Networking Group Welcomes New Leadership
The ACRM Health Policy Networking Group is pleased to welcome a new Chair, Dr. James E. Graham and Chair-Elect, Dr. Natalie Leland. This is a great time to get involved in this growing group to help identify the critical issues this group will address, recruit colleagues in the field, or step into a leadership role as chair of a task force.
Contact HPNG Chair, Dr. James Graham, to learn more and get involved.
Join us at the 2017 ACRM Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research in Atlanta this fall, for 3 days of NONSTOP educational content focused on Health/Disability Policy, Ethics, and Advocacy. Plus, dive deep into intensive Pre-Conference Instructional Courses or Specialized Workshops on a wide variety of topics.
Up to 42.5 hours of CE available.
“How does ACRM Influence Public Policy?"
Gary Ulicny, PhD, FACRM
James E. Graham, PhD, DC
Associate Professor & Director, Rehabilitation Sciences PhD Program
University of Texas Medical Branch
Natalie Leland, PhD, OTR/L, BCG, FAOTA
Assistant Professor, University of Southern California
Division of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy
Addie Middleton, PhD, DPT
Research Assistant Professor, Division of Physical Therapy, College of Health Professions
Medical University of South Carolina
How to Join
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Facilitate collaboration and increase the scope and effectiveness of rehabilitation-relevant health services research.
To leverage our expertise as rehabilitation professionals to conduct, promote, and disseminate rehabilitation-relevant health services research that directly informs how rehabilitation services are organized, delivered, evaluated, and reimbursed. Together, we can provide the quality evidence that gives rehabilitation a strong voice during these transformative times.
- Increase capacity for conducting and disseminating rehabilitation-relevant health services research.
- Conduct timely, policy-relevant projects that demonstrate the value of rehabilitative care and inform decision-making.
HEALTH POLICY RESOURCES
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