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91st Annual Conference

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PROGRESS IN REHABILITATION RESEARCH: TRANSLATION TO CLINICAL PRACTICE

2-DAY COURSES ::

7 – 11 OCTOBER 2014 | TORONTO, CANADA

AT-A- GL ANCE

Tu e - We d // 8 : 0 0 A M – 5: 0 0 P M

BRAIN INJURY

VASCULAR DISEASE Preventing & Reversing Vascular Disease CONTINUED…

More info including additional faculty with affiliations and credentials at http://www.ACRMconference.org

Cognitive Rehabilitation Training CONTINUED…

AFTERNOON MEETING 12: 0 0 P M – 5: 0 0 P M

B R E A K :: 12: 0 0 P M – 1: 0 0 P M …CONTINUED Preventing & Reversing Vascular Disease

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COR E CONFE R E NC E DAY #1

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Preventing & Reversing Vascular Disease CONTINUED…

Cognitive Rehabilitation Training

CROSSCUTTING Early Career Development Course

CONTINUED…

more info coming soon CONTINUED…

BRAIN INJURY

BRAIN INJURY

BRAIN INJURY

(1)  Coping Skills Training for Survivors of Brain Injury and Caregivers: A Workshop FACULTY: Samantha Backhaus…

(2)  Fatigue in Traumatic Brain Injury: Current State of Knowledge and Future Direction FACULTY: Angela Colantonio…

(3)  Evidence, Expertise and Applicability: Key Lessons in Development and Implementation of TBI Clinical Practice Guidelines FACULTY: Mark Theodore Bayley…

CONTINUED…

SPINAL CORD

Preventing & Reversing Vascular Disease

BRAIN INJURY …CONTINUED

7:00 – 8:00 AM ACRM MEETINGS:

Early Career Dev. Course

5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Early Career Dev. Course Reception & ACRM Community Introductions

STROKE

(6)  Multimorbidity and Secondary Health Conditions after SCI: Critical insights and Advances from the North SCI FACULTY: Paul Yoo…

& Staying Active: Promoting LongTerm Health and Fitness in the SCI Community FACULTY: Nicholas Evans…

(5)  Functional Electrical Stimulation for Gait: A Clinical Update in Neurorehabilitation FACULTY: Michael O’Dell...

CANCER

:: 8 : 0 0 A M – 12 : 0 0 P M

CROSSCUTTING

CANCER

(7)  The Role of Physical Therapy Across the Patient Care Continuum in Pediatric Oncology FACULTY: Susan Miale…

(8)  Cancer Rehabilitation: An Update and Discussion of Future Care FACULTY: Julie Silver…

CROSSCUTTING

(9)  An Introduction to Longitudinal Data Analysis (Part I Continuous Outcomes) FACULTY: Christopher Pretz…

(10)  Harmonizing

the Measurement of Function: From the Acute Hospital Throughout PostAcute Care FACULTY: Paulette Niewczyk…

CARF (11)  Everything You

Wanted to Know About 2014 CARF Standards and Process and Much More FACULTY: Chris MacDonell

B R E A K :: 12 : 0 0 P M – 1: 0 0 P M

HALF-DAY AFTERNOON INSTRUCTIONAL COURSES

CROSSCUTTING …CONTINUED

Cognitive Rehabilitation Training

SPINAL CORD

(4)  Getting Fit

B R E A K :: 12 : 0 0 P M – 1: 0 0 P M

VASCULAR DISEASE

BI-ISIG: Disorders of Consciousness Task Force: ACRM AAN NIDRR Model Systems DOC Evidence-Based Guidelines Workgroup Meeting

HALF-DAY MORNING INSTRUCTIONAL COURSES

8 : 0 0 A M – 5: 0 0 P M

BRAIN INJURY

VASCULAR DISEASE

…CONTINUED Cognitive Rehabilitation Training

BRAIN INJURY

BRAIN INJURY

…CONTINUED from the morning (1)  Coping

(12)  Interprofessional Clinical Practice Guideline For Vocational Evaluation Following TBI — Development, Implementation FACULTY: Mary Stergiou-Kita…

Skills Training for Survivors of Brain Injury and Caregivers: A Workshop

BRAIN INJURY (13)  A Canadian

8 : 0 0 A M – 10 : 0 0 A M

(14)  Advanced Symposium on Teaching the International Standards for Neurological Classification of SCI FACULTY: Ronald Reeves…

