Speakers TBD)

6/2/2020 - Celebrating Achievements with Residents - Avital O'Glasser and Residents 

6/9/2020 - Noble Wiley Jones Lectureship by Kimberly Manning

6/16/2020 - General Internal Medicine & Geriatrics by Reem Hasan*

6/23/2020 - Faculty Meeting (not open to public)  - David Jacoby

6/30/2020 - No Grand Rounds

* Dates MOC II Credit is offered 

The Department of Medicine at OHSU is involved in education, research and patient care.  Our 10 divisions are involved in everything from General Internal Medicine to sub-specialty care in various disciplines.  We currently have 215 clinical faculty, 45 research faculty, more than 300 volunteer faculty, over 200 housestaff (residents, clinical and research fellows) and numerous staff.

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