OLA’s Second Chances Present Learning Opportunities

One of many positive features of our new Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) is its ability to immediately tell a diplomate whether he or she answered a question correctly.
Our field has a diversity problem. Despite achieving gender parity in medical schools, the number of women in radiology training programs (approximately 25 percent) has been unchanged for more than a decade.
Being retired from patient care isn’t keeping Alan L. Williams, MD, from participating in Maintenance of Certification (MOC).
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