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Paediatric Medicine
Paediatric Medicine

Rounds

Paediatric Medicine Rounds are open to SickKids faculty, fellows, residents, students, other relevant staff members and invited guests, unless otherwise specified below.


Morbidity & Mortality (M&M) Rounds 

  • Paediatric Medicine M&M Rounds is open to all members of the Paediatric Medicine team, including physicians from In-Patient Paediatric Medicine, Paediatric Consultation Clinic, SCAN, Dermatology and Community Paediatric sections, nursing, administration, social work, physio and OT, dietician, child life representative, discharge planners, plus invited guests (based on the cases being presented).

Format: Two to three cases are presented/month. All mortalities are presented and morbidity is reviewed and relevant cases are presented as well. The cases are presented by the residents or attending staff and all individuals involved from other areas are invited to attend rounds, in addition to the Paediatric Medicine team. The chronology of events, 'issues' and discussion including recommendations for improvements is presented. The case is then opened up for discussion from the floor. The proceedings are summarised in the minutes which are circulated to all members of the division, as well as to the hospital-wide M&M Committee for their review.

Content/Purpose: Morbidity and mortality (M&M) reviews are conducted at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) to ensure that patient deaths and morbidity events are reviewed in a multi-disciplinary forum with the following purposes: a) to ensure that the care provided was appropriate and timely, and b) to learn from the review in order to develop new knowledge and improved systems of care delivery, if appropriate. M&M reviews should emphasize learning and prevention of similar occurrences.

Contact Person: Shannon Brass shannon.brass@sickkids.ca


Paediatric Dermatology Rounds/Teaching 

  • Paediatric Dermatology Rounds are open to SickKids faculty, fellows, residents, students, nurses, other relevant staff members and invited guests.

Content: Review of various paediatric dermatology topics.

Contact Person:Cara Baluyot cara.baluyot@sickkids.ca


Paediatric Medicine Divisional Academic Rounds  

  • Paediatric Medicine Divisional Academic Rounds is the weekly clinical rounds of the Division of Paediatric Medicine. The paediatric residents on the Paediatric Medicine In-Patient Unit rotation and in the ambulatory rotation take turns giving the presentations.

Content: The purpose is to provide up-to-date and evidence-based presentation of important, relevant and current clinical topics of interest. There are always opportunities for questions and open discussion.

Contact Person: Ashley Baiao ashley.baiao@sickkids.ca


Research-in-Progress Rounds

Held the last Thursday of the month, from 12:00 - 1:00 pm

  • Rounds may include, new research idea's, internal peer review of grant application, challenges with analysis, manuscript review prior to journal submission, challenges with journal review, completed research for feedback, practice oral or poster presentations
  • Presenters may include, divisional faculty, trainees supervised by divisional faculty or invited guest collaborating with divisional faculty

Content: The research rounds provide an opportunity for critical appraisal of study design, data analysis, and interpretation, as well as opportunity for dissemination of research findings to clinicians in active practice. Occasionally, rounds will be used as the forum for scientific review of a study proposal prior to submission to the Research .

Contact Person: Donna Whitely  donna.whitely@sickkids.ca


Section of Community Paediatric, Toronto City-Wide Paediatric Rounds 

Held January, April, September and November. Location: Villa Colombo, 40 Playfair Avenue in Toronto from 7:00 - 8:45pm

  • Dr. Mark Feldman and Dr. Michael Peer (Co-chairmen) have organized quarterly City-Wide Paediatric Rounds hosting between 100-150 Paediatricians
  • The rounds are comprised of  two to three speakers presenting high-level academic evidence-based topics, over a period of 1.5 hours, on a variety of common, timely, practical and important Paediatric subjects.
  • The rounds are sponsored by an educational grant with no strings attached, and held at the Villa Colomco venue in Toronto.
  • The topics and speakers are chosen without any industry input. The rounds have been accredited for Section 1, Maincert recognition. Effectiveness of the rounds has been best measured by the consistently high turnout of paediatricians over the more than four years that the rounds have been organized.

Contact Person: Genie Lima eugenia.lima@sickkids.ca


Section of Community Paediatric, Journal Club

Held February, March, May, October, on the 4th Thursday of the month from 8:00 - 9:00am. Room 8429, 8th Floor, Black Wing. Video conference and teleconference now available

Objectives:

  • to provide continuing education on new developments or controversial topics, relevant for community paediatricians
  • to enhance critical appraisal strategies
  • to provide an informal opportunity for questions and answers with an expert in the field (invited guest)

Contact Person: Genie Lima eugenia.lima@sickkids.ca


Noon Report, Education Rounds – Mondays: – 12:00 – 1:00 pm – Room 7704 Atrium

A case based, group learning activity in the tradition of the morning report. Learn how doctors think - concepts, reasoning and process.

Contact Person: Sarah Fortino sarah.fortino@sickkids.ca