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Pediatric Grand Rounds

Exploring Intestinal Rehab… The Long and the Short   Objectives: 1) Define short bowel syndrome and intestinal failure 2) Review management of acute issues and complications 3) Explore social impact on patients and families with SBS 4) Discuss how we can support patients and families best Speaker: Jennifer Griffin, MD Section Head, Pediatric Gastroenterology Assistant…

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Pediatric Grand Rounds

“Updates in the Canadian Tuberculosis Standards: Pediatric Tuberculosis Infection” Objectives: 1) Describe the concept of tuberculosis infection 2) Review the testing used to diagnose tuberculosis infection 3) Review the newest treatment recommendations for tuberculosis infection Rachel Dwilow, MD, FRCPC Section of Pediatric Infectious Disease, Department of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Assistant Professor, Department of…

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Pediatric Grand Rounds

Politics and Paediatric Drugs: Where we are, and where we are going   Objectives: 1) To understand the specific challenges Canada faces regarding paediatric drug approvals and paediatric drug access 2) To review current and future challenges to child health and health care specifically related to high cost drugs 3) To appreciate the important role…

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Pediatric Grand Rounds

Who knows how to fly this plane? Patient co-researchers and clinical trials for adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes   Jon McGavock, PhD Professor, Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, University of Manitoba  Marley Greenberg, University of Toronto, Diabetes Action Canada  Dana Greenberg, Chair, Diabetes Action Canada Patient Engagement Committee Objectives: Review scientific evidence for the…

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Pediatric Grand Rounds

Patients first, but what’s next? Working towards a more relational culture, even during a pandemic Speaker: Jillian Horton, MD Associate Professor Department of Internal Medicine Max Rady College of Medicine University of Manitoba Objectives: 1) Explain how incivility in the workplace affects clinical outcomes 2) Describe some cognitive traps that lead to incivility in the…

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Pediatric Grand Rounds

Biliary Atresia: Best Strategies to “De LIVER” care in newborns   Speaker: Rick Schreiber, MDCM, FRCP(C), FAASLD Professor of Pediatrics University of British Columbia Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition BC Children’s Hospital Objectives: 1) Understand Biliary atresia as a rare orphan newborn liver disease 2) Appreciate early outcome determinants on long term survival with…

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Pediatric Grand Rounds

How ready are Manitoba Emergency Departments to care for children?   Dr. Terry Klassen CEO and Scientific Director, CHRIM CRC Tier 1 in Clinical Trials, Professor, Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, University of Manitoba Dr. Alex Aregbesola MD/PhD Scientist, CHRIM Dr. Jessica Harper Pediatric Subspecialty Resident, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Dr. Kaitlin Hogue, Pediatric Subspecialty Objectives:…

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Pediatric Grand Rounds

“Pediatric Demyelinating Syndromes” Speaker: Samantha Marin, MD Pediatric Neurologist Department of Pediatrics and Child Health University of Manitoba Objectives: 1) To review common pediatric demyelinating syndromes, including acute disseminated encephalomyelitis(ADEM) and pediatric onset multiple sclerosis (POMS) 2) To discuss a new entity in pediatric demyelination: Myelin Oligodendrocyte Glycoprotein (MOG) Associated Disorder (MOGAD) 3) To review…

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Dept. of Pediatrics & Child Health Grand Rounds

Lauren E. Kelly, PhD., M.Sc., C.C.R.P Clinical Trialist, George & Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation Scientist, Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics and Child Health   “Innovative Approaches to Multi-Centre Investigator-Initiated Pediatric Clinical Trials”   Objectives: 1) Cover the logistics, barriers and facilitators to the conduct of multicenter clinical…

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Dept. of Pediatrics & Child Health Grand Rounds

Sara Israels, MD, FRCPC Professor, Section of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, Department of Pediatrics and Child Health Vice Dean, Academic Affairs Rady Faculty of Health Sciences   “It’s Not Over When it’s Over: Care for Survivors of Childhood Cancer”   Objectives: 1) To appreciate the burden of long-term adverse effects of treatment on the health of survivors.…

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