ABR Annual Report Nearing Completion

ABR Annual Report Nearing Completion

In the next few weeks, we will be posting our annual report, a publication that covers notable achievements by our organization and diplomates in 2018. From exam results over the past decade to accomplishments by our volunteers and staff in serving diplomates from the field’s four disciplines, readers will find numerous items of interest regarding ABR activities.
Because we know our diplomates are busy, this year’s format is similar to last year’s more streamlined guide. Just like last year’s report, you won’t find long messages in this guide. We carefully considered what needed to be included and are presenting the information in a clear and succinct way.
We appreciate the assistance we received from several of our diplomates who contributed thoughts and material for the guide. We also are grateful for the cooperation we received from Tucson-based Radiology Ltd., which allowed us take photos of diplomates at work that we are featuring throughout the annual report.
The guide will be available on our website toward the end of the month or the beginning of June. We will send notification through our Twitter and Facebook pages, and on myABR when it’s posted, so please be on the lookout.
We are proud to have served our diplomates and their patients since 1934. Our boards of governors and trustees, and staff look forward to another successful year serving the profession.
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