ISPRM Core curriculum and Competencies (DRAFT)

The ISPRM Core curriculum and Competencies Draft is available for comments until July 31, 2019.

ISPRM Education Committee is pleased to announce that the PRM Core Curriculum & Competencies is ready for viewing and comments from all esteemed members of ISPRM. This document aims to provide a set of fundamental theoretical knowledge requirements and competencies expected in the professional practice of Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine. Given the variability in practice and resource availability in each geographic location, emphasis is placed on basic foundational concepts and principles of PRM. In short a “universal” core curriculum with specific minimum standard for PRM training.

Note: this is a core curriculum and therefore may be adjusted locally as a result of local circumstances.

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DRAFT – PRM Core curriculum and competencies

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