There are less than 90 Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) Program Coordinators nationwide. This small select group of individuals is tasked with coordinating academically-based PM&R programs. We know this is a daunting task. That's why we work together and learn from each other through the AAP's Program Coordinators Council and Annual Meeting programming. Join your counterparts throughout the country by becoming a member of AAP and getting involved in our council.
Every year at the AAP's Annual Meeting, the Program Coordinators Council puts together workshops and sessions designed to help you develop the right skills, resources and mindset to succeed. Join us at Physiatry '19 in Puerto Rico to find out why so many PM&R Program Coordinators come to the AAP to learn and network with directors and colleagues from across the country.
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Residency & Fellowship Program Directors Workshop (Coordinators are encouraged to attend!)
Wednesday, February 20
Residency & Fellowship Program Directors Workshop
Welcome & Icebreaker
Creating a Culture of Wellness
Thursday, February 21
Coordinator Keynote: “Your Impact, Influence and Investment”
ACGME Common Program Requirements Update
Taking Care of Yourself So You Can Take Care of Others
AAP Mission & Updates
AAP Coordinator Council Updates
Friday, February 22
Wellness Committee Implementation
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (ABPMR) Update
The Digital Learner's Impact on Graduate Medical Education
Council Business Meeting & Elections
More Resources For You!
AAP Newsletter: The Program Coordinators Council actively works to submit articles to the AAP's quarterly newsletter, Physiatry Forward. View articles written by PM&R Program Coordinators for Program Coordinators.
Connect With Coordinators & Directors: The AAP maintains a list of all PM&R departments, Program Coordinators and Program Directors. View our current list and submit any status changes you are aware of. Member support is crucial to this project, so any information that you are able to provide is appreciated.
The Program Coordinators Council strives to create a community for all coordinators year-round. So when we're not connecting at the AAP's Annual Meeting, you can get updates in the AAP's newsletter, Physiatry Forward. You can also email us if you have any tips or ideas to share.