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by J. Anthony Seibert, PhD, ABR Governor 2020;13(5):1 We are continually striving to make The Beam more relevant and beneficial for you. Starting with this issue, the content you receive via email will be more focused on your discipline. We hope you enjoy this improvement. For your convenience, all articles will be included in the…
New Secretary-Treasurer Knows Value of Volunteering by John Kaufman, MD, MS, ABR Secretary-Treasurer 2020;13(5):3   When I was asked to write a short article about serving as the new secretary-treasurer for the ABR Board of Governors, my initial response was, “What is there to say? This is a volunteer role for the ABR and I’m…
Initial Certification Advisory Committee Engages Stakeholders in Medical Physics by Matthew B. Podgorsak, PhD, ABR Trustee 2020;13(5):8 Several years ago, the ABR established an Initial Certification Advisory Committee (IC-AC) in medical physics to enhance communication with its stakeholders: exam candidates and leaders of graduate programs, residency programs, and supporting societies. This committee has enabled discussion…
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