Frequently Asked Questions 2018

REGISTRATION FAQS

Q: When will registration open?
A: Winter – Spring 2018

Who can I contact to help me with registration?
A: Contact Member Services for assistance. +1.703.574.5845

Q: Our accounting department will pay for my registration by check. Can I download a printable registration form?
A: Yes! A printable registration form is available here.

Q: Do you offer group discounts?
A: Yes! ACRM offers customized group rates and Institutional Membership to help your organization provide access to ACRM programming to your whole team. Contact Jenny Richard, Chief Operating Officer, +1.703.574.5845.

Q: Do you offer discounted rates for students and early career professionals?
A: Yes! Students, residents, fellows, and professionals who completed their training within the past five years are eligible for substantial savings.

Q: How do I register as media/press and obtain press credentials?
A: Contact Member Services for assistance. +1.703.574.5845

Q: Do you have resources for someone trying to make a case for going to your conference?
A: Of course! Check out this document either as a PDF or a downloadable word document for help.

Q: How do I convince my boss to help me attend ACRM?
A: Check this out — we made this web page for you.

Q: Who will attend the ACRM Annual Conference?
A: A wide variety of titles attend the ACRM Annual Conference — the attendee make-up includes a wonderful mix of leading researchers, clinicians, hospital administrators, industry influencers and passionate patients and caregivers. Anyone and everyone interested in the latest and greatest rehabilitation research should attend ACRM. Here are some general titles that we see most often:

  • Administrators
  • Athletic trainers
  • Bioengineers
  • Biomechanists
  • Case Managers
  • Caregivers
  • Clinical Epidemiologists
  • Clinical researchers
  • Family members
  • Neurologists
  • Neuropsychologists
  • Neurosurgeons
  • Nurses
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Physiatrists
  • Physical Therapists
  • Physicians
  • Professors/Teachers
  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Recreational Therapists
  • Rehabilitation Nurses
  • Rehabilitation Psychologists
  • Rehabilitation/academic researchers
  • School Administrators
  • School Nurses
  • Speech-Language Pathologists
  • Student/postdoctoral Fellows
  • Teachers
  • All rehabilitation professionals who need to know about cutting-edge research and the very latest in evidence-based practice.

See a list of titles of actual 2018 attendees: https://ACRM.org/titles

ONSITE EXPERIENCE FAQS

Q: Will I be able to ask questions?
ACRM is designed for personal interaction — between you and the world-class speakers, and between you and other experts in your field. We encourage you to bring your questions!

Q: What is the conference attire?
A: Attire is business casual.

Q: What is the attire at the Henry B. Betts Awards Dinner & Gala?
A: Business / Cocktail

Q: What else is there in Dallas besides your conference?
A: Glad you asked! Take a look at our Venue and Travel page for dining and places to visit.

ADVERTISING | SPONSORSHIP | EXHIBITING FAQS

Q: Who can I contact about advertising in the conference brochure and onsite program?
A: Contact Jenny Richard, Director of Membership & Community Relations, +1.703.574.5845.

Q: Where can I get information about sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities?
A: Information for sponsors and exhibitors may be found here or you may contact Jenny Richard, +1.703.574.5845.

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS FAQS

Q: How many educational credits can I earn at ACRM?
A: If you attend from Friday through Wednesday (Pre-Conference through the Core Conference) you can earn up to 44.5 credits in 13 different disciplines. For more information, check out our Continuing Education Credits page.

Q: What other courses include educational credits?
A: Educational courses are included in the Pre-Conference Instructional Courses, the Cognitive Rehabilitation Training course, the official Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists (ACBIS) training course, and the Early Career Development Course.

OTHER FAQS

Q: I have a question not listed here. Who can I ask?
A: Registration questions: email Member Services or call +1.703.574.5845
Speaker questions: meetings@ACRM.org or call +1.703.435.5335
Submission / call for proposals questions: meetings@ACRM.org or call +1.703.435.5335

ACRM Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR#2018)
CORE: 30 SEPT – 3 OCT 2018 // Hilton Anatole, DALLAS, USA // PRE-CONFERENCE 28 Sept – 30 SEPT

EXHIBIT / SPONSOR / ADVERTISE | CALL FOR PROPOSALS

ACRM 96th Annual Conference | Progress in Rehabilitation Research

CORE: 5 - 8 NOV 2019 // CHICAGO USA // PRE-CONFERENCE: 3 - 5 NOV