Rounds and Seminars

Hospital "rounds" are an integral part of hospital life. They are regularly scheduled educational events in all departments with presentations and case discussion on various medical and health-related topics. Rounds have become a multiprofessional forum for sharing and exchanging ideas, learning both on the "cutting edge" and updates on common topics. Rounds are open to all our hospital staff and physicians. 

Some rounds are Webcasted “live” and some may even be archived for future viewing.  “Live” events can be accessed here or you can follow the Webcast link that will be available with each session. 

Information on resolving technical issues can be found here.

NYGH archived events are available for up to two years on the OTN network. These are for NYGH staff and physicians and require a password. Please contact conference services or the Centre for Education for the login information.


Multidisciplinary Rounds

Virtual Medical Grand Rounds

  • A primer on cannabis (in epilepsy) 
    Tuesday, March 31, 8 to 9 a.m. 
    Speaker: Jerry Chen

    Webcast link

 

OTN Broadcast Support Information

Please ensure you TEST your internet browser and Microsoft Silverlight BEFORE your webcast event. These links can be found on the left-hand side of the main page of OTN's Webcasting Centre.

The Webcasting Centre uses MediaSite components and works best with the following operating systems or browsers.

  • Microsoft Windows 7, 8, or 10
  • Internet Explorer 11
  • Mac OS X 10.5.7 or later
  • Safari

Go to the Webcast Centre Support Page for additional information and a list of browser plug-ins that are required to use other operating systems or browsers.  

If you cannot resolve your problem via the steps outlined on the Support Page, please contact techsupport@otn.ca or call 1-855-654-0888 during regular business hours. You will need to have the event number, which are the at the end of the Webcast Link. Participants must contact OTN with technical issues, as the event organizer/coordinator is unable to resolve technical issues.