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BI-ISIG Moving Ahead Newsletter

MOVING AHEAD

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

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APA HONORS BI-ISIG MEMBERS

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Daniel Klyce

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Sonya Kim

The APA journal, Rehabilitation Psychology, announced a new recognition program to honor the service of the top 5 percent of its editorial board members and reviewers. Please join us in congratulating BI-ISIG members, Daniel Klyce, PhD, ABPP and Sonya Kim, PhD who were recognized as 2018 Editorial Board Members of the Year along with Kathleen Bogart, PhD. They were honored for their contributions to the journal based on their reviewer statistics, consistent high quality and timely reviews, and for overall service to the journal.

 


MEMBERS HONORED WITH BIAA AWARDS

Please congratulate fellow ACRM BI-ISIG members, Drs. Angelle M. Sander, PhD and Janet M. Williams, PhD, on their prestigious Brain Injury Association of America awards. They were presented with their award during the ACRM Henry B. Betts Awards Gala on Tuesday, 2 October. Read More >>

 

William Fields Caveness Award Winner

Angelle Sander

Angelle M. Sander, PhD
Associate Professor with Tenure, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Director, Division of Clinical Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology
Baylor College of Medicine
Director, Brain Injury Research Center, TIRR Memorial Hermann

Sheldon Berrol, M.D. Clinical Service Award Winner

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Janet M. Williams, PhD
President and CEO, Communityworks Inc.
Minds Matter LLC

 


 

ACRM Disorders of Consciousness Practice Guideline

New Practice Guideline on Disorders of Consciousness

For people in a coma, vegetative state or with limited consciousness, an early and accurate diagnosis could mean a better chance for recovery in the first three months, according to a new guideline developed by the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) and the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR). The guideline, “Practice guideline update recommendations summary: Disorders of consciousness” posted in the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation on August 8 and is freely available. Dr. Joseph Giacino and colleagues will lead a two-part Special Symposium reporting on the development of DOC guidelines at the ACRM Annual Conference on 2 October. View the Guideline, Systematic Review and Summaries >>

 


 

New! BI-ISIG on Twitter

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