Continuing Medical Education

Archived Pediatric Grand Rounds

Pediatric Grand Rounds are available online. For access to the password, please email or call 1-866-870-5570. 

Upcoming Educational Opportunities

CME is offered for selected sessions.

Wednesday, September 4
8 AM, Le Bonheur Auditorium
Grand Rounds: “Conversion Disorder/Functional Neurologic Disorders – No Reason to be Hysterical!”
Robin Jack, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Pediatrics, Division of Neurology
University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Friday, September 6
9 AM, 830 S Gloster Street, Tupelo, Miss.
NMMC Speakers Bureau
Changing High-Risk Asthma in Memphis
through Partnership (CHAMP)
Karen Nellis, RN

Wednesday, September 11
8 AM, Le Bonheur Auditorium
Grand Rounds: “ACHD: ‘Fantastic Voyage’…or ‘Lost in Space’?”
B. Rush Waller, III, MD
Professor, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Pediatric Cardiology and Adult Congenital Heart Disease
Interventional Congenital Cardiology
Le Bonheur Heart Institute
UT Le Bonheur Pediatric Specialists

2PM, St. Francis Family Residency
1301 Primacy Parkway
“Congenital Hearing Loss”
Joshua Wood, MD
Assistant Professor
University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Wednesday, September 18
7:45 AM, Le Bonheur Auditorium
Pediatric Research Day
Keynote Speaker: “To Think What No One Has Thought Before”
Richard Barry Weinberg, MD
Professor of Internal Medicine
Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology
Professor, Clinical Translational Science Institute
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Winston-Salem, NC

Wednesday, September 25
8 AM, Le Bonheur Auditorium
Grand Rounds: “Single Circulating Trophoblast (SCT) Genetic Testing as a Novel Form of Noninvasive Prenatal Diagnosis”
Guest Speaker: Arthur L. Beaudet, MD
Henry and Emma Meyer Professor
Department of Molecular and Human Genetics
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

Upcoming Conferences

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September 13
8 AM, Holiday Inn, University of Memphis
Trauma Conference
Target audience: all levels of providers including first responders, EMS, emergency room physicians, ICU physicians, nurses and other professionals involved in treating injured children.

September 27-28
Le Bonheur Children's Hospital Research Center, 50 N. Dunlap
This course is a multidisciplinary approach to the comprehensive nutrition assessment of the pediatric patient with a special focus on the nutrition management of various pediatric gastrointestinal illnesses. The purpose is to provide a foundation of knowledge and skill to provide evidence based nutrition care within the scope of each key healthcare discipline. All attendees will learn the nutrition needs of infants, children, and adolescents, how to conduct nutrition focused physical examination as well as the unique nutrition considerations for the critically ill pediatric patient. In addition to these topics, each attendee will have the opportunity to create a customized learning experience, selecting from topics of interested including, but not limited to nutrition support, ketogenic diet, cystic fibrosis, food  allergies, pediatric obesity and bariatric surgery as well as short bowel syndrome and gastrointestinal motility.