Select Page

The ACRM team is always looking for opportunities to help researchers and medical professionals connect with the purpose of sharing knowledge in order to better improve patients’ lives. Along with our annual conferences, ACRM is also throwing a Spring 2020 meeting, which will be held in Atlanta, Georgia from April 24th through the 26th.

The two-day meeting provides a variety of opportunities for rehabilitation researchers and clinicians to receive in-depth training on rehabilitation methods and techniques that can be put into practice. The meeting brings together a variety of interdisciplinary professionals, including limb restoration, arts and neuroscience, spinal cord injury, brain injury, and many more. Attendees also represent a broad range of careers, including therapists, social workers, nurses, and other rehab professionals. With so many backgrounds and specialties, attendees are able to connect with others, learn, and share knowledge — all in an effort to improve lives.

Perfect For Continuing Education

If you’re seeking CME/CEU credits, the spring meeting is a chance to earn up to 14 credits in your choice of 11 disciplines or a Certificate of Attendance. Attendees can choose between half-day, full-day, and two-day courses. Some of the training courses include:

The spring meeting offers training courses that benefit a range of disciplines, and credits can be earned for the following:

  • Case Managers (CCMC)
  • Disability Management Specialists (CDMS)
  • Healthcare Executives (ACHE)
  • Nurses (ANCC)
  • Occupational Therapists (AOTA)
  • Physical Therapists (FSBPT-24 states)
  • Physicians (ACCME-CME)
  • Psychologists (APA Division 22)
  • Rehabilitation Counselors (CRCC)
  • Social Workers (NASW)
  • Speech Therapists (ASHA)

Our best value four-hour course is only $99 for members and non-members get a 15% off code. We understand that seeking CME/CEU credits can be challenging and expensive, so ACRM strives to make it as convenient as possible. And we do our best to ensure that the courses held throughout the meeting are well worth it.

Why Join The ACRM 2020 Spring Meeting?

In-Depth Training

Each course is presented by career professionals, including professors, attending physicians, healthcare directors, and program coordinators. In-depth training may include hands-on demonstrations and presenters will explore each topic to provide attendees with a thorough understanding of how to better care for and provide treatment to their patients. With such a broad range of industry experience, attendees will learn from the best in their fields.

Networking Opportunities

Over the course of the two-day meeting, there are several opportunities to meet career veterans who are making strides in their field. For anyone looking to further their career or to broaden their network of rehabilitation research or medical professionals, the ACRM spring meeting is a great place to be. ACRM offers interdisciplinary community group meetings that are free of charge, making it possible to meet the people that are changing how researchers and clinicians are working on a daily basis.

Continuing Education Credits

For some fields and career positions, seeking continuing education credits is a required part of the job. ACRM has been known to bring people together from across disciplines in order to share the wealth of knowledge and experience, as well as innovative methods, techniques, and technology that is improving how patients receive care and treatment. If you’re looking to expand your experience and knowledge, join the ACRM spring meeting for a cost-effective way to earn the credits you need.

Join ACRM at the Hilton Atlanta

To add to the convenience, the spring meeting will be held at the Hilton Atlanta, and attendees will save on their stay when they book their room through ACRM. The venue also features on-site dining options, a full health club and gym, and it’s located within blocks of renowned restaurants and venues. ACRM has held several meetings and conferences in Atlanta, including the ACRM 2020 conference, and we have come to love what the city has to offer attendees.

If you’re looking to connect with other rehabilitation research and medical professionals working in the rehab field, join ACRM at our spring meeting in Atlanta. Networking opportunities, in-depth training, CME/CEU credits, and the opportunity to help patients’ recovery experience — it doesn’t get better than that!