Family Medicine Grand Rounds
Residents and faculty currently are unable to participate in grand rounds held by other departments due to time constraints and topics not applicable to primary care practice. The goal of this activity is to meet the needs of our residents, faculty and hopefully involve community physicians to discuss and present what is relevant to primary care and gain experience about latest trends that are applicable to day-to-day practice. This activity will give the opportunity to residents, faculty and community physicians to have a forum for information exchange and disseminate their research. Grand rounds at UT Southwestern will allow community physicians to earn their CME credits to meet the requirements of ABFM and TMB.
Are you up to date with changes in Family Medicine and therapies that are available to your patients?
Do you know when to order further studies or when to refer to a specialist?
Expert panels will be available to discuss the most appropriate work up and management
Tasaduq Mir, MD, Assistant Professor
Zaiba Jetpuri, DO, MBA, Assistant Professor
Residents in training, fellows, medical students and other interested health care professionals at UTSW and Community primary care
Purpose and Content
Family Medicine Grand Rounds provides an updated scientific knowledge foundation which will enhance diagnosis and treatment in the care of Family Medicine patients. This activity consists of a lecture accompanied by slides and a questions and answer session.
At the conclusion of this series, the participants should be able to:
|178 Family Medicine Grand Rounds: "Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Medicine" (082019)||08/20/2019 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm|