March 2017 Events

Cardiology - Pathology

Phil Ursell, MD: Pathology: Adult Hearts Congenital Defects Part 1 M-55 + Add to calendar

ID Core Curriculum Conference

Peter Chin-Hong: Advanced cases in fungal infections
Chip Chambers: Bone and Joint Infections
CL-221 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Grand Rounds: ACC Presentations Practice Sessions

N729 + Add to calendar

HIV Grand Rounds - Elise Riley, PhD, Associate Professor, Division of HIV, ID and Global Medicine, UCSF/ZSFG

Clinical Case Conference CARR Auditorium + Add to calendar

EP Research Conference

PVC Ablation Protocol Speaker(s): Edward Gerstenfeld, MD MUE 420 + Add to calendar

Geriatrics Works in Progress

Dr. Eleni Linos VA Medical Center, Building 1, 3rd Floor Conference Room (309B) + Add to calendar

GI Grand Rounds

“Eating for metabolic and liver health-what’s the right formula?”

Jackie Maher

GI Division, SFGH

S214 + Add to calendar

Medicine Grand Rounds

Bridging the Bench and the Bedside: How one bone disease inspired stem cell research to clinical trials Edward Hsiao, MD, PhD

Associate Professor, in Residence, UCSF

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/MGR2017

(This presentation will be live-streamed but not recorded to view at a later date.)

* Be able to recognize fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, or other unusual disease presentations, that warrant referral to the metabolic bone clinic.

*Recognize how the side effects of some medications could be used as potential therapies (ie, the use of retinoids to block ossification).

Dr. Hsiao received his MD/PhD from Johns Hopkins, did his internal medicine residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and came to UCSF in 2004 for his endocrine fellowship. Dr. Hsiao's research is driven by a bedside-to-bench-to-bedside approach, using clinical observations and patient samples to inspire the research with the long term goal of improving the care of patients with all types of skeletal disorders. His laboratory uses a combination of human stem cell and mouse models to study how genetics and hormone signaling contributes to the normal formation of key skeletal tissues such as bone, cartilage, muscle, and fat. The lab also uses human induced pluripotent stem cells and genomics to understand what happens to the genetic and hormone signals that results in diseases affecting the musculoskeletal system. He also sees patients with metabolic and rare bone diseases in the UCSF Metabolic Bone Clinic.
HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Cath Lab/Valve Conference

Interesting Cases/Valve Conference (in lieu of Cath Lab Conference) M-1179 + Add to calendar

Communicators Social Parnassus

Come meet your Communicator colleagues! S-118, 513 Parnassus + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Report: Punag Divanji, MD

M1179 + Add to calendar

Cardiology ACHD Conference

Presentation by Ian Harris, MD M-1179 + Add to calendar

MCRC Rheumatology clinical research seminar

S-869 + Add to calendar

Canceled: Cardiology Multi Modality

Presentation: TBD M-1179 + Add to calendar

Communicators Brown Bag - Creating a Communications Plan for a Technical Project

Parnassus Library, CL-221 + Add to calendar

ID Grand Rounds

Stump the Chumps - Cristina Brickman N-729 + Add to calendar

ZSFG Medicine Grand Rounds

The Rise of the SuperbugL The ID Fellows' Perspective on Combating Antimicrobial Resistance Lillian Brown/Rachel Rutishauser/Chas Langelier/Michael Reid/LukeStrnad Carr Auditorium + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Core Curriculum

M1179 + Add to calendar

Toxic Substances in the Workplace and the Environment

Poster abstract session Poster abstract session

Cardiology Echo Didactics (tentative)

Presentation TBD M-1179 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Grand Rounds: Inflammation and Atherothrombosis: A Clinical Investigator’s Perspective by Paul Ridker, MD, MPH

Professional title: Professor of Medicine, Director for the Center for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

Institution: Brigham and Women’s Hospital HSW302 + Add to calendar

HIV Grand Rounds - Roland C. Merchant, MD, MPH, ScD, Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine and Epidemiology, Brown University

