Grand Rounds are held each Friday from 12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m. Grand Rounds are being held via Teams Meetings and can be viewed live by clicking on the link or dialing the numbers below. All Grand Rounds are designated for CME credit. CME Credit cannot be given for viewing recorded programs.
Mindfulness in Medicine: The Interplay of our Ego, Empathy and Burnout
Speaker: Diana Londoño, MD Assistant Clinical Professor, Division of Urology and Urological Oncology City of Hope Medical Group
Dr. Londoño will discuss how your thought create your feelings, your actions, and results, discuss how ego interplays in your daily interactions as person and physician and review the incidence and consequences of burnout and how if we are not conscious of our thoughts it can lead us burnout.
This program is also designated for 1.0 hour of medical ethics and/or professional responsibility credit
The Importance of Workforce Diversity
Speaker: Christi C. Osuagwu, PhD, MPA, MSN, FNP Associate Professor Community Health
Promotion & Education UT Representative On HDEART Consortium UTHSCT
Dr. Osuagwu will review the current data on the US population, review and highlight the many benefits of a diverse workforce for organizational survival and discuss the need and strategies to ensure a cohesive but very diverse workforce, especially in the healthcare environment.
Underdiagnosis and Overdiagnosis in Endocrine Surgical Disorders
Speaker: Feibi Zheng, MD, MBA, FACS Assistant Professor of Surgery, Academic Institute
Assistant Clinical Member, Research Institute Houston Methodist Weill Cornell Medical College
Dr. Zheng will review trends in the diagnosis of thyroid nodules, thyroid cancer, hyperparathyroidism and hyperaldosteronism and discuss the role of bio-informatics in solving issues of over-diagnosis and under-diagnosis.
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