2020 Outstanding Mentor Award
The Early Career Networking Group is pleased to honor Trudy Mallinson, PhD, OTR/L, FACRM, FAOTA with the ACRM Early Career Outstanding Mentor Award. This award was established in 2016 to honor those who have significantly contributed through mentoring, to the development of the early career rehabilitation professional, the Early Career Development Course and the Early Career Networking Group’s Mentoring Task Force.
“I am honored and humbled to receive this award. I work each day with some amazing early career folks who are making impactful contributions to rehabilitation research. Their talent and passion is what motivates me.”
—Trudy Mallinson PhD, OTR/L, FACRM, FAOTA
The award presentation will occur during the ACRM 97th Annual Conference on Wednesday, 21 October, during the Early Career & First-Time Attendee Welcome, following the Early Career
Development Course. Please join us in congratulating Dr. Mallinson for her achievement.
Dr. Trudy Mallinson is Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Research in Health Sciences at The George Washington University. Her research interests are outcomes measurement and visualization of data so that clinicians and patients can make better treatment decisions, together. She advocates that clinical assessments should look and operate like rulers, so they can be used that way: to measure a single dimension at a time, compare real patient differences, regardless of who is using the ruler or who they are measuring.