Emergency Department HIV Testing: Lessons Learned and Questions Remaining CARR Auditorium + Add to calendar

EP Research Conference

Update on "One-Freeze Protocol" Speaker(s): Byron Lee, MD MUE 420 + Add to calendar

Geriatrics Works in Progress

Dr. Alison Huang VA Medical Center, Building 1, 3rd Floor Conference Room (309B) + Add to calendar

GI Grand Rounds

NO GI GRAND ROUNDS:

“FELLOWS IN-SERVICE EXAM”

S214 + Add to calendar

Toxic Substances in the Workplace and the Environment

Toxic Substances in the Workplace and the Environment and Updates in Occupational Health and Environmental Medicine

Medicine Grand Rounds

The Future of Healthcare Reform: A View from One UCSF Physician’s Perch in Organized Medicine Jack Resneck, Jr., MD

Professor and Vice-Chair of Dermatology

UCSF Core Faculty

Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies, UCSF

(This presentation will not be live-streamed and not recorded to view at a later date.)

*Understand the forces at play in healthcare reform post-election, and comprehend changes that physicians will need to undergo to adapt (regardless of the ACA’s future)

*Recognize potential opportunities and threats for care delivery and patients in an era of change

Dr. Resneck is Professor and Vice-Chair of the UCSF Department of Dermatology, and holds a joint appointment at the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies. He chaired the committee that oversees UCSF’s innovative med school curriculum, oversees federal quality reporting for the UCSF Medical Center, and served as UCSF’s dermatology residency director for 8 years.

Passionate about advocacy for physicians and patients, Dr. Resneck has held several leadership positions in organized medicine. He was elected in 2014 to the Board of Trustees of the American Medical Association, and is currently Board Secretary and Chair of Finance. Dr. Resneck also served on the American Academy of Dermatology’s Board, and as president of the California Society for Dermatology.

Active in health services research, Dr. Resneck has published on health system reform, access to care, public health issues, insurance networks, use of emerging technologies, and other topics. His publications have been featured in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Dr. Resneck is also a member of the editorial board of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.

Dr. Resneck received his B.A. in public policy from Brown and his M.D. from UCSF. His internship in internal medicine, residency in dermatology, and health policy fellowship were also at UCSF.
HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Mt. Zion Grand Rounds

Cancer Disparities: Updates and Innovative Approaches
Tung Nguyen, MD
Professor of Medicine
Division of General Internal Medicine
University of California, San Franciscorn
1545 Divisadero Street, Suite 103 + Add to calendar

Cath Lab Conference

Presentation will be given by: Dr. Martin Dominguez M-1179 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Report : Alex Papolos

M1179 + Add to calendar

Toxic Substances in the Workplace and the Environment

Toxic Substances in the Workplace and the Environment and Updates in Occupational Health and Environmental Medicine

Toxic Substances in the Workplace and the Environment

Toxic Substances in the Workplace and the Environment and Updates in Occupational Health and Environmental Medicine

ID Grand Rounds

Case Conference – Bystritsky
Reviewers: Melcher
N-729 + Add to calendar

ZSFG Medicine Grand Rounds

"Qualitative Features of an Effective Immune Response to HIV" Mark Connors, MD Carr Auditorium + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Core Curriculum

M1179 + Add to calendar

Clinical Case Conference

John Imboden + Add to calendar

Fellow Didactic Conference

Maria Dall'era Lupus Nephritis S869 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Echo Didactics

Presentation: Ian Harris, MD

Cardiology Grand Rounds: Cancelled for ACC

ID Core Curriculum Conference

Pennan Barry: Advanced TB cases
Bennett Penn: Pharyngitis and Head and Neck Infections
CL-221 + Add to calendar

HIV Grand Rounds - Susa Coffey, MD & Hyman Scott, MD, MPH

CROI Report Back CARR Auditorium + Add to calendar

EP Research Conference

Nodoventricular tachycardias Speaker(s): Eric Riles, MD and Melvin Scheinman, MD MUE 420 + Add to calendar

