Surgery Continuing Medical Education
NYU Langone’s Department of Surgery sponsors and participates in a variety of professional educational opportunities both through our department and NYU Grossman School of Medicine’s continuing medical education (CME) programs.
All of our courses are taught by leaders in surgery and emphasize the latest technologies, procedures, and research findings to promote the highest standards of patient care. Our activities feature interactive teaching techniques, case-based education, hands-on simulation, reflective exercises, and self-assessments.
Our department’s monthly grand rounds and weekly mortality and morbidity (M&M) lecture allow our faculty, fellows, residents, advanced practice providers, and medical students to learn about timely topics in surgery.
View CME courses designed for surgeons and other healthcare professionals in the New York City region.
Morbidity and Mortality Lecture
At the Department of Surgery’s weekly M&M lecture, faculty and residents present topic- and case-based lectures. The lecture is presented each Thursday from 7:00 to 8:00AM in the Medical Science Building, Schwartz Lecture Hall E, 550 First Avenue.
On the third Wednesday of each month, the Department of Surgery hosts grand rounds from 6:45 to 7:45AM at the Farkas Auditorium at 550 First Avenue.
Receiving CME Credit
Department of Surgery M&M lectures and grand rounds are each approved for a maximum of one AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. You must attend in person to receive credit. Attendance and credit are tracked by the Continuing Medical Education Office.