Top 5 Reasons to Attend
Learn about the latest rehabilitation research translated for clinical practice
Engage in critical interdisciplinary exchange with colleagues who share your interests
High-caliber, NONSTOP content for 7 focus areas under one roof
Meet potential employers, collaborators, mentors and funders
Earn up to 30 Continuing Education Credits in your choice of 14 disciplines
PRESENT your latest research at the world’s LARGEST conference for interdisciplinary rehabilitation research.
Learn about cutting-edge RESEARCH and innovative TECHNOLOGY you need in your practice.
Stay current with emerging EVIDENCE-BASED practices.
NETWORK with rehabilitation colleagues from around the world. ACRM has hosted attendees from 50+ countries.
Engage in INTERDISCIPLINARY exchange.
Meet the editors of the ACRM scientific journal, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation—the most cited journal in rehabilitation.
Meet potential COLLABORATORS, mentors and funders.
Meet today’s leading RESEARCHERS working in your specialty area.
Hear about EMERGING translational research to improve rehabilitation outcomes.
Learn the latest in EVIDENCE-BASED practice.
GET INVOLVED – BE INSPIRED
Catch the ENERGY of discovery
Engage with HIGH-CALIBER researchers and clinicians
PRESENT an instructional course, symposium or scientific poster
Attend ACRM Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group and Networking Group meetings and get involved.
ADVANCE YOUR RESEARCH CAREER
Gain KNOWLEDGE you need in your research or clinical practice
Meet potential COLLABORATORS, mentors and funders
EARLY CAREER DEVELOPMENT COURSE to set your career on the right track
Dig deep into special interest areas with half-day INSTRUCTIONAL COURSES.
Hear about changes in legislation and health care policy affecting funding opportunities.
NON-STOP CONTENT IN 7 FOCUS AREAS
NONSTOP CONTENT for brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, neurodegenerative diseases ( i.e., multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, ALS), pain, cancer, and pediatric rehabilitation
Outstanding educational QUALITY
Earn CONTINUING EDUCATION credits in your choice of 14 disciplines - More disciplines than any other rehabilitation conference.
Located in the Trinity Complex Ballroom, adjacent to the registration desk, this year’s EXPO will be a valuable addition to your learning experience. Plus, the EXPO will be open with more unopposed hours to ensure you have the time needed to see it all.
Scientific posters will also be on display in the EXPO space, so there will be plenty to do and see during networking breaks.
Be sure to visit ACRM CENTRAL located at the back of the hall for a chance to win VALUABLE prizes, such as a 2016 ACRM Annual Conference registration and MUCH more!
EXHIBITORS WELCOME RECEPTION & POSTER VIEWING
Meet your friends and colleagues at the EXPO Wednesday evening for the Exhibitors Welcome Reception, featuring 150 exhibitors, refreshments, exciting prices, and poster viewing.
The ACRM Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR), brings together 2,000+ researchers, providers, educators and administrators for critical interdisciplinary exchange. Newcomers encounter a welcoming and collegial atmosphere energized by the excitement of discovery and collaboration.
A Global Audience Within Reach
Partner with ACRM and REACH influencers and decision-makers in top rehabilitation hospitals, academic medical centers and government agencies around the world.
Top 5 Reasons to Reserve Now
Pick your choice of locations (ONLY 150 booths available)
Explosive growth - ACRM is the fasting growing healthcare association with 50 percent growth in attendance last year
Connect with decision makers - the physicians and researchers leading the market
Best Value - Become an Institutional Member for significant savings and maximum benefits
ACRM | American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine is an organization of rehabilitation professionals dedicated to serving people with disabling conditions by supporting research that promotes health, independence, productivity, and quality of life; and meets the needs of rehabilitation clinicians and people with disabilities.
In order to enhance current and future research and knowledge translation, ACRM assists researchers in improving their investigations and dissemination of findings; educates providers to deliver best practices, and advocates for funding of future rehabilitation research.