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Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (“The ARCHIVES”)

Archives is the acclaimed scientific journal of ACRM. Ranked 11th of 68 journals in rehabilitation, Archives boasts a 2021 Impact Factor of 4.060 according to the Journal Citation Report and is the most cited journal in rehabilitation with over 30,000 lifetime citations. The Archives has a 2021 CiteScore of 6.0, ranking it 6th out of 129 rehabilitation journals. The Archives is also ranked second in Google Scholar Metrics in the category of Rehabilitation Therapy and is the highest-ranked general PM&R journal in the field. The Archives supports open access publishing and ACRM members receive a 20% discount on the Article Processing Charge (APC) when publishing in the journal. Subscription is included in ACRM membership.

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Archives of Rehabilitation Research and Clinical Translation (ARRCT)

The ACRM Open Access companion journal to the ARCHIVES of PM&R, ARRCT publishes original, peer-reviewed research and systematic and other reviews covering important trends and developments in rehabilitation with the goal of advancing the health of persons with chronic diseases and disability. It will also consider exceptional case reports as well as rehabilitation-related images for publication. In addition, through its open access nature, its goal is to expedite the transfer of quality rehabilitation research to all members of our field. 

ACRM members receive a 20% discount on the Article Processing Charge (APC) when publishing in ARRCT.

ARRCT has been accepted for indexing by Web of Science and will have its first IMPACT FACTOR issued in June 2024. ARRCT is indexed in Scopus (giving it a CiteScore), PubMed Central and the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).

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Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual - Second Edition

ACRM Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual & Textbook

The ACRM Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual & Textbook: Translating Evidence-Based Recommendations into Practice is intended for use in clinical practice by all professionals who provide cognitive rehabilitation to brain-injured patients.

The new SECOND EDITION is greatly expanded with new chapters and a robust companion website.

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ACRM eNews

The ACRM eNews is a highly informative e-news brief that delivers the most relevant content to your inbox each and every week. It delivers the latest in legislative policy, research funding opportunities, news for the global rehabilitation community, member features, ARCHIVES highlights, and more to keep your career on track.

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Translation Limitation Policy


ACRM has looked at language translation carefully, and due to the legal and medical liability issues ACRM is unable to do anything with language translation. ACRM is an organization that operates using solely US English as its official and only language.


ACRM 101st Annual FALL Conference | Progress in Rehabilitation Research

31 OCT – 3 NOV 2024 // DALLAS Hilton Anatole
PRE-CON: 29 – 31 OCT 2024