OLA Milestones Coming for Many Participants

Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) has been available for 18 months and approximately 30,000 diplomates are participating. As we come to the middle of the year, some diplomates are closing in on answering 52 scorable questions and reaching their annual progress requirement.   That raises the question: What happens now?   After participants meet their annual…
COVID-19 has had a major impact on everyone and it likely will be a long time before we return to normal activities. Here are three diplomates’ accounts of how the novel coronavirus has affected their workplaces and professional lives.   Karen L. Brown, MHP, CHP Diagnostic Imaging Physicist, MR Safety Officer Senior Instructor of Radiology…
  Although a small division in the exam services department, the editorial services team plays a big role in the creation of ABR exams. Three content editors help train volunteer item writers, edit all new and revised questions, and proofread every exam before it is administered. The editors combine their knowledge of writing and grammar…
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