How to Submit Professionalism Concerns

The American Board of Radiology takes professionalism seriously. Anyone with concerns about an ABR candidate for certification or certificate holder may report the issue to the appropriate state medical board. Concerns may also be reported via the Contact Us tab on our website. Please use the “General Information/Assistance” option on the drop-down menu. Reported issues…
The passing standard for a participant in Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) is determined by multiple factors. Each participant is administered a unique set of questions based on the OLA question assignment algorithm. The individual’s passing standard is determined from these questions. Other participants sharing the same practice profile (DR diplomates only) or specialty certificate are…
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