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


“Critical Care Ultrasound: Evidence and Application”

Presenter: Dr. Ken Kaila
Clinical Assistant Professor
Division of Critical Care Medicine
Providence Health Care and University of British Columbia

1. Review ultrasound techniques/protocols for point of care ultrasound
2. Review evidence for point of care ultrasound
3. Discuss practical implication of point of care ultrasound


November 21st AIDS
"HIV and  other STIBBIs  among gay, bisexual and other MSM in Vancouver in the TasP and PrEP era"

Presenter: Dr. David Moore
Associate Professor, Division of AIDS
Providence Health Care and University of British Columbia

1. To describe the epidemiology of HIV and other STIBBIs in gbMSM in Vancouver
2. To understand the current and potential future impact of HIV treatment and pre-exposure prophylaxis on risk for STBBIs
3. To describe the opportunities available to improve general health for gbMSM in this context




Please see link below for the 2019-2020 Grand Rounds Schedule