INRS sessions program
The four RehabWeek conferences will join for common keynote lectures, panel discussions and other events. In addition, each of the four conferences will organize its own, conference specific sessions. For an overview over the RehabWeek program with common and individual sessions, please consult the downloadable overview at the bottom of this page. The INRS specific session program is the following:
Organized by: World Federation of Neurorehabilitation
“Demand for impairment oriented rehabilitation”
Title: "What is the evidence so far?"
Title: "Do «robots» help?"
Seng Kwee Wee
Organized by: IISART
“Instrumented assessment and training”
Title: "Integrating instrumented assessment and training into daily life after stroke: From smarter wheelchairs for acute rehabilitation to finger sensors for home use"
Sponsored by: Hocoma
Title: "Smarter Measurement Tools: Assessing Neurologic Recovery after stroke using Robotics"
Sponsored by: BKIN Technologies
Title: "Robot Assisted Training for the Upper Limb after Stroke (RATULS)"
Sponsored by: tecnalia
Title: "Control strategies for cooperative FES-robot upper limb rehabilitation"
Sponsored by: tyromotion
Organized by: Wellington Hospital, London
“Current clinical application of advanced technologies and where to next?”
to be defined
Title: "Using technology to maximise intensity and outcomes in Neurological Rehabilitation"
Dr. Andrew Jackson
Title: "Neural interfaces fort he brain and spinal cord"
Dr. Huub van Hedel
Title: "Rehabilitation technologies in children: playfully moving forward"
Organized by: eNHANCE Project (Horizon 2020)
eNHANCE upper limb function during daily-life in people with physical disabilities
Title: "Assistive technology for people with limited mobility"
Title: "Multi-modal Gaze-controlled robotic restoration of movement"
Title: "Validation of the eNHANCE gaze-controlled arm/hand support systems: User views"
Title: "Usability of the eNHANCE device in an adolescent Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy population"
Intensity matters: how rehabilitation technology can help!
Title: "Intensive, biomechanically suitable, visually enhanced, rehabilitation of movement: the future for Physical rehabilitation"
Sponsored by: Motek
Title: "Intensity dependent clinical effects of instrumented task-oriented upper limb training in Multiple-Sclerosis"
Sponsored by: tyromotion
Title: Robotics for rehabilitation in acute stroke
Sponsored by: IISART
RehabWeek 2017 Scientific Program
Please click the link below for the preliminary RehabWeek 2017 Scientific Program.