ACRM Honors Dr. Mark Nash with John Stanley Coulter Award


Congratulations to ERI faculty member Mark S. Nash, PhD, FACSM on receiving the 2018 John Stanley Coulter Award at the 95th American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) Conference in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Nash is an expert in the field of Neurological Surgery and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and the award recognizes his professional achievements which have contributed significantly to the field of rehabilitation.

Dr. Nash teaches ERI course “Pharmacology Fundamentals for Therapists” which examines prescription and non-prescription medicine used in the therapy setting, as well as the side effects that influence treatment and outcomes. He is a dynamic instructor who is highly regarded for his ability to take complex information and make it meaningful and clinically relevant. His pharmacology courses have earned widespread kudos for ease of understanding and relevance to therapy practice. Check out what course participants are saying:

“The course was extremely informative but what made the course a home run was the presenter; Mark Nash. He presented the material in an extremely organized and efficient way with dabs of good humor, and the patience to adeptly answer all questions.” – J. Shulman

“This was one of the most informative and interesting courses I have ever been to in years. Dr. Nash was fantastic. I would recommend this course to any discipline in need of a good pharmacology review” – Class Attendee

Join us in congratulating Dr. Nash and be sure to expand your knowledge and practice safer, more effective therapy by registering for the course “Pharmacology Fundamentals for Therapists.”