114 General Internal Medicine Grand Rounds:"Hand and Wrist Conditions for the General Internist ” (032822)
General Internal Medicine Grand Rounds is to provide a forum wherein state-of-the-art medical research, techniques and information are imparted to GIM physicians to translate and integrate into daily patient care
General Internal Medicine medical staff on campus and in the community, residents, interns, and medical students
Overall teaching objective(s) for activity:
Comprehend common issues in General Internal Medicine.
Review primary care providers’ use and satisfaction with key functions in the EHR.
- Review how primary care providers perceive the HER with respect to ease-of-use, usefulness, impact on provider-patient communication, and impact on performing clinical task.
Specific learning objectives for this session:
- Provide evidence-based overview of pathophysiology and pathoanatomy for common conditions of the hand and wrist for the general internist
- Provide evidence-based guidelines to strategize appropriate non-surgical treatment for conditions
- Provide thresholds for referral for consideration of surgical consultation for the highlighted conditions
- 1.00 AMA
- 1.00 Attendance