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ABR Residency Leave Policy an Experience-Changer for Trainees By Christine Cooley, MD, and Carolynn M. DeBenedectis, MD 2022;15(4):10 Many of us who became parents during our residency training remember returning to work after six weeks or less of parental leave, emotionally and physically exhausted … babies not sleeping through the night nor having a predictable…
Content Development for Radiation Oncology Qualifying and Certifying Exams By Paul E. Wallner, DO, ABR Associate Executive Director for Radiation Oncology; Brian J. Davis, MD, PhD, ABR Trustee; and Anthony M. Gerdeman, PhD, ABR Director of Exam Services 2022;15(4):9 Developing credible certification assessment instruments requires adhering to three foundational elements: security, validity, and relevance. Exam…
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…
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