Brain Injury RehabilitationCentre for Excellence — Current and Future Directions FACULTY: Peter Rumney…

Stroke-ISIG: Movement Interventions Task Force Meeting

Stroke-ISIG Business Meeting

SPINAL CORD

(15)  Mental Practice

(23)  An Overview of Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis FACULTY: Maria Milazzo

for Movement After Stroke: An Instructional Course for Clinicians FACULTY: Stephen Page

International Networking Group Business Meeting

WELCOME REMARKS AND PLENARY I:

NEURODEGENERATIVE

STROKE

CROSSCUTTING

(16)  Cancer Rehabilitation: Utilization of

(17)  An Introduction to Longitudinal Data Analysis (Part II Non-Continuous Outcomes) FACULTY: Christopher Pretz…

Inpatient Rehabilitation for the Oncology Patient FACULTY: Vishwa Raj…

SCI-ISIG: Fitness & Wellness Task Force Meeting

Outcomes Measurement Networking Group Meeting

BI-ISIG: Disorders of Consciousness Task Force: ACRM/ AAN NIDRR Model Systems EvidenceBased Guidelines Workgroup Meeting

B R E A K :: 12 P M – 1 P M

:: 1: 0 0 P M – 5: 0 0 P M

CANCER

ALL DAY MEETING

CARF

CARF

MEETING

(18)  Solving Business and Clinical Dilemmas While Retaining Quality FACULTY: Gary Ulicny

(19)  Building a Research Culture in a Clinical Setting FACULTY: Mark Bayley

BI-ISIG: Disorders of Consciousness Task Force: ACRM/ AAN NIDRR Model Systems EvidenceBased Guidelines Workgroup Meeting

Early Career Networking Group: Physicians Task Force Meeting

Military & Veterans Affairs Networking Group Meeting

Pushing, Pulling, Nudging and Tipping Evidence Into Practice: Experience From the Frontline Implementing Best Practices in Rehabilitation // Mark Bayley CC/CP

N E T WO R K I N G B R E A K :: 10 : 0 0 A M – 10 :4 5 A M | VISIT THE EXPO!

CONCURRENT SESSIONS BRAIN INJURY

BRAIN INJURY

#1152 Interventions Affecting Outcomes Following Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation FACULTY: John Corrigan BI/CP

#1139 LongTerm Social Role Difficulties for the Person With a Brain Injury and a Psychiatric Diagnosis FACULTY: Rolf Gainer BI/CP

LUNCH BREAK 12:3 0 P M – 2: 0 0 P M

BRAIN INJURY #1142 Pediatric Concussion: Who, What, When, Where, and Why FACULTY: Stacy Suskauer BI/PR

SPINAL CORD #1101 The World Health Organization’s (WHO) Intern’l Perspectives on SCI (IPSCI) Report: Implications FACULTY: Yuying Chen SCI/HP

BI-ISIG Annual Summit 12:3 0 P M – 1:3 0 P M

STROKE #1151 Improving Walking Ability in Patients After Stroke: Different Roads Lead to Rome FACULTY: Johan Rietman ST/CP

11: 0 0 A M – 12:3 0 P M

NEURODEGENERATIVE

PAIN

CANCER

#1182 An Interdisciplinary Update on Exercise in Multiple Sclerosis: State of the Art and Practical Applications FACULTY: Tania Bruno ND/CP

#1211 Opioids for Chronic Non-Cancer Pain: Update on Scientific Evidence and Practical Aspects of Prescribing FACULTY: Andrea D. Furlan Pain/CP

#1246 Advancing Cancer Survivorship Care W/ Integrated Cancer Rehab. Treatment Algorithms for Symptom Management FACULTY: W. Christian VandenBerg Cancer/CP

#1092 Electrical Stimulation Training in Persons With Spinal Cord Injury: Outcomes of Clinical Trials FACULTY: Ashraf Gorgey SCI/CP

Too Young for Therapy? ActivityBased Rehabilitation for Infants and Toddlers With Spinal Cord Injuries FACULTY: Janet Dean SCI/Ped Rehab

#1225 Rehabilitation Robotics and Neuro-Stimulation FACULTY: Hermano Krebs ST/Neuroscience

#1304 The Inpatient Rehab. Experience of Patients With Cancer FACULTY: Jacqueline Mix Cancer/OR

