Grand Rounds

Renown Health is committed to being a resource for healthcare professionals to increase their knowledge, competence, professional performance and relationships that are used to provide services to patients.

We provide continuing medical education in compliance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Guidelines, partnering with the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine to offer AMA PRA category 1 credits (s)™.

Activities may also qualify for continuing education credit of Nursing and Pharmacy.

 

January 11, 2021 – Bowel & Bladder Incontinence Solved with New Technology (0 CME)

Presented by: Kent Sasse, MD, MPH, FACS, FASCRS, FASMBS

Objective(s):

  • Understand the wide scope of the problem of incontinence and the patient impact
  • Understand the best treatment strategy for urinary and fecal incontinence
  • Understand how outpatient neuromodulation resolves 90% of incontinence

CME INFO: CME/CEU is not yet applicable to this video and regulations don’t allow the use of “Pending CME”. For additional information on CME credits, please contact RenownCME@renown.org.

January 6, 2021 – Pediatric Grand Rounds: Living Ideation Suicide: A New Approach to Suicide Prevention & Intervention (0 CME)

Presented by: Steven W. Nicholas, Ed.D, MFT and Jacquelyn Kleinedler, MA, MFT

Objective(s):
Review the basic principles of Living Ideations

CME INFO: CME/CEU is not yet applicable to this video and regulations don’t allow the use of “Pending CME”. For additional information on CME credits, please contact RenownCME@renown.org.

December 14, 2020 – Renown Grand Rounds: Financial Independence: How to Achieve It (0 CME)

Presented by: John Lim, MD

Objective(s):
In this talk you’ll be given practical tools to map out your course to retirement/financial independence. This includes a “Years to financial independence calculator” which will allow you to estimate how long it will take you to reach financial independence. You’ll also be given a “Savings rate calculator” that will help you determine what savings rate you’ll need to reach financial independence when you want. We’ll also explain the 4% rule (and why it may be outdated) and much, much more…

CME INFO: CME/CEU is not yet applicable to this video and regulations don’t allow the use of “Pending CME”. For additional information on CME credits, please contact RenownCME@renown.org.

 

December 2, 2020 – Pediatric Grand Rounds: Diabetes Management (0 CME)

Presented by: Stephen Compston, RD, LD, CDCES

Objective(s):

  • Understand the American Diabetes Association’s goals for medical nutrition therapy
  • Ideas to put some of the goals into practice with patients with diabetes in limited time frames

CME INFO: CME/CEU is not yet applicable to this video and regulations don’t allow the use of “Pending CME”. For additional information on CME credits, please contact RenownCME@renown.org.

 

July 15, 2020 – Flow Management: Identifying and Treating Menstrual Issues in the Adolescent (0 CME)

Presented by: Caroline J. Barangan, MD

Objective(s):

  • Accurately identify normal and abnormal menstrual patterns in the adolescent based on history and physical exam
  • Determine when an evaluation is needed and complete an evaluation of an adolescent with an abnormal menstrual pattern
  • Make recommendations for and execute management of a menstrual disorder in an adolescent, including hormone-containing medications

CME INFO: CME/CEU is not yet applicable to this video and regulations don’t allow the use of “Pending CME”. For additional information on CME credits, please contact RenownCME@renown.org.

 

July 1, 2020 – Newborn Screening (NBS) Program (0 CME)

Presented by: Ofelia Gentscheff

Objective(s):

  • To recognize the public health significance of newborn blood spot screening in Nevada
  • To gain an understanding of the Nevada newborn screening program and laboratory processes

CME INFO: CME/CEU is not yet applicable to this video and regulations don’t allow the use of “Pending CME”. For additional information on CME credits, please contact RenownCME@renown.org.

 

May 27, 2020 – Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) Associated with COVID-19 (1 CME)

Presented by: Kris Deeter, MD; Shilpi Garg, MD; and Sara Healy, MD

Objective(s):

  • Discuss Kawasaki’s syndrome, echo & coronary finding
  • Discuss differences & similarities between Kawaskai’s syndrome and MIS-C
  • Review diagnostic considerations of COVID & MIS-C
  • Treatment options. PCR and antibody testing, possible vaccines

CME INFO: For additional information on how to receive your credit, please contact RenownCME@renown.org to receive and complete your post test/evaluation.

