Through our Grand Rounds, providers receive ongoing education in order to continue offering the top-quality care UW Medicine patients have come to expect. We feature guest speakers covering new developments in OB/GYN and related disciplines.

Grand Rounds 2020-2021 Schedule

See the sidebar for date, time and location information. To view a live Grand Rounds session at the scheduled time, click here. To view the archives, click here
2021 In-Person or Zoom Speaker Presentation
Sept 29 In-Person Barbara Goff, M.D. State of the Department Address
Oct 6 Zoom Debra Cherry, M.D. Intro to Occupational Reproductive Hazards
Oct 13 Zoom Dilys Walker TBD
Oct 20     No Grand Rounds
Oct 27 In-Person Olivia Chang, M.D. TBD
Nov 3 Zoom Michael Thomas, M.D. TBD
Nov 10     No Grand Rounds
Nov 17     No Grand Rounds
Nov 24     No Grand Rounds
Dec 1     No Grand Rounds
Dec 8 TBD Eliza Curnow, MSc, PhD TBD
Dec 15     No Grand Rounds
Dec 22     No Grand Rounds
Dec 29     No Grand Rounds


Grand Rounds
OB/GYN Grand Rounds

Educational Objectives

OB/GYN Grand Rounds support participants in identifying critical and timely issues that are in need of further attention; offer the appropriate expert education; and discussing how women’s health issues are changing and how best to adapt to those changes.

Upon completion of this OB/GYN activity, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss recent advances in medicine related to various disease states.
  • Incorporate new technologies and medicine into their practice when appropriate.
  • Outcomes: Providers will have increased knowledge about emerging trends in medicine and will apply this information in their practice to maintain competency and improve patient outcomes. 

CME Accreditation

The University of Washington School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 

The UW School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 27.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits (1.0 per session). Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.