Grand rounds are organized by Dr. James K. Gude, Medical Director of Global OffSite Care and are provided gratis. Dr. Gude is a graduate of Yale Medical School, He did an internship and a fellowship at Stanford University and is now a Clinical Professor of Medicine at UC San Francisco. He has over 25 years experience teaching doctors in Sonoma County California as leader of the residency program here and now teaches doctors through distance learning in over ten countries worldwide. Here are some of the Grand Rounds Topics.
Accredited Continuing Medical Education (CME) units are offered for Grand Rounds sessions on the first Wednesday of the month. However, to continue this service, we are requesting donations in order to provide accredited CME units for every weekly session. It costs $150 per session. Grand Rounds are not only beneficial for doctors to learn and develop from, but they also give the opportunity for other health care professionals to expand their knowledge in telemedicine.
Our grand rounds are unique in having international participation as well as providing updates on best practice for a variety of conditions. This picture shows how doctors from different parts of the world provide the opportunity for others to participate and learn how to better treat patients. The Global Telemedicine CME program is scalable because the fees are by the session and not by participant.
April 8 – Global Grand Rounds Presentation
COVID-19 Clinical & Ethical Update
“Who Gets the Ventilator?”
Only live presentations are accredited for CME. Learners present during the live stream will receive credit. While credit isn’t available for the posted presentation below, we wanted to make it available to the medical community as a COVID related educational resource.