Grand Rounds Recap 2.21.18

Grand Rounds Recap 2.21.18

This weeks grand rounds started off with our monthly Morbidity and Mortality with Dr. Lagasse.  We then discuss in Aircare grand rounds led by Drs. Dang and Renne the always harrowing complex patient transfers including LVAD, EKOS and more.

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Grand Rounds 10.25.17

Grand Rounds 10.25.17

Dr. Ludmer kicked things off with this month's Morbidity & Mortality conference where we discussed C. Diff, spinal cord compression, LP in the setting of anticoagulation and cardiac arrest with an LVAD. Dr. Stettler led the next segment of our longitudinal leadership curriculum with a look at the mentor/mentee relationship. We finished up with a soapbox lecture by Dr. Titone on conflict resolution and an R3 follow up by Dr. Bernardoni who discussed the crashing patient with right ventricular failure and pulmonary arterial hypertension. 

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Grand Rounds Recap - 7/20/2016

Grand Rounds Recap - 7/20/2016

This week Dr. Knight taught us about the management of seizures and about how to manage our own fear. We were schooled on the hypotensive LVAD patient by Drs. Boyer, DeVries and Winders. We learned about oncologic emergencies from Dr. Continenza. Dr. Gorder tamed the SRU and taught us about chemical asphyxiation and burn injuries in the process.

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Grand Rounds Recap - 6/15/16

Grand Rounds Recap - 6/15/16

This week the airway guru Dr. Steve Carleton outlines trends in airway management and makes a compelling case for keeping blind nasotracheal intubation in the toolkit of your aircraft. Dr. Plash gives us a difficult case of LVAD complications. Dr. Lagasse discusses acute aortic complications and Drs. Thompson and Gorder discuss their protocol for post-ROSC care.

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Grand Rounds Summary - July 22

Grand Rounds Summary - July 22

Dr. Miller - Leadership Curriculum

"Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe" - Abraham Lincoln

In order to lead the team, you need a reflection of what you need to improve as a leader:

  • In a survey of academic chairs, communication, decision making, collaboration and trustworthiness were the top rated characteristics
  • In a survey of UC EM residents and faculty confirmed that these apply to every level of training
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