Collaborating. Learning. Leading.
After spending years learning about, preparing for and then practicing medicine, many physicians find themselves in a role that positions them to be a leader—of a department, division, hospital, board or membership organization. These physician leadership roles require specific skill sets and competencies, most of which are not taught in medical school or residency programs.
Effective leadership within health care allows physicians to be part of transforming the system to better serve patients; to lead productive, interprofessional teams; and to enjoy more balanced and rewarding lives as healers.
The Wisconsin Medical Society invites you to explore physician leadership issues — and the critical role of physicians — in our peer-to-peer learning forums, which have been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
Current CME Program Offering
Bookmark this page and check back for more information about these opportunities, including registration and availability. If you have questions, email Jessica Bourin-Schreiter.