Medicine Grand Rounds
Medicine Grand Rounds (MGR) is a weekly seminar series to support the academic environment of the Duke Department of Medicine. MGR, the Department's main CME activity, meets each Friday at 8 a.m. in Duke University Hospital Room 2002. Topics and speakers are selected to provide faculty and trainees with up-to-date knowledge about timely issues in internal medicine. MGR occurs every Friday at 8 a.m.
There are two core clinical conferences each month with two fellows presenting cases at each conference. These are designed to discuss either common presentations of uncommon conditions or uncommon presentations of common conditions.
General GI Multidisciplinary Conference (Second Thursday of each month)
Hepatology Multidisciplinary Conference (Fourth Thursday of each month)
These lectures are held on Wednesdays and Thursdays and cover core topics in Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Lectures are organized into monthly blocks centered around core themes.
This conference is a weekly educational conference with a focus on clinical and research topics, issues and advances related to Gastroenterology and Hepatology. GI Grand Rounds conferences feature leaders and experts from outside Duke and from other Duke divisions, in addition to Duke GI faculty and trainees. Special GI Grand Rounds sessions include discussion of timely and significant issues, as well as of clinical controversies and quality improvement. GI Grand Rounds live conference attendees can earn CME credit.
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Haque’s DIGEST is a monthly literature review that includes selected journal articles on research and development in gastroenterology. The DIGEST is compiled by Mahfuzul Haque, MD, professor of medicine in the Division of Gastroenterology and shared with Duke GI faculty and fellows as a way to stay on top of current research. It is circulated nationally and internationally to more than a thousand GI professionals and institutions. Articles in the DIGEST, which typically have a clinical focus, are selected by Dr. Haque and do not reflect a comprehensive survey of the literature.
Journal club is held monthly on the fourth Thursday of each month throughout the year. 2-3 articles are reviewed with faculty with fellows selecting topics related to the core monthly themes and "hot topics."
Journal Club: https://sites.duke.edu/gijournalclub/
This monthly conference highlights ongoing research by various Duke and external investigators, including fellows, to allow discussion of both specific goals and long-term objectives.