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Thank You For Attending ACRM 2019!

Thank You For Attending ACRM 2019!

We’ve cleaned up and returned home after this year’s conference, and though we’re exhausted, we can’t believe how well it went! There are, of course, things to tweak for next year, and we’re already brainstorming what to plan next. Putting on the annual conference is...
ACRM 2019 Is Underway!

ACRM 2019 Is Underway!

It’s day four of ACRM Annual Conference and we couldn’t be more excited! The theme this year is Progress in Rehabilitation Research: Translation to Clinical Practice and it’s been incredible to see the diversity of presentations that have deepened our understanding on...
Message from the ECNG Chair Fall 2019

Message from the ECNG Chair Fall 2019

Message from the ECNG Chair, Brooks Wingo, PhD   Brooks C. Wingo, PhDChair, ACRM Early Career Networking Group     The 2019 ACRM conference is just around the corner! I hope you are planning to join us in Chicago. The full schedule for the conference is...

Early Career Development Course 2019

Early Career Development Course  By Reza Ehsanian, MD, PhD, Early Career Development Course Task Force Chair; Amy Herrold, PhD, Chair-Elect; Monique Pappadis, PhD, Past-Chair   Don’t miss the 2019 Early Career Development Course at ACRM! This year’s course theme...

Original Article Choosing a Mentor

Original Article: Choosing a Mentor By Erica Weber, PhD, Research Scientist at the Center for TBI Research at the Kessler Foundation   You spent countless hours in graduate school preparing for your career, then hurdled through the gauntlet of...

Research Spotlight Karahan

Research Spotlight   Ali Yavuz Karahan, MDAssociate ProfessorChairperson of the Department of PM&RUniversity of UsakTurkey   What is your current research focus or area you are most excited about? Over the last seven years, my research has focused on the...

Career Development Resources

This Quarter’s 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...

ECNG Task Force Updates

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.   Social Media Officer Positions Becoming the social media...

ACRM Conference Award Winners 2019

In today’s blog post, we are celebrating the 2019 ACRM Conference Award Winners in anticipation of the 2019 ACRM Annual Conference which will be held from Sunday November 3rd to Friday November 8th in Chicago. We hope that you are already planning on attending, and if...
Introduction To Lifestyle Rehabilitation Medicine

Introduction To Lifestyle Rehabilitation Medicine

Those who study and practice lifestyle rehabilitation medicine understand that lifestyle medicine is preventive medicine. And while many would say that doctors already understand the benefits of things like eating well, exercising regularly, and getting enough sleep....
Supporting Your Patients With MS

Supporting Your Patients With MS

Our past few blog posts have been focusing on multiple sclerosis. You can learn more and sign up for the new NDNG Multiple Sclerosis Task Force Inaugural Newsletter; read a Patient’s Perspective post written by Elizabeth Jameson about her journey with MS; and explore...
Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Rehabilitation

Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Rehabilitation

Scoliosis, or abnormal lateral curvature of the spine, affects between two percent and three percent of Americans, or about six to nine million people. In today’s blog we’re providing a general overview of adolescent scoliosis, from common types, to treatment, to news...
What’s New In Neuroscience News

What’s New In Neuroscience News

In today’s ACRM blog, we’ll be looking at a few studies that have been published this summer and giving you the highlights of what’s new in neuroscience news. One of our goals is to help facilitate conversations surrounding rehabilitation research. We want to support...
Hip Replacement Surgery And Recovery

Hip Replacement Surgery And Recovery

Hip replacement rehabilitation has been changing in the past few years, moving towards getting patients moving as quickly as possible. Previously, the day of surgery was a day of rest, but therapists are often getting patients to begin simple exercises like ankle...
Multiple Sclerosis Task Force Inaugural Newsletter

Multiple Sclerosis Task Force Inaugural Newsletter

NDNG Multiple Sclerosis Task Force Inaugural Newsletter The Multiple Sclerosis Task Force is a new task force under the ACRM Neurodegenerative Diseases Networking Group. The goal of the task force is to foster networking, collaboration and communication among...

Research Spotlight

Research Spotlight   The Multiple Sclerosis Task Force has 15 members and we would like to highlight some of them in this inaugural newsletter. Dr. Jennifer Stinson is an Assistant Professor and Clinical Neuropsychologist within the Department of Neurology at...

Resource Update

Resource Update   The Resource Update section is authored by Jon Strum, the host of the RealTalk MS podcast that is accessible globally to anyone with internet connection. Below, Jon tells the story of how the podcast came to be.   SOME REAL TALK ABOUT...

Patient’s Perspective

Patient’s Perspective   The Patient’s Perspective section is authored by Elizabeth Jameson, an artist, a writer, and a former public interest lawyer; she has written about illness and disability in publications such as the New York Times, British Medical...
Animal-Assisted Therapy and TBI Recovery

Animal-Assisted Therapy and TBI Recovery

When you think of animals and rehabilitation medicine, you might first think of a seeing eye dog assisting someone with vision impairment. Or of psychiatric service dogs helping people with post-traumatic stress disorder or depression. Service dogs can also assist...
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...