Continuing Certification Update

Diplomates Prefer OLA for Part 3 Continuing Certification Requirement 2024;17(3):13 In this video, ABR Executive Director Brent Wagner, MD, MBA, talks about the Part 3 requirement (“Assessment of Knowledge, Judgment, and Skills”) for Continuing Certification. Compared with a point-in-time exam, Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) has been overwhelmingly preferred by ABR diplomates because it offers immediate…
Radiation Oncologist Named to ABR Board of Trustees 2024;17(3):16 ABR volunteer and radiation oncologist Kenneth Rosenzweig, MD, has been named to the organization’s Board of Trustees (BOT). Dr. Rosenzweig will start at the end of the fall board meeting in late September.  Dr. Rosenzweig is chair of the department of radiation oncology at Mount Sinai…
Laughter Lightens the Challenge of Writing Exam Questions By Rodney Campbell, ABR Communications Manager 2024;17(3):12 Writing questions for ABR exams is serious work. But volunteers can still have fun in the process. Christine Eyler, MD, PhD, a radiation oncologist and member of a committee that develops questions for the Biology and Physics Qualifying Exam, said…
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