In American Board of Ophthalmology Diplomate Dr. Joshua Mali's latest blog entry for Ophthalmology Times, he explores the new Quarterly Questions longitudinal assessment program. The program was adopted after a successful pilot run in 2017 as a replacement for the Demonstration of Ophthalmic Cognitive Knowledge (DOCK) Examination. Dr. Mali writes:
With the successful Quarterly Questions program in place, the future is bright for board certification standards and self-regulation in ophthalmology. The strong leadership in the ABO should be commended for their tireless effort to continue to provide the highest level of professional standards for ophthalmology and being the leading example for all certifying specialty boards in medicine.