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Grand Rounds

Psychiatry Grand Rounds takes place on the 1st, 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month from 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Although most sessions are held in Helen Wood Hall Classroom 1W-509, we are occasionally moved due to SON classes or events.  Please check the location weekly.

CCRDs are not open to the public. URMC faculty (including community faculty with active appointments), clinical faculty, staff and trainees are welcome and encouraged to attend. These sessions are not webcasted.

2016 - 2017 PSYCHIATRY GRAND ROUNDS

DATE

ROOM

PRESENTER

TITLE

September 8th Helen Wood Hall Classroom 1W-509

Michael Scharf, MD

Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics

Director, Psychiatry Graduate Medical Education

URMC

Vineeth John, MD, MBA

Associate Professor of Psychiatry

Co-Director, Psychiatry Residency Program

URMC

Faculty Update in Residency Education
 
(Required for Core Faculty in GME programs)

September 15th

 

NO GRAND ROUNDS

 

September 22nd

Helen Wood Hall Classroom 1W-509

Marc Swogger, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychiatry

URMC

Psychopathic Personality: The Construct and its Clinical Implications
 
September 29th  

NO GRAND ROUNDS

 

 

NOTE DAY AND TIME CHANGE

FRIDAY, September 30th

12:00 Noon - 1:30 PM

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium (Room 1-304)

2016 STEINBERG LECTURE

J. Richard CIccone, MD

Professor of Psychiatry

URMC

 

Approved for Social Work Credit 

The Asylum and Involuntary Hospitalization: Vanishing Parts of the Continuum of Care

 

October 6th

Helen Wood Hall Classroom 1W-509

 

 

Lloyd Sederer, MD

Chief Medical Officer

New York State Office of Mental Health

 

Approved for Social Work Credit 

Improving Mental Health: Four Secrets in Plain Sight
October 13th

Helen Wood Hall Classroom 1W-502

CCRD SESSION

Annabel Fu, MD

Senior Instructor in Psychiatry

URMC

 

Jessica Ee, MD

PGY-3 Psychiatry Resident

URMC

 

Carrie Bihl, LMSW

Inpatient Social Worker

URMC

 

George Nasra, MD, MBA

Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

URMC

Is Long-Term Mental Health Care Still Available? What Does it Look Like Today?
October 20th  

NO GRAND ROUNDS

 
October 27th

Helen Wood Hall Classroom 1W-510

Kerry Knox, MS, PhD

Professor of Psychiatry

URMC

Approved for Social Work Credit 

From the Tarmac to 35,000 Feet and Everything in Between: Longitudinal Research in the USAF
November 3rd Helen Wood Hall Classroom 1W-509

THIS WEEK'S PRESENTATION IS CANCELED

 
November 10th Helen Wood Hall Classroom 1W-509

CCRD SESSION

Rachel Nadbrzuch, M.D.                      Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellow, URMC

 

Joshua Nelson, M.D.                           Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellow, URMC     

 

 

Correctly Diagnosing Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders:  Does it Really Matter?

November 17th

 

NO GRAND ROUNDS  
November 24th

 

THANKSGIVING
NO GRAND ROUNDS
 
December 1st Helen Wood Hall Classroom 1W-509

CCRD SESSION

 

Marsha Wittink, M.D., MBE

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & Family Medicine, URMC

Medical Director,

Inpatient Medicine in Psychiatry Unit

 

Sara Z. Salim, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Medicine & Rehab

URMC

 

Lorraine Schild, NP

URMC

Managing Brain Injury in the Wake of Opiate Use: The Role of Nursing Care, Medications, and the Health Care System

December 8th

Helen Wood Hall Classroom 1W-509

BARTLETT LECTURE

Scott Kim, MD, PhD

Senior Investigator

NIH

 

Approved for Social Work Credit 

Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide for Psychiatric Disorders in the Netherlands and Belgium: Ethical and Policy Implications
December 15th

Helen Wood Hall Classroom  1W-509

Catherine Cerulli, JD, PhD

Associate Professor of Psychiatry

URMC

Approved for Social Work Credit 

 

 

Addressing Domestic Violence Within and Beyond the Clinic Walls
December 22th

 

NO GRAND ROUNDS  
December 29th

 

NO GRAND ROUNDS  
January 5th  

Yeates Conwell, MD

Professor of Psychiatry

Vice Chair, Department of Psychiatry

 

 

 

   

The University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 (one) AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM

Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.