Clinical Research Grand Rounds at the Welch Center
GRAND ROUNDS WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
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Wednesdays, September-May, 12:10 - 1:15 PM
Clinical Research Grand Rounds provides an opportunity for Welch Center faculty and guest scientists to present the results of ongoing, planned, and completed epidemiological, clinical, and translational research. This weekly conference is open to anyone in the Johns Hopkins Community and is often attended by faculty, trainees, and students from the Schools of Public Health and Medicine. The Welch Center hosts several guest speakers from outside the Center and outside the University each year. Master's and doctoral students in the clinical epidemiology and cardiovascular epidemiology concentrations are required to attend.
Through the forum of Clinical Research Grand Rounds, the Welch Center enhances knowledge of the fields of clinical epidemiology and patient-oriented research, and provides an intellectual platform for discussions of innovative ideas and methods in different disciplines, specialties, and subspecialties represented in the Schools of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing.
Clinical Research Grand Rounds sessions begin with a five to ten minute presentation on various innovative tools and resources. These presentations are known as Research Pearls and typically cover data services, library and information services, informatics, research cores, centers, etc., that others have used and have found helpful in their research. The presentations seek to introduce practical solutions and innovative methods to increase efficiency in research.
A ‘Virtual’ Introduction to the ‘Hybrid’ Welch Center (and more trivia)
The Role of Physical Activity using Accelerometry in the STURDY Trial: Vitamin D, Falls, and Frailty
Baltimore Metropolitan Diabetes Regional Partnership: Implementing Diabetes Prevention Programs and Diabetes Self Management Training at Johns Hopkins
What Did We Learn From the ADAPTABLE Trial? Aspirin Dosing: A Patient Centric Trial Assessing Benefits and Long-Term Effectiveness
Algorithms, Chatbots, and Data, Oh My! Ethics and Artificial Intelligence in Health Care
Embracing Detours and Intellectual Cross-Training
Mona Siddiqui, MD, MPH, MSE
COVID-OUT: From Computer Modeling to a Phase 3 Clinical Trial of Early Outpatient Treatment of COVID-19
The Impact of a System-wide Quality Improvement Initiative on Blood Pressure Control
Translating Evidence into Coverage Policy in Oregon
Somnath Saha, MD, MPH
RHYTHM: A Team-based QI Strategy to Improve CVD Risk Factor Care in Maryland Medicaid Health Homes
Diabetes in Older Adults
Climate Change and Cancer
Bridging Emerging Medical Technologies and Real-World Cancer Care
In conjunction with the Graduate Training Program in Clinical Investigation and with the Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR)