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Video Grand Rounds

Video Grand RoundsThrough Video Grand Rounds, Cook Children's University provides busy physicians an opportunity to receive continuing medical education on a variety of healthcare topics when and where it is convenient.

These educational offerings provide an opportunity to learn from experts in pediatric health care and receive CME credit at the same time.

If you are not an employee of Cook Children's, click one of the video titles listed below. Employees should go to Cook Children's University / CHEX to access Cook Children's Video Grand Rounds.

Disclaimer

This is an educational program designed to present scientific information and opinion to health professionals, to stimulate thought, and further investigation. It does not provide advice regarding medical diagnosis or treatment for any individual case. It is not intended for use by the layman. Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of Cook Children's Health Care System. Mention of products or services does not constitute endorsement.

CourseDescription
ALLERGY: Food AllergyDr. Rogers from Fort Worth Allergy & Asthma Associates will provide guidelines for the care of patients with food allergies.
CARDIOLOGY: A Comprehensive Look at Pediatric Sudden Cardiac DeathDr. Stuart Berger, professor of pediatrics, cardiology, The Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI discusses Pediatric Sudden Cardiac Death.
CARDIOLOGY: Congenital Heart Disease for Primary CareMahesh Sharma, MD will address the recognition of congenital heart disease, the collaboration of the primary care physician with other specialists, and the long term health maintenance for these complex patients.
DERMATOLOGY: Atopic Dermatitis and Its ComplicationsDr. Volkman will discuss the role of atopic dermatitis in asthma, allergic rhinitis, and food allergies along with potential complications. 
DERMATOLOGY: Atopic and Contact DermatitisDr. Fred Ghali addresses the diagnosis and treatment of atopic and contact dermatitis in children.
ENDOCRINOLOGY: Differentiated Thyroid Cancer in Adolescents and Young AdultsJohn Dallas, MD discusses the clinical presence, medical management, and follow-up treatment of differentiated thyroid cancer in adolescents and young adults.
ENDOCRINOLOGY: Dyslipidemia and Cardiovascular Risk in YouthDr. Don Wilson, a pediatric endocrinologist from Cook Children’s, discusses common risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD) in youth and the role of the primary care doctor in screening and treatment.
ETHICS: Human Trafficking - Identifying Victims of Domestic Minor Sex TraffickingDr. Sophia Grant addresses the problem of domestic minor sex trafficking in the United States, Texas and the DFW area. 
ETHICS: A Parents TEARS: Preliminary outcomes from the Traumatic Experiences and Resiliency StudyJoanne Cacciatore, PhD, FT, Assistant Professor and Director, Graduate Certificate in Trauma and Bereavement at Arizona State University discusses preliminary outcomes from the Traumatic Experiences and Resiliency Study.
ETHICS: Abusive Head Trauma Recognition and Prevention in the Clinical SettingJamye Coffman, MD, Donna Wright, RN, MSN,CPNP-PC, and Lorie Palacios, LBSW address Shaken Baby Syndrome and the Period of Purple Crying.
ETHICS: Creating Ultra-Safe Patient Care: Moving from Excellence to Eminence with lessons learned from the Miracle on the HudsonStephen W. Harden, Chairman and CEO, LifeWings Partners LLC discusses the components of an ultra-safe system of care and a primary method to hardwire effective teamwork and communications behavior into daily care.
ETHICS: Patient Safety - Primum Non NocereThis program will help healthcare professionals recognize areas of improvement in patient safety and explain harm reduction strategies.
ETHICS: Recognition, Reporting, and Response to Child AbuseSophia Grant, MD, addresses the importance of early recognition and reporting of suspected child abuse and the goal of CPS to keep families intact.
GENERAL: Burn ManagementDr. Herndon addresses the management of pediatric burn patients and the major areas of improvement in pediatric burn care that have improved mortality and morbidity.
GENETICS: Mitochondrial MyopathyMary Koenig, MD identifies the mechanisms of mitochondrial disease and summarizes management for this complicated group of disorders.
HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY: Care of the AYA Oncology Patient in the PICUDr. Jay Duncan, intensivist at Cook Children's, discusses how the care of adolescent and young adult oncology patients admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit differs from that of the pediatric patient.
HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY: MIBG Therapy for NeuroblastomaDr. Meaghan Granger, Cook Children's Hematology/Oncology, discusses the use of MIBG therapy for treatment of Neuroblastoma.
INFECTIOUS DISEASE: Antimicrobial Stewardship - Sharing SmartlyDr. Marc Mazade will discuss the rise in antimicrobial resistance along with interventions to limit its expansion. 
INFECTIOUS DISEASES: Mycoplasma pneumoniaeDr. Hardy addresses the epidemiology of mycoplasma pneumonia, it's clinical manifestations, and its management guidelines.
INFECTIOUS DISEASES: Viral Central Nervous System InfectionsDr. Romero from Arkansas Children's Hospital will discuss viral central nervous system infections. 
INFECTIOUS DISEASES: Epidemic HPV & HPV-Mediated CancersDr. Jerry Barker addresses key clinical characteristics of HPV, the unfolding epidemic, and strategies to combat it.
Information Only: Childhood Brain TumorsDr. Jeff Murray addresses the current era of diagnostics, molecular profiling and therapeutics for childhood brain tumors.
Information Only: Preserving Skin Integrity – Preventing Pressure Ulcers and Skin IssuesH. Alan Arbuckle, MD, Pediatric Dermatology and Medical Director, Wound Care Program at Kaiser Permanente discusses prevention of pressure ulcers and other skin issues.
Information Only: Protons vs Cancer in the Modern EraDrs. Lee, Mahajan, and Grosshans from MD Anderson Cancer Center address the risks and benefits of proton therapy for pediatric cancer patients.
Information Only: What is Magnetoencephalography?Dr. Mark McManis addresses the new MEG technology and its application in pediatrics.
NEONATOLOGY: Breastfeeding, Milk Banking and Milk Sharing in Tarrant CountyDr. Erin Hamilton Spence, neonatologist at Pediatrix, discusses the state of the art of breastfeeding, milk banking and milk sharing in Tarrant County.
NEONATOLOGY: Keeping Baby Safe - Breastfeeding and Drug ExposureDr. Hamilton-Spence will lead a panel discussion on drug use in breastfeeding mothers. 
ONCOLOGY: Retinoblastoma 2012: Clinical Challenges and Future DirectionDr. Dan S. Gombos, section chief and associate professor, Section of Ophthalmology, Department of Head and Neck Surgery, Division of Surgery at the The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, discusses the challenges and complications of retinoblastoma as well as managment options.


PSYCHIATRY: Behavioral Interventions for Problem Behavior in Hospital Settings: Challenges and RecommendationsDuy Le from the Child Study Center will offer strategies for reducing workplace violence when working with autistic patients. 
RADIOLOGY: Image Gently (and Choose Wisely) - Recommendations for Specific IndicationsDr. Putegnat and Dr. Head will discuss when imaging is appropriate and tactics for reducing radiation exposure. 
RHEUMATOLOGY: Pediatric Rheumatology in the TrenchesDr. Maria Perez addresses clinical signs, nomenclature, and confirmation through lab studies in diagnosing pediatric rheumatology.
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