ABR Offers Self-Assessment Tool to 2022 Residency Graduates as Pilot Program

In its recently released toolkit, Practical Guidance to Support Important Transitions: Residency and Fellowship to Practice, the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), and the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) asks ABMS Member Boards to do what they can to ease the “transition to practice” for 2022 residency…
Although the ABR will discontinue including Authorized User Eligible (AU-E) designations on certificates issued after December 31, 2023, all candidates and program directors should be aware that radioisotope safety items will continue to be tested on the Qualifying (Core) and Certifying (essentials module) exams.   The type and number of items will remain the same…
Background & Goals  As we near a decade since making major modifications to the American Board of Radiology (ABR) Diagnostic Radiology (DR) Initial Certification (IC) process, we are seeking stakeholder input and insights into the process, with the goal of continuous improvement. This review includes both the Qualifying (Core) and Certifying exams.     At…
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