Surgery Grand Rounds
Surgery Grand Rounds resumes on September 15, 2021
and will move to our new time from 8:00 - 9:00am!
Surgery Grand Rounds will be virtual only until further notice.
In Response to COVID-19
In support of this effort to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus and in consideration for the well-being of our external faculty Duke is postponing, canceling or virtualizing any Duke-sponsored in-person event taking place on-campus or off-campus until further notice. This includes recruitment events, tours, student programs, reunions, performances, conferences and social events. For more information on Duke's response, please see coronavirus.duke.edu/events.
The mission for Surgery Grand Rounds is to provide an educational format that has a broad appeal to Duke faculty, residents, staff, and students. Grand Rounds consists of a broad range of topics that are presented by local, regional, and international speakers on clinical education, research science, developments in technology, and also addresses other related issues that may affect our current and future surgeons. Physicians who attend Surgery Grand Rounds are eligible to receive CME credit.
How to Attend
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, Surgery Grand Rounds are held remotely via Zoom until further notice. Weekly email announcements are typically sent on Mondays at 9:30am with Zoom link information, calendar invitation, and speaker details. To receive these weekly emails as well as upcoming event announcements, please email email@example.com
|William J. Barwick Lecture||Carter Chinnis Lecture|
|Merel H. Harmel Lecture||Allan H. Friedman Lecture|
|Robert H. Wilkins Lecture||H. Newland Oldham Professor Lecture|
|Frank Hawkins Kenan Lecture|
AWS Grand Rounds serves as an opportunity to bring together medical students, residents, and faculty to catalyze an important shift in the culture of medicine and address implicit bias and microaggressions. The keynote speech and workshops aim to help attendees gain a common understanding of the challenges posed to women surgeons and of avenues to propose, implement, and revise strategies to address these challenges together as a Duke community.
Chief Talks consists of exit presentations given by Chief Residents from the General Surgery and Cardiothoracic residency programs. Each Resident will give a 15-20 minute presentation followed by a 10 minute Q&A session.
2021-2022 Chief Residents:
|Justin Barr, MD||Zachary Fitch, MD||Brian Gilmore, MD|
|Carrie Moore, MD, PhD||Paul Schroder, MD, PhD||Adam Shoffner, MD|
|Joshua Watson, MD||John Yerxa, MD|
|David Ranney, MD||Douglas Overbey, MD|
|December 15, 2021||
Senior Vice President, Health Care Services
Chief Medical Officer
Cambia Health Solutions
|December 8, 2021||
Mary and Deryl Hart Professor of Surgery
Division of Thoracic Surgery
|December 1, 2021||
Professor in Clinical Neurophysiology,
|November 17-18, 2021||
Association of Women Surgeons
|November 10, 2021||
Assistant Program Director, Complex General Surgical Oncology Fellowship
Associate Professor of Surgery
|November 3, 2021||
Chief, Division of Cardiovascular Surgery
|October 6, 2021||
Deputy Vice Chancellor of Academic and Research Affairs
|September 29, 2021||
Medical Director of Diversity and Inclusion, Henry Ford Medical Group
|September 15, 2021||
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Access previously recorded Surgery Grand Rounds and virtual Chief Talks by logging in to our media library linked below. These recordings are only available to current Duke faculty, staff, and trainees with a valid Duke NetID. No credit will be offered for on-demand viewing past 3:00pm ET on the day of recording.
RSS Global Learning Objectives
- Review and discuss new advances in general surgery
- Present and discuss case studies, protocols, treatment guidelines and surgical/pathology reports appropriate to General Surgery practice
- Review and discuss clinical findings and other evidence from pertinent literature
In support of improving patient care, the Duke University Health System Department of Clinical Education and Professional Development is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the health care team.