Jan 8th, 2016
Matthew Koenigg, MD
Associate Medical Director, Neurocritical Care
Queens Medical Center
Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine and Surgery, University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine
Hawaii Monthly Neuroscience CMEfor ACGME Residency Programs at Tripler Army Medical Center
263C, Bldg. 4 D Wing
1 Jarrett White Rd
Honolulu, HI 96859
Every 2nd Fridays
11:00 am-12:00 pm
Scope of Practice: This activity is a grand rounds program for an academic training site - with faculty, residents and fellows. Faculty and authors should use generic or scientific names whenever possible. If trade names will be used, then the trade names of all similar products of those within a class should be used.
Overall Activity Objectives:
Discuss the neurosciences of illness, so that these disorders can be more fully recognized and treated effectively and efficiently. Describe recent updates of evidence-based approaches to patient care, thus leading to more consistent and more robust treatment responses. Identify best practices in teaching and training of new psychiatrists that will allow trainees and supervisors to best engage for optimal medical teaching outcomes.
Target Audience: The target audience for this educational activity includes physicians, and allied mental health professionals, as well as other healthcare professionals who have experience in the diagnosis and/or treatment of patients with psychiatric disorders or mental illnesses.