The UCSF Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Grand Rounds series (course number MGR20005) seeks to promote excellence and quality in clinical care; introduce clinicians to recent advances in medical care; provide updates on scientific advances that affect the practice of medicine; and provide a forum for discussion of topics that strengthen the relationship of child and adolescent psychiatry to the broader community.
Events are held on Wednesdays from noon–1:00 p.m. at rotating sites, with live simulcasts available for viewing at other locations. Click on a date below for speaker details, learning objectives, simulcast locations, and more information. These events are for professional audience members only.
2019-2020 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Grand Rounds
|09/11/19||Emily Tejani, MD||Wax, Vape Pens, and Plain Old Flower: How Child Psychiatrists Can Engage Adolescent Marijuana Users||Video|
|09/18/19||Daniel Macallair||Institutionalization in Juvenile Justice and the Challenge of Reform||Video|
|09/25/19||Linda Pfiffner, PhD||Psychosocial Treatment for ADHD: Past, Present, and Future||-|
|10/09/19||Sabrina Darrow, PhD||Building a Program of Research to Improve Services for Youth Struggling With Depression, Anxiety, and Suicide||Video|
|10/23/19||Sepehr Aziz, DO||Clinical Case Conference
Catatonia in Autism, a Review: Prevalence, Assessment, and Treatment
|10/30/19||Margareth Del Cid, PhD, MS||When Curiosity Kills Inequity: Using Cultural Humility to Address Behavioral Health Disparities in Underserved Populations||Video|
|11/13/19||Ryan Rampersaud, MD, PhD||Clinical Case Conference
Delusion or Obsession: Understanding Insight in Patients With OCD
|11/20/19||Sita Patel, PhD||Understanding and Supporting the Mental Health Needs of Newcomer Immigrant Youth and Families||Video|
|12/11/19||J. Jessie Rose Cohen, LCSW||Supporting Gender-Expansive, Transgender, and Nonbinary Identified Children and Youth and Their Families||Video|
|12/18/19||Jacqueline Penn, DO||Clinical Case Conference
It's a Two-Way Street: Understanding and Treating Mood Disorders in Mother-Child Dyads
|01/15/20||Yiran Ge, MAP||Seeds in Spring: Some Thoughts After Learning DBT as a Visiting Scholar||-|
|01/22/20||Brittany Chambers, PhD||Institutional and Structural Racism: Implications for Child and Adolescent Health||Video|
|01/29/20||Siya Mehtani, DO
Anna Swan, PhD
|Clinical Case Conference
More Than Quiet: Selective Mutism, Current Understanding, and Practices for Evaluation and Treatment
|02/12/20||Julianna Deardorff, PhD||Effects of Adversity on the Mental Health of U.S.-Born Mexican American Youth||Video|
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