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ABR Changes Interventional Radiology Oral Exam Timing By James B. Spies, MD, MPH, ABR Associate Executive Director for Interventional Radiology 2023;16(1):6 In January, the ABR Board of Governors changed the requirement for interventional radiology residency graduates to qualify for the oral component of the ABR IR/DR Certifying Exam. Beginning with the residency class graduating in…
Aggregate Exam Results Report Allows Residency Review Committee to Evaluate Programs By Donald J. Flemming, MD, ABR Governor, and Brooke Houck, PhD, ABR Psychometrician 2023;16(1):5 Quality graduate medical education outcomes are tightly tied to excellent feedback for individuals and residency programs. External feedback, such as outcomes from secure, externally administered and psychometrically sound exams, provides…
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