Our Collaborator:  South Central Area AHEC

Grand Rounds is a weekly CME program that is directed by the Department of Family & Community Medicine in collaboration with the South Central Area Health Education Center (AHEC). Our Grand Rounds is presented live every Wednesday at the Robert B. Green Campus, UHS-Downtown (Brady Green), 5th floor Foundation Conference Room (C5-003) from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Most presentations are available for CME credit.  Asynchronous Access/CME Credit.

Mission: To provide Family Physicians and other primary care providers in South Texas and beyond with up-to date information about evidence-based and patient-centered care they can use to prevent disease and improve the care they deliver to their individual patients, families and communities.

Target Audience: We welcome faculty, residents, other health care providers and staff 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 participants 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 presenting a Grand Rounds session?

For additional information, please contact:

James Tysinger, PhD

Vice Chair for Professional Development

Phone: 210-567-3043

Email: tysinger@uthscsa.edu

Bridget M. Hendrix

Academic Programs Coordinator

Phone: 210-567-4556

Email: hendrixb@uthscsa.edu

Our Grand Rounds Objectives

  • Present 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 treatment/management strategies in Family Medicine ambulatory and hospital settings.
  • Improve the overall care of children across the life span with special needs and those who suffer from pain or chronic or terminal conditions.

Video Archive

To view past FCM Grand Rounds, please visit this link.

CME Credit

If you need CME credit for viewing the presentation, please visit the CME portal to complete the CME questions at the end of the presentation.

Robert B. Green Campus, UHS-Downtown (Brady Green) Presentation Site
903 W. Martin
San Antonio, Texas 78207
Location: Foundation Room, 5th Floor


December 19, 2018    Drs. Wiemers and Scalabrin      “POEMs 2017 – Intensive BP Control in Older Patients can Decrease Renal Function”

December 26, 2018    Holiday  –  No Grand Rounds