Physicians and Clinicians
The ACRM Physicians and Clinicians Networking Group was developed to create resources and networks that will help physicians and clinicians in academics and clinical leadership to develop interdisciplinary research and promote research translation that supports the highest quality clinical care in rehabilitation. Potential resources may include educational courses presented at the ACRM Annual Conference, webinars, review papers and/or specific projects agreed upon or of interest to its members.
To create resources and networks that will help physicians and clinicians in academics and clinical leadership to develop interdisciplinary research and promote research translation that supports the highest quality clinical care in rehabilitation. Potential resources may include ACRM Annual Conference courses, webinars, review papers and or specific projects that are agreed upon, or of interest to the members.
CALL FOR LATE-BREAKING RESEARCH OPENS 5 MAY
For Scientific Paper & Poster Proposals
The Program Committee invites proposals focused on research evidence and its translation into clinical practice for presentation at the ACRM 2018 Annual Conference in Dallas.
Seeking Symposium Collaborators
Dr. Sonya Kim of NYU is looking for a symposium collaborator for the ACRM 2018 conference. Dr. Kim is planning a multidisciplinary pain management symposium and is looking for a physician to give an introduction to the neurophysiology of pain. In addition, she is interested in finding somebody who could discuss the physiologic changes that occur in relation to improved pain from exercise.
If you would be interested in participating in this symposium, please contact Dr. Kim right away. The development of the symposium is well underway and the deadline to submit is coming up soon.
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. Contact a co-chair to learn more about this group and ways to participate.
Click the JOIN NOW button for details or contact Member Services at +1.703.435.5335 for personal assistance.
Chair: Joe Rosenthal, MD
Ohio State University, Wexner Medical Center
Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Early Career Networking Group Liaison: Min Jeong Park, MD
Assistant Professor and Staff Physician, Traumatic Brain Injury Program, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Hennepin County Medical Center/University of Minnesota Medical School
Special Symposium for Clinical Practice
The 2017 ACRM Conference featured a Special Symposium for Clinical Practice with John Whyte, Tessa Hart, and Marcel Dijkers presented on Defining Rehabilitation Treatments: Implications for Clinical Training, Treatment Planning, and Interdisciplinary Communication. Learn More >>
Congratulations to Stephanie Rouch, recipient of the best physicians and clinicians poster presented at the ACRM 2017 Annual Conference in Atlanta.
Examining the Effect of Receiving Strategy Training Intervention on Usual Care Practice
Stephanie Rouch, MOT, University of Pittsburgh; Elizabeth R. Skidmore, PhD, OTR/L, University of Pittsburgh