Continuing medical education (CME) activities are designed to foster and promote the University of Rochester Medical Center’s mission “to improve health through caring, discovery, teaching and learning”. Under the guidance of course directors, and across potentially all content areas served by our faculty, CME activities address the interdisciplinary needs of clinicians, primary care physicians, specialists, clinical sub-specialists and other health care professionals. Activities are designed to enhance professional performance, impart new knowledge, teach new skills, and develop appropriate physician-patient relations thereby serving the needs of the patient and improving the quality of health care.
The University of Rochester Medical Center is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.
WebRounds enable you to view live and archived Grand Rounds from selected clinical departments at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
At the University of Rochester Office of Continuing Professional Education
The ATLS Course provides a structure in which the participant will learn to identify injuries associated with major trauma as well as the management skills required for proper early resuscitation and treatment of injured patients.