Focus on IR/DR

ABR IC Advisory Committee Benefits Stakeholders by Promoting Clear and Transparent Communication 2023;16(4):6 ABR Interventional Radiology IC Advisory Committee members discuss their role as the bridge between candidates and the ABR. For more information about the ABR’s advisory committees, please click here. Return to The Beam
Roles and Responsibilities of an ABR Trustee By Matthew B. Podgorsak, PhD, ABR Board of Trustees Chair; Kalpana M. Kanal, PhD, and Robert A. Pooley, PhD, ABR Trustees; and Geoffrey S. Ibbott, PhD, ABR Associate Executive Director for Medical Physics 2023;16(4):7 The mission of the ABR is to “certify that our diplomates demonstrate the requisite…
Qualifying Exam Survey Results Provide Suggestions for Improvement By Robert M. Barr, MD, ABR President, and Brent Wagner, MD, MBA, ABR Executive Director 2023;16(4):2 Our June Qualifying (Core) Exam was administered to more than 1,400 candidates in diagnostic radiology and interventional radiology/diagnostic radiology. This is our largest combined cohort (approximately half in week one and…
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