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Grand Rounds

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Overview

Grand Rounds

The Grand Rounds is a monthly lecture series presenting cutting edge health research by leaders in their fields

Formerly known as Medical Forum, these seminars are designed for health professionals, academic and clinical researchers, and students across the Division of Health Sciences.

The Grand Rounds are hosted by the Dunedin School of Medicine, Te Kura Whaiora o Ōtepoti, as a joint initiative with the Otago Postgraduate Medical Society and proudly in association with the Southern District Health Board

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Coming up!

Tissue and data banking— potential benefits for the DSM and SDHB?

12pm–1pm Wednesday, 5 September 2018 | Barnett Lecture Theatre, 1st Floor Dunedin Hospital

Presented by

Over the past decade or so the use of human tissues in research has greatly increased worldwide. Perhaps even more so, patient data and patient tissue-derived data, has dramatically increased over the same timeframe.

Professor Eccles believes a Human Disability and Ethics Committee (HDEC)-registered tissue bank with an associated data bank in the DSM and SDHB would be helpful to manage patient tissue and data for unspecified future research. Pertinent to this idea is the anticipation that tissue- and data-led translational research will soon be able to directly inform clinical decision-making. Professor Eccles is involved in two national research programmes, the Maurice Wilkins Centre, and National Science Challenge - Healthier Lives, in which cancer tissue and data processing is centrally involved and evolving towards tissue- and data-led translational research. In the USA and Australia, for example, tissue and data banking are an important part of the infrastructure of many leading hospital/ medical school environments. In this presentation, Professor Mike Eccles will discuss these ideas while relating them to the research programmes he's involved with, and discuss new technologies on the horizon for cancer patient management.

Your participation

You are invited to contribute your thoughts about the use of tissue and data in health research by contributing to 7 discussion points on a scale (This will take no more than 5 mins).

A healthy brown paper bag lunch will be provided for the first 50 attendees.

Watch via Zoom | Facebook live | Periscope

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Grand Rounds calendar and venues

The Grand Rounds will occur from 12pm to 1pm on the first Wednesday of each month starting April through December 2018.

Keep up to date with the Grand Rounds with the Dunedin School of Medicine events calendar, Twitter feed, and Facebook page. 

Date Location Presentation
Grand Rounds 2018 Working Schedule - subject to change
4 April

Barnett Lecture Theatre,
1st Floor Dunedin Hospital

Conscientious objection in medicine—debating the issues
Bioethics Centre | Te Pokapū Matatika Koiora

Watch on YouTube

2 May

Barnett Lecture Theatre,
1st Floor Dunedin Hospital

We can do better: What the Primary and Community Care Strategy and Action Plan means for specialist services
Southern District Health Board 

Watch on YouTube

6 June

Barnett Lecture Theatre,
1st Floor Dunedin Hospital

The challenges of Hepatitis C virus in New Zealand
Dr Steve Johnson

Watch on YouTube

4 July

Barnett Lecture Theatre,
1st Floor Dunedin Hospital

It takes guts to get arthritis: The spondyloarthritis - Crohn’s Disease spectrum—a new paradigm?
Associate Professor Simon Stebbings and Associate Professor Michael Schultz

Watch on YouTube

1 August

Barnett Lecture Theatre,
1st Floor Dunedin Hospital

The addicted brain: reinventing psychosurgery?
Professor Dirk de Ridder and Professor Paul Glue

Watch on YouTube

5 September

Barnett Lecture Theatre,
1st Floor Dunedin Hospital

Tissue and data banking—potential benefits for the DSM and SDHB?
Professor Mike Eccles

Watch on YouTube

3 October

Barnett Lecture Theatre,
1st Floor Dunedin Hospital

Focus on Women and Children | Glucose monitoring technology and Type 1 diabetes—past, present, and future
Dr Ben Wheeler
7 November

Barnett Lecture Theatre,
1st Floor Dunedin Hospital

Focus on Heart Health | Myocardial infarction with nonobstructive coronary arteries
Professor Michael Williams and Dr Sean Coffey
5 December

Barnett Lecture Theatre,
1st Floor Dunedin Hospital

Special event | TBC

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Video recordings of past Grand Rounds

Video and audio recordings for previous seminars are available at the following links.

Tissue and data banking - potential benefits for the DSM and SDHB?

Presentation by Professor Mike Eccles (Department of Pathology) | 5 September 2018

Youtube

The addicted brain: Reinventing psychosurgery?

Presentation by Professor Paul Glue (Division of Health Sciences Associate Dean), Professor Dirk de Ridder (Neurological Foundation Chair in Neurosurgery), and Dr Sook Ling Leong.

Youtube

It takes guts to get arthritis: The spondyloarthritis - Crohn’s Disease spectrum—a new paradigm?

