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The following conditions define an Alternative Program:
ACVR does not warrant that successful completion of an ACVR Radiation Oncology Alternative Residecy Program will lead to passage of the or Radiation Oncology (Written) Board Certification Examination and/or achievement of ACVR Diplomate status.
Radiation oncology training in an Alternative program must entail training equivalent to that received in a Standard two-year training program. Alternative programs will be considered without having a specific candidate identified. This provides flexibility and could allow the trainee to be identified using the matching program mechanism. If the program is a combined program with another discipline, the program must be evaluated and considered by Council before the trainee begins the radiation oncology portion of training. Once an Alternative Program is approved and a candidate completes training, the program must be re-evaluated and reapproved prior to accepting another trainee.
Approval of Alternative programs is limited to 3 years. Those programs that do not accept a resident for training within a 3 year period must resubmit an application for program approval.
Trainees in Alternative Programs must keep a log of the patients for which the candidate was the primary person responsible for planning and administration of treatment during the training period. This log must include:
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