May 12 Grand Rounds Quiz Bowl
Children's Minnesota hosts this one hour pediatric grand rounds presentation featuring this year's pediatric chief residents, Caleb Hocutt, MD and Andrew Piropato, MD. The format for this presentation will be in an interactive, fun, and engaging gaming platform. Come and join the fun in testing your knowledge on a variety of topics!
Healthcare clinicians caring for pediatric patients and their families.
1. Test our pediatric knowledge in a fun, game-based format
2. Identify possible areas for future Grand Rounds topics
Caleb Hocutt, MD (he/him/his)
Caleb was born and raised in Indianapolis, IN. After living as a middle sibling in a family of 3, he moved to Chicago to complete his undergraduate studies at Loyola University Chicago before returning to his home state to attend Indiana University School of Medicine. He completed his residency training in pediatrics at the University of Minnesota and is currently the chief resident for the program stationed at the Minneapolis campus of Children's Minnesota. Caleb enjoys hiking with his dog (Rogue), trying out new recipes in the kitchen, and playing volleyball. In July he will be heading to Salt Lake City to start fellowship training in Hematology/Oncology at the University of Utah.
Andrew Piropato, MD (he/him/his)
Andrew was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He went to medical school at Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis before coming to the Twin Cities for pediatrics residency! He is currently the pediatrics chief resident at Children's - St. Paul. He and his wife live in St. Paul with their two children, ages 4 and 1. There is no room in their house for any pets. They enjoy visiting wonderful state and local parks, traveling, and staying on top of the latest Daniel Tiger episodes. After his chief year wraps up, Andrew and his family will head back to Indiana to be closer to family. Andrew is very excited to begin work as a primary care pediatrician, but will be sad to leave the northern midwest and its fondness for cheese curds!
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- 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
- 1.00 ANCC
- 1.00 Attendance
Children's Minnesota employees only
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- Open your confirmation email from this course
- Click the add to calendar link (this will download the .ics file to your computer)
- Open your Outlook calendar
- Select "Add calendar" from the left pane just above My Calendars
- Select "Upload from file" in the Add calendar window.
- Select Browse, go to your Downloads folder and select the .ics file.
- Select the Calendar you want the appointment to show up in, typically Calendar and then select Import.
You will need a computer or phone with either internet or wifi access.