Surgery GR MOC Sessions


The University of Virginia Department of Surgery and the Office of Continuing Medical Education believe that Surgery Grand Rounds provides a unique and relevant environment for continuous learning that can serve as the foundation for self-assessment and professional development.

This Surgery Grand Rounds initiative is designed as a self-assessment activity. The content presented in Surgery Grand Rounds creates a broad base of knowledge that is essential to maintain competence and to identify areas for continued professional development.

This website provides a listing of Surgery Grand Rounds presentations with the date, presenter (with biographical and COI information) and a copy of the key messages and/or power point presentations for your reference.  A weekly document will provide the key messages and questions for the presentation that serve as an immediate self assessment tool.

This weekly information will be followed by assessments of the content presented. The questions will be in multiple choice, true/false or other entry formats.

Completion of the self-assessments requires a passing score of 80% in order for participation in Surgery Grand Rounds to be considered an American Board of Surgery self-assessment activity. Participation in all sessions will provide AMA PRA Category 1 credit.

If you questions, please contact:

Terri Ellison, MS
Phone: 434-243-0858


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Website Update:  NEW Instructions on how to claim credit-CME credit only OR CME and MOC Points

Go to the Learning Portal, sign in and choose CE Certificate-Eval for Credit.  Complete the evaluation to obtain CME credit only or CME and MOC Points if you answer question #12 and enter your legal name.  You must know your ABS number and enter if on the evaluation so we can submit your ABS MOC Part II points correctly to the ABS.

To claim both ABS MOC Part II and CME credit at the same time please complete the correct evaluation for each Surgery Grand Rounds (obtain the correct CE Activity code from the CE Coordinator for SGR-Vicki Testerman at )

The CME Office will post ABS MOC Part II points within 90 days of each conference.  NOTE: ABS points will be only visible to you on your ABS portal only and will not show up on your CME transcript.

*PLEASE DO NOT use Safari or Internet Explorer to complete evaluations.  Only use Google Chrome or Firefox.*

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