Geriatrics Works in Progress

Dr. Robin Whitney VA Medical Center, Building 1, 3rd Floor Conference Room (309B) + Add to calendar

GI Grand Rounds

“Liver Program”

Marion Peters, GI Division, Parnassus

& Norah Terrault, GI Division, Parnassus

HSW 301 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Report: Cancelled For ACC

Medicine Grand Rounds

Impact of Harm: The Second Victim Phenomenon Susan Scott, PhD, RN, CPPS, FAAN

Manager, Patient Safety and Risk Management, University of Missouri Health Care

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/MGR2017

*Describe the second victim phenomenon

*Discuss high risk events which could evoke a second victim response

*Describe how you personally can assist a colleague or peer suffering as a second victim

Sue Scott is manager of Patient Safety & Risk Management at University of Missouri Health System. She has nursing experience in Neonatal Intensive Care, Neonatal-Pediatric Transport Services, Pediatric Nursing, Legal Nurse Consulting, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety. Sue is a passionate advocate for the promotion of psychological safety for all members of the health care team. Her research interests include understanding the second victim phenomenon in an attempt to develop effective institutional support networks to meet interdisciplinary professionals support needs in the aftermath of unanticipated clinical outcomes and events.

Dr. Scott is the founder of MU Health Care’s ‘first of its kind’ peer support network, the forYOU Team. The forYOU Team has become an international model for healthcare organizations seeking to develop peer support structures. She has presented research findings locally, nationally and internationally on the topic of second victim support. She has partnered with agencies such as the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, American Hospital Association, The Joint Commission, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and Medically Induced Trauma Support Services to ensure that comprehensive second victim support interventions are accessible to healthcare institutions around the globe.
HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Cath Lab Conference

Presentation will be given by: Dr. Martin Dominguez M-1179 + Add to calendar

15th Annual UCSF-UCB Biology of Infectious Diseases Retreat

For additional details or to be added to the distribution list, contactNatalie Williams-Munger at natalie.williams-munger@ucsf.edu. Mission Bay Campus, Mission Hall, Room 1400 + Add to calendar

DHM Grand Rounds

Updates in Hepatology for the Hospitalized Patient M1296 + Add to calendar

DHM Faculty Development

Evaluating Health Quality Improvement (QI) interventions: Strengthening Causal Inference with Observational Data U107 + Add to calendar

ID Grand Rounds

Trihospital Conference - Spinelli N-729 + Add to calendar

ZSFG Medicine Grand Rounds

The impact of financial insecurity on safety net populations Andrea Levere Carr Auditorium + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Core Curriculum

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UCSFMC Clinical Faculty Meeting

S869 + Add to calendar

Fellow Didactic Conference

VAMC 540 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Echo Didactics

Presentation: TBD M-1179 + Add to calendar

Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine Grand Rounds

Laura Hanson, MD MPH (Professor and Director, UNC Palliative Care Program) - "Quality Care for Advanced Dementia" Quality Care for Advanced Dementia



Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to:

1. To describe the public health impact of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias

2. To discuss health outcomes and quality care standards for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias

3. To summarize recent research on innovations in dementia care

HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Grand Rounds: ACC in Review

HSW302 + Add to calendar

HIV Grand Rounds - Leigh Kimberg, MD, Professor of Medicine, UCSF; PRIME-US, Program in Medical Education for the Urban Underserved; Intimate Partner and Family Violence Prevention, SF DPH

Trauma-Informed Care CARR Auditorium + Add to calendar

EP Research Conference

His Bundle Pacing Speaker(s): Liz Flynn from Medtronic MUE 420 + Add to calendar

GI Grand Rounds

NO GI GRAND ROUNDS:

“GI FACULTY MEETING”

S214 + Add to calendar

Medicine Grand Rounds

Frontiers of Professionalism: The Physician's Role in Challenging Times Christine Cassel, MD

Planning Dean, Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/MGR2017

*Understand the origins of professionalism and its application to medicine in the 21st century

*Use the principles of the successful Choosing Wisely Campaign to identify ways to lead change for patients and communities in the current health policy environment

Christine K. Cassel, MD is the Planning Dean of the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine. Previously, she was the President and CEO of the National Quality Forum. She is a leading national expert in geriatric medicine, medical ethics, health policy and quality of care.

