Rebecca Sippel in operating room

Education & Training

Resources for current physicians

Our online surgery Grand Rounds are offered each year, September through May, for free CE credit with self-assessment.

Learn more about our Surgery Grand Rounds.

Our Voice & Swallow Clinics Lecture Series is comprised of expert lectures recorded live during private offerings held at the UW Voice & Swallow Clinic that you can review to earn CEU credit year round.

Learn more about our Voice & Swallow Clinics Lecture Series.


The GlovesOn goal is to educate the region’s surgeons on techniques available at UW Health to expand and enhance their surgical practice.

Learn more about our GlovesOn program.

Our doctors are available to speak on a variety of surgery topics for your monthly or weekly journal clubs, case conferences, grand rounds and tumor boards.

Learn more about our Outreach Talks.

Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is an international telehealth initiative. In our branch of the program, we connects the surgical specialists in the UW Department of Surgery with primary care providers across the region. Via a regularly scheduled videoconferences, UW specialists provide education and lead a collaborative discussion on submitted patient cases.

Learn more about Project ECHO®.

Caprice Greenburg in meetingThe Wisconsin Surgical Coaching Program adapts methodology and theory from the disciplines of education, music, athletics and executive coaching to develop a video-based coaching program for surgeons.

Learn more about surgical coaching opportunities.

The University of Wisconsin Otolaryngology Community Forum is a recurring lecture series featuring presentations from members of the UW interdisciplinary otolaryngology team including otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons, advanced practice providers (NP/PA), nursing, researchers in otolaryngology, audiologists, speech language pathologists, fellows and residents-in-training. These presentations are intended to the provide participant with evidence-based management of conditions of the head and neck, broaden their understanding, and engage.

Learn more about the Otolaryngology Community Forum.