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Complex Question Development Process Limits Number of Exam Administrations Per Year By Kalpana M. Kanal, PhD, ABR Trustee; Brian J. Davis, MD, PhD, ABR Trustee; and Brent Wagner, MD, MBA, ABR Executive Director 2024;17(2):3 Since 2021, the ABR has offered two exam administrations annually for the oral certifying exams in medical physics, radiation oncology, and…
No Longer ‘All Over the Map,’ Her Exam Questions Are Now on Point By Rodney Campbell, ABR Communications Manager 2024;17(2):10 An educator herself, ABR volunteer Elizabeth (Beth) Bossart, PhD, has learned several lessons as an Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) question writer and Initial Certification oral examiner. As is the case with most question writers, developing…
Urology Resident Finds It’s Never Too Late to Switch to Radiology By Rodney Campbell, ABR Communications Manager 2024;17(2):7 All it took was a little exposure to radiology and Parris Diaz, MD, was beaming. Dr. Diaz, who’s in the intern year of his urology residency, was ready to switch fields. Even at age 30 with an…
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