Rehab Week 2017

clinic and lab visits


Imperial College LondonHuman Robotics Group & Sensorimotor Control LabTimes: 10:0012:00 
Meeting point: Queen's Lawn (South Kensington Campus) at 9:45am or 11:45am.
Eventbrite (free) 
Duration: 2hr
Charing Cross HospitalNeurology and Stroke DepartmentTimes: 15:00
Meeting point: Charing Cross Hospital, outside 9 North Hyperacute Stroke Unit at 14:45am. We will walk through Chelsea to the hospital.
Eventbrite (free) 
Total of places: 30
Duration: 1hr
Royal National Orthopaedic HospitalAspire CREATeTimes: 10:30, 12:30
Meeting point: Institute of Orthopaedics & Musculoskeletal Science (IOMS), Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) at 10:15am or 12:15pm. We will walk to ASPIRE CREATe lab in Peripheral Nerve Injury Unit.
Eventbrite (free)
40 places available
Duration: 1.30hr
Royal National Orthopaedic HospitalTherapies DirectorateTimes: 10:00
Meeting point: Reception desk in Therapies which is situated in the main out patients building on the Stanmore site at 09:45am.
Eventbrite (free)
10 places available
Duration: 2hr
Royal National Orthopaedic HospitalThe London Implant Retrieval Centre
Times: 10:00, 10:45, 11:30
Meeting point: Building 53, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) at 09:45am10:15am, 11:15am.
Eventbrite (free)
15 places available
Duration: 30min

Laboratory & Clinic Code of Conduct

  • There must be no eating, drinking and smoking in the lab/clinic.
  • Walk carefully around the lab/clinic. Do not run or disturb others.
  • Do not touch tools and equipment without express authorisation from the person in charge. 
  • No photography, filming or recording of any kind allowed.
  • Please respect patient privacy and dignity.
  • Please turn off all cell phones.


Meeting point: Thursday, July 20th at 3.30pm in front of the main entrance of QEII

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We cordially invite you to a tour of the Wellington Acute Neurological Rehabilitation Unit. This center is a major division of The Wellington Hospital and it has long had an international reputation for excellence. The Unit is recognized as the UK independent sector's leading center for the care of patients with neurological conditions, providing comprehensive patient-centered rehabilitation. The 46-bed unit is run by an interdisciplinary team of experienced consultants, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, neuropsychologists and dieticians.

Learn how the team have effectively and efficiently included modern rehabilitation technology, such as the Lokomat, Erigo, Armeo and Indego into the patients' pathway enabling them to benefit from more intensive and effective therapy.

Join us for a small reception after the tour of the facilities for an opportunity to ask questions and share knowledge.

This site visit is offered by Wellington Hospital at no cost for participants. However, as a curtesy to the organizers, please remember to sign up for it during the registration process.