Grand Rounds

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY

Sanger Hall, Room, 1-044
1101 E. Marshall Street, Richmond, VA 23298
11:45 – 12:50

January 2020

 

January 3 

NO GRAND ROUNDS – Winter Break Holiday 


January 10 

The Relevance of Clinical Pharmacology in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 

Robert L. Findling, M.D., M.B.A. 

Chair, Department of Psychiatry 

Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University 

Introducer: Peter F. Buckley, M.D. 

Dean, VCU School of Medicine 

Executive Vice President of Medical Affairs, VCU Health System 

Learning Objectives: 

  • • Describe examples of how pharmacokinetic principles impacts dosing and safety in pediatric psychopharmacology 
  • • Understand the importance of complete documentation 
  • • Identify missed opportunities 
  • • Highlight the new codes for 2020 
  • • Describe examples of how enzymes that affect drug biodisposition can influence the efficacy and tolerability of psychotropic agents in children 
  • • Describe how different clinical trial methodologies can help inform the design of pivotal efficacy studies in children 
     

January 17 

NO GRAND ROUNDS – Clinical Documentation Improvement Training for Providers 

Colleen Mescall, MHA/E, CPC, CPC-I, CPMA, ICD-10 Instructor, AAPC Fellow 

Manager Physician CDI 

MCV Physicians, VCUHS 

Learning Objectives: 

  • • Understand the importance of complete documentation 
  • • Identify missed opportunities 
  • • Highlight the new codes for 2020 
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***Please note that attendance at this session hosted by the MCV Clinical Documentation Improvement team is strongly encouraged for any faculty, staff, or trainees providing care for patients now or in the future, as it will be very beneficial to this population. CE/CME credit will also be offered for those who attend the session and complete evaluations. The training will be specifically directed toward providers in Psychiatry. This session will take place in lieu of a regular Grand Rounds session in Sanger Hall, Rm 2-020 from 11:45 am to 12:50 pm. For additional questions or concerns, please contact Suzanne Balduzzi-Williams or Colleen Mescall*** 


January 24 

Off Label Medication Treatments for PTSD 

Kathryn Williams, M.D. 

Chief Resident, PGY- 4 

Department of Psychiatry 

Virginia Commonwealth University 

Introducer: Ericka Crouse, PharmD, BCPP, BCGP 

  • • Discuss changes in PTSD criteria from DSM IV to DSM-5
  • • Discover major neurotransmitter involved in chronic stress 
  • • Describe the FDA Drug Approval Process and the risks/benefits of off-label use 
  • • Examine and analyze different guideline recommendations and current research for use of risperidone and quetiapine as well as prazosin in treatment of PTSD symptoms 

January 31 

Gambling Disorder and Beyond 

Greg Correia, M.D. 

Resident Physician, PGY- 4 

Department of Psychiatry 

Virginia Commonwealth University 

Introducer: Christopher Kogut, MD 

Learning Objectives: 

*Please note the location change for the Spring Semester (2020) Psychiatry Grand Rounds. While Grand Rounds will take place in the same building as usual — Sanger Hall, located at 1101 E. Marshall Street, Richmond, VA 23298 – the room has changed to Sanger Hall Room # 2-020. 

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University Health Services Professional Education Programs (UHS-PEP) of VCU Health System is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. UHS-PEP designates this live activity a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Virginia Commonwealth University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution providing access to education and employment without regard to age, race, color, national origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, veteran’s status, political affiliation or disability.  If special accommodations are needed, please contact Kim Bertram at 804-828-1453 or kim.bertram@vcuhealth.org

February 2020

February 7 

Keep Calm and Call Psychiatry: How You Can Be the Key for Human Trafficking Survivors 

Fidelma Rigby, M.D. 

Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Maternal Fetal Medicine 

Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University 

Clerkship Director, OB/GYN, VCU School of Medicine 

Volunteer Medical Director, Pregnancy Resource Center 

Introducer: Bushra Shah, M.D. 

Learning Objectives: 

• Recognize the scope of the Human Trafficking Crisis 

• Learn to identify Human Trafficking survivors 

• Understand the key role of Psychiatry in identifying and treating Human Trafficking survivors 


February 14 

11th Annual Gayle Gwaltney Memorial Psychiatry Grand Rounds Presenting: 

The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of Psychiatric Nursing 

Emily J. Hauenstein, Ph.D., LCP, MSN, FAAN 

Professor 

University of Delaware, 

College of Health Sciences, School of Nursing 

Introducer: Lyons Hardy, NP 

Learning Objectives: 

• Describe the current psychiatric nursing practice environment and the nursing, economic, and legislative policies that affect the education, recruitment, and retention of new and experienced nurses to psychiatric nursing practice 

• Discuss self-care practices that reduce effects of stress in the workplace and enhance capacity to practice 

• Examine academic and curricular practice environments and policy changes that would enhance and build the psychiatric nursing workforce 


February 21 

Big Data and Machine Learning in Psychiatry 

Ashley Harvin, M.D. 

Resident Physician, PGY- 4 

Department of Psychiatry 

Virginia Commonwealth University 

Introducer: Nathan Gillespie, Ph.D. 

Learning Objectives: 

• Describe the concept of big data and how it applies to healthcare and psychiatric practice 

• Discuss how big data analytics can enhance our research and clinical efforts 

• Define machine learning and demonstrate how it can be used in research and to improve care 


February 28 

History of Gender Dysphoria and Transgender Care 

Marian Coleman, D.O. 

Resident Physician, PGY- 4 

Department of Psychiatry 

Virginia Commonwealth University 

Introducer: Dr. Susan Jones, M.D. 

Learning Objectives: 

• Review the history and define the terminology of gender variances 

• Discuss the theories related to etiology/development 

• Review diagnostic criteria for gender dysphoria and review treatment interventions 

 

*Please note the location change for the Spring Semester (2020) Psychiatry Grand Rounds. While Grand Rounds will take place in the same building as usual — Sanger Hall, located at 1101 E. Marshall Street, Richmond, VA 23298 – the room has changed to Sanger Hall Room # 2-020 until further notice.