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Message From the Chair, Brooks Wingo

Message From the Chair, Brooks Wingo

A Message From the Chair, Brooks Wingo Happy 2019! We often set new goals and look forward to the opportunities for growth that come with a new year, and the ECNG has been working hard to develop new programming and career development opportunities that will be...

Quality Training for Shoe-String Budgets

  The NEW ACRM Training Institute at the Spring Meeting is coming to Chicago, 11-14 April, with dozens of exciting educational opportunities at unbelievably low introductory rates. You don’t want to miss this! Plus, check out the schedule of ACRM Community...

Plan to Attend the 2019 Early Career Development Course

Plan to Attend the 2019 Early Career Development Course By Early Career Development Course Task Force Chair, Reza Ehsanian MD, PhD; Chair-Elect, Amy Herrold, PhD; Past-Chair, Monique Pappadis, PhDThe Early Career Development Course is a perennial favorite at ACRM that...

Original Article by Erkut Kucukboyaci

Original Article           A Two-Part SeriesBy Erkut N. Kucukboyaci, PhDAssociate Research Scientist Kessler Foundation Young academics, especially those completing post-doctoral training, receive endless hours of training on topics ranging from clinical skills, case...

Research Spotlight: Amy Herrold

Research Spotlight   Amy A. Herrold, PhDResearch Health Scientist, Edward Hines Jr., VA HospitalResearch Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral SciencesNorthwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine Q: What’s your current research focus or...

Career Development Resources Feb19

1st Quarter Career Development Resources Check out these articles, links to useful resources, tips, and opportunities to find the information you need to keep your career on track. This quarter you’ll find very interesting and thought-provoking posts about...

Get Involved! Task Force Information

Get Involved!  ECNG Task Force Information   New members are welcome and encouraged to join us no matter what career stage you are!  Find a task force you are interested in and contact the Task Force Chair. The mission of the Early Career Networking Group (ECNG)...
Letter From the Stroke ISIG Chair

Letter From the Stroke ISIG Chair

A Letter From the Chair   Dear colleagues,I am honored to serve as your Chairperson for the ACRM Stroke Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group (ISIG). Looking forward to 2019, I will strive to support our collaborative efforts to improve the lives of stroke...

2018 Annual Conference Highlights

2018 Annual Conference Highlights   The 2018 ACRM Annual Conference was a huge success! Here are some highlights from the conference. Three tracks of non-stop content for Stroke throughout the conference Successful Stroke ISIG business meeting ACRM / National...

Stroke ISIG 2018 Awards

2018 Stroke ISIG Awards   We are pleased to announce awards which the Stroke ISIG presented at the ACRM Annual Conference this year.   ACRM /NSA Award for Excellence in Post-Acute Stroke Rehabilitation Awarded to Robert Teasell, MD, FRCPCDr. Teasell...

Stroke ISIG Task Force Information

Stroke ISIG Task Force Information   The mission of the Stroke ISIG is to be a leader in interdisciplinary stroke rehabilitation—both in clinical practice and research—by promoting high standards of rehabilitation practice, education, and research among...

Task Forces in the Spotlight

Task Forces in the Spotlight   Two task forces were recently developed to support the mission of the Stroke ISIG, the Pharmacy Task Force and the Transitions and Continuity Task Force. To learn more about the purpose of these groups and ways to participate,...

Check Out This Article

Check Out This Article! Members from our Movement Interventions Task Force recently had a paper accepted in the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation entitled, From Hospital to Home Participation: A Position Paper on Transition Planning After Stroke.The...

2018 Virtual Happy Hour Information

2018 Virtual Happy Hour Information During 2018 the Stroke ISIG hosted three Virtual Happy Hour events where leading rehabilitation researchers presented on a range of topics in stroke. As participation continues to grow, we plan to host Virtual Happy Hours more...
Why You Should Attend The 2019 Spring Meeting

Why You Should Attend The 2019 Spring Meeting

The ACRM Spring Meeting is quickly approaching — it’s April 11–14 this year — and it will be a wonderful opportunity to share your rehabilitation research while networking with others. However, those aren’t the only reasons to attend the Spring Meeting! In today’s...
How The Arts Can Be Rehabilitation Medicine

How The Arts Can Be Rehabilitation Medicine

We’re not saying that studying Picasso or learning an instrument will fully heal patients in rehabilitation — but we are saying that doing so can help in recovery. Whether a patient is going through brain injury rehabilitation, spine injury rehabilitation, or...
Everything You Need To Know About The 2019 Spring Meeting

Everything You Need To Know About The 2019 Spring Meeting

Here at ACRM — the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine — we’re committed to providing opportunities for medical networking and sharing rehabilitation research. From our Annual Conference to the Spring Meeting, we love creating events for members to do just...
Message from the ECNG Chair

Message from the ECNG Chair

Message from the ECNG Chair, Brooks Wingo, PhD   The annual ACRM conference in Dallas was a great success, with a huge number of early career presenters and attendees. It’s hard to believe, but it’s already time to start thinking about submitting for our ACRM...

ACRM Training Institute at Spring Meeting

NEW ACRM Training Institute at the Spring Meeting With dozens of Instructional Courses for rehabilitation professionals offering CME-CEUs for 11 disciplines, you just can’t beat the ACRM Training Institute at the Spring Meeting. Early-Bird Member rates are a...

Message From the Outgoing Chair

Message from the Outgoing Communications Task Force Chair, Alison Cogan   It is hard to believe that my time as the Chair of the Early Career Networking Group Communications Task Force Chair is over! Serving in this role for the last two years has been a...