Grand Rounds Webcasts
GRAND ROUNDS
0745 to 0845 Hours
Theatre B - Basic Medical Sciences Building
(Link to NG002 St. Boniface Hospital) Live WebCast at www.umanitoba.ca/womens_health

MAY 2019

MAY 01 2019

"ERAS in Gynecology: How Are We Doing?"
DR. JODIE CHARISON, PGY-4 Resident, Obstetrics & Gynecology
(Faculty Advisor: Dr. Alon Altman)

Objectives:

  • Review the origins of ERAS
  • Define ERAS, its goals and its benefits
  • Present the current ERAS® society recommendations (moderate to high grade evidence components) for perioperative care gynecologic/oncology
  • Describe in detail the risks of preoperative anemia and its identification/optimization in gynecology surgical patients
  • Provide a broad overview of the current literature in ERAS in gynecology and gynecologic oncology
  • Present my resident research study in ERAS

MAY 08 2019

UPDATE ON MANAGEMENT OF INFERTILITY AND FERTILITY PRESERVATIONRepresenting the Heartland Fertility Team:
DR. KHALED ZOHNI, MD/PhD
Heartland Fertility and Gynaecology Clinic
Winnipeg, Manitoba 

Objectives:

  • Present an overview of the latest guidelines on management some common infertility causes 
  • Review advances in the field and where they fit into current practice
  • Highlight services provided at Heartland

MAY 15 2019

“BORDERLINE OVARIAN TUMOURS”
DR. LESLEY ROBERTS, PGY-6 Fellow, Gynecological Oncology

Objectives:

  • Review presentation & epidemiology of borderline tumors
  • Review pathology and classification of borderline tumors
  • What exactly is borderline tumor
  • Review management and malignant potential of borderline tumors
  • Discuss relationship between borderline tumors and low grade serous carcinoma
     

MAY 22 2019

“CONDYLOMA ACUMINATA: NOT AS MAGICAL AS IT SEEMS”
DR. RACHEL NOBLE, PGY-4 Resident, Obstetrics & Gynecology
(Faculty Advisor: Dr. Amanda Morris)

Objectives:

  • Review the transmission and incubation period of Genital warts, including neonatal transmission and risk factors
  • Discuss treatment options for genital warts including efficacy, cost and recurrence rates

 


 

APRIL 2019

APRIL 03 2019

"FETAL REDUCTION & SELECTIVE TERMINATION IN MULTIPLE GESTATION"
DR. RAELENE FOISY, PGY-3 Resident, Obstetrics & Gynecology
(Faculty Advisor: Dr. Craig Burym)

Objectives:

  • Review epidemiology and complications of multiple gestation
  • Discuss evidence for fetal reduction
  • Describe selective termination in multiple gestation
  • Emphasize impact and importance of chorionicity

APRIL 10 2019

AMBULATORY PROCEDURAL GYNECOLOGY: AN EFFICIENT AND PATIENT CENTRED ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL SURGERY 
Representing the Manitoba Clinic Group:
DR. JOHN THIEL BSc, MSc, MB, FRCSC
Unified Department Head of Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Clinical Professor 
University of Saskatchewan

Objectives:

  • Outline alternative and less invasive options for managing abnormal uterine bleeding and intra-cavity lesions
  • Discuss risks of serious complications that can be mitigated in treating abnormal bleeding
  • Review benefits to patients, staff, and the system provided by access to procedure in an ambulatory setting

APRIL 17 2019

“RECURRENT PREGNANCY LOSS”
DR. GHADEER ALKUSAYER, PGY-3 Resident, Obstetrics & Gynecology
(Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jason Elliott)

Objectives:

  • Define recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) and describe it's  common etiologies
  • List the components of a relevant history and focused physical examination in a patient with RPL
  • Interpret the results of selected diagnostic tests and physical examination to determine the etiology of RPL
  • Identify appropriate treatments for patients with a history of RPL with surgical or nonsurgical methods depending on the etiology
  • Illustrate steps in counselling patients about the prognosis for successful treatment of RPL
  • Review current national and international guidelines about RPL  

MARCH 2019

MARCH 06 2019

"LABOR INDUCTION FOR FETAL DEMISE AND NON VIABLE PREGNANCIES: A LOOK INTO CURRENT AND FUTURE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES"

Dr. PAIGE ISABEY, PGY-3 Resident, Obstetrics & Gynecology

(Faculty Advisor: Dr. Helen Pymar)

Objectives:

  • To identify the current management options for second and third trimester induction of labor for IUFD, and review what our current practice is
  • Explore the pharmacokinetics, routes, and efficacy of misoprostol
  • To discuss the role of mifepristone and how it might improve our current management

MARCH 13 2019

“BREASTFEEDING: IDENTIFYING RISK AND SUPPORTING LACTATION SUCCESS FOR THE OBGYN 

Representing the Millenium Group:

Dr. KATHERINE KEARNS BSc, MD, CCFP, IBCLC

Dr. CHRISTINA RAIMONDI BSc, MD, CCFP, IBCLC

Objectives:

  • Understanding the breast as an exocrine organ
  • Identifying Risk factors for Breast Organ dysfunction
  • Influence of Labour Practices on Lactation
  • Special Considerations
  • Rethinking the MD role


MARCH 20 2019

LIKE A BRIDGE OVER BROKEN WATERS: OBSTETRICS & MIDWIFERY INTER-PROFESSIONALISM 

Dr. HEATHER WATSON, PGY-4 Resident, Obstetrics & Gynecology

KELLIE THEISSEN, MW, PhD

(Faculty Advisor: Dr. Margaret Morris)

Objectives:

  • Explore the history of the Ob-MW relationship & how this informs modern interactions
  • Identify key features of successful inter-professionalism
    • Relational
    • Institutional
  • Discuss interventions at other centres and their impact on the dynamic between Obs and MWs
  • Case Study: our personal experiences as collaborators
    • First Trimester chapter; opportunities for inter-professionalism
  • Women's OPD; Kellie's emerging role
  • Evaluate Manitoba’s current status of Ob-MW collaboration and explore strategies for enhancement

FEBRUARY 2019

FEBRUARY 13 2019

"SEIZING THE OPPORTUNITY: OPPORTUNISTIC SALPINGECTOMY AND OVARIAN CANCER PREVENTION"

LISA SPANGELO, PGY-4 Resident, Obstetrics & Gynecology

(Faculty Advisor: DR. HELEN PYMAR & DR. ALON ALTMAN)

Objectives:

  • Review the literature on the role of fallopian tubes in the development of ovarian cancer
  • Discuss the role of salpingectomy at the time of benign gynecologic surgery
  • Compare the risks and benefits of opportunistic salpingectomy
  • Review current guidelines on opportunistic salpingectomy

FEBRUARY 20 2019

“CESAREAN SCAR PREGNANCY: AN EMERGING PROBLEM

Representing the Maternal-Fetal Medicine Group:

CAROL SCHNEIDER, FRCSC

Associate Professor, University of Manitoba

Maternal Fetal Medicine

Objectives: 

  • How is the diagnosis of Cesarean scar pregnancy made?
  • What is the natural history of these pregnancies?
  • What treatments are available and how do they compare?
  • What are the risks in a subsequent pregnancy?
  • Is there a role for screening?
Live webcast at: umanitoba.ca/womens_health

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