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Come join us for this month's Schwartz Center Rounds for Compassionate Care, entitled "Leaving AMA: when patients disagree with our plan of care." Panelists will discuss personal experiences, followed by a lively discussion. This session is eligible for CME, Nurse CE, and Social Work CEU. Lunch is available.
Join us for a two-day conference featuring lectures, workshops and breakout sessions with hands-on training in therapeutic management of voice, chronic cough, and upper airway disorders. Participants will have expert Speech-Language Pathologists, Laryngologists and a panel of MD specialists guide them through multidisciplinary considerations for the most comprehensive care of this patient population. Keynote speaker: Julie Barkmeier-Kraemer, PhD, CCC-SLP University of Utah More information>>
Who Should Attend? This course will benefit hospitalists and general internists, family physicians, pulmonologists, intensivists, physicians-in-training, and allied health professionals who care for patients with pulmonary diseases. Health providers who venture into the critical care setting will find this course increases their clinical acumen in these domains. Course Objectives At the conclusion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • understand implications of e-cigarette use. • describe recent advances in the field of sleep medicine. • thoroughly evaluate perioperative risks for patients with underlying pulmonary disease. • identify indications for non-invasive ventilation for chronic respiratory failure. • understand appropriate…
This course will be of interest to primary care physicians, general practitioners, internists, practicing gastroenterologists, and GI fellows and residents. Physician assistants, nurses, and nurse practitioners providing primary care for gastrointestinal disorders are also encouraged to participate. At the conclusion of the conference, participants will be able to understand and/or implement: • the role of diet in IBD maintenance and treatment. • the state of the art of endoscopic evaluation and treatment options for suspected small bowel bleeding and other small bowel pathology. • the latest developments in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic hepatitis B. • therapy of pelvic…
Staff from the 8E Nyman Family Unit for Child & Adolescent Mental Health and Wellness (8CAP) will be hosting an event to help raise awareness for children's mental health. Patients, family and staff are welcome to join us in conversation and learning regarding mental health. We will be teaching participants how to create crisis kits, discussing crisis and safety planning, and will have resources available for those who would like more education, who are struggling with their mental health or who knows of someone who is. All are invited to stop in, even if for just a few minutes to say hello!
DIPG Research Focus Group – Uncovering DNA damage response pathway targets to improve radiation therapy in DIPG
Morgan Lab Presenter: Sarah Zhao
Support of C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital by participating in the Detroit Free Press/TCF Bank Marathon, October 19 – 20. You may register for any distance, 1 mile to 26.2 miles. The registration form will ask if you would like to run for a charity; make sure to choose C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. The dollars you raise will support various programs at Mott including Pediatric Cancer Research, Music Therapy, Therapeutic Gaming and Digital Technology, Pediatric Cardiology, and the Mott Annual Fund. Raise a minimum of $100 to receive a Mott T-shirt. Join the team and Run for the Little Victors!
Join us for the annual ceremony honoring the finalists and winners of the Evan Newport HOPE and JOY Awards, celebrating the ongoing and innovative practices and initiatives that are improving the patient and family experience at Michigan Medicine. The Evan Newport HOPE and JOY Awards were established to formally recognize the ongoing patient and family centered care practices and initiatives that are happening each day within Michigan Medicine. For more information about the Evan Newport HOPE and JOY Awards, visit our website or email email@example.com.