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Be an Editor of AJPM&R's Resident-Fellow Corner!
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The AAP's Resident/Fellow Council is excited to partner with the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation to launch a Resident-Fellow Corner in 2018! This will provide an opportunity for physiatry trainees to publish original content focused on material relevant to physiatry education and training, in a peer-reviewed journal.

We are now accepting applications for Residents and Fellows with significant prior research experience to serve as Section Editors. The role would include reviewing and critiquing submissions to the Resident-Fellow Corner under the supervision of an Associate Editor, Dinesh Kumbhare, MD, PhD. As an Editor of the Resident-Fellow Corner, you will be required to review and provide constructive comments for 1-3 articles a month and see these articles through to publication. We anticipate the time commitment to be approximately 10-20 hours per month. Selected Editors will have the option to remain on the Editorial Staff until the completion of their residency/fellowship training (2-3 years).

Eligibility Requirements:

  • As of July 1, 2018, you must be:
    • A PGY-3 or PGY-4 resident at a ACGME accredited PM&R residency program -- OR --
    • A fellow enrolled in a PM&R-related subspecialty program who has previously completed an ACGME accredited PM&R residency program
  • Have an active AAP membership

Application Process:

Please submit the following information using the form provided below:

  1. Copy of your CV
  2. Personal Statement (300 word limit). Describe your background, interests, and qualifications to serve in the position of Resident or Fellow Editor with a statement of commitment to provide 10-20 hours per month for AJPM&R related activities.
  3.  Letter of support and good standing from your residency program director


The deadline for application submissions is Friday, April 27, 2018 at 11:59pm ET.

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