Newest Members of the ACRM Family Tree

ACRM

Family Tree of Communities

ACRM Communities

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YOU ARE PART OF THE FAMILY

If you are not active in an ACRM interdisciplinary special interest group (ISIG) or networking group, you are missing out on one of the most valuable benefits of ACRM membership. Together, these specialized communities make up the ACRM Family Tree, providing opportunities for professional growth, networking, and collaboration in support of the ACRM mission to IMPROVE LIVES through interdisciplinary rehabilitation research.

HOW TO JOIN

As an ACRM member, you are welcome and encouraged to participate, free of charge, in any group relevant to your expertise. Please visit the ACRM Communities webpage and contact the chair of each group of interest to learn how to get involved.

Then log in to the member portal and update your member profile to include the groups you wish to join. Be sure to save your changes at the bottom-right of the screen.

STAY CONNECTED

To ensure delivery of group communications to your inbox, please add "ACRM.org@mail.vresp.com” and “ACRM_American_Congress_of_Rehab@mail.vresp.com” (without the quotation marks) to your Address Book or Contacts.

BE SOCIAL

Many ACRM groups have their own social media channels to help you stay on top of the latest news and opportunities. Visit the social media page to join and like the groups of interest.

NEWEST GROUPS INVITE YOUR PARTICIPATION

ACRM is pleased to introduce the three most recent groups to join the ACRM family tree.

ACRM Technology Group iconTechnology Group
Co-Chairs: Megan Mitchell, PhD and John Morris, PhD

 

ACRM Physicians & Clinicians Group iconPhysicians and Clinicians Group
Co-Chairs: Brad Kurowski, MD, MS and Andrew Dennison, MD

 

ACRM Neuroplasticity Networking Group iconNeuroplasticity Networking Group
Co-Chairs: Theresa Pape, DrPH, MA, FACRM; Lynne Gauthier, PhD; and Sonja Blum, MD, PhD