 

May 11, 2020 – Dimples and Pits: Neurosurgery Perspective (1 CME)

Presented by: Gerald Grant, MD Pediatric Neurosurgeon, Stanford Children’s Health

Objective(s):

  • Triage sacral dimples and coccygeal pits
  • Recognize when to order and MRI vs Ultrasound
  • Understand long term risks of non-intervention for occult tethered cord

CME INFO: For additional information on how to receive your credit, please contact RenownCME@renown.org to receive and complete your post test/evaluation.

 

Jan. 14, 2020 – Ventilator Strategies Using High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation (1 CME)

Objective(s):

  • To become familiar with the use of HFOV as an alternative method of invasive ventilation in infants to prevent ventilator lung injury.

CME INFO: For additional information on how to receive your 1 CME, please contact RenownCME@renown.org to receive and complete your post test/evaluation.

 

Sept. 4, 2019 – PART 1: Reconsidering the Approach to Discussing Firearm Safety (.5 CME, Ethics)

Objective(s):

  • Describe and differentiate common types of firearms kept in American homes
  • Identify measures that can be taken to decrease risk to children of injury or death by firearms kept in the home
  • Develop an approach to discussing firearm safety with families in a non-confrontational, collaborative manner

CME INFO: For additional information on how to receive your .5 CME (Ethics), please contact RenownCME@renown.org to receive and complete your post test/evaluation.

 

Dec.12, 2019 Grand Rounds – Hantavirus: A Tale of Mice and Men (1 CME)

Objective(s):

  • Recognize clinical signs and symptoms of Hantavirus Cardiopulmonary Syndrome.
  • Outline the treatment for mild and severe cases of HCPS: Including Extracorporeal.

CME INFO: For additional information on how to receive your 1 CME, please contact RenownCME@renown.org to receive and complete your post test/evaluation.

 

Sept. 4, 2019 – PART 1: Reconsidering the Approach to Discussing Firearm Safety (.5 CME, Ethics)

Objective(s):

  • Describe and differentiate common types of firearms kept in American homes
  • Identify measures that can be taken to decrease risk to children of injury or death by firearms kept in the home
  • Develop an approach to discussing firearm safety with families in a non-confrontational, collaborative manner

CME INFO: For additional information on how to receive your .5 CME (Ethics), please contact RenownCME@renown.org to receive and complete your post test/evaluation.

 

Sept. 4, 2019 – PART 2: Reconsidering the Approach to Discussing Firearm Safety (.5 CME, Ethics)

Objective(s):

  • Describe and differentiate common types of firearms kept in American homes
  • Identify measures that can be taken to decrease risk to children of injury or death by firearms kept in the home
  • Develop an approach to discussing firearm safety with families in a non-confrontational, collaborative manner

CME INFO: For additional information on how to receive your .5 CME (Ethics), please contact RenownCME@renown.org to receive and complete your post test/evaluation.

 

July 1, 2019 Grand Rounds – Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (.75 CME, Ethics)

Objective(s):

  • Utilize best practices on how and when to have conversations with patients about their sexual orientation and gender identity that maintains the dignity and humanity of the individual.
  • Understand the primary risks, health and care disparities associated with sexual orientation and gender identity and how to incorporate them into the plan of care.

CME INFO: For additional information on how to receive your .75 CME (Ethics), please contact RenownCME@renown.org to receive and complete your post test/evaluation.

 

July 31, 2019 – Sports Pain Management (.75 CME, Opioid Use and Misuse Credit)

Objective(s):

  • Identify alternative treatments for pain to avoid use of narcotic medications and excessive anti-inflammatory use during injury recovery.
  • Accurately identify signs that can help determine appropriate return to play decisions while caring for athletes.
  • Be aware of the medico-legal risks associated with prescription of controlled substances for pain.

CME INFO: For additional information on how to receive your .75 CME (Opioid Use and Misuse Credit), please contact RenownCME@renown.org to receive and complete your post test/evaluation.