Grand Medical Rounds

Weekly Department of Medicine Grand Rounds offer a range of clinically relevant, educational topics for a generalized audience of students, residents, fellows and faculty. Grand Rounds are an accredited group learning activity for the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

Grand Rounds are held on Thursdays at noon in the Cullen Family Lecture Theatre, Level 1, St. Paul's Hospital. They are also broadcast live to various locations around the province.

To view all upcoming rounds through the BC Rounds Calendar, please click here.

Many previous Grand Round recordings are available to view. Please click here to see the list of videos available.

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*A videoconferencing option is also available to individuals who wish to join the PHC Department of Medicine Grand Rounds from their desktop or laptop.

For instructions to connect online, please click here. To connect to the Grand Rounds presentation, please click here.

The meeting ID is 30317


"COPD: Updates from the new Canadian Thoracic Society and GOLD guidelines"

Dr. Pearce Wilcox, Professor 
Division of Respiratory Medicine, Providence Health Care

Evaluation Form located at bottom of page.


April 25, 2019 ENDOCRINOLOGY
"Endocrine Complications of Immunotherapy"

Dr. Maria E. Cabanillas
Associate Professor and Faculty Director of Clinical Research
Department of Endocrine Neoplasia
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Centre


"UGME Learning Environment Report for the Department of Medicine"

Dr. Cheryl Holmes, Associate Dean
MD Undergraduate Program, UBC
Clinical Professor, Division of Critical Care Medicine
University of British Columbia


May 9, 2019 AIDS
"The beginning of the end of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in BC"

Dr. Julio Montaner
Executive Director and Physician-in-Chief, BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS
Head, HIV/AIDS Program, St. Paul's Hospital, Providence Health Care
UBC and St. Paul's Foundation Chair in AIDS Research and
UBC-Killam Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Faculty of Medicine
University of British Columbia