OLA Update

OLA Educational Opportunities Don’t Have to End After 52 Questions by Cecilia M. Jude, MD 2020;13(5):10 I graduated and become board certified in diagnostic radiology in 2002, the first year the ABR began issuing time-limited certificates. I had missed the timeline for having a lifetime certificate and had to take the maintenance of certification (MOC)…
RO Volunteers Successfully Dealing with Remote Duties by Rodney Campbell, ABR Communications Manager 2020;13(5):9 Among the important ABR activities impacted this year by the COVID-19 pandemic are the in-person volunteer meetings that normally take place in Chicago and Tucson. Radiation oncology volunteers, like their counterparts in the other three specialties, have been meeting remotely via…
Initial Certification Advisory Committee Engages Stakeholders in Medical Physics by Matthew B. Podgorsak, PhD, ABR Trustee 2020;13(5):8 Several years ago, the ABR established an Initial Certification Advisory Committee (IC-AC) in medical physics to enhance communication with its stakeholders: exam candidates and leaders of graduate programs, residency programs, and supporting societies. This committee has enabled discussion…
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