Penn State Children’s Hospital; Grand Rounds
Penn State Children’s Hospital; Grand Rounds
Pediatric Grand Rounds: Children’s Medical Center @ Winthrop-University Hospital – Long Island, NY
8:30 am – 9:30 am
Winthrop’s Children’s Medical Center has been named to U.S. News & World Report’s 2016-17 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings for demonstrating excellence in the specialties of:
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Screening ON BEAUTY and Presentation
Genetic Task Force of Illinois Website
The Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University will host its fourth annual “Conversations in Bioethics” program on February 2, 2017 on the topic of “disability.” Event info
5:00pm Student Gallery, Healy Hall, first floor
(drinks and passed hors d’oeuvres)
6:00pm Panel Discussion, Gaston Hall
(will also be live-streamed; check back for link)
We hope to see you there! Stay up to date on this year’s conversation by joining the Institute’s mailing list.
What is a disability, anyway?
In an era of ever-growing pharmaceutical enhancement, what counts as intellectually disabled, and why would that matter? How does the way we define disability (and normalcy) impact the just distribution of resources in society — and the way society treats those who happen to fall outside the norm? How are foundational concepts in ethics like dignity or autonomy complicated by reflection on the many ways we are dependent on others in the course of any “normal” human lifespan?
Each year, the Kennedy Institute of Ethics convenes a wide-ranging and personal conversation among expert panelists, preceded and informed by student work on the same topic. We can’t wait to share this year’s conversation, complicating the very notion of “disability.” Join us this February, in-person at Georgetown University, or digitally via live-stream, as our team goes deep on this thought-provoking and deeply important issue.
The Institute was founded in 1971 with support from the Rose and Joseph Kennedy Foundation, inspired in large part by the Foundation’s ongoing commitment to advancing the rights of the disabled. This year’s topic celebrates that founding vision of a world where the voices of the powerless are made powerful through thoughtful reflection and theory-driven advocacy, and it dives deep into some of the most complicated and interesting questions in disability ethics today.
Grand Rounds: Department of Dermatology, Resident Program 9-11 am
Lecture Hall 1B (ground floor) – Health Science Education Building
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
395 Lenox Road
Brooklyn, NY 11203
1st Year med Student Lecture @ 9am – NYC
Geisinger College of Medicine: Scranton, PA
1 st Year Med Student lecture
Photography, Thursday all day.
What is Sturge-Weber Syndrome?
Sturge-Weber Syndrome (SWS) (encephelotrigeminal angiomatosis) is a congenital, non-familial disorder caused by the GNAQ gene mutation. It is characterized by a congenital facial birthmark and neurological abnormalities. Other symptoms associated with Sturge-Weber can include eye, endocrine and organ irregularities, as well as developmental disabilities. Each case of Sturge-Weber Syndrome is unique and exhibits the characterizing findings to varying degrees.
Today was amazing! After a Positive Exposure presentation to the 1st Year Med Students, we then broke out into smaller groups for a FRAME Workshop. And our PEARLS Ambassador, Alexianna, was there raising awareness about Treacher Collins syndrome.
FRAME Prompts – think about a patient with this condition:
The Biggest and Best PARADE Yet! Thank you Mayors Office for People with Disabilities!
CHILDREN”S HOUSE FOR THE SOUL Presents: FRAME Premiere in Houston: Limousines to the theater and the Paparazzi.
THE SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF LIVING WITH A SKIN DISORDER!
1st Year Medical Student Orientation + FRAME Workshop.
Photography and Presentation: Saturday June 29
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bethesda – Washington DC
SLOS is a metabolic disorder caused by a mutation in the DHCR7 (7-dehydrocholesterol reductase) gene on chromosome 11. This gene codes for an enzyme that is involved in the production of cholesterol. People who have SLOS are unable to make enough cholesterol to support normal growth and development.
POSITIVE EXPOSURE Photography, workshop and presentation!
Family Conference @ Boston Children’s Hospital
CLOVES Syndrome stands for Congenital, Lipomatous, Overgrowth, Vascular Malformations, Epidermal Nevi and Spinal/Skeletal Anomalies and/or Scoliosis. CLOVES is caused by a somatic genetic mutation in a gene called PIK3CA that increases the activity of the gene. CLOVES belongs to a category of diseases known as PIK3CA-overgrowth spectrum or PROS.
Positive Exposure in Perth, Australia
A collaboration with the Wilhelm Foundation and individuals that are living with an undiagnosed condition.
Australia’s first Undiagnosed Diseases Program (UDP) is currently underway in Western Australia. The UDP-WA aims to provide a definitive diagnosis for people with complex and long-standing medical conditions.
POSITIVE EXPOSURE in Australia.
Presenting to Genetic Counselors at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
Undergrads at the University of Melbourne in collaboration with Dr. Ingrid Winship
Photography with individuals living with Epidermolysis Bullosa and HHT ( Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectastic)
Positive Exposure will premier our latest FRAME films created with support from the WITH FOUNDATION!
9:15 AM – “RED CARPET” FILM SCREENING AT THE LITTLE THEATRE
CP in FRAME
Autism in FRAME
Intellectual Disability in FRAME