South Texas Regional Family Medicine Grand Rounds
Our Sponsor: South Central Area AHEC
Grand Rounds is a weekly CME program that is directed by the Department of Family & Community Medicine in partnership with the South Central Area Health Education Center (AHEC). Grand Rounds is presented live every Friday at UT Health Science at San Antonio, School of Medicine, Room 309L from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Participants can also watch LIVE ONLINE or from one of our videoconference locations. Most presentations are also available for CME credit. To view an archived presentation online for CME, participants must first log on through the CME portal.
Our Grand Rounds are available via podcast and at our virtual library.
Mission: To provide Family Physicians and other primary care providers in South Texas and beyond with evidence-based and patient-center instruction they can use to prevent disease and improve the care they deliver to their individual patients, families and communities.
Target Audience: We welcome Family physician faculty, Family Medicine residents, other health care providers from our department; physicians and health care providers from San Antonio and South Texas; and medical students in our third year clerkship and fourth year rotations.
Expected Outcomes: We expect that participating in our Grand Rounds will improve the medical care participant provide by integrating evidence-based content and quality improvement strategies. We emphasis the assessment of outcomes such as performance improvement in practice and point of care learning, which incorporates documented application of new knowledge into practice.
INTERESTED IN GIVING A GRAND ROUNDS PRESENTATION?
For additional information, please contact:
|James Tysinger, PhD
Deputy Chair of Faculty Development
Academic Programs Coordinator
- Provide Family Physicians & other primary care providers with evidence based information they can use to provide patient-centered care in Family Medicine ambulatory and hospital settings.
- Provide Family Physicians and other primary care providers with evidence-based guides for diagnosing and managing common diseases in patients from both genders, across the life span.
- Identify, evaluate, and implement evidence-based preventative, diagnostic, and management strategies in Family Medicine ambulatory and hospital settings.
- Improve the overall care of our patients, including children with special needs and those who suffer from pain or chronic or terminal conditions.