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    ACRM: Annual Conference: Progress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR)

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    PIRR is the LARGEST conference in the world for interdisciplinary rehabilitation research — bringing together rehabilitation researchers, providers, clinicians, and administrators from 65+ countries.

    PIRR offers high-caliber, NONSTOP educational content for brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, neurodegenerative diseases, pain and cancer and these additional focus areas: health/disability policy, ethics and advocacy • international • technology • clinical practice • geriatric rehabilitation • military/veterans affairs • measurement. And more.

     

    FUTURE ANNUAL CONFERENCES 

    2016: CHICAGO // ACRM 93rd ANNUAL CONFERENCE
    2 – 4 November 2016 // CHICAGO, Illinois USA // Hilton Chicago
    30 October – 1 November // Pre-Conference
    More about PIRR2016 >>>

    2017: ATLANTA // ACRM 94th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
    26 – 28 October 2017 // ATLANTA, Georgia USA // Hilton Atlanta
    23 – 25 October // Pre-Conference

    2018: DALLAS // ACRM 95th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
    1 – 3 October 2018 // DALLAS, Texas USA // Hilton Anatole
    28 – 30 September // Pre-Conference

    2019: CHICAGO // ACRM 96th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
    6– 8 November 2019 // CHICAGO, Illinois USA // Hilton Chicago
    3 – 5 November // Pre-Conference

    2020: ATLANTA // ACRM 97th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
    22 – 24 October 2020 // ATLANTA, Georgia USA // Hilton Atlanta
    19 – 21 October // Pre-Conference

    2021: DALLAS // ACRM 98th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
    27 – 29 September 2021 // DALLAS, Texas USA // Hilton Anatole
    24 – 26 September // Pre-Conference

     

    PAST CONFERENCES 

    2015: DALLAS // ACRM 92nd ANNUAL CONFERENCE
    25 – 30 October 2015  // DALLAS, TX, USA  // Hilton Anatole

    >> Archived webpages from 2015 Conference>>>

    >>> More Past ACRM Annual Conferences >>>


     Federal Interagency Conference logo

    The Interagency Conference on TBI, sponsored by a consortium of federal agencies and advocacy groups, brings together clinicians, researchers, consumers, and policy makers to share cutting-edge advances in TBI research and clinical care.

    12 – 14 June 2018 // WASHINGTON, DC USA
    Hilton Washington / 1919 Connecticut Ave, NW

    *Cognitive Rehabilitation Training will be offered 10 – 11 June at the same location. Learn More >>


    ACRM: MID-YEAR MEETING (MYM)

    FREE for MEMBERS!

    Perhaps the best value of ACRM membership is the MID-YEAR MEETING (MYM). Held every Spring, registration to the MYM is FREE for members while the opportunities are priceless. Meet and work face-to-face with task force members, networking groups and ISIGs to tackle priority projects and make significant contributions to the ACRM annual conference program.ACRM_4ARCHAds_DEC15_9Nov15_vF_150

    The casual atmosphere of this meeting makes it the perfect place to reconnect with colleagues, meet a few new ones, explore opportunities for collaboration, and learn more about the important work of ACRM.  More about MYM >>>

    2017: ATLANTA // ACRM MID-YEAR MEETING
    28 – 29 April 2017 // ATLANTA, Georgia USA // Hilton Atlanta

    2018: DALLAS // ACRM MID-YEAR MEETING
    20– 21 April 2018 // DALLAS, Texas USA // Hilton Anatole

    2019: CHICAGO // ACRM MID-YEAR MEETING
    12 – 13 April 2019 // CHICAGO, Illinois USA // Hilton Chicago

    2020: ATLANTA // ACRM MID-YEAR MEETING
    24 – 25 April 2020 // ATLANTA, Georgia USA // Hilton Atlanta

    2021: DALLAS // ACRM MID-YEAR MEETING
    19 – 20 March 2021 // DALLAS, Texas USA // Hilton Anatole

    *Cognitive Rehabilitation Training will be offered during the two days preceding each Mid-Year Meeting Learn More >

     


    COGNITIVE REHABILITATION TRAINING

    Registration includes a printed copy of the manual – a $150 value!

    Based on the ACRM Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual: Translating Evidence-Based Recommendations into Practice, this introductory training teaches evidence-based interventions for impairments of executive functions, memory, attention, hemispatial neglect, and social communication.

    The two-day workshop, led by authors of the Manual, provides an extraordinary opportunity to learn evidence-based cognitive rehabilitation strategies from leading researchers and clinicians in the field.

    >> Learn More >>>

     


     REHABILITATION EVENTS CALENDAR

    Visit this calendar to find meetings and events in rehabilitation.
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