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Medical Grand Rounds: The Pearls and Pitfalls of Pulmonary Function Tests

Georgia Kersche, MSc Candidate (TMED)

On Thursday, Translational Medicine graduate students had the privilege of hearing from Dr. Neder, an esteemed clinician-scientist of respirology. Using relevant clinical scenarios, Dr. Neder explained how pulmonary function tests (PFTs) help with clinical decision making, highlighting their value and the nuance of individual physiology.
 

Medical Grand Rounds featuring Dr. Jessica Trier

Sophia Linton, PhD Candidate (TMED) and Graduate Student TA 

Chief Resident Grand Rounds, presented by Dr. Monica Mullin and Dr. Thomas Swan

Max Moloney, MSc Candidate (Translational Medicine)

“Artificial Intelligence – Just What The Doctor Ordered” presented by Dr. David Holland

Caitlyn Vlasschaert, PhD student (Translational Medicine) and Queen’s Internal Medicine Resident

Draft KHSC New Transfusion Guidelines presented by Dr. Jeannie Callum

Jummy Oladipo, MSc Candidate (Translational Medicine)

At the February 11th Medical Grand Rounds, the Department of Medicine had the honour of hosting Dr. Jeannie Callum, a professor and director of Transfusion Medicine at Queen’s University. Dr. Callum’s presentation gave an overview of transfusion guidelines, focusing on the need to improve the appropriateness and efficiency of transfusion practices.

 

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