ACRM


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AcronymDefinition
ACRMAmerican Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine
ACRMAmerica's Cup Race Management (sailing)
ACRMAviation Chief Radioman (military classification)
ACRMAnalytical Customer Relationship Management
ACRMAmerican Civil Rights Movement
ACRMAmicale des Cyclos Randonneurs Mulhousiens (French cycling and hiking club)
ACRMAnatomically Correct Reference Model
ACRMAirborne Collection Requirements Message
ACRMAsbestos Containing Roof Material
ACRMAustralasian Compliance Risk Management
ACRMAutomated Communications Resource Manager
ACRMAssistant Customer Relations Manager
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The 2018 American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) Conference is the largest interdisciplinary rehabilitation research conference in the world.
Thompson will operate as a division of MapInfo, within the aCRM business unit but continue to do business from its own offices.
aCRM is the active collection, concentration and analysis of data gathered about the customer and his interactions with the business.
"Jump Seat Observations of Advanced Crew Resource Management (ACRM) Effectiveness." In Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology.
However, the duration for LOC or PTA is not well established, and even experts do not have a single recommendation (ACRM, 1993; APA, 1994).
The Anesthesia Crisis Resource Management (ACRM) designed by researchers at Stanford University almost a decade ago is a technique also modeled from CRM training.
General Directorate of Telecommunications and Information Society of the ACRM. Available at: http://www.tdtrm.es/servlet/s.SL?sit=c,788
The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine's (ACRM's) Vision Task Force members have identified this as a problem and as a causal influence for the lack of communication and understanding between rehabilitation clinicians.
In the present study, ACRM, ACRAc, ABrLAc, ABaSdAc, ABaSdM, ABaRAc, ABaRM, ACSmAq, ACRAq significantly inhibited collagenase, elastase and hyaluronidase enzymes, suggesting that these extracts could be used for the treatment of several diseases including wound, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, inflammation, bone destruction and fibrosis as well as potential ingredients for the cosmetic formulations to avoid skin aging.
At least two of them lunged at Gallaher's plane, but his intrepid gunner, ACRM [Aviation Chief Radioman] Thomas Merritt, kept them at bay.
Simulation-based training in anesthesia crisis resource management (ACRM): a decade of experience.
Various organizations, such as the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM), the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), and the American Psychiatric Association, have different diagnostic classifications that delineate specific factors directly related to TBI and its long-term sequelae.