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UEMS PRM Section and Board

This is the official website of the UEMS PRM Section and Board. You will find here all updated information about the activities of the Board and the Section’s Committees


The European Board of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine is a Working Group of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine Section of the Union Européenne des Médecins Specialistes (U.E.M.S., European Union of Medical Specialists). It was founded by a separate statute in 1991. 

Clinical Affairs

The Clinical Affairs Committee of the UEMS PRM Section focusses on Quality of Care in PRM practice. The Clinical Affairs Committee of the UEMS Section of PRM (CAC) was set up in 2001, at the suggestion of Prof. Veronika Fialka-Moser (Austria).


Professional Practice

The aim of the Professional Practice Committee is to ensure best standards in professional practice of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (PRM) in prevention, clinical management and rehabilitation throughout Europe.


Covid-19 and PRM

Useful resources about Covid-19 pandemic and PRM.


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Cochrane Rehabilitation REH-COVER 


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Registration of PRM Trainees

EUROPEAN TRAINEES IN PRM can benefit from free or low cost teaching programmes (such as European School Marseille), free educational material and reduced fees for European and National congresses, by registering with the PRM Board of UEMS. Announcements regarding...

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The registration for European PRM Board Exam is open

the European PRM Board Examination will be organized on June 18 (Friday), 2021. The registration-application period will last until April 18, 2021. For details of the procedure and to proceed to register please click here. Candidates who were not able to sit the...

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Covid-19 Case Report – a WHO 2030 initiative

This pandemic period makes rehabilitation services challenging. However, the crisis is an opportunity to demonstrate the importance of rehabilitation also in people with covid-19. The WHO, as part of the Rehabilitation 2030 programme, has launched a major initiative...

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World Day of the Person with Disabilities

Today is the World Day of the Person with Disabilities, an important day that as President of the uems-prm section I want to celebrate with some remarks. We believe that rehabilitation is a process that expresses the person's perspective...

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