Continuing Certification Committees Succeed Through Diplomate Feedback

Continuing Certification Committees Succeed Through Diplomate Feedback

 The ABR seeks input from stakeholders in various ways, including through initial and continuing certification advisory committees. Volunteers on those committees help provide direction and act as liaisons between the organization and participants. 

In this video, Catheryn M. Yashar, MD, an ABR trustee and chair of the Radiation Oncology Continuing Certification Advisory Committee, explains why the work performed by members is vital to the Board’s mission of serving patients.

 

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