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Lynn Lawson
05-10-2000, 03:18 AM
ABSTRACTS FOR POSTER AND PAPER PRESENTATIONS EXTENDED!

The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine has re-opened the Call for Papers and Posters for the 77th Annual meeting. The program committee decided to take action for others to join the ACRM at the Annual Meeting due to an increase in presentation space and time,

We encourage you to share your research and innovative ideas in this interactive interdisciplinary forum of rehabilitation and basic science researchers, clinicians, administrators, managers and payers; where dissemination of your research and innovations will clearly impact practice. All rehabilitation-related science, theory, clinical outcomes, practice issues, teaching, administration, consumer, alternative practice, and innovative practice topics are encouraged.

Abstract instructions and forms are available on the ACRM website at www.acrm.org/conference/start.htm. You can find the information under the Annual Meeting category.

If you have specific questions about the process, you may contact me at lylawson@acrm.org.

See you in Hilton Head, South Carolina!

Lynn Lawson

Director of Meetings & Conventions










ABSTRACTS FOR POSTER AND PAPER PRESENTATIONS EXTENDED!
The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine has re-opened the Call for
Papers and Posters for the 77th Annual meeting. The program committee decided to
take action for others to join the ACRM at the Annual Meeting due to an increase
in presentation space and time,
We encourage you to share your research and
innovative ideas in this interactive interdisciplinary forum of rehabilitation
and basic science researchers, clinicians, administrators, managers and payers;
where dissemination of your research and innovations will clearly impact
practice. All rehabilitation-related science, theory, clinical outcomes,
practice issues, teaching, administration, consumer, alternative practice, and
innovative practice topics are encouraged.
Abstract instructions and forms are available on the ACRM website at
www.acrm.org/conference/start.htm. You can find the information under the Annual Meeting
category.
If you have specific questions about the process, you may contact me at
lylawson@acrm.org.
See you in Hilton Head, South Carolina!
Lynn Lawson
Director of Meetings & Conventions