Grand Rounds 2020-2021

2020-2021

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 Department of Psychiatry hosts grand rounds twice a month (typically the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays) at 12:00 PM. Presenters are selected from our faculty and trainees, and experts around the country on topical subjects. Deliberate effort is made to avoid commercial bias in all grand rounds presentations.

Locations for Grand Rounds viewing:

UNMC
Michael Sorrell Center
Room 2018
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
Located on 78 th and Mercy

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 with Zoom, starting 10 minutes before the scheduled start.

Date

Speaker

Title

7-8-20

Layla Soliman, MD, Atrium Health

Beyond "Denies SI, HI:" Conducting and Utilizing Risk Assessments to Improve Patient Care (presented via ZOOM)
7-22-20 Kati Cordts, PhD and Steve Wengel, MD, University of Nebraska Medical Center

Finding the Balance: Why Wellness is Critical for Professional Fulfillment (presented via ZOOM)

8-12-20 Yogangi Malhotra, MD, NYC Health + Hospitals, Jacobi Medical Center

Building Agency: An Innovative Approach to Building Improvement Capacity by Fostering Power and Courage in Others (presented via ZOOM)

8-19-20 Howard Liu, MD, Chair - Department of Psychiatry, University of Nebraska Medical Center

State of the Department (presented via ZOOM)

8-26-20 Gaurava Agarwal, MD, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine Organizational Frameworks to Advance Well-Being During and After a Pandemic (presented via ZOOM)
9-9-20 Nasuh Malas, MD, MPH, University of Michigan Keep Calm and Carry On: Standardizing Care Approaches for Youth At-Risk for Agitation or Aggressive Behaviors (presented via ZOOM)
9-16-20 Linda Nguyen, MD, Stanford University Brain Gut Connection: Why We Need Psychogastroenterology (presented via ZOOM)
9-23-20 Nicholas Breitborde, PhD, Ohio State University

Coordinated Specialty Care and Beyond for Individuals with First-Episode Psychosis (presented via ZOOM)

10-7-20 Lauren Edwards, MD, University of Nebraska Medical Center Morbidity and Mortality Conference (UNMC only, no CME, No video feed) (presented via ZOOM)
10-14-20 Carlyle Chan, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin Avoiding Death by PowerPoint: Strategies to Improve Presentation Skills (presented via ZOOM)

10-30-20

*Friday*

Samantha Meltzer-Brody, MD, MPH, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Reproductive Psychiatry (presented via ZOOM)
11-4-20 Sarah Yip, PhD, Yale University Connectome based prediction across drugs and brain  (presented via ZOOM)
11-11-20 Alison DeLizza, PhD, Department of Psychiatry, University of Nebraska Medical Center Focusing on Function and Flexibility: Why (and How) Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Works (presented via ZOOM)
12-9-20 Jonathan Poquiz, PhD, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

Adapting Evidence-based Psychological Practice with Transgender and Non-binary Youth (presented via ZOOM)

12-16-20 Mark Gilbert, PhD, University of Nebraska - Omaha

Seeing the Patient: Portraiture and Medicine (presented via ZOOM)

1-13-21 Lipi Roy, MD, Housing Works Overdose and Outbreaks: Leveraging Medicine and Media to Treat Addiction During a Pandemic (presented via ZOOM)
1-20-21 Sheritta Strong, MD, UNMC Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity at UNMC: Reflections on the Breakthrough Thinking Conference and Beyond (presented via ZOOM)
1-27-21 Ellen Braaten, PhD, Harvard Medical School Characteristics of children with slow processing speed: psychiatric and educational outcomes (presented via ZOOM)
2-10-21 John Torous, MD, MBI, Harvard Medical School Beyond Telehealth: Advances in Digital Mental Health Research and Practical Clinical Considerations for Smartphone Apps in Care (presented via ZOOM)
2-24-21 Renee Rienecke, PhD, Eating Recovery Center - Northwestern University Updates in the Use of Family-Based Treatment for Eating Disorders (presented via ZOOM)
3-10-21 Arash Javanbakht, MD, Wayne State University School of Medicine Augmented Reality and Telepsychiatry: Bringing Exposure Therapy to Real Life Context (presented via ZOOM)
3-24-21 Joanna Quigley, MD, University of Michigan Adolescent Substance Use: Current Trends and an Approach to Clinical Care (presented via ZOOM)
4-14-21 Cynthia Hernandez, MD, and Kate Buehler RN, BSN, CEN, SANE,University of Nebraska Medical Center Violence Against Humans: A Closer Look at Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault (presented via ZOOM)
4-21-21 Kim Templeton, MD, University of Kansas Medical Center Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (presented via ZOOM)
4-28-21 Art Walaszek, MD, University of Wisconsin Assessing and Managing Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dimentia (presented via ZOOM)
5-12-21 Lauren Edwards, MD, University of Nebraska Medical Center Morbidity and Mortality Conference (UNMC only, no CME) (presented via ZOOM)
5-26-21 Jessi Gold, MD, Washington University - St. Louis Writing for the Popular Press
6-9-21 Joseph McCaffrey, PhD, University of Nebraska - Omaha Philosophy of Neuroscience and Psychology
6-23-21 James Rachal, MD, Atrium Health PTSD