Goal of Psychiatry Grand Rounds: To provide the highest-quality continuing education for clinical staff, house officers, and medical students within the department and other interested persons in the medical community.
Mission Statement: To present unbiased, scientifically-based information relevant to the practice of Psychiatry.
The UNMC Psychiatry Department in conjunction with the Creighton University Psychiatry Department presents grand rounds on alternating weeks (UNMC on the 2 nd and 4 th weeks of the month, CU on the 1 st and 3 rd weeks of the month) at 12:00 PM. Presenters are selected from our faculty and residents, and from around the country, with topics selected based on audience interest. Deliberate effort is made to avoid commercial bias in all grand rounds presentations.
Locations for Grand Rounds viewing:
Michael Sorrell Center
|VA Western Iowa/Nebraska Health Care Sys
3 rd Floor, Room 3583
4101 Woolworth Avenue
Omaha, NE 68105
CUMC/Bergan, CUMC Education Building, Conference Room 21215
The University of Nebraska Medical Center, Center for Continuing Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The University of Nebraska Medical Center, Center for Continuing Education designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM . Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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Psychiatry Grand Rounds can be viewed live, starting 10 minutes before the scheduled start: https://www.unmc.edu/livevideo/psychlive.html
|Dr. Falk Mancke
Department of Psychiatry,University Hospital Heidelberg, Germany
|Reactive aggression in borderline personality disorder and introduction to inpatient treatment of personality disorder in Germany
This time only in Poynter Hall 4002
Laura Flores, BA
|The Color of Medicine|
Joseph H. Evans, Ph.D.
|Integrating Behavioral Health Into Primary Care: Models|
|11-14-18||Soonjo Hwang, MD
Assistant Professor, UNMC Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Research Director Psychiatry, UNMC & NMC
|Research in Psychiatry: Challenges, Changes, and Future Direction|
|12-12-18||Daniel Gih, MD, Associate Professor
Marley Doyle, MD, Assistant Professor
Department of Psychiatry, UNMC & NMC
|A New Psychiatry Residency Program for Nebraska: a Vision for 2020 and Beyond!|
|1-9-19||Ken Zoucha, MD, Assist Professor of Psychiatry, Addiction Division-Director, Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program Director, UNMC & NMC||Addiction Medicine Fellowship: A Multi-specialty Sub-specialty|
|1-23-19||Danish Bhatti, MD
Asst. Professor - Dept of Neurological Sciences, Director - Neurological Sciences Observership Program, UNMC & NMC
|Online and Blended Education for Residents: Experience from Movement Disorders|
|2-13-19||Mark Niciu, MD, PhD
Asst. Professor of Psychiatry, Iowa Neuroscience Institute, University of Iowa
|2-27-19||Scott Winder, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept of Psychiatry, University of Michigan
|Transplant & Psychiatry|
|3-13-19||Alison Netski, MD, Chair, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, Associate Professor, Univ of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine||
Lessons Learned from the Las Vegas Shooting: Can We Prepare for What's Next?
|3-27-19||Carl Greiner, MD, Emeritus Professor, Psychiatry, Univ of Nebraska Medical Center||History of Psychiatry: Freud and his Times|
|4-10-19||Ahmad Hameed, MD
Assoc Professor, Penn State Hershey Medical Group, Psychiatry
|4-24-19||Joel Stoddard, MD
Assistant Professor, Psychiatry, Univ. of Colorado School of Medicine, Anschutz Medical Campus
|Interpretation Bias Training|
|5-8-19||Martin M. Klapheke, MD
Psychiatry Residency Program Director, Assist Dean, Medical Education and Prof of Psychiatry, University of Central Florida
|Medical Education and the Opioid Public Health Crisis|
Matt Rizzo, MD