McMaster University

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Round Schedule

  • 2017
  • Events Tracking Assistant (ETA)

2017

Pediatric Grand Rounds

Successful Transition: moving ahead through interdisciplinary research and integrated knowledge translation!

Date: Thursday November 23, 2017
Time: 0800-0900am
Location: MDCL 3020
Department: Department of Pediatrics

Description:

Youth with chronic health conditions, including disabilities require a smooth transition to adulthood, including a seamless transfer from the pediatric to adult health care systems. This transition can be disruptive for youth and their families and have a negative impact on a patient's health and healthcare experience. In this presentation a program of research at CanChild/McMaster University and at McMaster Children's Hospital will be presented with the goal to help patients and families take charge of this transition.


Speaker:

Dr. Jan Willem Gorter


Who Should Attend:

All Faculty/Staff & Learners.


Contact Info:

URL: https://fhs.mcmaster.ca/pediatrics/grand_rounds.html
Contact Name: G. Spadafora
Phone: 905-521-2100 Ext.73862
Email: gspadaf@mcmaster.ca

Department of Medicine —
Events Tracking Assistant (ETA)

Department of Medicine
Location: MUMC, HGH, HDGH, SJH, etc.

Description: Please visit the Events Tracking Assistant (ETA) to view any of the Rounds occurring across the City in the academic Department of Medicine.

Who Can Participate: Faculty, Residents, Staff

Contact Name: Sara Sellers
Phone: 905-521-2100 Ext. 76706
E-Mail: sellers@mcmaster.ca

The Lure of Technology - Considerations of Neonates with Technology Dependence

Date: Thursday July 21, 2016
Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Location: MDCL 3020
Department: Department of Pediatrics

Speaker:

Dr. Mary Woodward

Who Should Attend: All Faculty, Staff and Learners

Link: Pediatrics Grand Rounds

Contact Name: G. Spadafora
Phone: 905-521-2100 Ext. 73862
Email: gspadaf@mcmaster.ca

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