The University of Wisconsin Department of Surgery recently introduced a Community General Surgery Residency Track, a program designed to prepare residents in the full breadth of clinical and procedural skills required to practice general surgery in a variety of communities and practice settings, including a small community practice. An article on the new Community General Surgery Residency Track appears in the latest issue of Quarterly, the alumni magazine of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health (see page 40).
Other Department of Surgery mentions in the current issue of Quarterly include:
- A review of the March 2015 Mini Med School on “Cancer Research and Treatment.” Department Chair K. Craig Kent, MD, serves as a mini dean for the series. (see page 33)
- Photo of the 2015 Alpha Omega Alpha honor society inductees, including three of our PGY-1s – Chad Ennis, Matt Hoffman, and Trista Stankowski-Drengler. (see page 26)
- Interview with Sarah Tevis, MD, PGY-4, SMPH 2010 class representative. (see page 22)