152 Pediatric Grand Rounds: "Wellness 2.0, Thriving in Residency and Beyond" (100318)
The purpose of Pediatrics Grand Rounds is to provide needs-based education for physicians, health care providers, and trainees to improve knowledge, competence and performance thereby enabling optimal provision of health care. The Grand Round lectures are 45-50 minutes in duration followed by a 10-15 minute question and answer period during which audience members interact with the speaker and the session moderator. Grand Rounds presentations cover a broad range of topics relevant to pediatric disease and health care related issues.
Practicing Physicians, including Children’s Medical Center Staff, UT Southwestern faculty and community physicians.
- Recognize and identify specific knowledge gaps in the literature and/or practice
- Apply the latest knowledge to the approach to pediatric diseases
- Analyze the available data to categorize the strength of established guidelines and protocols
- Differentiate between scientifically-based recommendations and expert opinions
- Appraise the available data supporting evaluation, treatment and prevention of pediatric diseases
- Interpret and apply the latest technologies and data from these technologies to pediatric diseases
- 1.00 AMA
- 1.00 Attendance
- 1.00 Ethics