The Japanese Association of Rehabilitation Medicine (JARM) is a national medical society founded in 1963, with 9,823 members (as of March, 2013), who are specialists in rehabilitation medicine. JARM is accredited as one of the 118 member societies in the Japanese Association of Medical Sciences (JAMS), and listed as one of 18 societies that have specialty board.
JARM has an administrative organization as illustrated below, which consists of 20 Board Members, 7 Honorary Members, 12 International Honorary/Corresponding Members, and 295 Representatives as of 2012.
- Board of Governors, JARM(PDF) (June 4 2014)
- Organization of the Japanese Association of Rehabilitation Medicine(PDF) (June 12, 2013)
- International Honorary / Corresponding Members(PDF) (June 30 2012)