Medical Education Grand Rounds

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Medical Education Grand Rounds

Medical Education Grand Rounds are a series of one-hour monthly sessions, open to all HMS faculty, are held throughout the year. Sessions alternate between HMS and hospital-based medical education grand rounds programs.

 

The Harvard Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

 

The Harvard Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity

Medical Education Grand Rounds: Young Adult Learners: Helping Students Care for Themselves Sooner Rather Than Later - RSVP 
Friday, January 22, 2016 7:30-9:00AM 
TMEC RM 227  

Regina Mitchell, MD
Director of the Office of Advising Resources, PME-Student Affairs 
Harvard Medical School 

Medical students, like all adult learners, may face learning challenges that arise from many sources--from learning disabilities, to mental health, to family health or other stressors, to substance abuse, and beyond. This session is designed as a case analysis and conversation with Dr. Regina Mitchell, the HMS Director of Advising Resources. In this session participants will discuss and learn about students' real struggles and the relevant resources, remediation, repercussions, records, residency issues, and recourse...Robustly.
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Medical Education Grand Rounds: Culture, Climate, and Our community: The intersection of the generations RSVP
Friday, February 05, 2016 7:30-9:00AM
​TMEC RM 250 

Nancy Oriol, MD,
Dean for Students 
Harvard Medical School
   

There are 4 generations practicing medicine today. Who are they, who defines them, and why does it matter? Everyone says that generations differ; is this true, and what would make generations differ? While it may be hard to disentangle all the reasons that generations appear to differ, there are 3 processes that seem to be important: 1. Lifecycle effects ( in age); 2. Period effects (seminal events); and 3. Cohort effects (major events that happen as the cohort comes of age).

Each generation has its own cultural norms that vary within and across generations. Individuals may experience the culture of another generation as more or less congenial. As we each consider our own culture as "normal," we may cause others to experience us as biased and judgmental. Such experiences and perceptions affect education in medicine. In this session, we will consider education and professional development through multiple lenses: culture, the way of life of a group of people determined by their common values; climate, what people feel within a prevailing culture; and the community of physicians in the workforce today arising from 4 different generationally-determined cultures. How shall we all get along? How can we learn to harness these forces to propel progress in medical education and practice?


Medical Education Grand Rounds: Title to be determined - RSVP
Friday, March 18, 2016 7:30-9:00AM
TMEC 250

Jordan Douglas Anderson, BS 
Christopher Fox Calahan, BS
Both Candidates for the MD from Harvard Medical School  


Medical Education Grand Rounds: Title to be determined - RSVP
Wednesday, April 06, 2016 4:00-5:30PM
TMEC 250

Edward Hundert, MD, Dean for Medical Education, Harvard Medical School   


Medical Education Grand Rounds: Title to be determined -  RSVP
Friday, May 06, 2016 7:30-9:00AM
​TMEC RM 250
 
Barbara Cockrill, MD, Harold Amos Academy Associate Professor
Director of Faculty Development, The Academy at Harvard Medical School  


Medical Education Grand Rounds: Title to be determined - RSVP
Friday, June 10, 2016 7:30-9:00AM
​TMEC RM 250 

Carol K. Bates, MD, Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs, Harvard Medical School   

 

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