Preventive Medicine Grand Rounds
The Preventive Medicine Grand Rounds is a lecture series focused on applying systems-based approaches to help prepare public health leaders to efficiently address major population health issues. The goal of the Grand Rounds is to provide a learning forum with real life public health projects that reinforce leadership and management skills for: preventive medicine residents and faculty; physicians, registered nurses, veterinarians, and other health practitioners working to improve the health of populations; and public health leaders and managers.
Preventive Medicine is defined by the American College of Preventive Medicine (ACPM) as the practice of promoting preventive health care to improve patient well-being. The goal is to ultimately prevent disease, disability, and death. What is Preventive Medicine? | ACPM
As preventive medicine and public health share the ultimate goal of improving population health, each lecture will feature an experienced preventive medicine and public health professional or clinical practitioner as they describe how they used a systems-based approach to accomplish public health and population health goals.