Volunteer Spotlight

RO Volunteers Successfully Dealing with Remote Duties by Rodney Campbell, ABR Communications Manager 2020;13(5):9 Among the important ABR activities impacted this year by the COVID-19 pandemic are the in-person volunteer meetings that normally take place in Chicago and Tucson. Radiation oncology volunteers, like their counterparts in the other three specialties, have been meeting remotely via…
OLA: Radiation Oncology Dips a Toe in the Water and Likes the Temperature by Paul E. Wallner, DO, FASTRO, Associate Executive Director for Radiation Oncology, and Andrea K. Ng, MD, MPH, ABR Trustee 2020;13(5):7 In 1994, after awarding the final non-time-limited (aka lifetime) certificates in radiation oncology (RO), the ABR enrolled all new RO diplomates…
Candidate Patience Appreciated as We Pivot to Remote Exams by James Spies, MD, MPH, Associate Executive Director for Interventional Radiology 2020;13(5)5 For the past six months, our world has been turned upside down by COVID-19, and it is becoming clear that our lives will be disrupted for many more months. We all hope for a…
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