The British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine (BSRM) promotes the understanding and multidisciplinary management of acute and chronic disabling diseases and injuries; their personal interpersonal and social consequences and aims to advance public education in these matters.
Constituted in 1984 as 'The Medical Disability Society', the British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine is the UK professional organisation for practitioners in the dynamic and developing specialty of Rehabilitation Medicine. BSRM has a growing membership of over 350 and an established regional structure.
The Society is devoted to:
Promoting the development and good practice of Rehabilitation Medicine as a medical specialty.
Enhancing undergraduate and postgraduate education in the diagnosis, assessment, acute and long-term management of people with both physical and cognitive complex disabilities.
Supporting rehabilitation research.
Liaising with related medical, paramedical and voluntary organisations to further these aims.