Cancer Rehabilitation – Special Interest Group (SIG)
The mission of this SIG is to advance the development and implementation of rehabilitation services globally for cancer survivors, through advocacy, clinical practice, education, and research. For more details visit: https://www.isprm.org/special-interest-groups-sigs/
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ISarcoPRM – Special Interest Group (SIG)
The goal of the ISarcoPRM SIG is to provide a strong musculoskeletal approach for the definition, diagnosis, classification and management of sarcopenia. For more details visit: https://www.isprm.org/special-interest-groups-sigs/
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ISPRM Hub – FAQs and Tips for Members
This is a public forum intended to provide instructions on how to navigate our website, use the networks (groups/ forums) and to give tips on how to best enjoy your ISPRM Membership! Most forum topics in this forum will be closed to serve as source of information, only.
- 10 months, 3 weeks ago
ISPRM Hub – Feedback Zone
This is a public group dedicated to gathering feedback from members and hosting discussions related to membership benefits and user experience. You can join and subscribe to receive updates. Members are encouraged to participate and create their own topics as long as it relates to ISPRM Membership services (suggestions or improvements).
- 10 months, 2 weeks ago
ISPRM Resource Center – COVID-19
This Forum was created to allow our members to share and discuss updates and resources regarding the Coronavirus Outbreak around the world.
You may post comments, attach files and links to reliable data on this pandemic that may be useful to others.
By joining this Forum you may receive updates on the discussion via email (you can also change these settings on you profile page).
- 7 months ago
Pain – Special Interest Group (SIG)
The pain special interest group of the ISPRM is committed to improving the health status of people who suffer with pain through leadership and excellence in education, delivery of evidence based clinical care, expanding the horizons of medical knowledge through advancing research. For more details visit: https://www.isprm.org/special-interest-groups-sigs/
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- Cancer Rehabilitation – Special Interest Group (SIG)