ISPRM Core curriculum and Competencies (DRAFT)

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

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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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