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February 07, 2020 - Subspecialty Certification

Subspecialty E-Badges Now Available for Download

Now you can promote all of your board certifications through ABPMR — simply sign in to your account, click 'User Profile,' and download your badges for use in email signatures, websites, and digital advertising.

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June 24, 2019 - Subspecialty Certification

ABPMR Implements Longitudinal Assessment for Pain Medicine Starting in 2020

The ABPMR is pleased to announce that diplomates who hold a subspecialty certificate for pain medicine will have the option of using Longitudinal Assessment to fulfill requirements for maintaining certification, starting in 2020.

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February 15, 2018 - Subspecialty Certification

A Seat at the Table: The Opportunities Provided by Brain Injury Medicine Certification

Dr. Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, an ABPMR-certified physician in PM&R and brain injury medicine (BIM), says that her BIM certification has meant more open doors and greater opportunity in the field. Read more about why she encourages other physiatrists to become certified in brain injury medicine.

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January 25, 2018 - Subspecialty Certification

From Practitioner to Subspecialist: My Journey in Brain Injury Medicine by Elizabeth Sandel, MD

From ABPMR diplomate Dr. Elizabeth Sandel: Because I've practiced brain injury medicine from the beginning of my medical career in the 1980s, I have seen the need for the subspecialty to grow and change over the years. Now, physiatrists treating brain injuries are perfectly positioned to be leaders in this "new" field. Read on for my experience and perspective, and then consider applying for the Brain Injury Medicine Examination today.

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October 19, 2016 - Subspecialty Certification

Brain Injury Medicine Examination Temporary Criteria Extended through 2022

The temporary rules for qualifying to take the ABPMR's Brain Injury Medicine (BIM) subspecialty examination — previously set to expire after 2018 — have been extended through 2022.

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