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Career Path Series - Podcasts

Career Support

Presented by the AAPM&R Public and Professional Awareness Committee

The following podcasts are interviews with AAPM&R members who represent a variety of practice areas and career stages within the specialty of physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R). Recordings were made at the AAPM&R 2009 Annual Assembly in Austin, Texas in October 2009.

The podcasts in the Career Path Series include:

  • Personal anecdotes of how different physiatrists chose and developed their career paths
  • Research, training, and teaching opportunities
  • Examples of techniques/procedures as well as conditions treated
  • Predictions about the future of PM&R, including the job market
  • And more

Instructions: All podcasts are available for listening below. They include mp3 files and one Zip download of the entire series. The mp3 files will open up in a new window for you to listen to, and they will begin to play automatically. No software is necessary to make this portion run. The Zip download will prompt you to Open or Save, and you can proceed from there according to your preference. If you want to play them on your own mp3 player, download the entire series and save the Zip file to your computer. If you have any problems, e-mail, call our national office at (847) 737-6000, or download the entire series here (Zip Download).

Listen Now to These Podcasts

Also available:

AAPM&R Medical Student Program Learn more about the specialty of physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R). AAPM&R presented a Medical Student Program at the AAPM&R 2009 Annual Assembly in Austin to introduce the specialty to medical students as a potential career path. This series of podcasts provides an overview of career considerations in PM&R from the diversity of the field to education, salary, and lifestyle expectations. In addition current PM&R residents discuss applying for residencies and life as a resident.