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Stakeholder Engagement Task Force


Mission: To facilitate the production of a special issue for Archives that includes manuscripts highlighting the intersection of measurement and stakeholder engagement.



Allan Kozlowski, PhD, BSc (PT)

Allan Kozlowski, PhD, BSc (PT)


Director of Outcomes Research, John F. Butzer Center for Research & Innovation
Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Michigan State University
Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital

Jennifer Weaver, PhD, OTR/L, CBIS

Jennifer Weaver, PhD, OTR/L, CBIS


Assistant Professor, Dept of Occupational Therapy
Colorado State University



Thank you for being a part of the M-ISIG Stakeholder Engagement Task Force! We love that the ACRM attracts the most passionate interdisciplinary mix of rehabilitation pros from around the world. What an honor to collaborate with such driven individuals. We hope to meet with you at our upcoming networking group meeting to discuss current projects and opportunities for contribution and collaboration.

ACRM M-ISIG Stakeholder Engagement Task Force Meeting

Join us to discuss the 2024 ACRM Annual Conference, Task Force updates, and new projects.


DATE: Contact Chair for meeting dates and times.


We hope to see you there!

2023 GOALS

  • We are preparing an Archives Supplemental Issue proposal on Advancing Meaningful Measurement Using Person-Centered Principles
    • We are interested in rehabilitation measurement that cuts across settings (e.g., Acute Care, , PostAcute Care, Home & Community-Based Services, & Outpatient)
    • Person-centered measurement reflects an effort to advance the state of the science to examine the patient’s preferences, needs, and values.
    • American Institute for Research developed 5 person-centered measurement principles: 1) patient-driven, 2) holistic, 3) transparent, 4) comprehensible & timely, 5) co-created


  • New task force in 2022 and we have 5 members! Come join us!
  • Task force had a symposium accepted as this year’s “Hot Topics”, 2022 Symposium: Applying Person-Centered Measurement in Rehabilitation Practice