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The ACRM International Networking Group is a community of rehabilitation professionals from around the world whose mission is to communicate and collaborate across international boundaries to advance rehabilitation research and evidence-based practice.

It fosters international collaborations among rehabilitation researchers, consumers, and providers through multi-site research; disseminates evidence-based practice recommendations through active participation in the ACRM Annual Conference; and develops educational materials.

This interdisciplinary group of ACRM members and rehabilitation stakeholders is committed to evidence-based practice and policy that advances the organization, delivery, and financing of rehabilitation services. The International Networking Group builds on the ACRM commitment to interdisciplinary research that reaches across health conditions and the continuum of rehabilitation care.

Chair: Fofi Constantinidou, PhD
Secretary: Chetan Phadke, BPhT, PhD

 

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 congratulations dr. constantinidou!

Dr. Fofi Constantinidou (left) and Cyprus President Mr. AnastasiadesFofi Constantinidou, PhD, International Networking Group Chair, received the 2013 Experienced Research Award by the Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation. The award was presented by the president of the Republic of Cyprus, Mr. Nicos Anastasiades.

Dr. Constantinidou is a professor of language disorders and clinical neuropsychology and director of the Center for Applied Neuroscience at the University of Cyprus.

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The Brucker International Luncheon

Dr Donald StussThe International Networking Group welcomes Donald T. Stuss, PhD, C Psych, ABPP-CN as the 2014 Brucker International Luncheon speaker. He will present, Completing the Circle between Science and Rehabilitation: The Ontario Brain Institute Story.

Dr. Stuss is founding president and scientific director of the Ontario Brain Institute, and founding director (1989 -- 2008) and senior scientist at the Rotman Research Institute of Baycrest Centre. At the University of Toronto, Dr. Stuss is a professor of medicine (neurology and rehabilitation science) and psychology.

He has been honored as a fellow by several professional associations, including the CPA, APA (Divisions 3, 6, 20, 40), APS, American Heart and Stroke Association, and the AAAS. In 2011, he received the National Academy of Neurosciences Lifetime Contributions to Neuropsychology Award.

Dr. Stuss' research focuses on understanding and treating the cognitive functions and personality changes associated with the frontal lobes as they occur after stroke, normal elderly, and in those with traumatic brain injury or dementia.

He has authored or co-authored more than 190 publications and 48 chapters; and presented over 270 invited scientific lectures and workshops. His publications have been cited more than 14,000 times.


brucker international luncheonEach year, the International Networking Group sponsors the Brucker International Luncheon held during the ACRM Annual Conference. The Luncheon was established in 2008 in memory of Dr. Bernard (Bernie) Brucker, a long-standing ACRM member, who died unexpectedly that year. The luncheon has grown to become an ACRM tradition.

Learn more about Bernard Brucker 

 


How May I Participate in the International Networking Group?

You can be a part of this global rehabilitation research network by contacting the chair:

Fofi ConstantinidouFofi Constantinidou, PhD
Professor of Language Disorders & Clinical Neuropsychology
Department of Psychology
Director, Center for Applied Neuroscience
University of Cyprus
Nicosia, Cyprus
T. 011+  357 22 89 2078
Email:  fofic@ucy.ac.cy

Members meet monthly via teleconference to discuss their ongoing work. including:
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  • Updates on current projects
  • Development of new dissemination products
  • International programming for the ACRM Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research


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View Current Task Force Members

 


GET INVOLVED TODAY!

Join an International Networking Group Task Force


ANNUAL CONFERENCE TASK FORCE

Co-chairs: Stephanie Kolakowsky-Hayner, PhD
Gerben DeJong, PhD
Focus: Encourage international content at the ACRM Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research
Organize the annual Brucker International Luncheon for international attendees




 



ORGANIZATION AND RESEARCH TASK FORCE

Co-chairs: Donna Langenbahn, PhD, FACRM
Angela Colantonio, PhD, FACRM
Focus: Promote international research and cooperation
Identify funding sources for future research opportunities


MARKETING AND OUTREACH TASK FORCE

Co-chairs: Susie Charlifue, PhD
Chris MacDonell
Focus:

Develop materials and website content to inform ACRM members and other rehabilitation stakeholders about the activities of the International Networking Group and opportunities for involvement.


SERVICE DELIVERY & DEVELOPMENT TASK FORCE

Co-chairs:   Amy Morse, BS
Prathap Raghavan, FRCPC, MD

 


How Do I Join other ACRM Groups?

ACRM membership includes affiliation with any ACRM community forum. Members may participate in any group, including Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, and Stroke Interdisciplinary Special Interest Groups; Early Career, Healthcare Policy, International, and Outcomes Measurement Networking Groups; as well as groups now forming for Geriatric Rehabilitation, Pain, Neurodegenerative Diseases, and Pediatric Rehabilitation. Nonmembers are welcome and encouraged to participate in any networking or  forming group. Please contact Terri Compos, ACRM Community Relations Manager, for details.

 


 


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