Grand Rounds Schedule:
Wednesdays, 8:00 - 9:00 a.m.
St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center, Anderson Center
WebEx Meeting #: 627 635 685
Thursdays, 8:00 - 9:00 a.m.
Boise VA Medical Center,
AW Horsley Learning Center
Save the date for these upcoming Grand Rounds:
Reconsidering Two Concepts in Bioethics That We Practice Every Day: The Rule of Double Effect & The Ulysses Contract
Rev. Alex Chamberlain
FMRI Resident Talk: Approach to Diagnostic Uncertainty
Josef Bartles, MD, MPH
ST. LUKE'S CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL GRAND ROUNDS
The Reclassification of Hydrocephalus and CSF Shunting Procedures
Alexander Zouros, MD
Update on Newborn Screening and Novel Treatments
Cary Harding, MD
FMRI Resident Talk: Point of Care Ultrasound
Louis Bartoletti, MD
The following activities have been certified by ACMEC for CME credit:
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Local area partners have asked us to share the following events with our members:
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National Dairy Council Webinar
May 14, 2019 11-12pm MST
Fat or Fiction: The Science of Whole Milk Dairy Foods within Healthy Eating Patterns: Join National Dairy Council on May 14 to explore emerging research on whole milk and whole milk dairy foods, indicating that there may be room for them to fit within healthy eating patterns that meet the overall calorie and fat recommendations of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans in a FREE CEU/CEC webinar. Expert speakers include Katie Brown, EdD, RDN, Matt Pikosky, PhD, RD and Leslie Bonci, MPH, RD, CSSD, LDN.
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Idaho Lunch & Learn
May 16, 2019 12-1pm MST
Dairy West Meridian Office
Added Sugar: Friend or Foe? With the FDA’s new labeling law for added sugar, dietitians are uniquely positioned to help consumers and companies understand the implications of this new addition to the food label. Unlike the low-fat fad, the sugar issue is going to impact the food industry because the trifecta of modern science, consumer perception, and government guidelines all agree that added sugar is a major contributor to chronic diseases. Dr. Jim Painter RD will address how dietitians can be instrumental for consumers and product manufacturers on this issue of added sugar.
Click HERE to RSVP by May 13th