Board Review Tips For "New" American Board of Radiology (ABR) Qualifying Core Examination


  1. Spend time in your nuclear medicine department. Get familiar with the cameras, quality control, floods, various nuclear medicine artifacts, methods of quality control.
  2. Understand the concepts of Nuclear Medicine Physics.
  3. Many of the NRC concepts and scenarios will be covered in my board review sessions, presented in creative ways to remember details and are critical for the New ABR RadioIsotope Safety Exam (RISE).
  4. Get confident in identifying what type of study is being shown, and what isotopes are being utilized. Learn the nuclear medicine protocols for the different examinations.

Nuclear Medicine Board Reviews

Dr. Gerard has been involved in the teaching of nuclear medicine for the past 30 years. He has a series of lectures for all topics in nuclear medicine as well as hundreds of cases for nuclear medicine board review. The residents he teaches have a very high pass rate on the nuclear section of the radiology boards (see the testimonial section for details). His former "Hot Seat" Board Review has been revamped and adapted for the "New" American Board of Radiology (ABR) Qualifying Core Examination (see "Tackle The Core" Board Review page for details). He offers personalized board review sessions to help teach nuclear medicine concepts with easy to understand teaching methods.

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