What Presenters are Saying About ACRM’s 2021 Annual Conference
Jennifer Loftis, PhD Research Scientist and Professor of Psychiatry, VA Portland Health Care System and Oregon Health & Science University
Hear What Attendees are Saying About ACRM
Same great content in a new format. Tremendous speakers will be coming directly to you.
ACRM remains an indispensable part of my career for new knowledge, new ideas, and opportunities for professional growth and development.
In many ways, virtual conferences can offer a better attendee experience. ACRM already has incredible scientific programming and now this content will be more accessible than ever at the ACRM 98th Annual Conference. No longer limited to those who are able to travel to the U.S. venue, now anyone — from anywhere with an internet connection — will be able to access and participate.
This work — the research, the collaboration — is absolutely critical to the world.
ACRM is working to make an incredible virtual event with a new high-end platform. You don’t want to miss it.
ACRM is one of the best conferences to develop meaningful rehabilitation-related research collaborations.
ACRM holds the largest interdisciplinary rehabilitation research event each fall: The ACRM Annual Conference: Progress in Rehabilitation Research.
ACRM is working on making a VIRTUAL event that you will not want to miss.
Safe, easy-to-attend, and from the comfort of your own home or office — mark your calendars for 24 – 29 SEPTEMBER 2021.
Through this worldwide pandemic…
your intel, your passion, your perspective — YOU are needed here at ACRM — now more than ever. ACRM is working on new state-of-the-art technology and new out-of-the-box tactics to bring us together in ways we could not imagine a few months ago.
More connecting, more research, more collaborating & MORE accessible than ever before — all on the new, high-end VIRTUAL platform. ACRM is combining the presenter’s audio and slides, Q&A, networking opportunities, ePosters, and Live event features.
More reasons to *not* miss this event:
- Hear from, and connect with, *THE* leaders and the most-cited researchers in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation.
- Help each other and to help push the rehabilitation field forward.
- Connect with like-minded rehabilitation pros and research-lovers for the VIRTUAL event of the year
- Help advance the field & improve lives — including your own.
Access the latest critical research and THE researchers. It’s never been this easy or affordable.
The venue may have changed, but the expertise and excellent content has not.
I still wouldn’t miss the chance to hear the latest research and to interact with the experts in rehab medicine and research.
Learning doesn’t stop because we socially isolate.
Gathering virtually with your smartest colleagues is easy now, by attending the ACRM Conference. Not only you get to hear the latest in rehabilitation research — you also get to interact, ask questions, support, and “hang out” with your peers and pals in the next World Iteration (World 2.020).
I came for the practical, evidence-based, highly relevant information, and found collaborators from other disciplines. Now, I attend ACRM Conference to present with my friends.
The ACRM program provides a very comprehensive range of topics that offer innovative and clinically relevant content to meet the learning needs of rehab professionals.
The highly-inclusive nature of the attendees also offers a very collaborative experience.
ACRM is the most comprehensive rehabilitation research conference in the world!
ACRM is composed of a wonderful group of friends and colleagues who are extremely resilient and supportive.
Therefore, the 2020 Conference is going to be bigger, better, brighter, and stronger.
I appreciate ACRM’s future-forward mindset in understanding that we may not know what the future of conference travel may bring, but ACRM is ready.
ACRM is still providing a venue for me to share my research findings, exchange knowledge, obtain continuing education credit, and network, given the uncertainties regarding my state’s and employer’s possible travel restrictions, which may change by October 2020.
ACRM is a dynamic collaboration at the global level with the opportunity to share your research with others regardless of the format.
It’s easy to become involved in the organization, AND to find a group whose interests match yours, along with the mixture science plus the great networking —