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Psychiatry Grand Rounds “Substituting Courage for Caution in our Ongoing Struggle for Justice” May 2

8:00 AM  - 9:00 AMMedical College of Wisconsin Research Park Center Learning Centers 1 & 2View Attachment

Title: “Substituting Courage for Caution in our Ongoing Struggle for Justice” Presenter: Reverend Joseph Ellwanger Hephatha Lutheran Church Milwaukee, Wisconsin Objectives 1. Identify ways to commit to working for justice for all, even when success is not imminent or certain 2. Describe ways to achieve social transformation and progress toward justice when people are well organized 3. Appreciate the ways in which people are willing to take risks and have the courage to act

Psychiatry Grand Rounds “End-of-Life Care for Individuals with Chronic Psychiatric Disorders” May 9

8:00 AM  - 9:00 AMMedical College of Wisconsin Research Park Center Learning Centers 1 & 2View Attachment

Title: “End-of-Life Care for Individuals with Chronic Psychiatric Disorders” Presenter: Rebecca Bauer, MD Consultation Liaison Psychiatry Fellow Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin Objectives 1. Review disparities in end-of-life care for the chronically mentally ill 2. Discuss challenges psychiatrists may encounter caring for these individuals at end of life 3. Explore how shifts in end-of-life care planning affects the chronically mentally ill in the US and other countries

Psychiatry Grand Rounds “The Role of Faculty in Mentoring Students and Residents to Maximize Scholarly Productivity” May 16

8:00 AM  - 9:00 AMMedical College of Wisconsin Research Park Center Learning Centers 1 & 2View Attachment

Title: “The Role of Faculty in Mentoring Students and Residents to Maximize Scholarly Productivity” Presenters: Pinky Jha, MD, MPH, FACP Associate Professor Division of General Internal Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin Sanjay Bhandari, MD Assistant Professor Division of General Internal Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin Objectives 1. Describe the relevance of case reports to learner’s education and list barriers to writing and presenting a case report for dissemination 2. Identify features of a case that make it suitable for dissemination and outline strategies to maximize learner’s involvement in authoring case reports 3. Share “next steps” in faculty development around mentoring learner write-up of case reports

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