Family Medicine Grand Rounds

Family Medicine Grand Rounds: Malnutrition - Making a Difference in Hospital and Beyond

January 20, 2022
08:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Presenter: Leah Gramlich

These rounds will review the latest evidence on the impact of hospital-based malnutrition and effective methods to detect, prevent and treat this debilitating condition in hospital and post discharge. The cutting-edge research that has been conducted by the Canadian Malnutrition Task Force over the last decade in the development, implementation and dissemination of evidence-based protocols, pathways and tools, will be highlighted.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recall the key evidence around hospital malnutrition.
  • Identify key aspects of evidence-based approaches that can minimize the risk of malnutrition.
  • Explore ways to integrate the latest findings related to malnutrition into their medical practices.

 Advanced registration required:

Resources from previous Grand Rounds

September 17, 2020

Polypharmacy, with speakers Dr. Donna Manca, Dr. Scott Garrison and Dr. Mark Makowsky
Click here to access polypharmacy resources from this session.

January 21, 2021

Obesity Canada Website - access to webinars, chapters and OC Connect Pro, etc.


About Grand Rounds

Family Medicine Grand Rounds is a forum to share and discuss scholarly and practical work pertaining to family medicine and of interest to individuals working within a family medicine environment. The primary purpose of these Grand Rounds is to bring together family medicine professionals to hear and discuss thought-provoking presentations on topics of importance to family medicine and to primary health care broadly. Family Medicine Grand Rounds are held approximately four times annually.

Rounds are open to family medicine faculty, residents, preceptors, medical students, researchers, community physicians, medical students, residents from other medical specialty areas and allied health professionals working with family physicians.


Please note that topics may be subject to change based on speaker availability and topic demand. For more information or questions about Grand Rounds, please contact Danica Erickson: