Guidelines for Senior Year for Students in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Here are your Guidelines for Senior Year for Students in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Internal Medicine is probably best. Pediatrics is acceptable.
One month of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, either adult or pediatric Choose from among the following (adult or pediatric, if offered):
Psychiatry with emphasis on substance abuse/alcoholism and treatment of
Radiology (Bone, MRI & CT of CNS & Spine)
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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