The Kenneth B. Schwartz Center Rounds


The Schwartz Center Rounds began at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center the Fall of 2004. It is a multidisciplinary forum where professional caregivers discuss difficult emotional and social issues that arise in caring for patients and their families in an effort to support and advance health care in which caregivers, patients and their families relate to one another in a way that provides hope to the patient, support to the caregivers and sustenance to the healing process.

The Schwartz Center Rounds are provided the third Wednesday of every month, September to May. A complimentary lunch is provided.

The topic of discussion for 2008-2009 is “When is Enough, Enough?”

Over 37,000 clinicians across the country participate in these interactive discussions and share their experiences, thoughts and feelings on different topics. The Schwartz Center Rounds take place at 160 sites in 26 states. For further information visit The Kenneth B. Schwartz Center web site at

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