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Resident Involvement Opportunities

  • Get involved with the Physiatrist in Training Council (PHiT).
  • Residents may author an article for publication in the PM&R Resident.PM&R_Resident_2017_Logo_RGB
  • Residents may serve as a co-author to develop a 1,700 word summary of a clinical topic on PM&R Knowledge NOW®.
  • Residents may serve as an abstract reviewer to help choose which abstracts are included in the Annual Assembly program.
  • The Foundation for PM&R requests Academy residents to volunteer at their 5K Run/Walk and Roll during the Annual Assembly.
  • Residents may volunteer to assist at workshops and courses during the Annual Assembly.
  • Residents may volunteer as a model for ultrasound courses.KN_PM&R®_logo_lrg_3c
  • Residents can provide feedback by participating in Academy surveys such as the Member Survey.
  • Residents in their PGY2 may apply for the PHiT Ambassador Program.
  • Residents can advocate for the specialty through the AAPM&R Advocacy Action Center.
  • Residents can connect with their peers at the Annual Assembly at networking events such as the Resident Town Hall Meeting and the In Training Reception.
  • Residents can connect with their peers and other Academy members through PhyzForum.
  • Residents can connect with their peers and other members through FacebookTwitter, and Instagram

Resident Leadership Opportunities

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  • Residents can be elected to serve on the Physiatrist in Training Council (PHiT) Board Executive Committee or can be appointed as resident liaisons to the Strategic Coordinating Committees. Learn more about these leadership positions here.
  • Participate in Member Communities. Learn more about them here.

After Residency:

  • Residents who become board certified may submit a nomination to serve on the Board of Governors or an Academy committee. AA14_Chief Resident's Meeting
  • Academy Leadership Program – The program is best suited for Academy Fellows who are early career physiatrists who have completed residency and/or fellowship training, and have been in practice for roughly 3 to 10 years and who want to fill leadership positions in the future or those who may be ready to pursue leadership positions in mid-career.
  • Participate in Member Communities. Learn more about them here.
  • Become a part of the Academy's Virtual Mentoring Program.

 

Questions about getting involved with the Academy?
Contact memberservices@aapmr.org or call (877) 227-6799.