Announcements

  • EJPRM White Book 2018

    Sat, 06/10/2018

    We are very happy to annouce the publication of the the 3rd Edition of the White Book on Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine in Europe.
    You can download it here.

  • Vormingsaanbod Voorjaar 2019 - Vormingscentrum Guislain

    Mon, 10/12/2018

    Training, vorming & coaching voor mensen werkzaam in zorg, welzijn en onderwijs!
    U kunt het vormingsaanbod hier downloaden.

  • ECIBC Recommendations

    Wed, 12/12/2018

    We are very pleased to share with you the latest ECIBC recommendations on breast cancer screening and diagnosis.

    On screening

    • How should mammography screening be implemented?
      This recommendation clarifies that organised screening programmes have greater ability to cover the target population, greater effectiveness as well as providing a more equitable access to these services.

    • How should screening mammographies be read?
      Practice varies with respect to image reading and diagnostic protocols. One of the methods that can be adopted to improve sensitivity of mammography screening is double reading, whereby the mammograms are read, generally independently, by two trained readers.

    On diagnosis

    Background
    The European Commission Initiative on Breast Cancer (ECIBC) is developing the European Breast Guidelines, evidence based recommendations. The European Breast Guidelines provide women and healthcare providers with clear, objective and independent guidance on breast cancer screening and diagnosis. They guide healthcare managers and policy-makers in planning, organising and monitoring the effectiveness of services for breast cancer screening and diagnosis. The recommendations already available can be found online, and more will be released in the coming months, as soon as they are finalised.

  • 2018 President's Prize

    Thu, 13/12/2018

    The 2018 President's Prize has been awarded to Dr. Maxime Valet for his talk on:

    Simplified indices of exercise tolerance among patients with multiple sclerosis and healthy subjects: A cross-sectional study

    Congratulations from the President and the RBSPRM Board members!