ACRM Community Group Meetings and Meet & Greets
2021 Annual Conference Forums: More Information…COMING SOON
Dozens of ACRM Community meetings are being scheduled now. Please check back for latest.
Among the many offerings and opportunities to elevate the conference attendee experience and provide social engagement and networking for our conference attendees, ACRM will be offering FORUMS for a limited number of our Community Groups.
A Forum, or message board, is an online discussion site for the ACRM Conference Attendees, where people can gather to have discussions about specific topics. Conversations occur in the form of posted messages. They differ from chat rooms in that messages are often longer than one line of text.
The Forums are a wonderful place to gain and share knowledge. It’s a platform to ask about projects, and task forces related to the group, present questions and connect with people who contribute unique insights and quality answers.
We hope, as a ACRM Conference Attendee, you are able to participate in one or more of the FORUMS provided this year. More information COMING SOON.
The lifeblood of ACRM is its family of community groups comprised of Special Interest and Networking Groups.
These interdisciplinary communities advance the mission of ACRM, connect you with colleagues who share your interests, support your professional development, and all together — work to advance the field of rehabilitation — to bring the research into practice — FASTER.
All conference attendees are automatically ACRM members.
Non-members receive a 6-month introductory ACRM membership automatically with registration. Put your member benefits to work right away by joining an ACRM community group.
This is THE PLACE to connect and collaborate with peers; meet potential mentors, funders and employers; and contribute to the ACRM mission to IMPROVE LIVES through interdisciplinary rehabilitation research.
The dedicated volunteers working within ACRM committees and groups are the primary driving force advancing the mission of ACRM.
Each interdisciplinary special interest and networking group is a unique community where like-minded, yet specialized health care and research colleagues collaborate to IMPROVE LIVES.