Rehabilitation Medicine SIGs

What are Special Interest Groups?

Medical Specialists, including Consultants in Rehabilitation Medicine, often develop particular interests in certain clinical areas of their specialty. Such special interests often stem from a Fellow's current medical practice and this sub-specialisation commonly leads to the acquisition of additional skills, and the knowledge of up-to-date research and developments, relevant to that aspect of the specialty.

Rehabilitation Medicine SIGs

The Faculty has established ten Special Interest Groups (SIGs) that cover some of the clinical areas of particular interest to its Fellows.


Membership of the Special Interest Groups is free and is open to all Fellows and trainees with particular interests in these areas. Some SIG's welcome members from other allied health professions or related societies.

Each SIG has a forum for discussing current topics and matters of mutual interest.

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