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Physiatry in Motion Issue #8

  • Tackling Gender Disparities in Academic Physiatry
  • Remembering Your Reasons: Reflections from a Physiatry Resident
  • A Collaboration Between Case Western and MetroHealth Introduces PM&R to First Year Medical Students
  • RFC Developments: Starting the First AAP National Medical Student Council
  • Call for Applications for AAP Medical Student Council Positions
  • Join the AAP Resident Fellow Council (RFC) 

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PHYSIATRY IN MOTION ARCHIVE

Issue #1

  •  Developing a Comprehensive Longitudinal Musculoskeletal Curriculum
  •  How Ultra-Endurance Sports Medicine Research Has Changed Our Understanding of Human Physiology
  •  Using Consumer Biometric Sensors for Physiatric Research 

Issue #2

  • How to counteract physician burnout 
  • A brand new physiatry podcast pilot program
  • A dancers rehab through motionless observation and mirror neurons
  • Q&A with a Traumatic Brain Injury Fellow 

Issue #3

  • Physiatry Rising: On Engaging the Next Generation of Physiatrists
  • Social Media in Healthcare
  • Getting Started with Prospective Research Studies During Training
  • Fellowship Spotlight: Sports Medicine 
  • Founding the First PM&R Interest Group at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine 
  • Advocacy in Residency Training 101: On Getting Involved
  • AAP 2017 Annual Meeting is in Las Vegas on February 7-11

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Issue #4 (Holiday Edition)

  • Letter from the RFC Chair: A Look Back at 2016 and What to Expect in 2017
  • Exploring Virtual Reality: A Promising Tool in Rehabilitation Medicine
  • The New York Society of PM&R: A Resident's Experience
  • Improving the Lives of Patients with Hippotherapy: A Workshop on "Horses that Heal"
  • Virtual Reality: An Alternative Prescription to Painkillers 
  • AAP 2017 Annual Meeting is in Las Vegas on February 7-11

 

Issue #5

  • Letter from the RFC Chair: On Batons and Transitions
  • From Doctor to Dr. Mom — Not Really that Big of a Deal, Right?
  • AAP Delegate to the ORR: A Recap of the 2016 AAMC Annual Meeting
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Fellowship Spotlight: Pain Medicine
  • Rehabilitation Research— My MSSCE Experience 
  • An Introduction to “Ability Science” for Physiatry in Motion

Issue #6

  • The Incoming Resident Fellow Council: A New Year of Exciting Initiatives
  • Fellowship Spotlight: Pediatric Pain Medicine
  • Early Physiatrist Exposure for Medical Students: The Johns Hopkins PM&R Expo
  • Branding PM&R: Should the Approach be More Evidence-Based? 
  • Trends in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as a Medical Specialty: PM&R Residency and Fellowship



Issue #7

  • How Social Media Can Help Early Career Physicians Build Their Professional Reputations
  • Mentoring in Medicine
  • Bringing Adaptive Sports to the Bronx
  • The Power of Positive Self-Talk: Mind Over Matter
  • Next Stop -- The Real World 
  • Innovating Solutions in Telerehabilitation


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