The ISPRM International Exchange Committee (IEC) serves as a central clearing house for unique educational and learning opportunities in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, across all continents.
The primary functions and responsibilities of the Committee:
- To serve as a central clearing house for international learning opportunities in Rehabilitation
- To facilitate placement of medical students, residents, faculty physicians and allied rehabilitation professionals in global observership rotations
- To share information about global PRM educational opportunities with the membership of the organization
- To track the outcomes, progress and successes of the committee's educational initiatives
- To interface and network with other rehabilitation educational organizations in pursuit of International Education and Scholarship in the field
- To track the individual accomplishments and endeavors of the committee.
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The ISPRM International Exchange Committee (IEC) serves primarily as a central clearinghouse for international educational and humanitarian opportunities in Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine by placing medical students, residents, faculty physicians and allied rehabilitation professionals in global voluntary didactic and public service rotations. To coordinate its initiatives, the International Exchange Committee interfaces with other rehabilitation organizations, as well as relevant ISPRM committees, and shares information about global PRM educational opportunities with ISPRM members.