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How to obtain free AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ with self-assessment

  1. Choose a session
  2. Sign in or register
  3. Watch the session
  4. Complete the short post-test and course evaluation
  5. Print your credit letter

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Grand Rounds

Welcome to the University of Wisconsin Department of Surgery free online CME! Our surgery Grand Rounds are offered year round for free CME credit with self-assessment. Work at your own pace from your office or home and start obtaining your free CME today.

Free accredited online CME for surgery Grand Rounds is sponsored by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Department of Surgery and Office of Continuing Professional Development in Medicine and Public Health.

Viewing our online Grand Rounds and successfully completing the online post test will provide you with AMA PRA Category 1 Creditâ„¢ with self-assessment. The estimated time to complete this activity, including review of the materials, is 1 hour.

Grand Rounds Available for CME Credit
Other Grand Rounds
Title Presentor Expiration Date
Of Math and Medicine: Advancing Transplant Surgery Through Novel Mathematical Approaches Dorry Segev, MD, PhD 04/15/2015
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Understanding GERD Thomas Demeester, MD 03/18/2015
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Myths in Surgical Care: A Personal Perspective Anna Ledgerwood, MD 03/04/2015
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Machine Learning in Health Services Research: Getting a Second Opinion From Your Computer David Schneider, MD, MS 03/12/2015
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Advances in Pediatric Minimally Invasive Surgery Charles Leys, MD 02/23/2015
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Preoperative Cardiac and Pulmonary Risk Assessment and Reduction Prateek Gupta, MD 01/26/2015
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Minimally Invasive Approaches to Esophageal Resection. Kenneth Meredith, MD 01/15/2015
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How to live a long sweet life or how does the surgeon find the sweet spot between work and play ?? Fact and Fiction. Zorba Paster, MD 01/26/2015
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The Case for Bariatric Surgery: A Public Health Perspective Luke Funk, MD 12/10/2014
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It's All About the Focus: Distractions to a surgical QI program Greg Kennedy, MD PhD 12/04/2014
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Matters of the Heart: What Matters in Predicting Perioperative Cardiac Risk. Mary Hawn, MD 12/04/2014
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Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement Takushi Kohmoto, MD and Amish Raval, MD 11/26/2014
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Pancreatic Surgery as a Portal to the Future of Academic Surgery Kevin Behrns, MD 11/12/2014
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Minnelide: a novel therapy for treating pancreatic cancer Ashok Saluja, PhD 11/05/2014
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Hemorrhage: Can parts make a whole? Amy Liepert, MD 10/13/2014
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New paradigms in cancer treatment: From bedside to bench and back again Nipun Merchant, MD 09/23/2014
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Current Status of the treatment for the Patients with AAA and TAA in Japan Kimihiro Komori, MD, PhD, FACS 10/13/2014
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Preventing Readmissions and A Novel Approach to Surgical Site Complications Travis Engelbert, MD 09/09/2014
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Clinical and Personal Effectiveness Julie Freischlag, MD 06/16/2014
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Unsafe, Effective, or Close Enough? Demystifying FDA Medical Device Regulation Richard Galgon, MD, MS 05/30/2014
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Mentoring in the Clinical Years: From Fostering Interest to Ensuring a Successful Match Rebecca Sippel, MD 05/30/2014
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Experimental and Clinical Craniofacial Transplantation Stephen Bartlett, MD 05/19/2014
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Surviving Sepsis Campaign 2012: An Update Sara Buckman, MD 05/05/2014
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