GIM Grand Rounds

The faculty of the Division of General Internal Medicine in the Weill Department of Medicine seeks continuous learning of biomedical, clinical, health care delivery, and social and behavioral sciences, and the application of this knowledge as it is applied across the spectrum of patient care. Practice gaps are identified in real time by the Grand Rounds advisory committee, which consists of inpatient, outpatient, and research members, to provide broad representation of the various interests within the Division of General Internal Medicine. As new ideas, drugs, procedures, and policies are identified, DGIM will serve as a resource through this venue to the community at large with high quality speakers and thought-leaders. The ultimate goal is to add to practice-based learning and improvement, including but not limited to investigation and evaluation of patient care practices and appraisal and assimilation of a broad array of scientific and evidence-based practices, all towards improving patient care.

There is a national mandate that academic institutions demonstrate that faculty members are accomplished in the application of principles and practices of patient safety and healthcare delivery, and be able to report that they are proficient in advanced learning in their field. As such, faculty members, students, Ph.D.s, and N.P.s will be involved in interactive learning through this series to gain knowledge on various topics that include but are not limited to the design and delivery of patient safety programs, as well as many other epidemiological, social, behavioral, clinical, and biomedical education topics and their dissemination throughout the organization.

This Grand Rounds program continues to reach out to thought-leaders that are local, regional, and national experts in their fields, to bring their knowledge and expertise to our institution. The aim is to achieve a higher standard of learning within our department by developing faculty members into effective leaders in clinical excellence through evidence-based learning.

Grand Rounds take place from 12-1 P.M.


Fred Pelzman, M.D.

Fred Pelzman, M.D.

Course Director

Research Profile

Madeline Sterling, M.D.

Madeline Sterling, M.D.

Course Co-Director

Research Profile

GIM Grand Rounds (2021-22)

July 1, 2021Wei Wei Lee, MD, MPH, FACPPhysician Well-being: Beyond Yoga
September 2, 2021Eva Tseng, MD, MPHCare Management of Prediabetes in Primary Care
October 7, 2021Neil Wenger, MD, MPHImplementing Advance Care Planning in an Academic Health System
December 2, 2021Ishani Ganguli, MD, MPHIf You Give a Mouse an EKG: Cascades and Low-Value Care
January 20, 2022Monika Safford, MDThe Pandemic That Keeps On Giving: What We Know About Post-Acute Sequelae in COVID-19 (“Long COVID”)
February 3, 2022Oanh Nguyen, MD, MASAddressing Social Determinants to Prevent Hospital Readmissions (and Improve Post-Hospital Recovery)
March 3, 2022Adam Bress, PharmD, MSOptimizing antihypertensive treatment in 2022 to prevent cardiovascular disease and dementia: lessons using pharmacoepidemiology
April 14, 2022Stephen Juraschek, MD, PhD
May 5, 2022Utibe R. Essien, MD, MPH
June 2, 2022Geraldine McGinty MD, MBA, FACR

GIM Grand Rounds (2020-21)

August 6, 2020Elizabeth Jacobs, M.D.Can Health Equity be Part of the New Normal in the COVID Era?
September 3, 2020Joseph Shin, M.D.Medical-Legal Advocacy During COVID-19: Partnerships and Strategies for Protecting the Health of Immigrants, Prisoners and Detainees
October 1, 2020Ian Kronish, M.D.Remote Patient Monitoring in the ACN: Is Now the Right Time?
November 5, 2020Mary-Ann Etiebet, M.D.Ending Preventable Maternal Deaths: Translating Evidence into Impact
December 3, 2020Brita Roy, M.D.Collective Well-being: A Framework to Improve Population Health
January 7, 2021Renuka Tipirneni, M.D., M.Sc., FACPThe Affordable Care Act at 10 Years: Progress and Future Needs for Promoting Equitable Health Policy
February 4, 2021Lucinda B. Leung, M.D., Ph.D.
Christopher Benitez, M.D.
A Conversation between Primary Care and Mental Health about Collaborative Care for Depression
February 17, 2021Martin Shapiro, M.D., Ph.D.Internal Medicine: The Essential Specialty?
Watch video [CWID required]
March 4, 2021David Scales, M.D., Ph.D.
Dhruv Khullar, M.D. Keith Roach, M.D.
Laura Kolbe, M.D.
Writing in Medicine: It's not just a SOAP note
May 6, 2021Margot Kushel, M.D.Aging Among Homeless Populations: Causes, Consequences and Solutions
June 3, 2021Eloho Ufomata, M.D., M.S., FACPDisrupting Racism in Medical Education

GIM Grand Rounds (2019-20)

August 1, 2019Said A. Ibrahim, M.D., M.P.H., M.B.A.Variations in the use of elective surgery: The role of social of determinants of health
September 5, 2019Mark G. Weiner, M.D.Truth Versus Truthiness in Clinical Care and Research
October 3, 2019Matthew William McCarthy, M.D.The Hospital Medicine Clinical Research Unit: A Vision for the Future
November 7, 2019Shreya P. Trivedi, M.D.(NNT) Number Needed to Tweet: Leveraging Twitter for Your Mission
December 5, 2019Lisa M. Kern, MD, M.P.H.Understanding U.S. Healthcare Policy from 2010 to the Present: What You Need to Know to Make Sense of Current Policy Debates
January 9, 2020Carrie Down Johnston, M.D.Transgender Patient Care: Optimization In And Out Of The Hospital
February 6, 2020Megan Johnson Shen, Ph.D.Reducing Disparities in Advance Care Planning and End-of-Life Care
May 14, 2020Henry Wei, M.D.Machine Learning & AI in Medicine: it's about not the technology
June 4, 2020Kimberly Bloom-Feshbach, M.D.COVID Talk: Communication in Crisis

GIM Grand Rounds (2018-19)

December 6, 2018Matthew William McCarthy, M.D.Stumped: The Ethical Challenges of Being a Hospitalist
February 7, 2019Jordan D. Metzl, M.D.Prescribing Exercise to Patients
April 4, 2019Lawrence P. Casalino, M.D., Ph.D.Value-based Purchasing: One Size Does Not Fit All
May 2, 2019Sarita Mahtani, M.D.Climate Change: A Health Emergency
June 6, 2019Daniel J. BarchArtificial Intelligence, Telemedicine, and Modern Health

General Internal Medicine

Monika Safford, M.D., Chief

Blake Rambo, J.D., M.B.A., Administrator
Tel: (646) 962-5900
Fax: (646) 962-0508




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