Mulcahey Award for Research in Outcomes Measurement
Call For submissions – Submission deadline is the closing date for the General Call for Abstracts.
This award honors MJ Mulcahey, Ph.D., OTR/L, a recognized world expert in the rehabilitation of and measurement of outcomes specific to children with spinal cord injury and their families. Dr. Mulcahey served as the Director of Clinical Research and Rehabilitation at the Shriners Hospitals for Children in Philadelphia and is currently a Professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy in the College of Health Professions at Thomas Jefferson University. She was also the first non-physician president of ASIA.
The MJ Mulcahey Award is given for the best abstract submitted to the annual ASIA conference, in the field of outcome measurement (or outcomes research) in spinal cord injury rehabilitation.
Rules and Eligibility
Mulcahey Award submissions are accepted from members of ASIA or non-members in any professional discipline. Recipients must register for and attend the ASIA meeting at which the award will be presented, and present the work as a poster or oral presentation. The award includes a cash prize and an engraved plaque.
How to Apply
Submit your abstract in response to the general call for abstracts for the annual meeting.
Individuals currently serving as ASIA President, President-Elect, Immediate Past President, Research and Awards Committee Chair and Vice Chair are ineligible for the Mulcahey Award.