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Fellow Conferences

Clinical Conference

The Clinical Conference, or GI Grand Rounds, is held every Wednesday from 1pm-2pm in the Folkman Auditorium. These lectures are focused on clinical advances and recent findings in pediatric GI/Nutrition and Hepatology.

Tuesday Morning Fellows' Lecture

The Tuesday Morning Lecture Series, a weekly teaching conference, is the core curriculum of our Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition program. This is a fellows-only conference that features superb teaching from our clinical faculty. Listed below is a selection of the lecture topics covered:

Acute Liver Failure
Acute Diarrhea
Intro to Motility
Allergy: Assessment Food Allergies
Nutrition- Enteral Nutrition/ Vitamins
Pancreatitis
Viral Hepatitis ABC
Normal Growth And Development
Vomiting
Aerodigestive Disease
Management Perianal Crohn's
Intestinal Failure
Autoimmune Hepatitis
Intro To Manometry
Constipation
Acute Liver Failure
Upper GI Bleed/Foreign Bodies Intro
Inflammatory Bowel Disease I- Diagnosis
Inflammatory Bowel Disease II- Treatment
Sedation
Acute Diarrhea
Eosinophilic Esophagitis
Feedback Session
GERD
Metabolism
Colonoscopy
Nutrition: Enteral Nutrition/Vitamin Supplements
Assessment Food Allergies

GI Weekly Schedule

Below is a schedule of weekly events within GI. If you have any questions or would like further information about these events, please contact Cacilda Teixeira at Cacilda.Teixeira@childrens.harvard.edu.

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
7:30 - 8:00 Inpatient Rounds   Inpatient Conference Inpatient Conference Inpatient Conference
7:30-8:30   Fellows' Lecture Series      
12PM- 1PM       GI Didactic Conference  
1PM- 2PM     Clinical Conference Longwood Conference Pathology Rounds
2PM-3PM     IBD Rounds    
4PM-5PM     Clinical Research Conference (twice per month) Basic Science Conference  

Longwood Nutrition Conference

Each Monday, the Nutrition Department at the Harvard School of Public Health hosts a lecture for the Longwood Community. Lecture subjects range from global to local nutrition and obesity findings, prevention strategies, and research approaches.

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