The UCSF Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Clinical and Educational Services Behavioral Health Grand Rounds series (course number MGR23066; formerly known as Intensive Services Grand Rounds) seeks to promote excellence and quality in clinical care, introduce clinicians to recent advances in medical care, provide updates on scientific advances that affect the practice of medicine, and provide a forum for discussion of topics that strengthen the relationship of acute and academic psychiatry to the broader community.
Events are usually held at 1:00 p.m. on the fourth Monday of each month and are held in the Pritzker Building auditorium and online via Zoom. Advance registration is required to attend either in-person or online. Click on a date below for speaker details, learning objectives, and more information.
Clinical and Educational Services Behavioral Health Grand Rounds presentations are for educational purposes and intended only for behavioral/mental health professionals and clinical providers. Continuing education (CE) credit is available for physicians, psychologists, nurses, and therapists (LCSWs, LEPs, LMFTs, and LPCCs) who participate in this activity.
For more information about Clinical and Educational Services Behavioral Health Grand Rounds, contact series coordinator Gina Martinez.
Upcoming Clinical and Educational Services Behavioral Health Grand Rounds
No future events are currently scheduled for the 2022-2023 academic year. Please check back in early summer 2023 for updates about next year's schedule.
Previous 2022–2023 Clinical and Educational Services Behavioral Health Grand Rounds
Patients with Chronic Medical and Psychiatric Conditions: Is There a Role for Group Psychotherapy?
Amin Azzam, MD, MA (UCSF)Watch video
Avoiding Common Pitfalls in Acute Psychiatric Services: Malpractice and Abandonment
John Chamberlain, MD (UCSF)WATCH VIDEO
An Update on Integrative Treatment Options in Women's Mental Health
Anna Glezer, MD (UCSF/Women's Wellness Psychiatry)WATCH VIDEO
|NOTE: Certain presentations may not be recorded, either at the request of the speaker or due to technical issues.|