The Field of Competence of PRM Physicians - Part II

Following the edition of Part One of this e-book in 2014, we are happy today to introduce to all the colleagues of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine the new e-book named as Part Two. This e-book contains a part of the work done the last 4 years (2014-18) in the Professional Practice Committee of the Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine Section of the European Union of Medicals Specialists (UEMS). A new methodological procedure was followed, with five Delphi rounds, for each evidenced based position paper, in a way that the recommendations in each paper reflect the consensus of the delegates of all the European countries, concerning the special field of competence to which the paper refers. This methodological procedure is presented in details in one of the papers included in this book.

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Approved the European Training Requirements in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine during the UEMS Council

small etr marocToday in Marrakesh (Morocco), during the UEMS Council general assembly, the Training Requirements in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine have been approved with 26 votes in favor and one abstention. This approval is a strong step forward the progress of PRM Specialty with the European agreement. Now the action is in charge to the single countries which are committed to implementing the requirements to improve the harmonization of PRM education across Europe and the other countries involved as associate and observers.

 

3rd Edition of WhiteBook on PRM published

The White Book (WB) of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (PRM) in Europe is produced by the 4 European PRM Bodies (European Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine - EARM, European Society of PRM - ESPRM, European Union of Medical Specialists - PRM Section, European College of PRM-ECPRM served by the European Union of Medical Specialists-PRM Board) and constitutes the reference book for PRM physicians in Europe. It has now reached its third edition; the first was published in 1989 and the second in 2006/2007. The WB has multiple purposes, including providing a unifying framework for European countries, to inform decision-makers on European and national level, to offer educational material for PRM trainees and physicians and information about PRM to the medical community, other rehabilitation professionals and the public.

Registration for PRM Trainees

Trainees in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine can register with the European PRM Board of UEMS from the first year of their training. Registration is free and is submitted online.

The Board encourages trainees to register and benefit from special privileges including free or low cost teaching programmes, the dedicated newsletter and free educational material.