Pearls, Possibilities, and Pitfalls: Writing Successful Grants and Manuscript Submissions
Sunday, 30 September // 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Wedgewood Ballroom, Hilton Anatole // Dallas, TX
The Early Career Development Course is a perennial favorite at ACRM that connects early career rehabilitation researchers with seasoned professionals who serve as mentors to answer specific questions regarding career development opportunities as mentees work towards a path to success with grant writing and scholarly publishing.
This year’s course will focus on how to write a successful manuscript and grant submissions. The course will provide opportunities to learn from journal editors, funding agency representatives, and distinguished scientists. Through didactic presentations, panel discussions, one-on-one networking, and small group discussions, the attendees will learn how to confront career development challenges with a specific focus on the pearls, possibilities, and pitfalls of writing successful grants and manuscripts.
One of the highlights of the course, will be a Keynote Address by Mr. Glenn Collins, Publications Director and Managing Editor of the Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Dr. Allen Heinemann, Archives Co-Editor-in-Chief. The Archives is the official journal of ACRM and the most-cited journal in rehabilitation. They will be sharing key strategies for submitting a successful manuscript as part of their keynote address.
Following the course, we will have a reception in collaboration with the ECNG to give the attendees an opportunity to network with other early career professionals, new members, and ACRM leadership. LEARN MORE >>