Ridge Meadows Hospital

Upcoming Grand Rounds

 

Next Grand Round

Presenter: Dr Milan Khara

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Details

Meeting ID: 826 5070 2862

Passcode: 284415
Link to meeting here

Date: Tuesday, 14th September

Location: ZOOM Meeting

2021 Grand Rounds

Learning Objectives:
• Identifying and diagnosing common anorectal problems.
• Treating common anorectal problems appropriately and confidently.
• Identifying which anorectal problems should be referred on.

Topic: Technology Updates for FH Physicians

Learning objectives:

To provide an overview of IMIT projects affecting physicians, including:

• Front End Speech Recognition (FESR), including product demo
• Unified Clinical Information (UCI), including product demo
• Advance (Meditech Expanse) project implementation update, including product demo

View and download a copy of the presentation here: Technology Updates for FH Physicians

Topic: Buprenorphine/naloxone – Practical Considerations for Hospital-Based Physicians

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Identify and diagnose opioid use disorder.
  2. Effectively and safely conduct a traditional buprenorphine/naloxone induction.
  3. Identify and manage precipitated withdrawalDescribe micro-induction strategies for buprenorphine/naloxone.
  4. Evaluate which patients would be appropriate for a home induction of buprenorphine/naloxone and explain how to do a home induction.
  5. Identify strategies for management of pain in hospitalized patients taking buprenorphine/naloxone.

Speakers: Dr Bill Cavers, PHS VP Physician Health & Felicia Phan, Physician Health & Wellness Liaison

Topic: Physician Burnout, Supports and Resources: An overview of the BC Physician Health Program

Bios:

Dr Bill Cavers is the Acting Vice President of the Physician Health Program.  He served as the Doctors of BC President in 2014-2015 and as a Co-Chair of the General Practice Services Committee for several years. He has also held the roles of President of the Society of General Practitioners, and Member of the Medical Services Commission among many others.

Felicia Phan is the Physician Health and Wellness Liaison for the Physician Health Program. Previously, she worked as an Analyst with the GPSC Practice Support Program and she has a graduate degree in Public Health.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Understand the risk of burnout, SUD and suicide among physicians
  2. Describe health services available to physicians and their families through the BC PHP
  3. Describe the process for supporting a colleague you are concerned about

Topic: Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) Demystified – A practical approach to pulmonary fibrosis for non-ILD physicians in the community

Bio: Dr Tiffany Winstone (MD) is a respirology graduate from the University of British Columbia. She completed additional training at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, where she graduated from the Program in Clinical Effectiveness. In January 2017 she finished her post-doctoral fellowship in the area of interstitial lung disease in Vancouver, BC. Shortly thereafter she started her position as an ILD specialist with Fraser Health. Her practice is based out of Burnaby, and she works full time at Burnaby hospital. She is also a Clinical Assistant Professor in the UBC Department of Medicine, Division of Respiratory Medicine.

Learning objectives:

  1. Review common causes of ILD
  2. Discuss the work up and management of pulmonary fibrosis
  3. What’s new in ILD – a brief update on new pharmacotherapies

Topic: What’s New in Treatment

Bio: Dr. Bohacek graduated from the University of Toronto School of Medicine, and completed her General Surgical Residency and a Master’s of Science degree in Epidemiology at Memorial University in Newfoundland. She then obtained a Fellowship in Endocrine Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic. Linda joined the staff at Ridge Meadows in 2018, where she currently practices general surgery, with a special interest in endocrine (thyroid and parathyroid) surgery. Outside of work Linda enjoys biking, hiking, kayaking, travel, and painting. She is currently a board member of the Physician Engagement Society.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. To understand the pathophysiology of appendicitis
  2. To understand the options in management
  3. To understand the criteria for different management options and how these may apply in local practice

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Topic: Addressing Moral Distress and Supporting Moral Wellness in the Midst of Conflict

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2022 Grand Rounds

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Grand Rounds are accredited group learning activities as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada