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    ACRM eNews

    The ACRM eNews is a highly informative e-news brief that delivers the most relevant content to your inbox each and every week. It delivers the latest in legislative policy, research funding opportunities, news for the global rehabilitation community, member features, Archives highlights, and more to keep your career on track.

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    2013 Report to Membership: Five Extraordinary Years

    Since 2009, ACRM membership has exploded, growing 965%! The organization rebranded with an updated logo and tagline and dramatically expanded the number of interdisciplinary special interest and networking groups that comprise the membership community. Now celebrating its 90th Anniversary Year, ACRM is highly relevant, vibrant and still growing!

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    Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Archives)

    Archives is the acclaimed scientific journal of ACRM. Ranked seventh of 43 journals in rehabilitation, Archives boasts a 2010 Impact Factor of 2.254, according to Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Report, Science Edition, and is the most cited journal in rehabilitation.Annual subscriptions online and in print cost $406 - 550 (US / International) and $168 - $268 (US / International). Subscription is included in ACRM membership.

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    Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual

    The Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual: Translating Evidence-Based Recommendations into Practice is intended for use in clinical practice by all professionals who provide cognitive rehabilitation to brain-injured patients.

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    Rehabilitation Outlook

    Featuring updates from the ACRM Board of Governors, Special Interest Groups and Networking Groups, this snail mail newsletter is designed to keep members in the loop on ACRM progress. Plus, learn about opportunities to participate with members and others in rehabilitation. Stay informed on legislative policies and health care reform too.

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    Rehabilitation Outlook

    BI-ISIG Moving Ahead

    This twice-yearly newsletter informs BI-SIG members about proceedings of business meetings, updates on task force activities, member publications and accomplishments, BI-ISIG awardees, and other news related to the Brain Injury Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group.

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    Stroke Matters

    This semi-annual newsletter of the ACRM Stroke-ISIG, reports the news, updates, progress, and opportunities that spring from the group's task forces and dedicated members.

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