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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.

Provided 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
Vaginal Reconstructive Surgery Christine Heisler, MD, MS 11/27/2017
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Residency Redesign: Is it time? David Mercer, MD 11/27/2017
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Does Resident Participation Impact Surgical Outcomes? John Scarborough, MD 11/14/2017
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A Day in the Life: Angst and Despair… Resilience and Hope David Rothenberger, MD 11/14/2017
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Medical Advances as a Result of War James P. Cole, DO, FACS 11/03/2017
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Management of Post-surgical chronic pain Alaa Abd-Elsayed, MD, MPH 11/03/2017
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Cell-based therapies for cancer James Economou, MD, PhD 11/03/2017
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The Escalating Attack on Surgery: Defining Surgical Health Policy Advocacy Amy Liepert, MD 11/03/2017
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I am Endoscopy, and so can you Amber Shada, MD 10/05/2017
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General Surgery Training for Rural Practice Karen Deveney, MD 07/04/2017
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A Review on "Living Donor Liver Transplantation" Oya Andacoglu, M.D. 06/07/2017
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Patient-Centered Approaches To Improving Vascular Practice Philip Goodney, MD, MS 06/07/2017
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Complex Abdominal Wall Repair: How to put Humpty together again Jocelyn Burke, MD 06/07/2017
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Serendipity and Symbiosis in Evolution of Aortic Trauma Kenneth Mattox, MD 04/19/2017
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Acute Care Surgery: What does that even mean? Anuoluwapo Elegbede, MD 04/19/2017
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Roles of nitric oxide and the intestinal microbiota in the pathogenesis of Necrotizing Enterocolitis Henri Ford, MD, MHA, FACS 03/28/2017
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Bariatric Surgery: Working Hard to Lose in 2016 Patrick Shabino, MD 03/16/2017
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Neck dissection in contemporary management of head and neck cancer William Carroll, MD 03/08/2017
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Truth and Truthiness in Surgery Jeff Matthews, MD 03/03/2017
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Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms and Dissections: Insights into the Balance Between Aortic Wall Damage and Repair Scott LeMaire, MD 02/22/2017
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Surrogate Decision Making Terrah Paul Olson, MD 02/22/2017
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The Role of the Cardiac Surgeon in the Quality Movement: 2016 Richard Prager, MD 02/22/2017
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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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