AFRM publications

Rhaïa Newsletter

The Rhaïa Newsletter is AFRM’s news magazine. The AFRM distributes the magazine to College Fellows and Trainees four times a year.

AFRM Trainees and Fellows can also access the Rhaïa newsletter online.
 

AFRM e-bulletin

The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine e-bulletin includes news, important information, and upcoming events for AFRM members.

Access copies of our e-bulletin to find out what is happening in the AFRM.

Standards booklet

The standards booklet guides quality decisions about the delivery of adult Rehabilitation Medicine services in public and private hospitals. It is a resource for RACP Fellows, government organisations and health services.

Access the Standards for Rehabilitation Service booklet (PDF 1MB) to learn more about standards for inpatient rehabilitation services in public and private hospitals.
 

Rehab in Review

Rehab in Review is a medical journal comprised of the best journal articles from 70 leading publications in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Rehab in Review provides concise summaries of the best, most current and important literature for Rehabilitation Medicine.

Access the journal on the Rehab in Review webpage is free for AFRM members.
 

Horizon Report

The Horizon Report identifies the potential challenges and opportunities for Rehabilitation Medicine in Australia and New Zealand.

Access the Horizon Report to learn more about the future of Rehabilitation Medicine (PDF 1MB).

Rehabilitation Trainee of the Future report

The Rehabilitation Trainee of the Future Report aims to stimulate discussion and decision-making about the future of training in Rehabilitation Medicine in Australia and New Zealand.

Access the draft executive summary for the Rehabilitation Trainee of the Future Report (PDF 542KB). 

Summary for the Rehabilitation Trainee of the Future Report. (PDF 143KB) 

Rehabilitation Medicine Trainee of the Future report (PDF 2MB)

ACHS Clinical Indicators

Clinical indicators can increase assess and improve the quality of health care, as well as positively influence clinical practice.

Learn more about the clinical indicators at the ACHS website.
 

Policy positions

The AFRM draws upon the knowledge and expertise of its members to formulate policy and advocate across various rehabilitation health issues.

Learn about AFRM’s policy position statements

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