News Article(s) tagged #assessment


January 12, 2022 - LA-PMR

New: LA-PM&R Article-Based Questions

Starting in 2022, article-based questions will replace clone questions in Quarter 4 of LA-PM&R. Click to read more about these questions and what they will look like on your 2022 assessment!

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December 21, 2021 - LA-PMR

LA-PM&R: Frequently Asked Questions

LA-PM&R 2022 opens soon! Click here to get questions answered about enrollment, performance standard, platform tools, and more details about LA-PM&R.

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November 16, 2021 - Subspecialty Certification

LA-Pain: Answering your FAQs

Pain medicine diplomates will begin annually participating in LA-Pain starting in 2022! Click to read answers to questions on the performance standard, enrollment, annual requirements, and more.

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October 04, 2021 - LA-PMR

LA-Pain 2022: What it Means for You

Starting in 2022, all ABPMR Pain Medicine diplomates are expected to enroll and participate in LA-Pain (longitudinal assessment for Pain Medicine) as a convenient, flexible, and relevant way to stay up to date in your Pain Medicine knowledge and care. Click to read what this means for you!

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October 01, 2021 - LA-PMR

LA-PM&R 2022 Enrollment Now Open!

Enrollment is officially open for LA-PM&R 2022! Click to read how to apply.

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June 30, 2021 - LA-PMR

LA-PM&R Performance: How Reattempt Questions Work

The updated LA-PM&R platform includes reattempt questions to reinforce learning and knowledge as you complete the assessment. What are these types of questions, and how do they affect your assessment performance? Click to read more about these questions!

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January 08, 2021 - LA-PMR

LA-PM&R 2021 Program Design Changes and Reminders

LA-PM&R 2021 launches soon! Before starting this year's questions, click to read the improvements and design changes that have been made for the 2021 assessment.

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October 28, 2020 - LA-PMR

LA-PM&R Feature Spotlight: Review Screen & Question History

Within the LA-PM&R platform are powerful learning tools designed to help diplomates create their own personalized improvement plan. Read more about how to use these tools within the platform in this feature article.

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October 15, 2020 - LA-PMR

LA-PM&R Feature Spotlight: Pacing Tool

The new LA-PM&R platform gives participants the ability to set their own goals, deadlines, and frequency of notifications. Learn more about this powerful tool here.

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October 05, 2020 - LA-PMR

LA-PM&R 2021 Enrollment Now Open

It's time to enroll in LA-PM&R 2021, and the ABPMR encourages all diplomates to participate.

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September 30, 2020 - LA-PMR

LA-PM&R Feature Spotlight: Customization System

The LA-PM&R customization system got even better in 2020. Read more about this powerful tool to design your assessment according to your preferences.

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September 21, 2020 - Primary Certification

Coming Soon: New Part I Examination Score Reports with Formative Feedback

Starting this year, Part I Examination candidates will get more information on their score reports related to performance. Read more about the new score report format and how it will help candidates continue to learn.

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August 05, 2020 - LA-PMR

Just launched: New, Improved LA-PM&R

The wait is over! This week, diplomates are signing in and answering their final 20 questions for the year. Read on for more details of the new features as part of this upgrade.

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June 18, 2020 - LA-PMR

LA-PM&R Upgrades, Program Changes for Rest of 2020

To continue to ease the burden on ABPMR diplomates, today we're announcing major program changes for the rest of 2020, as well as an upcoming platform upgrade.

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January 28, 2020 - Research

Published: Evaluation of Longitudinal Assessment for use in Maintenance of Certification

The ABPMR board director–led research team published an article in the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation on a quality improvement study that evaluated longitudinal assessment as a replacement for the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Examination. Click here to read a summary, including a link to the full article.

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