Remote Exam Information

To better ensure the health and safety of our candidates, the ABR has committed to a remote exam platform starting in 2021. The decision was made after weeks of consultation with key stakeholders, including candidates, programs, associations, and societies. We are continuing those discussions as we move forward in our exam development process. Transitioning from…
June 2021 | Volume 14, Issue 3 With Monumental Task Accomplished, ABR Looks to the Future by J. Anthony Seibert, PhD, ABR Governor 2021;14(3):1 “ ‘2020’ is finally over” – a direct quote from a message sent by ABR Executive Director Brent Wagner to the Board of Governors after the final oral exam for radiation…
ABR Continuing Certification Programs Designed to Meet ABMS Standards by Vincent P. Mathews, MD, ABR President 2021;14(3):2 In response to a February 2019 report generated by an independent commission (Continuing Board Certification: Vision for the Future), the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) has developed a set of standards for Member Boards to follow when…
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