Public Health Grand Rounds
The Public Health Grand Rounds are jointly sponsored by the Center for Community Health & Prevention and the Department of Public Health Sciences. The rounds are intended to demonstrate and highlight the link between research and community health improvement.
Through this series, UR faculty, staff and students, and community partners can hear about community-based initiatives to reduce health inequities, improve access to care, and tackle some of our toughest health challenges. Support for recording of the Public Health Grand Rounds is provided by HRSA and by gifts to the Department of Public Health Sciences. Recordings, when available, can be found below.
Join us for lively discussions with some of Rochester’s community health champions and their UR partners.
Our spring 2018 Public Health Grand Rounds season has concluded. Thank you for joining us this year, and stay tuned for information on the fall 2018 series, beginning in September.
Fall 2017 Public Health Grand Rounds (with video links when available)
|September 15, 2017
||Ben George and Justin Grishkan
"The Future of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program"
Presentation slides available here
|October 6, 2017
||Dr. Brian E. McGarry
||Decision making of Medicare beneficiaries regarding Medicare Part D insurance plan choice
|October 20, 2017
||Berryman, Nickels, & Schrack
||It's all about understanding - The history of health literacy
|November 3, 2017
||Melissa Pennise, Laura M. Robinson
||Health Status and Services for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Past, Present, and Future.
|November 17, 2017
|December 1, 2017
||Dr. Yeates Conwell
||Randomized clinical trial in rural China, testing a new clinical care model for the co-management of depression and hypertension.
Spring 2018 Public Health Grand Rounds
|February 2, 2018
||Mitch Gruber, PhD, Chief Programs Officer, Foodlink
||The history of healthy food retail/access in Rochester
|February 16, 2018
Caroline P. Thirukumaran
Natural Language Processing for the Identification of Surgical Site Infections
|March 2, 2018
||Dr. Timothy Dye Canceled due to weather, new date below
||Critical Medical Ecological Perspectives on Diabetes in the Pacific Islands: Colonialism, Power, & Balance in Human-Environment Interaction Over Time NEW DATE BELOW
|March 16, 2018
||Canceled due to Match Day
|April 6, 2018
||Dr. Timothy Dye
||Critical Medical Ecological Perspectives on Diabetes in the Pacific Islands: Colonialism, Power, & Balance in Human-Environment Interaction Over Time
|May 4, 2018
||Jennifer R. Mammen, PhD NP-C
Smartphone-based telemedicine for primary care of asthma: Development of a Technology Enabled Asthma Management System (TEAMS) NOTE NEW LOCATION: Ryan Case Method Room, URMC
|May 11, 2018
||Dr. Supriya Mohile
|| Improving Cancer Care Delivery for Older Patients with Cancer and Their Caregivers: Updates from GAP/COACH Trials and Next Steps
Past Public Health Grand Rounds Presentations
Below you can find available videos and slides from past presentations. Closed Captioning as noted (CC).
5/5/17: Dr. Stephanie Nothelle, "Advancing Interprofessionalism and Caring for the Most Complex Patients: The Student Hotspotting Initiative"(CC)
4/21/17: Dr. Kathi Heffner, "Chronic Pain and Poor Sleep: Disentangling These Bedfellows to Improve Public Health"(CC)
4/7/17: Dr. Andy Aligne, "The Preventing Teen Pregnancy with LARC Project."(CC)
3/3/17: Dr. Norbert Goldfield, "Health Through Peace-Building: Challenges and Opportunities for Israelis and Palestinians."(CC) Slides are available HERE
2/17/17: Dr. Laurent Glance, "Can We Do Better? Can Quality Measurement Help?"(CC)
2/3/17: Dr. Irina Pesis-Katz & Dr. David Krusch, "The Importance of Population Health Analytics in Value-Based Care"(CC)
12/2/16: Dr. Kevin Kless, "An Introduction to Integrative Medicine and its Application in the Primary Care Setting"(CC)
11/18/16: Robert Block, MD, and Scott McIntosh, PhD, "Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Familial Hypercholesterolemia”(CC)
11/4/16: Dr. Kreipe, Elaine Spraull, Faith Davignon, " Because Not Every Family in Crisis Has a Village - Rochester has a Crisis Nursery."(CC) Slides are available HERE
10/21/16: Dr. Aaron Fields, "The Opioid Epidemic: Where Are We Now, How Did We Get Here, and Where Are We Going?"(CC)
9/16/16: Michael Hasselberg, PhD, RN, NPP-BC, "UR Medicine Project ECHO: Improving access to complex care through videoconferencing." (CC)
4/15/16: Ronald Epstein, MD, "Talking about the Hard Stuff: An Intervention to Improve Communication in Advanced Cancer." (CC)
4/1/16: Timothy Quill, MD, FACP, FAAHPM, "Palliative Care: Who, What, When, Where, and Why." (CC)
3/4/2016: Solomon Abiola, MS, "Health Big Data Applications for Realtime Infectious Disease Modeling From Ebola to Zika and Beyond." (CC)
2/19/2016: URMC Hot Spotter Team, "Putting the Patient at the Center of Medical Education: and Interdisciplinary and Longitudinal Approach." (CC)
2/5/2016: Bob Gramling, MD, DSc, "The Palliative Care Communication Research Initiative." (CC)
12/4/2015: Sue Groth, PhD, RN, WHNP-BC, FAANP, "The Complexities of Weight Gain and Downstream Effects." (CC)
11/20/2015: Kevin Kennedy, MPH, "Housing and Health: Changing the Healthcare Paradigm Through a Healthy Homes Program" (CC)
11/6/2015: Dr. Steven Barnett, "The Deaf Weight Wise Clinical Trial: Community-Engaged Health Research With Rochester Deaf Populations" (CC)
10/16/15: Dr. David Chan, "The Benefit and Burden of Electronic Reminders for Optimizing Patient Care" (CC) Dr. Chan's slides are also available to view.
10/2/15: Dr. Eche Ezeanolue, "Finding the Walgreen and CVS in Congregation-Based Health Interventions: Evidence From the Baby Shower Trial."(CC)
4/3/15: URMC Hotspotters, "Walk With Them: Lessons from the 2014 URMC Student Hotspotters." (link to video of presentation)
3/20/15: Dr. Ray Dorsey, "Using Technology to Transform Care."
3/6/15: Wade Norwood, Candice Lucas, Gladys Pedraza-Burgos, "What's Goin' on With Nuestra Salud?"
2/6/15: Dr. Yeates Conwell, "Collaborative Care For Depression in Later Life: Lessons Learned From Urban China."
11/7/14: Dr. Michael Mendoza, "Take an Aspirin (or Two) and Call (or Text or Email) Me (or Us) in the Morning (or Later)."