First OLA Question Opportunities Start Expiring this Weekend

First OLA Question Opportunities Start Expiring this Weekend

Our Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) system is nearly a month old. That means an important milestone is coming this weekend.
Sunday night marks the end of OLA’s first four weeks for our participating diagnostic radiology (DR) and DR subspecialty diplomates. Since OLA question opportunities expire after 28 days, this weekend will represent the first time diplomates see unanswered questions lapsing. While participants only need to answer 52 OLA questions per year and bypassing opportunities is not critical, it’s important to note that question opportunities issued January 7 will no longer be accessible. The same pattern will be repeated every week for unused questions that are four weeks old.
OLA is the new way to satisfy Part 3 of Maintenance of Certification, replacing the 10-year exam. It starts in January 2020 for interventional radiology, medical physics, and radiation oncology. Those fields will have a pre-launch period in the fall to gain familiarity with the system.
Anyone with questions or comments is encouraged to contact our certificate advisors by phone at (520) 790-2900 or email information@theabr.org
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