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

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 one hour.

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.

Grand Rounds Available for CME Credit
Other Grand Rounds
Title Presentor Expiration Date
IDE Trial for Fenestrated Thoracic Arch Stent Graft Dai Yamanouchi, MD, PhD 01/19/2017
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The Surgeon in the 21st Century: Practice, Investigation, and Education in the Age of Genomics and Technology Yuman Fong, MD 01/19/2017
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Surgical Education: Theoretical Perspectives and Innovations Sarah Sullivan, PhD 12/07/2016
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Rethinking Necrosis in Vascular Disease Bo Liu, PhD 12/07/2016
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Open and Hybrid Venous Reconstructions in the Endovascular Era Peter Gloviczki, MD 12/07/2016
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Gene Therapy for Surgical Diseases Hans Sollinger, MD, PhD 12/07/2016
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The Evolution of Human Flight: From Arm to Wing Samuel Poore, Dr. 11/10/2016
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It's SIMPL: System for rating resident operative performance Laura Torbeck, PhD 10/18/2016
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How mother's rare cells teach us both tolerance and immunity by decorating our dendritic cells with her exosomes Will Burlingham, PhD 10/08/2016
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Human Papillomavirus and Head and Neck Cancer Aaron Wieland, MD 09/20/2016
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Surgeons as Public Health Officers, are we there yet? Girma Tefera, MD 09/08/2016
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Straight Outta Princeton…The Story of Big Daddy Josh Mezrich, MD 09/08/2016
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Teaching Johnny How to Operate: Answering the Bell Gerald Fried, MD 10/08/2016
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The Inflammatory Response: Friend or Foe to Liver Surgeons? Allan Tsung, MD 05/18/2016
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Role of the HN Surgeon in the World of Health Care Reform Douglas Girod, MD 05/13/2016
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Global Surgery: A 21st Century Challenge Laura Fischer, MD 05/03/2016
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Surgical Decision-making: Bicuspid Aortopathy a Case in Point Thoralf Sundt, MD 04/29/2016
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The Story of Abdominal Adhesions Christopher Janowak, MD 04/10/2016
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Endovascular Care for Trauma Thomas Scalea, MD 03/29/2016
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New Perspectives in the Treatment of Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma Valerie Rusch, MD 03/22/2016
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In vivo somatic cell programming: a new frontier in intestinal failure Peter Nichol, MD,PhD 03/10/2016
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Surgical Management of Hepatocellular Cancer: A View From Both Sides of the Table John Daly, MD 03/10/2016
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Mentorship in Academic Surgery: UW Surgery's Data and the Next Generation Michael Bentz, MD, FAAP, FACS 02/23/2016
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The Surgeon Personality Vanessa Nomellini, MD,PhD 02/17/2016
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