12:3 0 P M – 2: 0 0 P M Neurodegenerative Diseases Networking Group Luncheon

Falls in Individuals With Multiple Sclerosis: Predictors, Consequences and Prevention FACULTY: Michelle Cameron ND/CP

Oral Presentation of Scientific Papers: PAIN

CROSS-CUTTING #1192 Translating Research Into Person-Centered Practices in Rehab.: Examples From the US, Canada, and New Zeal FACULTY: Christina Papadimitrioun CC/CP

#1167 How to Get Published: Authorship, Reporting Guidelines, Reviewing in Medical Rehabilitation FACULTY: Leighton Chan CC/Other

#1205 Innovative Strategies to Promote Exercise Participation and Adherence Among Individuals W/ Mobility Impairments FACULTY: Jennifer French CC/CP

Oral Presentation of Scientific Papers

12 :3 0 P M – 2 : 0 0 P M Brucker International Lunch with Speaker, Donald T. Stuss: Completing the Circle Between Science and Rehabilitation: The Ontario Brain Institute Story

with Speaker, John DeLuca: Cognitive Rehabilitation in MS: A Behavioral and Neuroimaging Analysis

CONCURRENT SESSIONS Sheldon Berrol Memorial Chautauqua with Angela Colantonio & Yelena Goldin: A Call to Action for Health Disparities BI

CANCER

2: 0 0 P M – 3:3 0 P M #1082 There is No Place Like Home: Identifying Strategies to Decrease Readmissions FACULTY: Pamela Roberts CC/CP

#1310 Regenerative Medicine of Musculoskeletal Tissue: Bone, Cartilage, Disc and Muscle FACULTY: Nathan K. LeBrasseur CC/ OR

#1150 Recognizing Imbalance and Fall Risk in Cancer Survivors FACULTY: Elizabeth Hile Cancer/CP

ACRM EXPO OPEN

#1158 Answering Global Challenges in International Health Care Systems: What Can We Learn From Each Other FACULTY: Christina May Moran de Brito CC/HP

#1130 Developing Best Practice in Rehabilitation for Patients With Severe Obesity FACULTY: Mary Forhan CC/CP

#1154 Current Challenges With Spasticity Treatment: Road Blocks or Opportunities? FACULTY: Chetan Phadke CC/CP

#1273 Developing and Reporting Research Evidence That Makes a Difference in Systematic Reviews FACULTY: Ronald Seel CC/RM

#1234 Advances in Psychosocial Rehabilitation: Social Integration and Community Participation in Vulnerable Populations FACULTY: Alexander Libin CC/CP

#1279 Social Media: The Emerging Source for Expert Advice for Persons With Disabilities FACULTY: Julie Gassaway CC/Tech

10 : 0 0 A M – 7: 0 0 P M

Oral Presentation of Scientific Papers

N E T WO R K I N G B R E A K :: 3:3 0 P M – 4: 0 0 P M | VISIT THE EXPO! #1103 Minimal Competency Guidelines for Rehab. of Persons W/ Disorders of Consciousness FACULTY: John Whyte BI/ST/HP

#1102 Aging and LongTerm Issues Following Traumatic Brain Injury FACULTY: Mel Glenn BI/CP

#1155 Brain Injury Before Age 5: Implications for Rehabiliation FACULTY: Angela Ciccia BI/Ped Rehab

#1274 Depression After SCI: State of the Science for Researchers and Practical Inform. for Clinicians FACULTY: Charles Bombardier SCI/CP

#2260 Hot Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation: Differences in Models of Stroke Rehab. Across Intern’l Settings FACULTY: Elizabeth Skidmore ST/CP

#1186 Cognitive and Brain Control of Mobility in Normal and Pathological Aging FACULTY: Joe Verghese ND/Other

#1206 Develop., Implementation and Sustainability of an Early Mobilization Program for Critically Ill Oncology Adult Patients FACULTY: Shari Frankel Cancer/CP

#1163 Evidence-Informed Intervention Approaches to Help Cancer Survivors Self-Manage Cognitive and Behavioral Concerns FACULTY: Robert J. Ferguson Cancer/CP

#2088 Multidisciplinary Pain Programs in Norway and Denmark With a Focus on Return to Work FACULTY: Irene Øyeflaten Pain/OR

