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Volunteer Uses Patience and Teamwork to Write Fair and Relevant Exam Questions By Rodney Campbell, ABR Communications Manager 2024;17(1):7 Several months of writing ABR qualifying exam questions for radiation oncology candidates has been an educational experience for John Einck, MD. “It’s been a while since I took my ABR exam,” said Dr. Einck, who earned…
ABMS Visiting Scholars Program™ The ABR partners with the American Board of Medical Specialties to assist candidates and early career diplomates with their research efforts and leadership development through the Visiting Scholars program.  A one-year, part-time program, ABMS Visiting Scholars facilitates research projects that address pressing health care issues and research priorities for the Member…
Combating Shortages in Radiation Oncology Staffing Requires Long-Term Investment, Creativity By Michael Yunes, MD, ABR Associate Executive Director for Radiation Oncology 2023;16(6):7 For the past several years, our radiation oncology colleagues have been discussing challenges facing the clinical workforce. In addition to the discussion surrounding physician supply, these conversations have focused on the real or…
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