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ACRM Cancer Rehabilitation Networking Group

CRNG Awards

 

EXCELLENCE IN CANCER REHABILITATION AWARD
DISTINGUISHED GUEST LECTURER IN CANCER REHABILITATION
CRNG POSTER AWARDS

 

EXCELLENCE IN CANCER REHABILITATION AWARD

The Excellence in Cancer Rehabilitation Award recognizes someone who has demonstrated excellence in the field of interdisciplinary cancer rehabilitation in one or more important areas including, but not limited to, clinical care, medical education or research.

Julie Silver, MD imageThe 2019 Excellence in Cancer Rehabilitation Award recognizes Julie Silver, MD, for the important contributions she has made to the field of cancer rehabilitation medicine. This award will be presented during the Cancer Rehabilitation Networking Group Business meeting at the ACRM 2019 Annual Conference in Chicago.

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Past Recipients

2018: David Zucker, MD, PhD, FAAPMR

2017: Nicole L. Stout, DPT, CLT-LANA, FAPTA

2016:  Lynn H. Gerber, MD

2015:  Andrea Cheville, MD, MSCE

DISTINGUISHED LECTURER IN CANCER REHABILITATION & SURVIVORSHIP CARE

 

The Distinguished Guest Lecturer in Cancer Rehabilitation & Survivorship Care Award recognizes those making important contributions to the advancement of oncology care. We are delighted to award Dr. Lee Jones with the 2019 lectureship in honor of his achievements. Dr. Jones will present, Exercise in Cancer, at the ACRM Annual Conference in Chicago.

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Past Recipients

2018: Catherine M. Alfano, PhD

2017: Michael D. Stubblefield, MD

2016: Gail L. Gamble, MD

POSTER AWARDS

2018 Best Scientific Poster in Cancer Rehabilitation

Recipient: Rachelle Brick

Best Cancer Rehabilitation Poster Award

Demographic and Clinical Characteristics Associated With Work-Related Disability in Women with Breast Cancer
Authors: Rachelle Brick, Elizabeth Skidmore, Michael McCue, Lauren Terhorst, Catherine Bender

2017 Best Scientific Poster in Cancer Rehabilitation

Cancer Rehab Networking Group Best Poster Award

Timothy Marshall (left), Vish Raj (right)

Effects of Exercise on Perceived Barriers and Benefits of Exercise by Cancer Survivors Post Treatment
Timothy Marshall

 

 

 

 

 

2017 New Investigator Poster Award in Cancer Rehabilitation

Mary Fisher

Mary Fisher

Perceived Stress Levels May Impact Upper Extremity Function Among Women Treated for Breast Cancer
Mary Fisher