Volunteer Spotlight

Volunteer Takes Her Best Shot at Animals Across the World by Rodney Campbell, ABR Communications Manager 2022;15(6):10 Serving as an ABR volunteer can be challenging and rewarding. Meeting deadlines, establishing working relationships, learning new computer platforms, writing questions for Initial Certification exams or OLA, and finding the neutral-but-fair mindset necessary to be an oral examiner…
Candidates Express Their Views on Remote Platform Outage By Rodney Campbell, ABR Communications Manager 2022;15(6):6 Candidates who took the Diagnostic Radiology Certifying Exam on September 30 ran into an unanticipated hurdle. During the afternoon session, the ABR’s platform unexpectedly went down for about 40 minutes, temporarily halting the process for the 1,068 examinees. All candidates…
BOG President: Stakeholder Input Key to Improving Our Processes 2022:15(6):16 Robert Barr, MD, became president of the ABR Board of Governors (BOG) in September. Dr. Barr is a private practice neuroradiologist in Charlotte, North Carolina, and served as president of Mecklenburg Radiology Associates from 2005 to 2016. A strong advocate for neuroradiology practice, he has…
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