Oral Presentation of Scientific Papers

E X H I B I TO R S W E LC O M E R EC E P T I O N & A N N O U N C E M E N T O F P O S T E R AWA R D S :: 5:3 0 P M – 7: 0 0 P M | EXPO HALL

COR E CONFE R E NC E DAY #2

FRI

7:00 – 8:15 AM ACRM MEETINGS:

SPONSORED BREAKFAST 7:15 A M – 8 :15 A M

BI-ISIG: Pediatric & Adolsecent Task Force Meeting 7: 0 0 A M – 8 :15 A M

CONCURRENT SESSIONS BRAIN INJURY

BRAIN INJURY

#1247 Identifying Active Ingredients and Outcomes of Discipline Specific Therapy in TBI Rehabilitation FACULTY: Clare Giuffrida BI/CP

#1214 Concussion and Students: An Inter-Professional Approach to Concussion Management FACULTY: Michael Hutchison BI/CP

BRAIN INJURY #1263 Methodological Issues in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Research: A Workshop FACULTY: Vicki Leigh Kristman BI/RM

SPINAL CORD #1170 Emerging Biological Targets for Spinal Cord Repair and Regenerative Rehabilitation FACULTY: Michael G. Fehlings SCI/Neuroscience

STROKE #1126 Conceptual Framework for the Study of Sleep Disturbance Following Acute Neurologic Injury FACULTY: Ross Zafonte ST/BI/CP

NEURODEGENERATIVE #1222 Pediatric MS: Outomes and Interventions FACULTY: Brenda Banwell ND/CP

Stroke-ISIG: Movement & Interventions Task Force Meeting 7: 0 0 A M – 8 :15 A M

Early Career Networking Group Business Meeting 7: 0 0 – 8 :3 0 A M

BI-ISIG: Disorders of Consciousness Task Force General Meeting 7: 0 0 – 8 :3 0 A M

8 :3 0 A M – 10 : 0 0 A M

PAIN

CANCER

#1292 Pain Catastrophizing and Fear-Avoidance of Movement FACULTY: Virgil Wittmer Pain/CP

#1208 Treating People With Cancer: Opportunities for Professionals Exist, But What Are the Learning Needs? FACULTY: Oren Cheifetz Cancer/CP

CROSS-CUTTING #1195 Navigating US PostAcute Care Policy: Where Do I Begin? FACULTY: Anne Deutsch CC/HP

#1177 Telerehabilitation: A New Frontier in Geriatric Rehabilitation FACULTY: Deirdre Dawson CC/Geriatric/CP

#1153 Integrating Assistive Technology Into Rehab. Programming: Successes and Challenges FACULTY: Brian W. Schulz CC/Tech

#1313 New Trends in the Care and Rehabilitation of Chronic and Complex Medical Conditions FACULTY: Kristin D. Zhao CC/CP

NIDRR-Sponsored ARRT Young Investigators Panel of Oral Presentations

N E T WO R K I N G B R E A K :: 10 : 0 0 A M – 11: 0 0 A M | VISIT THE EXPO! 11: 0 0 A M – 12:3 0 P M

PLENARY II:

SCI Luncheon with Speaker, Mark S. Nash: Wellness

LUNCH BREAK 12:3 0 P M – 2: 0 0 P M

Advances in Technology for Independent Living // Geoff Fernie, Milos Popovic, Alex Mihailidis

BI-ISIG: Girls & Women with ABI Task Force Meeting

After SCI: Are We Barking Up The Wrong Tree?

BI-ISIG: Disorders of Consciousness Task Force: Minimal Compentency Guidelines for Rehabilitation of DOC Workgroup Meeting

CONCURRENT SESSIONS #1145 EvidenceBased Management of Secondary Conditions in TBI Inpatient Rehabilitation FACULTY: Ronald T. Seel BI/CP

#1287 Pharmacotherapy of Post-Traumatic Cog Impairments: Investig.of Acetylcholinergic and Catecholaminergic Approaches FACULTY: David Arciniegas BI/CP

#1099 Bridging the Gaps Between Medical Rehab and Schools for Students With Acquired BI FACULTY: Drew Nagele BI/ST/Ped Rehab

#1231 Environment Matters: Contrib. of Geographic Data to Understanding SCI Incidence and Rehab. Outcomes FACULTY: Yuying Chen SCI/OR

