Volunteering for the ABR
Last verified on July 25, 2023
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Benefits of VolunteeringOur commitment is for ABR certification to reflect the ongoing changes in medicine while remaining a respected and credible exercise of professional self-regulation. You can choose from many opportunities to contribute to the future of your specialty. Benefits include time to network and work with friends, opportunities to move into other volunteer roles, and, most importantly, the satisfaction that comes from making a positive impact on the future of radiation oncology.
Volunteer Opportunities and RequirementsVolunteers must be certified by the ABR and meet requirements of the MOC program. For details on volunteer opportunities and other requirements, please see the ABR Volunteer Handbook.
How to ApplyTo apply, please log in to myABR and click on the volunteer tab.
More Information for ABR Volunteers
- The Process of Creating ABR Examinations
- Illustrated Life Cycle of an ABR Exam Item
- ABR Item Writers’ Guide