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Accreditation Statement FY23

In support of improving patient care, University of Minnesota, Interprofessional Continuing Education is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.
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Credit Designation Statements 

American Medical Association (AMA)
The University of Minnesota, Interprofessional Continuing Education designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Other Healthcare Professionals
Other healthcare professionals who participate in this CE activity may submit their statement of participation to their appropriate accrediting organizations or state boards for consideration of credit. The participant is responsible for determining whether this activity meets the requirements for acceptable continuing education.

How to record attendance and claim credits

You must record your attendance and claim credit from each session within 24 hours of it ending. You can do so by:

1. Sending a text message (the code will be displayed live at the event)
2. Claiming your credit online (by signing in to your CE portal account)
3. Using UMN’s Cloud CME mobile app to scan a QR code (displayed live at the event)
For information, please review this document for a step-by-step guide on how to create your CE Portal account, how to claim credit, and how to access your RSS credit records. 

How to access your transcripts

Your attendance and corresponding CE credit for participating in Regularly Scheduled Series are recorded and available for you to access anytime.

  • Sign into your CE Portal account at z.umn.edu/CEPortal

  • Click “My CE” in the top menu bar

  • Click on “Transcript” where you can filter by date range to view your transcript record. Credits are listed by Credit Type so be sure to review all pages of your transcript.

You can opt to download or email a copy of your transcript from this screen.


If you have the CloudCMEapp, ensure you are signed into your existing account. Select“My Transcript” and then select view or email. Be sure to check your transcript regularly to ensure your credits are being properly recorded; contact rsc@umn.edu if you notice any discrepancies.

The CE Portal is a new platform to UMN and will not contain historical records; you will only see RSS records for July 1, 2021 and forward on your transcript in addition to any attendance information that you have recorded for conferences and online learning that you have completed since January 1, 2021. Records are specific to CE courses provided by University of Minnesota Office of Continuing Professional Development.

Helpful hint – you can optionally upload any of your CE documents you have received and utilize your CE Portal account to store your overall CE records by selecting the “Upload Files” option within the Transcript. Once you upload your CE documents, they will automatically append to your Transcript report providing you with a convenient place to record all of your CE information.

February 1, 2023

Mark A. Frye, MD

Mark A. Frye, M.D., is a Consultant in the Department of Psychiatry &  Psychology at Mayo Clinic. He is the past Chair of the Department of Psychiatry & Psychology (2010-2020) and is recognized with the distinction of the Stephen and Shelley Jackson Family Professorship in Individualized Medicine. Born and raised in Rochester, Dr. Frye received his M.D. from the University of Minnesota and completed his psychiatric training at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. He subsequently completed a fellowship at the National Institute of Mental Health in Bethesda, Maryland with a research focus on the neurobiology of treatment resistant depression and bipolar disorder. Read more.

Talk Title: Collaborations Fostering Precision Medicine & Population Health Care Delivery in Depression


March 1, 2023

Jane Gagliardi, MD, MHS, FACP, DFAPA

Jane P. Gagliardi, MD, MHS, FACP, DFAPA completed medical school, residency training in combined internal medicine-psychiatry, and her masters of health science in the clinical research training program at Duke, where she has remained on faculty since completing residency training. Dr. Gagliardi has been involved in the educational programs in the Department of Medicine, where she served as Clerkship Director and Director of Undergraduate Medical Education for nearly a decade through June, 2014 and in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, where she served as the Associate Program Director for the Psychiatry Residency Training Program from 2011 till 2013, Director of the Psychiatry Residency Training Program from 2013 through 2019, and Director of the Medicine-Psychiatry Residency Training Program starting in 2019. She served as Vice Chair for Education in Psychiatry from 2014 though 2021. Read more.


March 29, 2023

Hamed Ekhtiari, MD, PhD

Dr. Ekhtiari, who will be on the Physician Scientist track, completed his MD at the School of Medicine and his PhD in neuroimaging at Tehran University of Medical Sciences in Iran. He won a national award for his work as an associate editor of the Iranian Textbook of Psychiatry and helps edit the journal, Current Addiction Reports, in addition to providing editorial support for several other journals. He is a lecturer and course organizer for the International Cognitive Neuroscience Online Course, which has almost 130 students enrolled from 20 countries. Read more.


April 5, 2023

Brandon Staglin, MS

As President of One Mind, Brandon Staglin channels his deep experience in communications, advocacy, and personal schizophrenia recovery to drive brain health research, services, and media to heal lives. His best-known advocacy work has been for the growth of science-driven, large-scale. continuously improving prevention and early intervention services for youth facing serious psychiatric illness. He has published numerous articles in well-known journals and earned numerous advocacy awards. Brandon serves on councils for the World Economic Forum, the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health, the California Department of Health Care Services, Mindstrong Health, and Stanford University’s Prodrome and Early Psychosis Program Network, and is a member of The Stability Network. He earned a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration and Interprofessional Leadership from UCSF in September 2018, and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Engineering Sciences and Anthropology from Dartmouth College in 1993. Read more.


May 3, 2023

Sherry Chan, MD

Dr. Chan's main research interests are in the evaluation of early intervention service, Longitudinal outcomes of psychosis, Treatment resistant schizophrenia, Psychopathology (particularly insight and delusion) and its neurobiological basis, Metacognition and insight, psychotic-like experience. Read more.


May 17, 2023

Brian Trieu

Several neuropsychiatric diseases implicate an imbalance of excitatory and inhibitory activity within the striatum, including autism spectrum disorder and addiction. My research seeks to 1) understand how the endogenous opioid system can selectively modulate synaptic transmission and plasticity and 2) how specific opioid-dependent mechanisms of plasticity can restore excitation-inhibition balance in animal models for neuropsychiatric disease. Elucidating specific mechanisms of opioid-dependent plasticity will contribute to the development of novel therapeutics that take advantage of unique synapse-specific elements and allow for a transdiagnostic approach toward treatment of neuropsychiatric diseases. Read more.


June 7, 2023

Rachel Marsh, PhD

Dr. Rachel Marsh received a BA in psychology from Skidmore College and a PhD in experimental psychology from the City University of New York. The focus of her graduate work was on cognitive and language development in infants. During her postdoctoral training, she began developing expertise in fMRI techniques and studying the functioning and development of the frontostriatal circuits that support self-regulatory capacities in healthy individuals and in those with psychopathologies that emerge during childhood and adolescence (e.g., Tourette syndrome, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and eating disorders).  Read more.


Series Overview

The series is designed to connect emerging science with psychiatric practice. Lectures allow for presentation by experts; Q&A allows for extensive involvement of audience and lends itself to large group of learners/participants.

Series Objectives
  1. Summarize updates in diagnosis, treatment and research for various medical conditions.
  2. Compare diagnostic and treatment options with team members.
  3. Discuss appropriate strategies to address patient or team-based issues.

Upcoming Speakers

Event Details

Occurs monthly on the 1st Wednesday of the Month

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM, Live Webinar and In-Person

For questions regarding this RSS, contact Daniel Franks, dfranks@umn.edu.

If you are having login or registration issues, please email psychiatrygr@umn.edu.

Grand Rounds Videos

Recordings of past Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Grand Rounds lectures are available online. With permission, new recordings are added a day or two after each lecture.

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