Dr. Cassel was one of 20 scientists chosen by President Obama to serve on the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST), which advises the President on science, technology, and innovation relevant to responsible and effective policy.

Among her many professional achievements and honors, Dr. Cassel is a member of the National Academy of Medicine, was President of the American College of Physicians, Chair of the American Board of Internal Medicine; President of the American Federation for Aging Research; and was a member of the Advisory Committee to the Director at the National Institutes of Health. She is Chair of the Board of the Greenwall Foundation.
HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Incubator

Strategic Planning for SHM18 Workshop Submissions + Add to calendar

Cath Lab Conference

Presentation will be given by: Dr. Martin Dominguez M-1179 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Report : Eugene Fan, MD

M1179 + Add to calendar

Grand Rounds

Tyrone Hayes Amphibian reproduction and agricultural chemicals: Should clinicians pay attention to 'indicator species'? + Add to calendar

Journal Club

Zachary Landman + Add to calendar

Quality Improvement

Patient Experience Update | 5 Day Readmissions Project U107 + Add to calendar

ID Grand Rounds

Quality Conference – Wallender
Reviewers: Chin-Hong, Doernberg
N-729 + Add to calendar

ZSFG Medicine Grand Rounds

Cancer Survivorship Niharika Dixit Carr Auditorium + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Core Curriculum

M1179 + Add to calendar

Journal Club

Sarah Patterson N721 + Add to calendar

Fellow Didactic Conference

John Imboden Pathogenesis of Rheumatoid Arthritis S869 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Echo Didactics

Presentation: Ahmed Kheiwa, MD M-1179 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Grand Rounds: Time to Reboot: Clinical Trials 2.0 by Kenneth Mahaffey, MD

Professional title: Professor of Medicine, Vice Chair of Clinical Research

Institution: Stanford University HSW302 + Add to calendar

HIV Grand Rounds - Elizabeth Murphy, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine, Chief, Division of Endocrinology, UCSF/ZSFG

Endocrine Update CARR Auditorium + Add to calendar

EP Research Conference

Update on AF Alcohol studies Speaker(s): Greg Marcus, MD MUE 420 + Add to calendar

Geriatrics Works in Progress

Dr. Meredith Greene VA Medical Center, Building 1, 3rd Floor Conference Room (309B) + Add to calendar

GI Grand Rounds

Liver Center Seminar

“Progression and Regression of Cirrhosis”

Guadalupe Garcia-Tsao, MD

Professor of Medicine

Chief, Digestive Diseases, VA-CT Healthcare System

S214 + Add to calendar

Medicine Grand Rounds

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force: Updates and Controversies Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD, MAS

Lee Goldman, MD Endowed Chair in Medicine

Professor of Medicine and of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of California, San Francisco

*Understand the role of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force in making evidence-based recommendations for use for preventive services.

*Explore recent recommendations and areas of controversy

Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD, MAS, is the Lee Goldman, MD Endowed Chair in Medicine and Professor of Medicine and of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). She is the Director of the UCSF Center for Vulnerable Populations at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, a research center focused on discovery, innovation, policy and advocacy, and community engagement for populations at risk for poor health and inadequate healthcare.

Dr. Bibbins-Domingo received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University. She received her medical degree, PhD in biochemistry, and masters in epidemiology and biostatistics from UCSF, where she also completed an internship, residency, and fellowship in internal medicine. She is a practicing general internist at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital.

Dr. Bibbins-Domingo is a recognized expert in evidence-based prevention in both clinical and public health settings. She is the Chair of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and has been a member for over 5 years. She also is an inducted member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation and the National Academy of Medicine.
HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Cath Lab Conference

Presentation will be given by: Dr. Martin Dominguez M-1179 + Add to calendar

Cardiology ACHD Conference

Presentation TBD M-1179 + Add to calendar