ACRM COMMUNITY GROUPS
A primary driving force advancing the mission of ACRM is the dedicated volunteers working within ACRM community groups. Each interdisciplinary special interest and networking group is a unique community where like-minded, yet specialized health care and research colleagues network and collaborate to improve the lives of people living with disabling conditions.
Independently, each group pursues their choice of projects and product development initiatives relative to their interests and expertise. Collectively they share a commitment to support the advancement of evidence-based practice, public funding of rehabilitation research and the promotion of high-standards for rehabilitation research.
Most special interest and networking groups are comprised of task forces focused on specific topics or projects. As an ACRM member, you may participate in existing task forces or propose and lead the development of a new one.
There is no better place to participate in a diverse community of your peers and be recognized for your contributions to rehabilitation medicine. All members are encouraged to join and participate in the groups and task forces committed to the issues they care about most. Contact the appropriate chair(s) to get started.
INTERDISCIPLINARY SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS
CHAIR: Kristen Dams-O’Connor, PhD
BI-ISIG TASK FORCES
CHAIR: Jeanne M. Zanca, PhD, MPT
SCI-ISIG TASK FORCES
STROKE ISIG TASK FORCES
CHAIR: Noelle Carlozzi, PhD
MNG TASK FORCES
- Applied Cognition TBI Task Force
- Applied Cognition Geriatrics Task Force
- Biometrics & Biomarkers Task Force
- Terminology Task Force
- Curriculum Task Force
- Rehab Measures Database Task Force
- Rasch Reporting Guidelines Task Force
- Long -Term Community Measurement Task Force
- Knowledge Translation Task Force
PRNG TASK FORCES
- Pediatric Rehabilitative Outcomes Task Force
- Technology in Pediatric Populations With Disabilities Task Force
PRNG WORK GROUPS