Grand Rounds for Medical Staff

  • Grand Rounds talks are held at 12:30-1:30 PM on the third Wednesday each month. 
  • VMC medical staff members are invited to the presentation in the Medical Arts Center (MAC), on the first floor, and lunch is provided.
  • All staff are invited to view the live webinar via Zoom. Here is the link:
  • Video recordings are added here for the prior 12 months.

Upcoming Grand Rounds Presentations

Basics of Wound Care Management | Thia Riewe, ARNP | Wound Care Clinic | POSTPONED to TBD Date

NOTE: No Grand Rounds will be held in December

Videos of Past Grand Rounds and Other Inservice Presentations
(click on a title below to watch the video)

Now What? Roles for the Internist in the Post-Dobbs Era: Medical Abortion & Reproductive Advocacy | Slides | Addie McClintock, MD, UW Medicine; Nina Tan, MD, UW Medicine; Jessica Beaman, MD, UCSF | Oct. 25, 2023

Management of Venous Stasis | Keith Chan, MD, Vantage Radiology & Diagnostic Services | Sep. 20, 2023

SGLT2 Inhibitors | Slides | Nicole Gordon, MD, Valley Family Medicine Faculty; Vivian Cheng, PharmD, Valley Family Medicine Faculty | Aug. 16, 2023

The World of Antibiotics and Their Uses, an Update | Mike Hori, MD, VMC Infectious Disease Clinic; Joanne Huang, PharmD, VMC Antimicrobial Stewardship Coordinator

Advances in Hyperlipidemia Treatment | Amitoj Marwaha, MD, Valley Medical Center, Cardiology Clinic | June 21, 2023

Opioid Use Disorder | Shamim Nejad, MD, VMC Psychiatric Hospitalist | May 17, 2023

Update on Inpatient Medicine | Yilin Zhang, MD, VMC Assistant Program Director, Inpatient Clinical Teaching | April 19, 2023

Dealing with Demands for Medically Inappropriate Interventions | Slides | Mark Tonelli, MD, UW Pulmonary, Critical Care, Sleep Medicine, and Ethics | March 15, 2023

Decision Making Capacity Assessments | Shamim Nejad, MD, Psychiatric Hospitalist | February 15, 2023 

Update on Peripheral Vascular Disease | Slides | Jack McCallum, MD, Vascular Surgery | January 10, 2023

November Grand Rounds: Updates in Pulmonary Medicine | Slides | Richard Kim, MD, Pulmonary and Critical Care | November 16, 2022 

Note: Slides are included above when supplied by the presenter.

Please be advised that these seminars are NOT accredited for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit. You are welcome to self-document your participation as appropriate (e.g. AMA Category 2 or other continuing education credits).