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Pediatric Grand Rounds Schedule


November 30

Health Issues of Newly Arrived Refugees with Special Emphasis on Children's Health

Educational Objective:

  • After attending this educational presentation the participant will be able to list at least three health issues affecting recently resettled refugee children

Speakers: 

  • James Sanders, MD, MPH, Ascension Columbia St. Mary's
  • Bryan Johnston, MD, Resident, Ascension Columbia St. Mary's

November 16

The Rebecca Jayne Memorial Lecture: Penicillin Allergy Evaluation: A Powerful Tool for Antimicrobial Stewardship and Infection Prevention

Educational Objective:

  • To identify the impact of reported penicillin allergies on patients and healthcare system
  • To describe penicillin allergy evaluation methods aimed at improving care for patients with documented penicillin allergies
  • To highlight successful implementation across the care continuum

Speaker:  Erica Seiguer Shenoy, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School


November 9

Who Needs a Gluten Free Diet?

Educational Objective:  

  • Learn what are the 3 disorders linked to consumption of gluten-containing foods in human
  • Be able to apply an evidence-based diagnostic approach to children suspected of celiac disease
  • Understand that the use of a gluten-free diet is unnecessary in more than 95% of the general population. 

Speaker:  Stefano Guandalini, MD, Professor Emeritus, Department of Pediatrics, University of Chicago


November 2

Building the ARC-Take 2: Navigating the Waters (Emphasis on neurodevelopmental aspects of ADHD Treatment in Primary Care)

Educational Objective:

  •  Develop an appreciation of the complex psychosocial/emotional/developmental aspects of ADHD across the lifespan as a basis for informed evidenced based treatment recommendations and enhanced treatment opportunities in primary care settings.

Speakers:

  • Katherine R. Burrows, PhD, Director of the Attention Problems and Related Concerns Clinic, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
  • Sarah E. Rysdyk, PsyD, Clinical Psychologist, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics-Child Development Center, Medical College of Wisconsin/Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
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