Remote Exam Information

To better ensure the health and safety of our candidates, the ABR has committed to a remote exam platform starting in 2021. The decision was made after weeks of consultation with key stakeholders, including candidates, programs, associations, and societies. We are continuing those discussions as we move forward in our exam development process. Transitioning from…
Continuing Certification requires lifelong learning and a cognitive assessment of the knowledge of practicing physicians and physicists. The Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) instrument developed by the ABR is designed to test knowledge and provide learning. The explanations given after each item are the consensus of a committee of experts in the area being tested.   As…
Brent Wagner, MD, MBA, completed his first year as the ABR’s executive director in June. He recently took time to offer a few thoughts about his experience in the position so far.   How unusual has it been having a largely remote workforce since your first day here?   Much of the work we do…
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