Focus on DR

Improved Exam Prep Tool Will Allow Candidates Greater Access to Explore Remote Platform By N. Reed Dunnick, MD, ABR Executive Associate Director for Diagnostic Radiology 2022;15(1):5 In 2021, the ABR successfully delivered more than 5,000 remote computer-based exams, including three administrations of the Diagnostic Radiology Qualifying (Core) Exam and two each of the DR Certifying…
Improving Communication Through Town Halls and Surveys by Vincent P. Mathews, MD, ABR President 2022;15(1):2 “The great enemy of communication … is the illusion of it. We have talked enough; but we have not listened. And by not listening, we have failed to concede … the great gaps between ourselves and those with whom we…
ASTRO, RSNA Annual Meeting Attendees Happy to Get Together Again By Rodney Campbell, ABR Communications Manager 2022;15(1):12 For the first time in two years, ASTRO and RSNA held in-person annual meetings late last year. Both organizations put COVID-19 restrictions in place and had approximately half their usual attendance. A few attendees offered their thoughts on…
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