ABR Staff Spotlight

Exam Developers Roll with the Changes Caused by COVID by Heather S. Hopkins, ABR Communications Coordinator 2020;13(6):10 ABR exam and Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) content is created by more than 600 volunteer radiologists, radiation oncologists, and physicists on numerous specialty-specific committees. Volunteers meet throughout the year to refine questions (“items”) and organize the material. Before…
OLA Performance Feedback and Customization Preferences by Geoffrey Ibbott, PhD, ABR Associate Executive Director for Medical Physics, and J. Anthony Seibert, PhD, ABR Governor 2020;13(6):7 Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) continues to evolve, and as the end of the first year of participation approaches for medical physics diplomates, many participants will discover that they have received…
User Comments Help Us Improve OLA by N. Reed Dunnick, MD, ABR Associate Executive Director for Diagnostic Radiology 2020;13(6):5 Medical professional board certification is well recognized by healthcare providers, regulators, physicians, and patients as an important indication of quality. The time spent studying and preparing to take certifying exams makes us better radiologists. Over time,…
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