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Rehabilitation is increasingly accepted and effective but much remains to be done to enlarge the evidence base for practice. This is one of the goals of the European Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine, founded in 1969 and composed of senior European doctors specialising in PMR distinguished in the field, "Making available information by experts in our field thereby enhancing the medical practice and ultimately benefiting the patients and disabled people". Believing that Rehabilitation is better understood and practised if there is access to the best information, it has launched a series of monograph. These books should be particularly useful for young doctors preparing for the European Boards certification in PMR, for senior doctors specialised in PMR and allied disciplines looking for information and continuing medical education as well as for all the members of the rehabilitation team.
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