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Through our Grand Rounds video library, Cook Children's provides busy health care professionals an opportunity to receive current information on a variety of health care topics when and where it is convenient.

These informational offerings provide an opportunity to learn from experts in pediatric health care.

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.
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Information Only - Adverse Childhood Experiences in Early Childhood: Moving Upstream in Tarrant CountyLearners will increase knowledge of how early life adversity affects child and adult health and life potential, opportunities and challenges of addressing family adversity during pediatric clinical encounters, and a community collaborativ
Information Only - Autism Spectrum DisordersLearners will increase knowledge of the conditions that commonly co-occur with autism along with their impact on functional outcomes, follow-up assessments for non-core symptoms of autism, the roles/responsibilities of different disciplines whi
Information Only - Balancing Act: Breastfeeding Risks and RewardsLearner will increase knowledge of a compare of public health objectives for breastfeeding with current practice, the risk of poor outcomes in breastfed vs.
Information Only - Benign Biliary Disease: Can we do better?Learning Objectives: Discuss common indications for laparoscopic cholecystectomy in children Review literature regarding timely management of gallstone pancreatitis Discuss surgical management of biliary dyskinesia Discuss laparoscopic rese
Information Only - Child Abuse Awareness Month: Drug Endangered ChildrenAttendees will increase knowledge of abuse and neglect and the rate of positive drug tests in drug exposed children, and ethical considerations of drug exposure as a form of child abuse.
Information Only - Complex Esophageal ReconstructionAfter attending/viewing this activity, RNs, physicians, and other healthcare providers will increase knowledge of characteristics and benefits of a multidisciplinary approach to complex esophageal disorders, options for esophageal reconstruction in c
Information Only - Cystic FibrosisLearners will increase knowledge of the diagnosis of Cystic Fibrosis, the pathophysiology of Cystic Fibrosis, conventional therapies in Cystic Fibrosis care, and new therapies in Cystic Fibrosis.
Information Only - Empowering the NINJAs Among Us to Reduce Nephrotoxic Medication Associated AKIAttendees will increase knowledge of acute kidney injury (AKI) including the rates of AKI in children receiving nephrotoxic medications, the NINJA program, and improvements in AKI outcomes.
Information Only - Epilepsy Awareness: My Family’s JourneyLearner will increase knowledge of the impact a collaborative relationship between physicians, advocates, and patient/families can have on the treatment of patients with epilepsy, the value media (i.e.
Information Only - Genetic Predisposition of Childhood CancerLearning Objectives: Review the role of genetic susceptibility in various childhood cancers Identify benefits and limitations of genetic testing for children and adolescents with cancer Explore ethical issues of testing minors for cancer pred
Information Only - Identification and Care of Eating DisordersLearning Objectives: Discuss key features of typical clinical presentation of eating disorders and disordered eating Utilize appropriate screening tools to help identify Eating disorders Diagnose common Eating Disorders using DSM 5 Criteria.
Information Only - Introduction to Robotic Surgery in Pediatric Patients and Pediatric UrologyLearning Objectives: Identify differences in surgical techniques. Define the role of robotics for pediatric patients for surgeons and non-surgeons. Describe potential benefits of robotics surgery for pediatric urology patients.
Information Only - Management of Intestine Failure, Including TransplantationAttendees will increase knowledge of therapies for hemophilia including new extended half-life factor preparations, alternative hemostatic agents, and progress in gene therapy in order to improve patient outcomes.
Information Only - Managing the Demands of Professional LifeLearning Objectives: Discuss the dynamic balance between self and others Recognize the context and how overvaluing any self or others on a consistent basis can lead to problems with intra and interpersonal relationships Identify techniques ai
Information Only - Medical Complications in Eating DisordersLearners will increase knowledge of Anorexia Nervosa (AN), Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID), and Bulimia Nervosa (BN) including medical and psychiatric issues, common presentations, medical complications and treatment, and recognitio
Information Only - Medical Errors: The Third Leading Cause of Death in the USLearners will increase knowledge of the conclusions from the 2015 National Academy of Medicine Report on Diagnostic Error, the activities of the Diagnostic Management Team (DMT) and its impact on reduction of diagnostic error, and the diagnosti
Information Only - Meeting the oncofertility needs of children and adolescents with cancerLearners will increase knowledge of infertility risks with children and adolescents with cancer, recognition that infertility risks differ among cancer treatments, and examples of fertility preservation methods.
Information Only - Overview of Pediatric Pulmonary HypertensionLearners will increase knowledge of pulmonary hypertension including definiiton, symptoms, work up of the patient,current treatment, a multi-disciplinary approach to management, and indications for referral to centers that provide comprehensive care.
