A regularly scheduled didactic presentation at a teaching hospital in which one or more actual cases are used to illustrate a selected medical topic to health care professionals, particularly those in training.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
FACP’s Practice Group Committee is pleased to present a Collaborative version of “Grand Rounds,” modeled after the medical teaching process.
We are inviting you and your practice group members to participate as presenters, and by submitting issues for future discussion, based on actual Collaborative family law cases. Each month, a different practice group will present on one of the submitted cases at a virtual lunch hour (12-1pm EST) meeting. Ideally, one attorney, one mental health professional and one financial professional will present for the first part of each session, with whole-group discussion thereafter.
Our Grand Rounds series will be held on the third Friday of each month. Please send an email to Brittany Staggs, the FACP Administrator, at (Brittany.firstname.lastname@example.org) and she will forward a monthly reminder to you for distribution to your practice group members. We welcome participation from FACP members and non-members alike. Registration information will be on the reminder/invitation from Brittany, who will be receiving the registrations and following up with a zoom link for all registered participants.
Case studies and best practices for future discussion may be submitted to Kelly Forst (email@example.com) (CFL-CFL) or Lizette Reboredo (firstname.lastname@example.org) (CFLI), Co-chairs of the Grand Rounds Subcommittee of the FACP Practice Group Committee. Practice group leaders should coordinate with their members to plan future sessions and contact Liz or Kelly to express interest in presenting. Our hope is that, eventually, we will be able to offer a variety of topics for the presenting practice group to choose from. We are now looking for presenters for July and beyond (the early presenters need not select from pre-submitted cases).
Thank you for your anticipated participation, and we look forward to learning with you!
To register for our Grand Round events visit our events page.