Physiatry in Motion - the RFC's Newsletter

Past Issues

Issue #11: Summer 2018

Catch up on articles about developing a career in general physiatry, an intro to pediatric physiatry, addressing osteoarthritis with nutrition, and more.

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Issue #10: Spring 2018

Discover a resident's experience at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Games, an interactive patient outing program, Props for Docs, pelvic rehabilitation medicine, and more.

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Issue #9: Winter 2018

Meet the 2018–2019 Resident Fellow Council and learn about the current state of PM&R, preventing burnout in residency, new treatments in TBI, and more.

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Issue #8: Fall 2017

Read for insight on tackling gender disparity in academic medicine, introducing PM&R to first year medical students, the first national PM&R Medical Student Council, and more.

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Issue #7: Summer 2017

Explore topics on social media building your professional reputation, mentoring, the power of positive self-talk, telerehabilitation, and more.

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Issue #6: Spring 2017

Catch up on articles about the incoming Resident/ Fellow Council, pediatric pain medicine fellowship spotlight, branding PM&R, and more.

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Issue #5: Winter 2017

Read now for articles such as From Doctor to Dr. Mom, pain medicine fellowship spotlight, one student's MSSCE experience, and more.

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Issue #4: Holiday 2016

Explore topics on virtual reality, the New York Society of PM&R, hippotherapy, and more.

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Issue #3: Fall 2016

Learn about social media in healthcare, engaging the next generation of physiatrists, sports medicine fellowship spotlight, advocacy in residency training, and more.

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Issue #2: Summer 2016

Read about how to counteract physician burnout, a physiatry podcast pilot program, a dancer's rehab, brain injury medicine fellowship spotlight, and more.

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Issue #1: Spring 2016

Learn about developing a comprehensive longitudinal musculoskeletal curriculum, ultra-endurance sports medicine research, consumer biometric sensors, and more.

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