#1107 Longitudinal Outcome Models in Traumatic Brain Injury and SCI: From Research to Practice FACULTY: Allan Kozlowski BI/SCI/RM

#1181 Identifying and Addressing the Needs of Vulnerable Populations in Stroke FACULTY: Barbara Lutz ST/CP

CC/Tech Membership Committee Meeting (by invitation)

2: 0 0 P M – 3:3 0 P M #1149 Improving Outcomes With Multimodal Prehabilitation in Surgical Cancer Patients FACULTY: Julie K. Silver Cancer/CP

#1179 Pain Assessment and Management in Patients With Severe Brain Injury FACULTY: Caroline Schnakers Pain/CP

#1221 Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis: Cognitive, Fine Motor and Educational Impact FACULTY: Maria Milazzo ND/CP

BI-ISIG: Long-Term Issues Task Force Meeting

#1180 Environmental Factors Item Development for Persons With Stroke, TBI and SCI FACULTY: Allen Heinemann CC/RM

#1176 Preventing Cognitive Decline in Older Adults: Innovative Approaches FACULTY: Deirdre Dawson CC/Geriatric/CP

#1133 The Role of Research in Reimbursement FACULTY: Rachel E. Cowan CC/HP

Oral Presentation of Scientific Papers

N E T WO R K I N G B R E A K :: 3:3 0 P M – 4: 0 0 P M | VISIT THE EXPO!

CONCURRENT SESSIONS #1278 Representation in the TBI Model Systems: Reflections From an Urban Model System FACULTY: Tamara Bushnik BI/OR

#1200 Best Practices in Concussion Management FACULTY: Jennifer Wethe BI/CP

#1122 School-Based Programs Promoting Concussion Symptom Resolution and Recovery: REAP and BrainSTEPS CMT Models FACULTY: Brenda Eagan Brown BI/CP

#1161 Using Implementation Science: A Guide for Sustainable Practice Change in SCI Rehabilitation FACULTY: Cyndie Koning SCI/CP

#1178 The Selective Tibial Neurotomy in the Treatment of the Spastic Equinovarus Foot Among Stroke Patients FACULTY: Thierry Deltombe ST/CP

#1289 Applying the Biopsychosocial Model Toward Prevention of Chronic Pain Syndrome FACULTY: Virgil Wittmer Pain/CP

#1269 TBI: Recovery and Decline FACULTY: Robin Green BI/ND/ Neurosceince

10 : 0 0 A M – 7: 0 0 P M

4: 0 0 P M – 5:3 0 P M #1293 Best Practices for Reporting Rehabilitation Research FACULTY: Anne Deutsch CC/Other

#1285 Disability Within the Context of Breast Cancer Screening, Treatment, and Survivorship FACULTY: Robin Newman Cancer/CP

ACRM EXPO OPEN

#1291 Creating Change in Health Policy: Demonstrating the Value of Rehabilitation in the US and Canada FACULTY: Gary R. Ulicny CC/HP

#1198 Novel Ways to Improve Mobility and Physical Function in Older Adults: A Targeted Intervention Approach FACULTY: Jonathan Bean CC/Geriatric/CP

#1288 Developing Outcomes Data Management and Reporting Capacity for Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Programs FACULTY: Allen Heinemann CC/Tech

#1110 Using Hip Fracture and Replacement Practice-Based Evidence Data to Transform Clinical Practice FACULTY: Susan D. Horn CC/CP

AC R M M E M B E R S H I P M E E T I N G :: 5:4 5 P M – 6:3 0 P M H E N RY B . B E T T S AWA R D S G A L A :: 7: 0 0 P M – 11: 0 0 P M

COR E CONFE R E NC E DAY #3

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7:00 – 8:15 AM ACRM MEETINGS:

BI-ISIG: Disorders of Consciousness Task Force: Acute Confusion Case Definition Workgroup Meeting 7: 0 0 A M – 8 :3 0 A M

Program Committee Meeting (by invitation) 7:3 0 – 8 :3 0 A M

Health Policy Networking Group Meeting 7:3 0 A M – 8 :15 A M

JOHN STANLEY COULTER AWARD LECTURE

8 :3 0 A M – 9:3 0 A M

N E T WO R K I N G B R E A K :: 9:3 0 A M – 10 : 0 0 A M

MID-DAY INSTRUCTIONAL COURSES

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

8 :3 0 A M – 10 : 0 0 A M

10 : 0 0 A M – 2 : 0 0 P M

BRAIN INJURY

CROSSCUTTING

20)  A Multidisciplinary Approach in the Management of Sports Concussion FACULTY: Angela Yi BI/CP

