GME Grand Rounds
GME Grand Rounds is a quarterly gathering of the Twin Cities Graduate Medical Education community. Sessions are held from 4:00-6:30 PM on the University of Minnesota campus (Map) and consist of a GME Forum, a Keynote Address, and a Reception. All members of the GME community across Twin Cities teaching hospitals and clinics are welcome. This page will be updated as future Grand Rounds are announced.
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Upcoming Grand Rounds
|Date ||Keynote Address Speaker ||Topic (click link to see flyer)|
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
2-650 MOOS TOWER
David C. Goodman, M.D., M.S.
Click here for video of the keynote address.
Improving the Physician Workforce through Graduate Medical Education Reform
Please join us for this quarterly gathering of the GME community. We’re pleased to welcome Dr. David Goodman of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College. Dr. Goodman's primary research interest is the relationship of outcomes to health workforce supply and its implications for health workforce policy. In his role as Co-PI of the Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care, he also leads and mentors a wider range of projects investigating the causes and consequences of variation in health care capacity and utilization. Dr. Goodman is the founder, with Professor Gwyn Bevan (London School of Economics), of the Wennberg International Collaborative, a research network that advances the study of unwarranted medical practice variation.
Previous Grand Rounds
|Date||Speaker||Topic (click link to see flyer)|
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
|Muriel J. Bebeau, Ph.D.|
A Theory-driven, Evidence-based Approach to Integrating Professional Identity Formation into Graduate Medical Education.
Please join us for this quarterly gathering of the GME community. We’re pleased to welcome Dr. Muriel (“Mickey”) Bebeau. Dr. Bebeau pioneered an interdisciplinary evidence-based approach to teaching ethics. Building on the work of seminal thinkers in the field of morality and identity, she extended the theory of moral sensitivity, judgment, identity, and action, advancing these fields in ways that make theory continuously relevant and expansive in professions education. Her recent publications address professional identity formation and transformation across the life-span.
Friday, September 6, 5:00-7:30 PM
|T. R. Reid|
Joint Medical Student-GME Grand Rounds and Deans’ Health Care Quality Forum
The Medical School and Graduate Medical Education Administration will host a health care quality forum on Friday, September 6, 2013 from 5:00-7:30 PM in Mayo Memorial Auditorium. T.R. Reid, who has become one of the nation’s best-known reporters through his coverage of global affairs for The Washington Post, his books and documentary films, and his light-hearted commentaries on National Public Radio, will present “Is Health Care a Human Right? The Lesson From Other Rich Democracies.” He is author of The New York Times bestseller The Healing of America and host of the PBS program Sick Around the World.
|Tuesday, June 4, 2013||Olle ten Cate, PhD|
Working with EPAs in Competency-based Medical Training
Please join us for this quarterly gathering of the GME community. We’re pleased to welcome Dr. Olle ten Cate, Professor of Medical Education and Director of the Center for Research and Development of Education at the University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands. Dr. ten Cate is the originator of the concept of Entrustable Professional Activities (EPA) in medical education.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
|David A. Asch, MD, MBA|
What Business Are We In?
Please join us for this quarterly gathering of the GME community. We’re pleased to welcome Dr. David Asch, Professor of Medicine, Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Health Care Management, and Operations and Information Management at The Perelman School of Medicine and The Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Veterans Affairs. A reception will be held in the lobby from 5:30-6:30 PM following his talk.
Thu., December 13, 2012
|Louis Ling, MD |
The Next Accreditation System: What Does It Mean For My Program?
Please mark your calendars and plan to join us as we welcome Dr. Louis Ling back to the University of Minnesota to give us an update about his work on the Next Accreditation System at ACGME. A reception will be held in the lobby following his talk.