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Clinical Case Discussions and Video Conference Archive
Originally broadcast live, these archived discussions link health providers from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine with providers from in-country partner institutions to address a wide range of clinical practice and science issues.
Hosted by Dr. Natasha Chida, Global Grand Rounds in Infectious Diseases (GGRID) assists health providers in caring for persons with infectious diseases (ID), using case-based instruction to provide accessible, evidence-based, and easy to use information. GGRID takes advantage of experts in global health and infectious diseases to present updated information.
All case presentations in this program have been standardized and quality assured in selection, presentation and discussion. Our goal is to publish and build a library of cases within this program to maximize the professional development of our presenters and the infectious disease knowledge of our learners.
Hosted by Dr. Maunank Shah, this case-based webcast brings together clinicians caring for patients with active tuberculosis to discuss diagnostic and therapeutic challenges. Participants include clinical TB experts from the Johns Hopkins University Division of Infectious Diseases, University of California—Los Angeles and LA County TB program, Harvard University-Beth Israel, and local and regional health departments.
Hosted by Dr. Natasha Chida, this is a case-based discussion series among and for clinicians caring for patients with HIV/AIDS. Participants in this series include the Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College; National AIDS Research Institute; DY Patil Medical College, Hospital, and Research Center; and and Krishna Medical College.