Gratitude and Guidance: A Successful Candidate’s Road to IR Certification

Last month, Rayna Howse, MD, MBA, reached a career milestone: She passed the Interventional Radiology Oral Certifying Exam and became board certified by the ABR. She recently provided feedback to help future candidates succeed on the exam. How did you feel going into the exam and how did you prepare? I was nervous, but I…
Like many of his fellow Visiting Scholars, Francis Deng, MD, didn’t know much about the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) when he applied for the program. “I knew that the ABMS existed and that it comprised a number of Member Boards,” Dr. Deng said. “I knew that from my time as a (National Resident…
Thanksgiving is here and we all have many reasons to be grateful for things in our professional lives. We asked a few candidates and stakeholders for their thoughts this month, as we did with residents last year, and here’s what they had to say.   Puneet Bhargava, MD University of Washington Professor of Radiology and…
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