Grand rounds are an important teaching tool of medical education, consisting of presenting the medical problems and treatment of a particular patient (or population of patients) to an audience consisting of doctors, residents, and medical students.   Grand rounds help doctors and other healthcare professionals keep up to date in important evolving areas which may be outside of their core practice.
 
Grand rounds have evolved, with most sessions being more like lectures, and with audiences expanding to include research professionals in the academic, government, industry, and advocacy domains.
 
The Grand Rounds featured here, as part of a shared forum of the NIH HCS Collaboratory and PCORnet, provide insightful updates focused on innovative, alternative, streamlined approaches to the conduct of pragmatic clinical trials.

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Presenter
  
  
Collaboratory Affiliation
  
Defining Denominator Populations Within and Across Complex Health Systems
  
Simon, Gregory4/4/2014Group Health Cooperative; Group Health Research Institute
Defining Denominator Populations Within and Across Complex Health Systems
  
Simon, Gregory4/4/2014Group Health Cooperative; Group Health Research Institute
Why Is the FDA Interested in the Collaboratory and PCORnet?
  
Woodcock, Janet3/28/2014Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Why Is the FDA Interested in the Collaboratory and PCORnet?
  
Woodcock, Janet3/28/2014Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
The Use of Social Media in Clinical Research
  
Startz, Stephanie3/21/2014Michael J. Fox Foundation
The Use of Social Media in Clinical Research
  
Startz, Stephanie3/21/2014Michael J. Fox Foundation
UC-ReX: Federated Multi-Site Clinical Data Repositories for Population Studies
  
Anderson, Nick; Dahm, Lisa3/14/2014University of California, Davis; University of California, Irvine
UC-ReX: Federated Multi-Site Clinical Data Repositories for Population Studies
  
Anderson, Nick; Dahm, Lisa3/14/2014University of California, Davis; University of California, Irvine
Patient Engagement in Research and Infrastructure Development
  
Tunis, Sean; Sheridan, Sue; Patrick-Lake, Bray3/7/2014Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI); Center for Medical Technology Policy
Patient Engagement in Research and Infrastructure Development
  
Tunis, Sean; Sheridan, Sue; Patrick-Lake, Bray3/7/2014Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI); Center for Medical Technology Policy
Race and Ethnicity Reporting in Clinical Research and its Role in Pragmatic Clinical Trials
  
Anderson, Monique2/28/2014Duke University; Duke University Medical Center
Race and Ethnicity Reporting in Clinical Research and its Role in Pragmatic Clinical Trials
  
Anderson, Monique2/28/2014Duke University; Duke University Medical Center
Participant Engagment: Tools to Meet People Where They Are
  
Terry, Sharon2/21/2014Genetic Alliance
Participant Engagement: Tools to Meet People Where They Are
  
Terry, Sharon2/21/2014Genetic Alliance
Engaging Health Systems in Research Partnerships: Insights from the NIH Collaboratory's PCTs
  
Larson, Eric2/14/2014Group Health Cooperative; Group Health Research Institute
Engaging Health Systems in Research Partnerships: Insights from the NIH Collaboratory's PCTs
  
Larson, Eric2/14/2014Group Health Cooperative; Group Health Research Institute
What Kind of Clinical Trials should a National Network Conduct? A Perspective from One Year of the NIH HCS Collaboratory and the Startup of PCORI
  
Califf, Robert2/7/2014Duke University; Duke University Medical Center
What Kind of Clinical Trials should a National Network Conduct? A Perspective from One Year of the NIH HCS Collaboratory and the Startup of PCORI
  
Califf, Robert2/7/2014Duke University; Duke University Medical Center
The Surfactant Positive Airway Pressure and Pulse Oximetry Randomized Controlled Trial (SUPPORT) in Extremely Preterm Infants
  
Carlo, Wally1/31/2014University of Alabama - Birmingham
The Surfactant Positive Airway Pressure and Pulse Oximetry Randomized Controlled Trial (SUPPORT) in Extremely Preterm Infants
  
Carlo, Wally1/31/2014University of Alabama - Birmingham
Survey to Assess Ethical Frameworks of Minimal Risk Studies
  
Huang, Susan1/24/2014University of California, Irvine
Survey to Assess Ethical Frameworks of Minimal Risk Studies
  
Huang, Susan1/24/2014University of California, Irvine
ONC's Interoperability Strategy
  
Fridsma, Doug1/17/2014The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC)
ONC's Interoperability Strategy
  
Fridsma, Doug1/17/2014The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC)
Incorporating Research Driven Changes into Health Care Systems' IT Operati​ons: A Multi Perspective Panel Discussion
  
Larson, Eric; Abernethy, Amy; Brown, Jeffrey; O'Keefe, Gwendolyn1/10/2014Duke University; Group Health Cooperative; Harvard Pilgram Health Care
Incorporating Research Driven Changes into Health Care Systems' IT Operati​ons: A Multi Perspective Panel Discussion
  
Larson, Eric; Abernethy, Amy; Brown, Jeffrey; O'Keefe, Gwendolyn1/10/2014Duke University; Group Health Cooperative; Harvard Pilgram Health Care
Launching PCORnet: The National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network
  
Platt, Richard; Fleurence, Rachael1/3/2014Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI); Harvard University
Launching PCORnet: The National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network
  
Platt, Richard; Fleurence, Rachael1/3/2014Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)
Ethics of Standard of Care Research
  
Sugarman, Jeremy; Weinfurt, Kevin12/20/2013Johns Hopkins University; Berman Institute of Bioethics; School of Public Health; Duke University; Duke University Medical Center
Ethics of Standard of Care Research
  
Sugarman, Jeremy; Weinfurt, Kevin12/20/2013Johns Hopkins University; Berman Institute of Bioethics; School of Public Health; Duke University; Duke University Medical Center
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