Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine

What is the Faculty of Rehabilitation’s involvement in policy and advocacy?

The Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine (AFRM) provides training and continuing education for rehabilitation medicine Fellows and trainees throughout all stages of their career. AFRM Fellows and trainees are committed to providing high quality rehabilitation care to individuals and communities in Australia and New Zealand.

AFRM Fellows are instrumental to the work of the RACP’s National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and Integrated Care Working Parties. 

Submissions and position statements

Note: Policy documents marked as ‘Retired’ were published 5 or more years ago. Whilst they may still be useful resources, please bear in mind that some of their content may now be out-of-date or superseded.

How can I contribute my expertise?

RACP Trainees and Physicians need to email policy@racp.edu.au or use the online contact form or see Represent Your Profession.

How do I contact AFRM?

Email AFRM@racp.edu.au or use the online contact form

Where can I read more?

Read published RACP policies, position statements or submissions by searching the Policy and Advocacy Library or view the latest Policy Submissions.   
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