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Residency & Fellowship Program Directors (RFPD) Council
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The AAP's Residency & Fellowship Directors (RFPD) Council is a group of Residency Program Directors, Fellowship Program Directors, and Co-Directors of an ACGME-approved PM&R residency. All AAP members that meet the qualifications are automatic members of the council.

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our Mission

The mission of the RFPD Council is consistent with the mission of the AAP which is to create the future of academic physiatry through mentorship, leadership and discovery.  The council offers opportunities for Program Directors to communicate important information, generate ideas, alert the appropriate people to critical issues and provide collegial support.    


Current officers

Rita Hamilton, DO, Chair

Alex Moroz, MD, Vice Chair

Anne F. Ambrose, MD, Secretary/ Program Director

Sara Cuccurullo, MD, Immediate Past Chair


Physiatry Specific EPA/OPA

The AAP is excited to announce the availability of the core set of PMR-specific Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) that were developed and validated through a special task force of the AAP's Education Committee. Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) have been adopted by a variety of specialties for the purpose of real-time observational assessment of clinical competency in a manner that makes intuitive sense and is feasible within the workplace environment.

Physiatry Specific EPA/OPA




Members of the RFPD Council can share information and documents via the AAP's RFPD listserv. Email if you would like to be added to the listserv or are have problems receiving or sending messages.


Milestones central

The PM&R Milestones Task Force has collected tools that will help assess milestones. The tools that are provided are examples. Contributions are available for download and tools can be uploaded to share with peers on the AAP's website for PM&R Program Directors and Program Coordinators.

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AAP's Mission

Creating the future of academic physiatry through mentorship, leadership, and discovery.

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