One Health Grand Rounds provides an in-depth case study encompassing several healthcare disciplines. The College of Dental Medicine – Illinois developed a triannual One Health Grand Rounds open to all colleges. Following a student case study presentation, Midwestern University faculty experts from various healthcare professions present short 10-minute perspectives on topics specific to the patient’s condition. Students hear information from practicing physicians, pharmacists, biomedical scientists and others thereby gaining valuable insight into the benefits of collaborative problem-solving.
The Veterinary Medicine faculty also present weekly One Health Comparative Pathology Grand Rounds for the Glendale Campus, and Daily Gross Pathology Rounds are in development.
The Physical Therapy and Veterinary Medicine programs on the Glendale Campus paired up to provide a new canine rehabilitation program. Animal patients receive physical therapy from Midwestern University faculty at the Companion Animal Clinic following surgery or other treatment.
An interprofessional group of Downers Grove Campus and clinical faculty provided a falls screening event for the community. Falls are the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries among older adults. Midwestern University occupational therapy, clinical psychology, pharmacy, and osteopathic medicine students were also involved in providing a portion of the screenings.