Psychiatric Grand Rounds
This professional education activity supports the Institute's goal of
clinical excellence and presents clinically relevant information from a
variety of mental health disciplines. Areas of focus include new
research and treatments, evidence-based practices, applied
psychopharmacology and research on brain structure, and function, and
current issues and controversies. In addition, several dates during the
year are devoted to The Institute of Living Annual Treatment Update
Grand Rounds is open to the community except on the Thursdays
designated as "Case Conferences". These conferences are held
approximately 6 times per year, usually on a first Thursday, and are
limited to clinicians employed by The Institute of Living and Hartford
Hospital and active and consulting Department of Psychiatry medical
Would you like to be informed about upcoming Grand Rounds presentations?
We would like your input regarding the 2014-15 Grand Rounds series. Please take a few minutes to fill out a brief survey. Your responses will help us as we plan our upcoming series.
The schedule below will include
abstracts, learning objectives, and recommended readings for each
presentation when available.
||Speaker & Topic
|"Can we talk about "Emotional Resonance" when working with someone whose life is at risk?" Let's take the risk and talk about it!"
Dr. Evan Fox, M.D.
||“CBT for Pediatric OCD: Efficacy, Effectiveness, and Clinical Challenges.”
Martin Franklin, M.D.
||“The Developmental Orgins of Social Inequalities in Common Mental Disorders”
Stephen Gilman Sc.D.
||“Connectomics and Psychopathology”
Deanna Barch, Ph.D.
||“The Burden of Loss: Unexpected death of a loved one and psychiatric disorders across the life course”
Katherine M. Keyes Ph.D.
|Burlingame Award Lecture
Daniel R. Weinberger M.D.
||“The Use of Antipsychotics and Other Psychotropic Medications in Alzheimer's Disease.”
Davangere P. Devanand M.D.
||"The Problem and the Promise of Placebo Response in Depression"
Bret Rutherford M.D.
||Thanksgiving - No Grand Rounds
||“Creative Resilience & Aging: Louis Armstrong, Race, & Growing Old in the ‘60s”
Jeffrey Lyness M.D.
CT CME Credit: Cultural Competency
||Yifrah Kaminer M.D.
Topic: Adolescent high risk behaviors substance us disorders, psychiatric co-morbidity and suicidal behavior.
Topic: Robot assisted instruction for children with behavioral disorders.
||Christmas - No Grand Rounds