The next Grand Rounds of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science is scheduled on April 7th at noon. The speaker for this Grand Rounds session will be John Lion, MD, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, and Adjunct Faculty for the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University.
The title of Dr. Lion’s presentation is:
The Dark Side of Psychiatry: Stalking and Assaults Against Clinicians
Please note that Grand Rounds will be conducted via Zoom:
Join Zoom Meeting: https://temple.zoom.us/j/96675781358
Meeting ID: 966 7578 1358
Please see the attached flyer for more detailed information. A short biography and photo are attached as well.
The CME Office has set up the Grand Rounds presentations in their tracking system to help ensure that you receive Continuing Medical Education credit for viewing. Please note that there will be a unique activity code for each Grand Rounds session. Kim will also have the traditional sign-in sheets in the department if that is more convenient for you.
Instructions from the CME Office for April 7th:
"Below is the web link and activity code that can be communicated to participants who want to claim CME credit for attending.
Activity code: 59431
The system will require each individual to sign in to claim credit. Many of the faculty already have a record in our system, but likely have not accessed their record online and do not have a password yet. If they enter their TUHS email address and click “Forgot Password” or “Create Account”, the system should walk them through the appropriate steps."