CHAMPIONING HIGH STANDARDS IN BRAIN INJURY REHABILITATION / EDUCATION / RESEARCH
The ACRM Brain Injury Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group (BI-ISIG) promotes high standards of rehabilitation practice, education, and research among interdisciplinary professionals with common interests in brain injury.
The BI-ISIG holds two meetings per year, a membership meeting at the ACRM Mid-Year Meeting in the spring and the BI-ISIG Summit at the ACRM Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research, in the fall.
The BI-ISIG fosters collaboration among brain injury researchers, clinicians and organizations and provides high-quality evidence-based education and training to brain injury professionals to promote and advance the science and practice of brain injury rehabilitation through our Mid-Year Meeting, Annual Conference, product development, as well as dynamic and committed leadership of and participation in BI-ISIG task forces.
BI-ISIG Member Benefits
- Moving Ahead semi-annual newsletter
- BI-ISIG Task Forces
- Continuing education
- Opportunity to plan educational courses for the ACRM annual conference
- Development of position papers
- Joint research opportunities
“What does ACRM mean to YOU?"
- Promote and advance the knowledge and practice of rehabilitation specialists and other professionals concerned with rehabilitation management of persons with brain injury and their families
- Promote and advance the science and art of rehabilitation medicine in general
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