Spring Issue

Spring Issue

ACRM 92nd Annual Conference // Dallas   Registration for the 2015 ACRM Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR) is now open with the lowest rates of the year. Register now and pay as little as $345!   There are lots of reasons to attend the ACRM... read more

Career Development Course Keynote Presentation

Kenneth J. Ottenbacher, PhD, OTR Making Science: Characteristics of Successful Scholars The goal of this presentation is to provide information to early career scholars that will be helpful to them in “making science” and developing their academic and professional... read more

INTRODUCING THE NEW ECNG MENTORING TASK FORCE

The ACRM Early Career Networking Group is forming a new Mentoring Task Force. The mission of this task force is to facilitate the development of mentoring relationships among rehabilitation professionals at varying stages in their career development through research,... read more

THIS QUARTER’S CAREER DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES

Grant Resources and Scientific Writing Grant writing workshop How to write a scientific paper New NIH Biosketch Easy CV tool Mentored Research Scientist Development Award Database of NIH-funded grants Videos on NIH Peer Review National Institute on Disability... read more

GETTING TO A CONFERENCE ON A SHOESTRING BUDGET

by Brend Swartz, PsyD Attending and participating in conferences is a great way to build your career. It offers you opportunities to: network with peers and leaders in your field, get involved in exciting projects by participating in the organization’s networking and... read more

Navigating Collaboration

By Ekaterina Dobryakova, PhD; Ann Guernon, MS, CCC-SLP, CCRC, and Megan Mitchell, PhD   Collaboration in research is a cornerstone for successful discovery. Whether you are a seasoned scientist or just beginning your research career, collaboration is necessary to... read more