2015 Annual Conference
WHAT: The ACRM 92nd Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR) will offer NONSTOP CONTENT for brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, neurodegenerative diseases, pain, cancer and pediatric rehabilitation.
THE Largest interdisciplinary conference in the world for rehabilitation research
WHERE: Hilton Anatole // 2201 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX, USA 75207
WHEN: 25 – 30 October 2015
IN A NUTSHELL: PIRR brings together an interdisciplinary mix of rehabilitation professionals from around the world to learn about cutting-edge research and its translation into clinical practice to IMPROVE LIVES of those with disabling conditions.
Committed to the mission to IMPROVE LIVES through interdisciplinary rehabilitation research, ACRM delivers a world-class content:
- Bringing together all members of the rehabilitation team for PEER-TO-PEER Learning at its best
- Providing a platform for critical INTERDISCIPLINARY Exchange
- Translating and disseminating the LATEST RESEARCH Findings
- To BRIDGE THE GAP between Research and Practice
- Promoting a COLLABORATIVE & INCLUSIVE Culture
- Informing EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE and standards
- Providing CONTINUING EDUCATION Credit for 11 disciplines
HOW: Registration is not yet open for 2015. Receive notification when registration opens and don’t miss the Early Bird savings >>> QUICK SIGN-UP
WHY?: To create the sparks that happen only with in-person exchange. To share passions, share research, engage, collaborate and dive deep into topics that will IMPROVE LIVES.
MORE Conference info:
Participate in the ACRM 2015 Annual Conference in Dallas, Texas by presenting educational content in one of three formats:
- In-depth, 4- or 8-hours preconference instructional courses,
- 90-minute core conference symposium, or
- An oral or poster presentation of a scientific paper.
- Present your latest research to a vast international audience
- Boost recognition of your work
- Connect with an interdisciplinary mix of colleagues
- Publish your poster abstracts
PROPOSAL SUBMISSION DATES
|Pre-Conference Instructional Courses||15 December 2014||6 February 2015|
|Symposia||15 January 2015||3 April 2015|
|Scientific Papers & Posters||2 March 2015||8 May 2015|
Contact meetings@ACRM.org or +1.703.435.5335.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone and everyone interested in the latest and greatest rehabilitation research — especially:
All rehabilitation professionals who need to know about cutting-edge research and the very latest in evidence-based practice.
MORE THAN A CONFERENCE …
- Continuing Education in 11 disciplines
- NONSTOP content in 6 diagnostic areas
- Preconference Instructional Courses
- 2-Day Training for Cognitive Rehabilitation and Cardiac Rehabilitation
- PLUS dozens of additional interdisciplinary topics
- 300+ Scientific Papers & Posters
… IMPROVING LIVES
BUNDLE OF SAVINGS — ACRM WORLD PASS
The ACRM WORLD PASS bundles conference registration with luncheons and gala tickets & more for HUGE savings.
INCLUDES ALL of these favorites:
- Core conference registration (28 – 30 October: more than 100 educational symposia, 300+ papers and posters)
- CME/CEU credit in your choice of 11 disciplines
- Tickets to TWO lunch programs of your choice
- Henry B. Betts Awards Gala ticket
- Presentation slides of core conference symposia and instructional courses
Your Colleagues Will Tell You
|“You can’t beat the value of the ACRM conference. The inter-disciplinary program is relevant to your whole team, and the content is cutting-edge. Whether your specialty is stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury or neuro-degenerative diseases, ACRM is presenting the evidence you need.”
—Chris MacDonell, FACRM, CARF
|“I enjoyed the combination of clinically and scientifically oriented contributions and the interdisciplinary nature of the conference.” —GM Ribbers, MD, PhD, Rotterdam Neurorehabilitation Research|
|“I chose to present a poster at the 2012 ACRM Annual Conference because competing for and receiving this kind of recognition can be an important part of successful career development. Winning the Outstanding Scientific Poster Award was a great honor; and I encourage participation in this event by other students and early career scientists who, like me, strive for excellence in rehabilitation research. —2012 Outstanding Scientific Poster Winner, Kenneth C. Chelette, MS, Biomedical Engineer, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY|
|“Great conference, lots of take-away information to help improve practice in BI.” —Calvin Haws, Service Manager (BScOT)|
|“ACRM’s annual meeting provides an unprecedented opportunity to remain current on rehabilitation research advances and to meet authors, reviewers and editors of Archives.”—Allen W. Heinemann, PhD, ABPP, FACRM, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation|
|“I have had an amazing experience as a participant in this conference.
Thanks for everything!” —Diana Krasteva, Physiotherapist, Lion’s Gate Hospital, North Vancouver, BC
|“With a collegial harmonious atmosphere, rare in mega-medical conferences, ACRM functions as powerful “glue” that joins together professionals from all specialty areas and disciplines for intellectual exchange and improved rehabilitative outcomes.” —Sue Ann Sisto, PT, PhD, FACRM, Stony Brook University School of Health Technology and Management|
|“The ACRM Annual Conference has grown to become the world’s largest interdisciplinary conference in the field of rehabilitation research, and as a result, the peer-to-peer networking is second to none.” —Gary Ulicny, PhD, FACRM, Shepherd Center|
|“As a clinician in the field for less than three years, this event opened my eyes to the research being done to advance the field and gave me a deeper understanding of where we come from in terms of becoming evidence-based in rehab. I appreciated the early career focus as well as the continued focus on interdisciplinary work”. —Christina Lighthill, MOT, OTR|
|“Attending ACRM’s annual meeting provides the opportunity to forge and extend key relationships, which can then be maintained and developed through the rest of the year in our increasingly connected and online international rehabilitation community.” —Duncan Babbage, PhD, Auckland University of Technology, Centre for Person Centred Research, Auckland, NZ|
|“ACRM’s commitment to early career rehabilitation scientists and practitioners is unparalleled, not only in rehabilitation but across most professional organizations.” —2012 ACRM Annual Conference Attendee|
|“ACRM consistently provides translational research information that is timely and clinically relevant to the everyday practice of Brain Injury Medicine. Providing this in a format that fosters interdisciplinary dialogue adds icing to this cake!” — Gregory O’Shanick, MD, Medical Director Emeritus, Brain Injury Association of America|
| “Attending the ACRM meeting has been a great experience on many levels.”
— Mar Cortes, MD, Clinical Research, Burke Medical Research Institute, White Plains, NY
|“I have attended this conference for many years. It is a significant opportunity for professional collaboration and for adding to the knowledge base of the field.” —Thomas Felicetti, PhD, Beechwood Rehabilitation Services|
|“The conference provided a rich environment for interprofessional education that is needed for collaborative clinical practice and research! A must attend conference for all team members.” —Genevieve Pinto Zipp, PT, EdD|
|“Participating in the “Early Career” workshop at the ACRM annual conference connected me with unique mentoring opportunities in various disciplines of rehabilitation, which have continued to promote my development as a clinician and scientist.” —
Bhatnagar, MD, PM&R Chief-Resident, Wayne State University/Oakwood