Rehab friendly anesthesia pain programs?

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  1. nkcel

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    Which anesthesia pain programs are more open to taking PM&R residents as fellows?
     
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    I know that University of Chicago pain program has taken PM&R residents in the past and one will be starting this year.
     
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    I dont know if Rehab friendly is exactly the right term, but programs that I know of that have taken Physiatrists in the past include: BWH, BID, Baystate, Mt Sinai, Jefferson, Emory, MCG, Michigan, Wayne State, U of W, MD Anderson, Virginia Mason, OHSU...
     
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    duke also
     
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    is U of W that you are referring to above The University of Washington or U of Wisconsin? that is PM&R friendly? (that you know of)
     
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