PCRMM membership

The PCRMM welcomes all doctors and all allied health professionals of all grades, including trainees, who are involved in the care of patients with rheumatological and musculoskeletal conditions in primary care.

Undergraduate/MSc/Diploma

If you are an undergraduate, or doctor doing an MSc/diploma, please use our undergraduate membership registration form.

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PCRMM membership

Benefits of membership

There are many benefits to becoming a member of the PCRMM, including:

  • Free monthly webinars on a variety of relevant and interesting subjects
  • Discount to attend our annual conference
  • Access to a wealth of useful resourcesBelong to a community of extremely knowledgeable doctors and practitioners
  • Access to educational and informative events
  • Regular newsletter and updates on new developments
  • Attend the AGM and vote on how the Society is managed
  • We are a friendly society and welcome clinicians from all backgrounds

The PCRMM welcomes all doctors and all allied health professionals of all grades, including trainees, who are involved in the care of patients with rheumatological and musculoskeletal conditions in primary care.

Work of the Society

In addition, your membership also helps to fund the work of the PCRMM in providing the primary care team perspective and voice. The PCRMM understands the challenges of delivering good quality patient care in the high pressure primary care environment.

The Society’s aims

  • Improve knowledge of musculoskeletal & rheumatology disorders in primary care
  • Improve & maintain standards of care provided for patients
  • Develop educational standards for providers of musculoskeletal medicine & rheumatology
  • Build effective partnerships with other providers of musculoskeletal & rheumatology care
  • Participate in guideline and service development to ensure the primary care perspective is heard
  • Support research into MSK and rheumatological conditions
  • Provide support and mentorship for those primary care clinicians wishing to develop a special interest or extended role.