Presentations by Associate Professor Simon Stebbings (Consultant Physician in Rheumatology) and Associate Professor Michael Schultz (Head of Department, Department of Medicine) | 4 July 2018

Youtube

The challenges of Hepatitis C virus in New Zealand

A presentation by Dr Steve Johnson, Senior Lecturer and Senior Medical Officer, Department of Medicine | 6 June 2018

Youtube

We can do better: What the Primary and Community Care Strategy and Action Plan means for specialist services

A presentation by Dr Nigel Millar (Chief Medical Officer, Southern DHB) and Dr Doug Hill ( Chair, WellSouth PHO and GP) | 2 May 2018

YouTube

Conscientious objection in medicine—Debating the issues

A presentation by Dr Janine Winters and Dr Angela Ballantyne from the Bioethics Centre | 4 April 2018

Facebook live | Periscope

Predicting the behaviour of brain tumours using molecular signatures

Presented by Dr Tania Slatter, Department of Pathology | 7 June 2017

Slides and audio, opens in browser media player (download m4v 89 MB)

Audio only, opens in browser media player (download mp3 58 MB)

Why US cancer care is not exportable

Presented by Professor Sir Murray Brennan | 31 May 2017

Slides and audio, opens in browser media player (download m4v 56 MB)

Audio only, opens in browser media player (download mp3 58 MB)

Developing and evaluating new health care service delivery models across primary and secondary care

Presented by Professor Tim Stokes, Professor Murray Tilyard, Dr Fiona Doolan-Noble, and Dr Carol Atmore | 24 May 2017

Slides and audio, opens in browser media player (download m4v 130 MB)

Audio only, opens in browser media player (download mp3 58 MB)

Introducing Real Life Relationships: A DSM educational response to the issues of intimidation in medical practice

Presented by the Otago Medical Schools Education Group | 17 May 2017

Slides and audio, opens in browser media player (download m4v 129 MB)

Audio only, opens in browser media player (download mp3 58 MB)

TB elimination from New Zealand

Presented by Professor Philip Hill | 10 May 2017

Slides and audio, opens in browser media player (download m4v 129 MB)

Audio only, opens in browser media player (download mp3 58 MB)

An unexpected detour: Earthquake research at the Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Otago Christchurch

Presented by Dr Jenny Jordan | 26 April 2017

Slides and audio, opens in browser media player (download m4v 121 MB)

Audio only, opens in browser media player (download mp3 58 MB)

mHealth for diabetes and obesity prevention in Māori and Pacific communities

Presented by Dr Lisa Te Morenga, Department of Human Nutrition, Associate Dean Māori (Sciences) | 19 April 2017

Slides and audio, opens in browser media player (download m4v 69 MB)

Audio only, opens in browser media player (download mp3 58 MB)

The microbiome of children born preterm and artists: Evidence for long-term maintenance

Presented by Dr Justin O'Sullivan, featured alumnus | 12 April 2017

Slides and audio, opens in browser media player (download m4v 52 MB)

Audio only, opens in browser media player (download mp3 58 MB)

How safe are baby-led approaches to feeding solids? An update on the BLISS study

Presented by Associate Professor Anne-Louise Heath, Department of Human Nutrition; Postgraduate Research Group: Lisa Daniels, Louise Fangupo, and Claudia Leong | 5 April 2017

Slides and audio, opens in browser media player (download m4v 125 MB)

Audio only, opens in browser media player (download mp3 58 MB)

Ageing Well: National Science Challenge update

Presented by Professor David Baxter, Director, Ageing Well National Science Challenge, and Associate Professor Debra Waters, School of Physiotherapy | 29 March 2017

Slides and audio, opens in browser media player (download m4v 129 MB)

Audio only, opens in browser media player (download mp3 58 MB)

Dialysis outcomes in the elderly: What is important?

Presented by Professor Rob Walker | 15 March 2017

Slides and audio, opens in browser media player (download m4v 113 MB)

Audio only, opens in browser media player (download mp3 551 MB)

Video recordings of past years' Medical Forums are available to stream on UniTube at https://unitube.otago.ac.nz/album?a=7AId9Jkf0PP .

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Information for presenters

The Grand Rounds feature academic and clinical staff from Dunedin School of Medicine, and the Otago School of Medical Sciences as well as guests from related organisations such as the Southern District Health Board and WellSouth.

Changing allocated presentation date(s)

If a speaker wishes to change their allocated presentation, please notify yor contact person in the Office of the Dean at least 15 days prior to the scheduled presentation.

Funding for visiting lecturers

Funding for visiting speakers within New Zealand is available, by application, to support travel and accommodation. Please contact your contact person at the Dean's Department for further information.

Presentation guidelines

Planning your presentation:

  • The topic should be of general interest to most disciplines, as attendance is multi-disciplinary
  • Presentations that are interactive, controversial, topical, and / or that provide updates on new research are well-received
  • Presentations should be 40 minutes long, plus around 10 minutes for discussion

Speakers are asked to submit:

  • Full name and position
  • Title of presentation
  • Suggested name of person to introduce speaker (usually the Head of Department or visiting lecturer host)
  • Short presentation abstract (100-250 words)
  • Photos, images, and / or logos relevant to the presenter(s) and their research
  • A web link to a preferred bio for each speaker

On the day:

  • The Dunedin School of Medicine's ICT Support Group staff will be on-hand to provide technical support
  • Presenters should arrive at the lecture theatre by 11:50am to ensure that all IT requirements are met. As sound for the podcast is recorded through the lecture theatre's microphone, please use it as you normally would and not do so for the size of venue.

Permission to record the presentation

Grand Rounds presentations will be recorded using Otago Capture and shared on the University's YouTube channel. If you do not wish for the audio and slides of your talk to be shared, please opt out.

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Further information about the Grand Rounds

For all enquiries, please contact the Office of the Dean.

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