Information Only - Pediatric Acute Kidney Injury (AKI): What do we know? What can we do?Learners will increase knowledge of incidence, causes, and types of pediatric acute kidney injury and methods to address and prevent pediatric acute kidney injury.
Information Only - Pediatric Oral Health and Dental Disease for Physicians and StaffLearners will increase knowledge of causes, risk factors, and types of common pediatric dental disease, the impact of dental disease on overall child well-being, pediatric office-based oral health prevention strategies for primary care an
Information Only - Portraiture as a Method for Exploring the Lived Experience of Children with Epilepsy and their CaregiversLearners will increase knowledge of how portraiture can be used to humanize individuals and communities, increase understanding of the lived experience of children with epilepsy and their families, and how visual art could be used to educate learners
Information Only - Pressure InjuriesLearners will increase knowledge of presuure injury wounds in the pediatric patient including common risk factors, historical data, quality improvements, and process implementation to achieve zero harm.
Information Only - Primary Nocturnal Enuresis: Non-medical Solutions to a Non-medical problemLearners will increase knowledge of nocturnal enuresis including who is at risk, which patients should be referred to a specialist and which specialty, and the interventions that medical professionals can offer to address the problem.
Information Only - Sepsis: Getting It Right the First TimeLearners will increase knowledge of factors affecting the choice of empiric antimicrobial therapy in sepsis, sepsis resources in Epic, and the history of human sepsis as a clinical entity.
Information Only - The Development of a Gun Safety Program to Reduce Firearm Injuries in ChildrenLearners will increase knowledge of the the most common causes of firearm fatalities in children under the age of 17 years old, barriers to accurate reporting of firearm arm related injuries in children, what children are at risk for fire
Information Only - The Ophthalmic Evaluation of the Autistic PatientLearners will increase knowledge of the common behaviors of autistic patients that make assessing vision difficult, how to overcome these in basic vision screening, when to refer autistic patients for evaluation by a pediatric ophthalmologist,
Information Only - Walking Through the Wilderness of the Soul: Companioning the BereavedLearners will increase knowledge of the difference between grief and mourning, six central needs of mourning, ten common misconceptions about grief, the dimensions of response to grief, a parental perspective of grief and bereavement, and
Information Only -Diagnosis and Management of AnaphylaxisLearners will increase knowledge of the epidemiology of anaphylaxis in pediatric patients, the symptomatology of anaphylaxis as well as challenges of recognizing anaphylaxis among infants, toddlers and children, classification and mechani
Information Only- E-cigarette and Vaping Associated Lung Injury: To vape or not to vape? There really is no questionLearners will increase knowledge of Vaping including what e-cigarettes are and associated health risks, signs and symptoms of lung associated injury (EVALI), treatment of EVALI and limitations of the current knowledge.
Information Only- My patient has single ventricle congenital heart disease: What to expect in the first 6 monthsLearners will increase knowledge of the initial medical and surgical management of an infant with ductal dependent, single ventricle congenital heart disease, challenges and risks to infants with shunt palliated single ventricle physiolog
Information Only- Neurological Perspective of Yoga Therapy for Pain ReductionLearners will increase knowledge of how yoga therapy is a drug free pain modality that assists physicians in their ethical responsibility to provide optimal pain management for patients, the interprofessional collaborative practice between yoga thera
Information Only- Pediatric Abusive Injury Analysis: Bruises and Broken BonesLearners will increase knowledge of pediatric abusive injury including sentinel injuries, key elements obtained in the patient history, accidental injury patterns, and ethical considerations in child abuse reporting.
Information Only- The Impact of Project ADAM in Texas and on a national levelAttendees will increase knowledge of the impact of project ADAM, national prevention efforts and statistics of sudden cardiac death, and advances and opportunities in sudden cardias arrest education.
Information Only- When is Psych Taking my Patient? Challenges Delivering Care in a Fragmented Mental Health Care SystemLearner will increase knowledge of signs and symptoms of adolescent depression, appropriate treatment options for adolescent depression, and the levels of psychiatric care and requirements for admission to those levels of care.
Information Only-Research Grand RoundsTopics and Speakers: Bleeding diathesis in a patient with a novel mutation in SERPINF2: A case study of alpha-2 antiplasmin deficiency by Marcela Torres, MD & Elissa Dunlap, Medical Student Pediatric Midstream Urine Collection Methods in t
Information Only-The Opioid Epidemic: Impact on Pediatric PatientsAttendees will increase knowledge of the impact of the opioid epidemic nationally and locally, recent changes for prescribing opioids within the state of Texas, and examples of the effort to curb opioid use within a health care system.