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Grand Rounds: November 2020

Provider Grand Rounds

View full schedule and Webex/dial-in information. Topics and speakers may change. Call 206-987-5379 for updates or check our calendar online.

Nov. 5: One Million Square Miles: The Past, Present, and Future of Providing Cardiac Care to the Children of the WWAMI Region. Josh Weldin, MD, assistant professor, Pediatrics, UW; director, Cardiology Regional Consultation Program, Seattle Children’s.

Nov. 12: Addressing Racial Inequities in Our Own Community. Shaquita Bell, MD,
clinical associate professor, Pediatrics, UW; medical director, The Center for Diversity and Health Equity, Seattle Children’s; Anisa Ibrahim, MD, assistant professor of Pediatrics, UW; pediatric physician, Harborview Medical Center; Fabiola Movius, MD, MPH, pediatric physician, Sea Mar Community Health Centers; Christina Pease, MD, pediatric physician, Sea Mar Community Health Centers. Read full post »

Oct. 29 CME on Hematology and Cancer

Approaches to Anemia for PCPs Plus Updates on Bone Tumor and Osteosarcoma

Join Seattle Children’s Drs. Katie Carlberg, Sarah Leary and Katie Albert to hear about the latest updates in pediatric hematology and cancer during this evening program. Participants will earn Category II CME credit. View the flyer to learn more.

When: Thursday, October 29 from 6 to 7 p.m.

Where: Via Webex (dial-in provided when you RSVP)

Please RSVP by October 28 to

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CME Events: October 2020 – Hematology and Cancer Updates; Workup and Management of Pediatric Urologic Conditions

Work-Up and Management of Pediatric Urologic Conditions

Wednesday, Oct. 28, 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. MDT (Webex)

New Thoughts and Algorithms for Workup and Management of Pediatric Urologic Conditions

Category II CME credit

Speakers: Drs. Paul Merguerian, MD, MS, and Mark Cain, and Carlyn Doyle, NP

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Grand Rounds: October 2020

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Oct. 8: Mapping Child Health. Simon Hay, adjunct professor, global health professor, Health Metrics Sciences, UW.

Oct. 15: Advocacy for All Children: The Role of Pediatrics in 2020. Mark Del Monte, JD,
CEO/executive vice president of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Oct. 22: Pandemics, Policing, and Protest: On Racism and Adolescent Health. Robert Deisher, Adolescent Medicine; Rhea Boyd, MD, MPH; American Academy of Pediatrics Executive Council on Communications and Media. Read full post »

CME Events: Anxiety, Pregestational Diabetes

Anxiety and Related Disorders: Diagnosis, Evidence-Based Treatment, COVID-19 and Seattle Children’s Resources (Category II CME)

Tuesday, Sept. 29, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Presented by Andrea Hartman, PsyD, supervising clinical psychologist, Outpatient Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine. The CME will be followed by a Q&A 6:30 to 7 p.m. on Seattle Children’s upcoming transition to Epic. See the event flyer..

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Grand Rounds: September 2020

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Sept. 3: Right Care, Right Place, Every Time: Improving Pediatric Acute Care Outcomes Through Collaboration and Innovation. Marc Auerbach, MD, FAAP, MSc; associate professor of Pediatrics (Emergency Medicine) and of Emergency Medicine; co-chair INSPIRE (International Network for Simulation Based Pediatric Innovation Research and Education); director, Pediatric Simulation, Ya le Center for Medical Simulation; medical director, CT Emergency Medical Services for Children, State Partnership Grant; associate director of Pediatric Simulation, Department of Pediatrics; associate pediatric trauma medical director; Faculty Advisor/Moderator/Blogger; co-chair International Pediatric Simulation Society, Webinar series. Read full post »

CME: Evaluation and Management of Functional Constipation

Seattle Children’s concludes its summer series of Category 2 CME events on August 11 via Webex:

Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. – Evaluation and Management of Functional Constipation with Dr. Lusine Ambartsumyan.

Discussion and Q&A from 6:30 to 7 p.m. with Dr. Ambartsumyan and Dr. Ruth McDonald, Seattle Children’s vice president and interim chief medical officer.


    • Describe the evaluation of childhood constipation
    • Differentiate between organic and functional constipation
    • Review the treatment of functional constipation
    • Become familiar with the national guidelines and the partnered care model for management of functional defecation disorders in children

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Grand Rounds: August 2020

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Aug. 6: Virtually There: Telehealth at Seattle Children’s. Mark Lo, MD, clinical assistant professor of pediatrics, UW Emergency Medicine, Seattle Children’s.

Aug. 13: The Hematologist’s Perspective on Adolescent Heavy Menstrual Bleeding. Amanda Blair, MD, Hematology-Oncology, Seattle Children’s.

Aug. 20: Top Ten Herbs and Supplements: Safety and Efficacy in the Pediatric and Adolescent Population. Cora Breuner, MD, MPH, professor of pediatrics; adjunct professor, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, UW; attending physician, Adolescent Medicine, Seattle Children’s.

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CME Summer Series

Seattle Children’s is offering a summer series of Category 2 CME events via Webex. The next event is:

  • Tuesday, July 21, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.: “Top 5 Pediatric Urological Questions from PCPs.” Dr. Kathleen Kieran will discuss the top 5 pediatric urological questions received from PCPs and review the new referral guidelines for Urology including new algorithms to assist PCPs.

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Grand Rounds: July 2020

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July 9, 2020: Because All We Have Is Each Other: Why Kids Need Effective Advocates. Ben Hoffman, MD, CPST-1, FAAP, professor of Pediatrics, Division of General Pediatrics School of Medicine, OHSU; medical Director, Tom Sargent Safety Center; director, Oregon Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Needs.

July 16, 2020: Two-Eyed Seeing: Recognizing and Responding to the Cultural Needs of Indigenous Children During Rehabilitation. Molly Fuentes, MD, MS; assistant professor, Rehabilitation Medicine Seattle Children’s and University of Washington. Read full post »