There’s Still Time to Get Started on OLA

There’s Still Time to Get Started on OLA

We’re almost three months into 2022. Have you started working toward meeting your Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) annual progress requirement?


While the system allows substantial flexibility regarding when diplomates should answer questions, anyone who hasn’t started participating yet this year or began and stopped should log in soon to avoid missing opportunities. Most participants must answer 52 questions every year they choose to maintain certification. Not all responses need to be correct; OLA passing standards are unique to each participant and based on the question-rating process.


Click here for more information. Anyone with questions should email or call (520) 790-2900.

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