The mission of the multidisciplinary Arts & Neuroscience Networking Group (ANNG) is to build awareness of and advocacy for the clinical application of the arts and neuroscience in rehabilitation.
The group will be a forum for all clinicians, researchers, and artists to collaborate, develop research, share resources, disseminate research and advance the field of the arts in rehabilitation through the lens of neuroscience. This group’s focus is on promoting high-quality standards of research and clinical application.
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
Deadline to respond is 19 March
Those interested in either position should send their CV to ANNG Chair, Brian Harris.
- With input from the networking group (NG), develop and update, at least yearly, a Vision Cast that includes a vision statement and goals
- Prepare an agenda for and conduct the networking group annual meeting at the ACRM Annual Conference
- Plan NG projects and timelines
- Schedule and conduct at least quarterly meetings of A&N Executive Committee of and any additional meetings of the membership as approved
- Communicate with NG members at least twice a year. Maintain regular contact with Task Force Chairs to monitor projects, assess goals, progress and resource needs
- Attend monthly scheduled meetings of the Chairs Council
- Submit a summary of yearly activities and accomplishments
Program Committee Liaison (PCL) Responsibilities
- Monthly Program Committee Calls
- Attendance at the Program Committee Meeting and ACRM Annual Conference and ACRM Training Institute
- Review of conference submissions related to ANNG
- Work with ANNG Executive Committee to ensure a full track of high quality presentations at the annual conference
- http://goalsProvide feedback to program committee on behalf of ANNG
- To drive awareness and advocacy to the clinical application of the arts & neuroscience in rehabilitation
- To foster collaboration of research and clinical projects related to the arts & neuroscience
- To disseminate research and resources related to the clinical application of the arts and neuroscience in rehabilitation.
The ANNG will be a leading source of thought leadership, advocacy, evidence generation, and dissemination of resources related to the arts and rehabilitation through the lens of neuroscience. This will be accomplished through a shared commitment to excellence and high-quality standards of research and clinical application.
HOW TO JOIN
- Email Ron Hirschberg AND Terri Compos to be added to the group’s listserv
- OR update your Member Profile to include the Arts & Neuroscience Networking Group by following the instructions below:
- Login to the ACRM Members Portal
- Click “My Information” in the left navigation
- Click “Edit/View Information” in the horizontal navigation
- Scroll down near the bottom of the page and select all groups in which you wish to participate.
- Click “Save”
Non-members are invited to participate free of charge in any ACRM networking group by registering for an introductory membership.
- Click the JOIN NOW button below to complete a “Non-Member/Visitor Form.
- Scroll down near the bottom of the page and select all networking groups in which you wish to participate.
- Click “Create Account” (bottom right) to finish the transaction.