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Guidelines for Senior Year for Students in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation





Here are your Guidelines for Senior Year for Students in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Subinternship:

Internal Medicine is probably best. Pediatrics is acceptable.

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Electives:

Highly Recommended:

One month of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, either adult or pediatric Choose from among the following (adult or pediatric, if offered):
Neurology
Neurosurgery
Outpatient Orthopedics
Psychiatry with emphasis on substance abuse/alcoholism and treatment of
outpatient depression
Rheumatology
Developmental Pediatrics
Radiology (Bone, MRI & CT of CNS & Spine)

Also useful:

Pulmonology/ICU
Geriatrics
Emergency
Any rotation emphasizing pain management
Any rotation emphasizing long term interaction with chronic illness or disability
Urology (Uro-dynamics or male fertility; Research)
Health Policy, with a focus on disability and care of chronic illness

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