INRS Programme

INRS Programme

INRS Programme – Tuesday Morning                    WFNR.png 

Organized by: World Federation of Neurorehabilitation

Session Title:   “Demand for impairment oriented rehabilitation”

Session Chair:   Volker Hömberg

Session Speakers:

Thomas PlatzThomas Platz.jpgTitle: ​What is the evidence so far?
​Leopold SaltuariLeopold Saltuari.jpg​Title: Do "robots" help?
​Seng Kwee WeeWee Seng Kwee.jpg​Title: Achieving Best Outcomes: Blending Impairment-Oriented and Task-Oriented Rehabilitation Approaches

INRS Programme – Tuesday afternoon                iisaart.jpg

Organized by IISART

Title:   “Instrumented assessment and training”

Chair:    Frans Steenbrink

Session Speakers:

​David ReinkensmeyerDavid Reinkensmeyer.pngTitle: ​Integrating instrumented assessment and training into daily life after stroke:
From smarter wheelchairs for acute rehabilitation to finger sensors for home use.
​Sean Dukelow Sean Dukelow.jpg
Title: Smarter Measurement Tools: Assessing Neurologic Recovery after stroke using Robotics
​Helen Rodgers Helen Rodgers.jpg​Title: Robot Assisted Training for the Upper Limb after Stroke (RATULS)
​Thomas SchauerThomas Schauer.png​Title: Control strategies for cooperative FES-robot upper limb rehabilitation

INRS Programme – Wednesday morning               wellington hospital.jpg

Organized by: Wellington Hospital, London

Title:   “Current clinical application of advanced technologies and where to next?”

Chair:   Huub van Hedel 

Session Speakers:

Tamsin ReedTasmin Reed.jpgTitle: ​Using technology to maximise intensity and outcomes in Neurological Rehabilitation
​Andrew JacksonSean Dukelow.jpg
Title: Neural interfaces for the brain and spinal cord
​Huub van HedelHelen Rodgers.jpg​Title: Rehabilitation technologies in children: playfully moving forward

INRS Programme – Wednesday afternoon     enhance.png

Organized by: eNHANCE Project (Horizon 2020)

Session Title:   eNHANCE upper limb function during daily-life in people with                                   physical disabilities

Session Chair:   Bart Koopman

Session Speakers:

Bart KoopmanBart Koopman.jpgTitle: ​Assistive technology for people with limited mobility
​Aldo Faisal Aldo Faisal.jpg
Title: Multi-modal Gaze-controlled robotic restoration of movement
Gerdienke PrangeGerdienke Prange.jpg​Title: Validation of the eNHANCE gaze-controlled arm/hand support systems: User views 
Jackie PitchforthJackie Pitchforth​Title: Usability of the eNHANCE device in an adolescent Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy population

INRS Programme – Thursday morning            IISART.jpg

Session Title: Intensity matters: how rehabilitation technology can help!

Session Chair: Gery Colombo

Session Spearkers:

Philipp Rowe Philipp Rowe.pngTitle: ​Intensive, biomechanically suitable, visually enhanced, rehabilitation of movement: the future for Physical rehabilitation
​Ilse LamersSean Dukelow.jpg
Title: Intensity dependent clinical effects of instrumented task-oriented upper limb training in Multiple-Sclerosis
Alberto EsquenaziHelen Rodgers.jpg​Title: Robotics for rehabilitation in Acute Stroke

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