2011 Conference Highlights
PROGRESS IN REHABILITATION RESEARCH
On 11-15 October, rehabilitation professionals from 20 countries came together in Atlanta for the largest annual conference in ACRM-ASNR history! Participants in the 2011 ACRM-ASNR Progress in Rehabilitation Research enjoyed a jam-packed program featuring nationally- and internationally-recognized speakers, outstanding faculty and cutting-edge interdisciplinary content.
We are grateful for the hard work and dedication of the Program Committee, co-chaired by Virginia M. Mills, MS, PT, CCM, LicNHA and Robert C. Wagenaar, PhD; the ACRM Board of Governors led by ACRM president, Gary R. Ulicny, PhD; the ASNR Board of Directors led by ASNR president, Anna M Barrett, MD; and the many staff members and volunteers who made this event possible. THANK YOU!
The deadline for requesting Continuing Education Credits (CMEs/CEUs) has passed.
Congratulations to 2011 ACRM Best Poster Presentation Winners
ACRM 2011 Best Poster Presentation – 1st Place
Yoga Improved Balance and Confidence After Stroke
Arlene Schmid, PhD
Roudebush VAMC, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN
ACRM 2011 Best Poster Presentation – 2nd Place
Management of Syrigomyelia Post SCI: An Evidence Based Review
Swate Metha, PhD
Lawson Health Research Institute, London, ON
ACRM 2011 Best Poster Presentation – 3rd Place
Tongue-Based Biofeedback for Balance in Stroke: Results of an 8-week Pilot Study
Stephen Page, PhD
University of Cincinnati Academic Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH
ACRM BI-ISIG David Strauss, PhD, Memorial Award (Best Poster presentation on brain injury)
Memory Notebook Training for Individuals with Acquired Brain Injury with Involvement of Significant Other
Kristine Kingsley, PhD
Rusk Institute, New York, NY
Special Thanks go to all participants in the recent conference evaluation survey. Your feedback will help inform decisions for the 2012 meeting in Vancouver. Congratulations to Sheri Bartel, MS, CBIS and Liv Nyankori, winners of the survey participation incentive drawing! They each received a $100 American Express Gift Card.