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ACRM 94th Annual Conference Progress in Rehabilitation Research PIRR

SIX DAYS of NONSTOP Technology Content

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Offering 6 days of high-caliber educational content for technology-aided rehabilitation, the ACRM 94th Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR) provides outstanding value for every member of the rehab team.



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Not-To-Miss Technology-Specific Content

Technology Rehabilitation Instructional Courses

Technology Rehabilitation Symposia

For specific TECHNOLOGY sessions and more details (including presenters, session descriptions and schedules) see the ACRM APP and the online program.

  • #304544 – Using Technology to Empower Home Practice of Rehabilitation: Clinician and Client Perspectives  ST, TEC, BI
    Emily Dubais, David Poskanzer, Mary Borelli, Swathi Kiran
  • #327985 – BCI Based Motor Rehabilitation for Upper and Lower Extremities after Stroke with Neurofeedback  ST, NP, TEC
    Christoph Guger, Slav Hristov Dimov
  • #317946 – The Feasibility of Providing Occupational Therapy via Telehealth in a Breast Cancer Recovery Program  CAN, TEC
    Jennifer Hayter
  • #292880 – Rehabilitation After Upper Limb Amputation: Advantages and Pitfalls of Technology in Functional Rehabilitation  LR, TEC, NP
    Lewis Wheaton, Raoul Bongers
  • #304550 – Introduction to 3D Printing in Rehabilitation  TEC, CC, CP
    Jaclyn Schwartz
  • #297203 – Leveraging Implementation Science to Promote Technology Use in Health Care and Rehabilitation Service Delivery  TEC, CP
    Jolie Haun, Gail Powell-Cope
  • #304321 – Educating Clinicians and Patients on Evidence-Based Content through Web Training Programs: Does It Work?  CC, CP, TEC
    Lynn Worobey, Trevor Dyson-Hudson
  • #301621 – Innovative Functional Electrical Stimulation for Stroke Rehabilitation  ST, TEC, LR
    Jayme Knutson, Michael Fu, Richard Wilson, Nathan Makowski
  • #300733 – Supports to Enable the Participation of Individuals Aging with Disability: Evidence From Rehabilitation Science  GER, BI, TEC
    Emily Nalder, Denise Dubois, Carrie-Anne Marshall
  • #303023 – New Guidelines by the ACP for Non Invasive Pain Therapies Special Focus on Wearable Technologies  PAIN, TEC
    Polina Feldman, Virgil Wittmer
  • #293379 – Virtual Reality Innovations: Technology Enhanced Therapy for mTBI and Common Comorbid Conditions  TEC, BI, MIL
    Russell Gore, Loren Post, Ted Jones, Tracey Wallace
  • #282048 – Connected Health: User-Designed Portal Assists With Self-Management of SCI Conditions  TEC, SCI
    Julie Gassaway, Andrea Elmquist, Christine Willis
  • #302240 – Rehab Technology is Here to Stay: Making it Work in the Clinic  TEC, CP
    Deborah Backus, Kathryn Farris, Casey Kandilakis, Elizabeth Sasso
  • #294719 – Mobile Technology for Post-Stroke Recurrence Prevention and Recovery (mStroke)  TEC, ST, MES
    Nancy Fell, Mina Sartipi, Hanna True, Brandon Allen, Brian Williams, Austin Harris, Jin Cho, Zhen Hu, Rebekah Thompson
  • #297208 – Measurement of Sleep in Neurorehabilitation: The Role of Actigraphy  BI, TEC, MIL
    Risa Nakase-Richardson, Mo Modarres, Don Fogelberg, Jennifer Travis-Seidl
  • #296889 – Connected Health: Integrating Mobile App Software and Wearable Monitors to Enhance Practice  TEC, MES
    Matthew Bartels, David Prince, Mony Weschsler
  • #300207 – Virtual Reality Interventions for Upper Extremity Rehabilitation: A Meta-Analysis  TEC, ST
    Lynne Gauthier, Rachel Proffitt
  • #296157 – Is it Time to Consider Cognitive Training for Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Mild Cognitive Impairment and Parkinson’s?  CP, TEC
    Charles Shinaver
  • #295624 – Electronic Accommodations for Students With TBI: A Vocational Rehabilitation Demonstration’s Lessons Learned  BI, TEC
    Phil Rumrill, Deborah Hendricks, Eileen Elias
  • #293139 – The Use of Advanced Technology and Robotics in Pediatric Rehabilitation  TEC, PED
    Erin Eggebrecht, Joshua Vova, Jyotika Mistry
  • #299230 – Telerehabilitation In Taiwan: Solution For Medical Resource Shortage In Aging Society  TEC, INT
    Shih-Ching Chen, Chih-Jui Chen
  • #303851 – Interventions to Improve Emotional Regulation Following Traumatic Brain Injury  CP, BI, TEC
    Theo Tsaousides, Dawn Neumann
  • #288421 – Emerging Technologies for Emotion Regulation after TBI  TEC, BI, MIL
    Tracey Wallace, John Morris, Leighanne Davis
  • #304475 – Diagnosing and Treating Deficits in Propulsion to Improve Walking After Stroke: Clinical & Technological Advances  ST, TEC
    Lou Awad, Mark Bowden, Michael Lewek, Jason Franz
  • #294487 – Progress in Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) Neuroprosthetics for Individuals with Motor Impairments  NP, TEC, SCI
    Marcia Bockbrader, Ian Burkhart, A. Bolu Ajiboye, Gaurav Sharma
  • #297375 – Rehabilitation Technology Advances: Where do Exoskeletons Fit Within a Continuum of Walking Recovery Tools?  TEC, CP, SCI
    Amber Walter
  • #287774 – Exoskeletons and Their Role in Enhancing Both Patient Experience and Functional Outcomes   TEC
    Diane Patzer

FOCUS AREA ABBREVIATIONS:  AN: Arts & Neuroscience  //  BI: Brain Injury  //  CAN: Cancer  //  CC: Cross-Cutting  //  CIRM: Complementary Integrative Rehabilitation Medicine  //  CP: Clinical Practice  //  DI: Diagnosis Independent  //  GER: Geriatric Rehabilitation  //  INT: International  //  LR: Limb Restoration  //  MES: Measurement  //  MIL: Military/VA  //  ND: Neurodegenerative Diseases  //  NP: Neuroplasticity  //  PAIN: Pain Rehabilitation  //  PED: Pediatric Rehabilitation  //  PHY: Physicians & Clinicians  //  POL: Health Policy & Legislation  //  SCI: Spinal Cord Injury  //  ST: Stroke  //  TEC: Technology

Technology Special Symposium

Technology Group Meetings

See the complete schedule of ACRM ISIG, networking group, and task force meetings and plan to join those that best align with your interests and expertise.

  • Technology Networking Group Meeting // THUR 26 OCT  7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

Technology-Related Paper Sessions

Paper sessions to be announced soon. Stay tuned to the ACRM Conference APP and the online program!

Join the ACRM Technology Group

No need to wait for Atlanta to get involved! Check out the leadership and connect with the lively Technology Group now…

ACRM Technology Group

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ACRM Annual ConferenceProgress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR#2017)

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*For the latest programming info, schedule, session and faculty details, and room locations, please see the Searchable Online Program & Scheduler and/or the ACRM App.  Although significant changes are not anticipated, the schedules, sessions, and presenters posted on this website are subject to change.

*Up to 44 credit hours from Pre-Conference through end of Conference Mon – Sat 23 – 28 October. The number of credit hours available in any particular content area may be less.