APMR

AcronymDefinition
APMRAtlantic Precious Metal Refining (Pittsburgh, PA)
APMRArchives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
APMRAsia Pacific Management Review
APMRAsociatia Producatorilor de Mobila din România
APMRAssociation of Preventive Medicine Residents
APMRAfrican Peer Review Mechanism
APMRAccreditation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Representatives of Canada
APMRAssociate Program Manager for Requirements
APMRAgriculture Property Management Regulations
APMRAsia Pacific Management Resources
APMRAddiction & Psychiatric Medicine Research
APMRAssociation for Physical and Mental Rehabilitation
APMRAccredited Professional Market Research
APMRAnnual Programme Monitoring Review (Scotland, UK review of educational programmes and institutions)
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Ten of those core titles accounted for 54.6% of the citations, with Physical Therapy, Physiotherapy, and APMR as the 3 most-cited titles.
The top 3 journals in his study were APMR and British Medical Journal/BMJ tied with Spine.
It is interesting that while both Wakiji [10] and Maher [12] both found APMR to be the most frequent journal source of cited articles, the current study, a decade later, determined APMR as second most common, with Physical Therapy being most common.
* Physical Therapy, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (APMR), and Spine were the most frequently cited titles.
* traumatic brain injuries: APMR, Brain Injury, Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation
In 1951, the New England Chapter became the first regional chapter of APMR. Within one year, 21 Chapters had been organized.
A Code of Ethics was also developed and adopted by the APMR.
Edward Friedman composed and the APMR Board of Governors adopted the first official definition of Corrective Therapy in 1955.