21)   Physician Investigator Basic Training FACULTY: Sue Ann Sisto CC/RM

CROSSCUTTING 22)   Ensuring

the Delivery of High-Quality Fall Prevention: How Rehab. Professionals Engage in Quality Improvement FACULTY: Anne Deutsch CC/CP

BRAIN INJURY

BRAIN INJURY

BRAIN INJURY

#1137 Serving People With TBI and Addiction: Collaboration, Symbiosis Or Denial? FACULTY: John D. Corrigan BI/CP

#1184 What is Unique About Military and Veteran Rehabilitation After Brain Injury? FACULTY: Risa Nakase-Richardson BI/OR

#1207 An Interdisciplinary Clinical Practice Guideline for Concussion Management: Translating Evidence Into Practice FACULTY: Cristin Beazley BI/CP

SPINAL CORD

STROKE

#1223 Use of Telemedicine in Spinal Cord Injury and Pressure Sore: A Pilot Project FACULTY: Hilde Sørli SCI/CP

#1095 Integration of Rehab Strategies and Surgical Reanimation for the Upper Limb After Stroke or SCI FACULTY: Andrew Elkwood ST/SCI/CP

NEURODEGENERATIVE #1183 Cognitive-Motor Interference in Persons With Parkinson’s Disease and Multiple Sclerosis FACULTY: Lisa Muratori ND/CP

PAIN

PARENT

CROSS-CUTTING #1283 Exploring Frontiers in Rehabilitation Science and Technology FACULTY: Fabrisia Ambrosio CC/RM

#1108 ExoskeletonAssisted Walking for Persons With Neurological Conditions, Part I: The State of the Science FACULTY: Allan Kozlowski CC/Tech

#1202 Goal Setting in Rehabilitation: Theory, Practice and Evidence FACULTY: Richard J. Siegert CC/CP

#1162 ExoskeletonAssisted Walking for Persons With Neurological Conditions, Part II: The State of the Art FACULTY: Allan Kozlowski CC/Tech

Oral Presentation of Scientific Papers

Oral Presentation of Scientific Papers

LU N C H B R E A K :: 11:3 0 A M – 12:3 0 P M

#1256 Sex Differences in Comorbidities After Neurotrauma: Implications for Rehabilitation FACULTY: Vincy Chan SCI/BI/OR

CHILDREN…

DIAGNOSTIC AREAS & KEY

#1241 Rehabilitation of Medically Complex Liquid Tumor Inpatients: Challenges and Solutions FACULTY: Arash Asher Cancer/CP

#1173 Interdisciplinary Pain Rehabilitation for Children and Adolescents Gerard Banez Pain/CP

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

ACRM FAMILY BRANDING

CANCER

#1242 Interprofessional Develop. to Support the Transition of Students With TBI From Postsecondary Education to Employment FACULTY: Eileen Elias BI/Tech

#1135 Neurosexuality: Neurobehavioral Approaches to the Study of Sexuality After Traumatic Brain Injury FACULTY: Jhon Moreno BI/CP

#1185 Innovative Assessments and Treatments in Cognitive Rehabilitation FACULTY: Yael Goverover BI/CP

#1297 #1286 Skeletal Muscle Ad- What Did We aptations Following Learn From the Longitudinal Studies Spinal Cord Injury and Their Impact on on Aging and Establishing Appro- Cognitive Function? priate Interventions FACULTY: Patricia Heyn FACULTY: Ceren C O N FER EN C E I C O N S A N D C O LO R S ST/ND/CP Yarar-Fisher SCI/Other

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#2082 Conducting Clinical Research in an Outpatient Pain Management Practice Setting: Benefits and Challenges FACULTY: Joan Cutillo Pain/RM

#1121 Post-Mastectomy Pain Syndrome: Etiology and Risk Factor Identification Informs Current and Future Treatment Options FACULTY: Eric Wisotzky Cancer/CP

#1290 Mediating Entities in the Knowledge Translation Cycle as Catalysts for Organizational Change FACULTY: Allen Heinemann CC/CP

Oral Presentation of Scientific Papers

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