Staying in Touch with Important Information from the ABR

In 2015, in response to concerns raised in an online survey of our candidates and diplomates, the ABR established a Candidate and Diplomate Service Center in order to deliver more timely responses to questions and comments.
Job stress is a hot topic, and I would like to share how my group worked as a team toward reducing it.
Most diagnostic radiology and DR subspecialty diplomates involved in Maintenance of Certification (MOC) are regularly participating in our Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA). OLA, the new way to satisfy Part 3 of MOC, began in early January.
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