Family Medicine Grand Rounds lectures are held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month. These educational talks are streamed via WebEx and feature a variety of topics from leading experts in the field. If you are interested in more information about opportunities to attend Grand Rounds, please contact Reid_Johnson@med.unc.edu.
Upcoming Grand Rounds Lectures
November 11th, 2020:
Ghazaleh Moayedi, DO, MPH, FACOG (she/her/hers)
Complex Family Planning Specialist
Dr. Ghazaleh Moayedi is a Board Certified OB/GYN and Complex Family Planning Specialist living and working in Texas. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin and completed her medical training at Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth. She trained as an OB/GYN resident at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in El Paso, where she proudly served a bi-national community. Dr. Moayedi completed fellowship training in Complex Family Planning at the University of Hawai’i, where she also received her Master of Public Health degree in Health Policy and Management. Currently, Dr. Moayedi not only serves as an OB hospitalist for her community, but she is also one of the few physicians providing second trimester abortion care in Texas. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Moayedi conducts research aimed at improving access to abortion care and improving abortion experiences for patients. Dr. Moayedi is also a fierce advocate for her community. She is involved in local, state, and national reproductive health, rights, and justice advocacy through her service on the Board of Directors for Texas Equal Access Fund and Physicians for Reproductive Health as well as the Board President for NARAL Pro-Choice Texas.
December 9th, 2020:
The war on drugs, mass incarceration and public health
Dana K. Rice, Dr.PH (She, Her, Hers)
Public Health Leadership Program (PHLP), UNC-CH Gillings School of Global Public Health
Dana Rice, DrPH, assistant professor, is a public health practitioner and researcher who examines best practices in public health leadership and community engagement with a health equity, social justice and human rights lens. Her primary focus is on the integration of public health and correctional health systems and the impact of mass criminalization and mass incarceration on public health. She was a recipient of the student-nominated Award for Excellence in Teaching and Innovation, the peer-nominated Delta Omega Faculty Award and a UNC Equity in Teaching fellow.
Past Grand Rounds Lectures
“Travel Health in the Time of COVID-19… and Beyond”
Philip Sloane, MD, MPH
“Cardiac Evaluation for Chest Pain”
Charles Hicks, MD, FACC
“Care of the Geriatric Patient”
Mallory McClester-Brown, MD
“Special education outcomes among children with hearing impairment: clinician advocacy for health and education equity”
Sherise Epstein, MD, MPH