Meet the Leadership & Participate

Meet the Leadership & Participate

Volume 2, Number 2 Fall/Winter 2017     Meet the Leadership & Participate   Please reach out to any of these individuals if you would like to join their task force, lead a task force or be an active committee member. Executive Committee Chair:  Trudy Mallinson... read more

A Year in Review

  As we enter 2017, it provides us with time to reflect on our accomplishments in 2016. We are so proud of being able to host six full days of measurement content during the 2016 ACRM Annual Conference in Chicago. We established several new task forces and filled the... read more

Member Spotlight

  Jan E. Nordvik, PhD Dr. Nordvik is a psychologist and Manager of The Regional Center of Knowledge Translation in Rehabilitation, Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital, in Norway.  He also currently serves as the Awards Chair for MNG. His pictures convey his varied... read more

2016 Poster Awards

  We want to congratulate our three poster award recipients!   MNG Early Career Poster Award Suzanne Perea received the MNG Early Career award for her poster tiled, Assessing the impact of executive dysfunction in the home environment using the Multiple Errands Test... read more

Looking Ahead

  ACRM Mid-Year Meeting Atlanta, GA // 27 – 29 APR 2017 This meeting is FREE to members!  Join us in Atlanta, GA to get more involved with the Measurement Networking Group! Preceding this meeting, there is a Cognitive Rehabilitation Training which teaches... read more

Task Force Updates

Applied Cognition Task Force Co-Chairs:  Patricia Heyn and Sandie Kletzel This task force has an article in press! It has grown to include twenty members who have an interest to address the unmet research related to cognition and rehabilitation outcomes and tools. As... read more

Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

  Hot off the Press!   February 2017, Volume 98, Issue 2 Measurement Characteristics and Clinical Utility of the Urinary Incontinence Quality of Life Scale in People With Incontinence and Multiple Sclerosis Cited in Scopus: 0 Jordan Keller, Lindsay Long, Kristian... read more