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Unique Role Bridging Two Boards Brought Challenges and Rewards By Donald J. Flemming, MD, ABR Board of Trustees Chair 2022;15(4):5 I have been privileged to be the chair of the Board of Trustees (BOT) for the past four years. I followed in the giant footsteps of Dennis Balfe, MD, and Donald Frush, MD, who preceded…
Process Ensures that ABR Gets Qualified Volunteers by N. Reed Dunnick, MD, ABR Executive Associate Director for Diagnostic Radiology 2022;15(4):6 The ABR could not exist without the many volunteers who define the exam blueprints, contribute case material, write items, adjudicate problem questions, and determine the cut scores. In addition, our leadership — officers, governors, and…
There’s Value in Attending Annual Conferences by Shelby Frantz, MD 2022;15(4):7 SIR, SPIR, ISET, LEARN, GEST, SIO, CIO, WAIS, CIRSE, and SPECTRUM are just a few of the key annual educational conferences dedicated to interventional radiology. Numerous additional symposiums and courses concentrate on each facet of radiology.   Attending my first IR conference as a…
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