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Evolving Conditions Bring Changes to Exam Delivery Platforms by Brent Wagner, MD, MBA, ABR Executive Director, and Vincent P. Mathews, MD, ABR President 2020;13(4):3   Over the past few months, the ABR Board of Governors has met on multiple occasions to discuss, in depth, revised plans to deal with board certification exams in the setting…
Pandemic Causes Tough Exam Administration Decisions by Paul E. Wallner, DO, FASTRO, Associate Executive Director for Radiation Oncology, and David Laszakovits, MBA, Director of External Relations 2020;13(4)4 Initial certification (IC) in radiation oncology (RO) requires that residents or candidates pass four exams: three computer-based qualifying and one final oral certifying. Computer-based exams in medical physics…
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