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ACRM: Cancer Networking Group Education Task Force

CRNG Education Task Force



The mission of the Education Task Force is to develop cancer rehabilitation education tools in order to equip providers to provide high-quality cancer care.

The Education Task Force is focused on bringing high quality, Cancer Rehabilitation content to each ACRM Annual Conference. In Dallas, there were over 20 Cancer Rehabilitation-specific symposia—the most ever, at any conference. The task force is also developing a study to assess the state of Cancer Rehabilitation education across multiple specialties to assess the ‘state of the specialty practice’ as it pertains to education and training of rehabilitation health care providers.

Members of our Education Task Force are also available to help members who wish to submit a presentation proposal for the annual conference by providing guidance on topic areas, connecting you with interested co-presenters, and providing feedback on your proposed submissions.




Welcome to the Research Study!

The CRNG Education Task Force is conducting a Delphi study regarding competencies for providers treating patients with a diagnosis of cancer and we need your participation.

If you participated in the past, THANK YOU and please continue by responding to this final survey.

New to the study? WELCOME! Prior participation is not required and we hope even more of you will respond in this final survey. Please contact Sara Holz with any questions.

Please follow the link below to begin and complete as much of the survey as possible. Your responses will be de-identified and confidential. THANK YOU!



Seeking Collaborators

The Education Task Force is seeking participation from high level occupational therapists, speech pathologists and psychologists to assist with a systematic review for Cancer Rehabilitation. Contact the co-chairs, Sara Christensen Holz and Jennifer Hayter to learn more and participate.



To learn more about the work of this group and how to make a contribution, please contact the co-chairs.

Sara Christensen-Holz, MD

Sara Christensen-Holz, MD


Associate Professor, Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Jennifer Hayter, MA, OTR/L, CLT-LANA

Jennifer Hayter, MA, OTR/L, CLT-LANA


Director of Rehabilitation Services
City of Hope National Medical Center