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grand rounds

Academics The formal presentation of a specific aspect of clinical medicine, with discussion of pathogenesis, symptomatology, therapy, usually of a specific disease. See Rounds. Cf Clinicopathologic conference.

grand rounds

(grand rowndz)
A regularly scheduled didactic presentation at a teaching hospital in which one or more actual cases are used to illustrate a selected medical topic to health care professionals, particularly those in training.

grand rounds

Rounds conducted as part of medical education, used esp. in teaching hospitals, in which all aspects of a patient's condition, management, and problems encountered are presented to faculty members, medical students, and health care workers. This provides an opportunity for all concerned to ask questions and provide comments on the patient's diagnosis, care, and clinical program. The patient is usually, but not always, present during the conference. Synonym: medical grand rounds
See also: rounds
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Speaking at Grand Rounds to an audience of students and fellow health professionals, he said, "We are in a region where we have some of the highest levels of overweight and obesity in the world - 76.6% of people are overweight or obese and 42% are obese.
You can join the local dermatologic society and bring cases to grand rounds. You can offer to teach the residents in their clinic, or in your office, and expose them to real-life practice.
Each of these articles was delivered to our department in the form of a Grand Rounds presentation and reflects the close mentoring between the residents and attending physicians.
The Grand Rounds series is accredited locally by the Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners-Accreditation Department (QCHP-AD) and internationally by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).
Table-III: Satisfaction level of post graduate trainees regarding grand round.
Health care provider feedback on the Grand Rounds was high, 85% agreed that the intervention increased their knowledge and that the intervention could improve practices, including better preparation, as well as increased skills to provide family support and knowledge of additional resources.
This is another in a series of occasional MMWR reports titled CDC Grand Rounds. These reports are based on grand rounds presentations at CDC on high-profile issues in public health science, practice, and policy.
Funds raised by the walk will benefit the NJCTS Education Outreach Program which includes trainings for teachers and nurses at schools in every corner of the state, grand rounds to doctors at hospitals across the state, as well as peer trainings and anti-bullying sessions on behalf of New Jersey kids with TS.
I became frantic--not because of the pain I was experiencing but because I would miss an important Grand Rounds that all of the fellows were expected to attend.
The CDC's "Public Health Grand Rounds" webcast, entitled "How pharmacists can improve our nation's health," highlighted the role of the pharmacist in the delivery of health care today and featured pharmacists from both pharmacy organizations and academia.
Likewise, attendance at Grand Rounds has been drastically cut.