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A PM&R medical student rotation is an excellent opportunity for anyone considering a career in internal medicine, family practice, neurology or geriatrics. Medical students will gain the knowledge, skills and attitudes outlined below through the four-week elective PM&R rotation. Students will rotate through the outpatient clinic at the UAMS Stephens Spine Center, the PM&R consult service at the UAMS Medical Center, inpatient services at Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute and both inpatient and outpatient services at the North Little Rock Veteran’s Hospital and Arkansas Children’s Hospital.

Potential visiting students can view the College of Medicine visiting student course catalog to see PM&R course availability for the 2018-2019 academic year. Additional information about requirements for visiting students and the application process can be found on the College of Medicine visiting student webpage.

There are several opportunities available for medical students to learn more about Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

PM&R Student Interest Group

The UAMS College of Medicine PM&R Special Interest Group meets at least once a semester to discuss topics relating to the PM&R field including subspecialties and careers. Members are also invited to attend PM&R Resident Journal Clubs and other special events.

PM&R Student Interest Group 2018-2019 Officers

Co-Chairs – Ru Massey, COM ’19 and Cale White, COM ’19
Public Relations Chair – Greg Cox, COM ’20
Event and Volunteer Chair – Tyler Estes, COM ’21

Learn More About PM&R

FAQ’s About Physiatry

A Step-by-step Guide for Applying to a PM&R Residency

Roadmap to Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation