Health Services Research Networking Group
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This is a great time to get involved in the Health Services Research Networking Group to help identify opportunities they will pursue, recruit colleagues in the field, or step into a leadership role as chair of a task force.
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.
One of the most valuable benefits of ACRM membership is the opportunity to participate in the many interdisciplinary special interest groups (ISIG) and networking groups.
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- Established executive committee
- Articulated group’s vision & mission
- Launched HSR track at ACRM Annual Conference.
- HSR Special Symposium
- Identified two projects / deliverables for Year 2:
- Scoping review on state of rehab-related HSR (Natalie Leland).
- Describe current capacity & pipeline for rehab HSR workforce (Tracy Mroz).
- Explore opportunities to collaborate with other groups in ACRM’s (full-day) vertical programming pilot.
- Recruit HSR communications &/or social media officer.
- Create HSR resources webpage, including:
- Links to fundamental HSR / health policy resources.
- Dynamic list of rehab-related HSR publications.
- Support new member-initiated projects / task forces.
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