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What Stress Does To The Brain

What Stress Does To The Brain

ACRM is committed to keeping on top of the latest news in rehabilitation research and sharing our knowledge with our community of doctors, nurses, and other interdisciplinary members of rehabilitation teams across the world. Following our blog is a great way to find...
Cancer Fatigue Management

Cancer Fatigue Management

Fatigue is an overwhelming lack of energy and motivation. People suffering from fatigue describe it as feeling overtired and as if daily activities are impossible to achieve. Fatigue can have causes that aren’t linked to an underlying disease, but people going through...
HIV Pain Management

HIV Pain Management

1.1 million people in the U.S. are living with HIV today and around 15 percent of them — 1 in 7 — are unaware that they are affected. Chronic pain affects around 40 – 85 percent of those with the condition. As an association created to improve the lives of...
Healing After Brain Injury: What Rehabilitation Research Indicates

Healing After Brain Injury: What Rehabilitation Research Indicates

Recovery from any injury is difficult — but recovery from a brain injury can be long, arduous, and never complete. We don’t say this to be pessimistic or downplay the role of rehabilitation research; we say this to emphasize the role of rehabilitation research! As a...
Message from the ECNG Chair Brooks Wingo PhD

Message from the ECNG Chair Brooks Wingo PhD

A Message From the ECNG Chair, Brooks Wingo   It’s hard to believe it’s already summer! Many of us look forward to a slower pace during the summer, and many are trying to catch up on progress toward writing and research projects. Summer is also a great time to...

Career Development Corner Webinar

Career Development Corner Webinar Series   UPCOMING WEBINAR: Diversification of Research Portfolio in Early Career Stages with Large Datasets With James Graham, PhD, DC and Amol Karmarkar, MPH, PhD   28 June // 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT CLICK HERE to join the...

Early Career Development Course 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, PhD The Early Career Development Course is a perennial favorite at ACRM that connects early...

Original Article Part II by Erkut Kucukboyaci

Original Article by Erkut N. Kucukboyaci, PhD Associate Research ScientistKessler Foundation   WORK-LIFE BALANCE: PART IIGiven the limited training available to early career professionals (ECPs) on work-life balance, we continue our two-part series on championing...

Research Spotlight: Jared Gollie

RESEARCH SPOTLIGHT: Dr. Jared Gollie   Jared M. Gollie, PhD, CSCSAdjunct Faculty, Department of Health,Human Function and Rehabilitation SciencesGeorge Washington UniversitySchool of Medicine & Health Sciences     Q. What’s your current research...

Career Development Resources June 2019

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 work-life balance...

Get Involved! Task Force Information June 2019

GET INVOLVED! ECNG TASK FORCE INFORMATIONNew 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. Social Media OfficerSeveral ACRM networking groups are seeking a...
Why You Should Join The Pain Rehabilitation Networking Group

Why You Should Join The Pain Rehabilitation Networking Group

When you’re interested in rehabilitation medicine, there’s a long way to go before you can truly become an expert in your field. To help you get there, the Pain Rehabilitation Networking Group at ACRM can be your resource. Here at the American Congress of...
Geriatric Rehabilitation: June Is National Safety Month

Geriatric Rehabilitation: June Is National Safety Month

Geriatric rehabilitation is a difficult yet rewarding aspect of rehabilitation research. Whether you’re pursuing rehabilitation research in this subject matter as part of medical networking continuing ed, or simply to better understand and help your aging family...
The Facts Of Stroke And Post-Stroke Rehabilitation

The Facts Of Stroke And Post-Stroke Rehabilitation

As a professional in the medical and care industries, you most likely have been exposed often to stroke patients. As a hospital administrator, care provider, physical therapist, or in any other role, you’ve seen first-hand what rehabilitation research can do for your...
Rehabilitation Medicine As A Career: What You Should Know

Rehabilitation Medicine As A Career: What You Should Know

Whether you’re finishing an undergrad, a master’s degree, or you’ve been in the workforce for years now, it’s never a bad time to revisit exactly what rehabilitation medicine is and how to make it a career that works for you and helps you reach your goals. Here at...
3 Types Of Cancer Rehabilitation

3 Types Of Cancer Rehabilitation

Cancer inevitably takes a toll on individuals and families, although the financial, emotional, and physical stress of it can vary. As a medical professional — doctor, nurse, researcher, caregiver, hospital administrator, clinician, etc. — you’ve seen firsthand how...
Message From the Chair

Message From the Chair

Message From the Chair Dear BI-ISIG Colleagues,I am honored to be writing my first letter to you as Chair of the BI-ISIG. This interdisciplinary group of researchers, clinicians, students and consumers is truly unique in our field, as the BI-ISIG provides a platform...

Letter From the Editor

Dear Moving Ahead Readers: It is a great honor to serve as the new communications chair and editor of the Moving Ahead. I am thankful for Dr. Kristine Kingsley, PsyD, ABPP, who took time from her busy schedule to prepare me for this role and provide invaluable support...