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General Surgery Residency

Surgical Grand Rounds and Resident Teaching Conferences

WATCH GRAND ROUNDS HERE

 

      DECEMBER SURGICAL GRAND ROUNDS

 

 

  Friday, December 5, 2014     LH 208

  7 am-7:55 am  Surgical Grand Rounds  8:10 am-8:55 am  Residents’ Teaching Conference

 TBA

   Kamran Idrees, MD

    Assistant Professor of Surgery

    Division of Surgical Oncology

    Associate Program Director, General Surgery

    Vanderbilt University Medical Center 

 LH 208

PGY 1-5: Resident Town Hall Meeting

  ML Meeting Following Town Hall

   Friday, December 12, 2014     6:30 am LANGFORD AUDITORIUM

  6:30 am-7:55 am  Surgical Grand Rounds  8:10 am-8:55 am  Residents’ Teaching Conference 

   MPMMIC

6:30am

Langford Auditorium

Pain Management and Post-Operative Respiratory Failure

 

 

     PGY-1: LH 208—Thyroid Nodules—Ricky Shinall, MD
     PGY-2, 3: LH 437---Endocrine CC—Naira Baregamian, MD
     PGY-4, 5,  & Lab: LH 439---Benign Pancreas—Alex Parikh, MD

  Friday, December 19, 2014     LH 208    NO GRAND ROUNDS--RESIDENT SKILLS LABS

 7 am-8:55 am  Surgical Grand Rounds  8:10 am-8:55 am  Residents’ Teaching Conference 

   NO Grand Rounds

RESIDENT SKILLS LABS

 

  

   PGY 1:      TBA

   PGY 2-3:  TBA

    PGY-4, 5,  & Lab: LH 439—Kamran Idrees, MD—Malignant Pancreas /  Neuroendocrine Tumors

Friday, December 26, 2014     LH 208  NO GRAND ROUNDS

 7 am-7:55 am  Surgical Grand Rounds  8:10 am-8:55 am  Residents’ Teaching Conference 

     No Grand Rounds 

         

     Christmas Holiday

     PGY 1-5: No Resident Teaching Conference

                                 Christmas Holiday

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