IISART EducationIndex

Education on advanced rehabilitation technologies is essential in order to provide the best possible therapy solution to patients.

The IISART EducationIndex supports clinicians, scientists and engineers to build or further deepen their knowledge on advanced rehabilitation technologies by providing an overview on international education possibilities in modern healthcare technology in rehabilitation.

To add a new course please do not hesitate to send us the required information (see table below) to education@iisartonline.org.

Start Degree Location Description Target Audience Organizer
click to get more information Continuous education Online course

Focus on robotic rehabilitation therapy for treatment of neurological patients with movement disorders.

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click to get more information M.Sc. Germany (Gera)

Focus on differnt fields of neurorehabiliation like managment skills, treatments, scientific methods, case-oriented and interdisciplinary approaches.

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click to get more information M.Sc. USA (Evanston)

The Master of Science in Robotics (MSR) is full-time graduate program that equips engineers with the tools required of a robotics engineer.

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Spring 2016 B.Sc., M.Sc. Netherlands (Twente)

Course "Technical Medicine" offers a unique interdisciplinary programme linking science and technology with the clinical practice and professional behavior of medicine.

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Fall 2016 M.Sc. France (Nantes)

The Masters is designed to promote a high-quality educational offer in the area of advanced and intelligent robotics.

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click to get more information M.Sc. Spain (Badalona)

The educational unit of Institut Guttmann has a wide range of training programs, whose main objective is to contribute to the specialized training of the professionals involved in the world of health neurorehabilitation, allowing direct access, rigorous and practical way to major advances diagnostic and therapeutic technology of this clinical specialty and facilitate their application in the health care setting.

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click to get more information B.Sc., M.Sc. Australia (Adelaide) and online course

Programs in Clinical Rehabilitation provide opportunities for health professionals from any field to enhance their knowledge, skills and attitudes in clinical rehabilitation. Masters can be undertaken by coursework or research.

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click to get more information Continuous education Italy (Roma)

Biomedical Robotics investigates the application of mechatronic and robotic technologies to medicine and biology, by proposing innovative solutions for diagnosis, healthcare and improvement of patient quality of life. This institutes offers several courses in the field of robotics and neurorehabilitation.

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click to get more information Continous education USA (Tampa)

The Center of Assistive, Rehabilitation & Robotics Technologies offers several courses in the rehabilitation engineering and assistive technology field through education and training. 

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Fall 2016 M.Sc. Netherlands (Twente)

The Master of Biomedical Engineering is about the design and development of healthcare technology for improving lives, for example rehabilitation robots, artificial organs, imaging techniques and prosthetics.

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click to get more information M.Sc. Canada (Winnipeg)

The main research areas of the program include: medical instrumentation and sensors, biological signal processing, biomedical image processing and reconstruction, gait analysis and rehabilitation, biophotonics, orthopaedic mechanics, and non-invasive diagnosis of neurological disorders.

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click to get more information Continuous education USA (Buffalo)

Advanced Graduate Certificate in Assistive and Rehabilitation Technology focus on the science and art of assistive technology research and service delivery for people with disabilities.

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click to get more information Continuous education USA (Pittsburgh)

The program for the Certificate in Assistive Technology is designed to provide individuals who wish to continue their education in rehabilitation and assistive technology with a structured program of studies.

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click to get more information Continuous education USA (San Diego)

The purpose of this certificate is to train interested engineers and non-engineers in the field of rehabilitation technology using formal classroom instruction, project design and fabrication, and internship.

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click to get more information Continuous education Switzerland (Zurich)

The goal of this course is to provide knowledge on the anatomy and physiology of the human sensory system, related dysfunctions and pathologies, and how rehabilitation engineering can provide sensory restoration and substitution.

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click to get more information Continuous education USA (Urbana-Champaign)

Introduction to Robotics: Fundamentals of robotics, rigid motion, homogeneous transformations, forward and inverse kinematics, velocity kinematics, motion planning, trajectory generation, sensing, vision, and control.

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click to get more information M.Sc. UK (Birmingham)

The "Master in Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Robotics" aims to integrate two active and rapidly developing fields, computational neuroscience and cognitive robotics, to generate innovative strategies and solutions for scientific problems and technological limitations. From modelling human cognition to programming robots to act in their environment, this course crosses the boundary between several disciplines, including biology, neuroscience, psychology, and computer science.

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click to get more information M.Sc. Scotland (Dundee)

For course "Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Technology" focus on four groups of distance learning modules: Introductory topics, biomechanics, rehabilitation technology and orthopaedic technology.

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click to get more information Continuous education Switzerland (Zurich)

“Rehabilitation engineering” is the application of science and technology to ameliorate the handicaps of individuals with disabilities in order to reintegrate them into society. The goal of this lecture is to present classical and new rehabilitation engineering principles and examples applied to compensate or enhance especially motor deficits.

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Fall 2016 M.Sc. Austria (Vienna)

The Healthcare and Rehabilitation Technology masters degree program offers an in-depth interdisciplinary education for students who have completed a bachelors degree. The program focuses on rehabilitation technology and health telematics with a strong emphasis on current R&D issues as well as the utilization and marketing of technologies for applications in the field of healthcare and rehabilitation.

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Fall 2016 M.Sc. USA (Pittsburgh)

The Master of Science program in rehabilitation technology is designed to prepare graduates to assume professional responsibilities in the field of assistive technology as rehabilitation engineers, service providers, and consultants.

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Fall 2016 M.Sc. Belgium (Leuven)

The MSc in Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy aims to train graduates to conduct evidence-based practice in physiotherapy and to develop expertise in a specific domain of rehabilitation and physiotherapy. Organised in collaboration with other Flemish universities, this programme is highly specialized.

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Spring 2016 B.Sc. Germany (Konstanz)

The bachelor course "motor neurorehabilitation" focus on a wide range of basic treatment and application areas for neurologic impaired patients. 

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Fall 2016 Continuous education Turkey (Istanbul)

In the bachelor degree of "physiotherapy and rehabilitation" you can specify with elective courses on rehabilitation robotics

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Monthly Continuous education UK (London)

There are monthly seminars focusing on neurorehabilitation. Technology related topics are also included.

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Spring 2016 Continuous education Switzerland (Zürich)

The course "Transfer of technologies into neurorehabilitation" focuses on clinical as well as industrial aspects of advanced technologies and their transfer into neurorehabilitation from both a theoretical and practical perspective. The students will learn the basics of neurorehabilitation and the linkage to advanced technologies in a compact and practical way. Furthermore, the students will gain insight into the development of new technologies in the medtech field as well as the practical application of technologies in a clinical setting. The students will gain practical experience with latest technologies by testing them on themselves and participating in excursions.

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IISART is not responsible for the content and quality of the courses outlined above.

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