New Board Eligibility Policy Set for Candidates Seeking Subspecialty Certification

The ABR Board recently made updates to the board eligibility policy for candidates pursuing subspecialty certification.   The biggest change impacts the period during which the ABR grants board eligible status. Candidates graduating fellowships in 2019 or later have until December 31 of the sixth full calendar year after the completion of their training to…
Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) has many features that allow diplomates flexibility in how they participate. The question decline option and four-week question availability are unique features that allow for a more customized experience. Here are details about how these features work. Declining A Question Most diplomates have the option to decline up to 10 questions…
Working on attestations? The good news is that Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA), a new way to satisfy Part 3 requirements, now helps you meet your Part 2 goals. When you complete your OLA progress requirement for a particular year, your self-assessment CME (SA-CME) obligations decrease from 25 to 15 for the previous three-year period. The…
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