WebM&M (Morbidity and Mortality Rounds on the Web) features expert analysis of medical errors reported anonymously by our readers and includes interactive learning modules on patient safety ("Spotlight Cases”)
UCSF is pleased to lead the editorial board for the AHRQ WebM&M, an online resource for patient safety and quality of care. AHRQ WebM&M features learning modules based on cases and commentaries.
- Brought to you free with support from the AHRQ, a US Department of Health and Human Services agency
- Currently 20 available cases and you have the opportunity to earn 25 CME/CEU’s (1 credit per case)
- American Board of Internal Medicine MOC Part 2 - Effective immediately, all CME earned by ABIM diplomates will count for ABIM MOC part 2 (Self-Assessment) points.
ABIM Diplomate # and Date of Birth Registration
After completing at least one AHRQ WebM&M module, please register your ABIM Diplomate Number and Date of Birth – We will need this information to report your MOC points to the ABIM. Click here to register or paste the link below into your browser.