Pain Rehabilitation Networking Group
You’re invited! Get involved with the ACRM interdisciplinary Pain Rehabilitation Networking Group (PRNG). Help identify the critical rehabilitation issues this group will address, recruit colleagues in the field, or step into a leadership role as chair of a task force.
The ACRM Pain Rehabilitation Networking Group (PRNG) will attract the best clinicians and researchers in the world to promote and study interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation. We will use the information from research and collaboration to reduce the emotional and physical suffering associated with pain.
The PRNG recognizes that chronic pain is a major cause of disability, and thus recognizes that ACRM is the best organization to advance interdisciplinary research and education.
Pain Rehabilitation Networking Group All Member Meeting
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Date: First Monday of EACH MONTH
11:00 AM ET
Join us this month to discuss the 2023 ACRM Annual Conference, Task Force updates, and new projects. We welcome your participation.
Meeting ID: 840 4483 5188
The opportunity to participate in more than 20 specialized interdisciplinary special interest groups (ISIG) and networking groups and to engage in their task forces, is one of the most valuable benefits of ACRM membership.
Membership is available at various levels and includes a subscription to the most-cited journal in rehabilitation, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, as well as discounted member pricing on all ACRM products and events.
Click the JOIN NOW button to learn more or contact Member Services at +1.703.435.5335 for personal assistance. Contact a co-chair to learn more about this networking group and ways to participate.
Already an ACRM Member? Click here to log in and join the PRNG.
LRRNG seeks collaborators to promote education and research
The Limb Care Networking Group (LCNG) is seeking partnerships with Special Interest Groups and Networking Groups at ACRM to promote education and research aligned with population needs, and evidence-based practice in areas of common interest. To explore a collaboration on any of the following topics, contact LCNG Co-Chair, Dr. Prateek Grover.
- Limb loss epidemiology, access and barriers: nationally and internationally
- Limb loss anatomy / physiology
- Clinical practice aspects e.g., phantom pain, wound care
- Risk factor overlap with other medical comorbidities, e.g., CVA, MI
- Limb loss technology
- Limb loss gait analysis