European Congress of NeuroRehabilitation 2019

9–12 October 2019 • Budapest, Hungary

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Scientific programme

Key Topics
• From ICU back home – a coherent stream of neurorehabilitation
• Impairment vs. compensation oriented approaches in stroke – when to switch
• New vistas for education in neurorehabilitation in Europe
• How much can patients do themselves – self training to augment effi cacy
• The enigma of “proportional recovery” – impact for neurorehabilitation
• New concepts for integration of nursing and therapy
• Innovative strategies for neurorehabilitation trials
• Which innovative technologies do we need
• Virtual reality and serious games – useful or not
• New horizons in translational neurology – from lab to bedside and beyound
• New drugs for improving impairment on the horizon?
• The rationales of cognitive training strategies
• Learned non use in dysphagia
• Impairment oriented training in perception
• Is mild TBI a useful concept?
• Advances in pediatric neurorehabilitation
• Better use of IT tools
• What do we really mean by “participation” – Is ICF a valid instrument?
• From randomised trials to personalised medicine in neurorehabilitation
• Smart and healthy living at home – a role for ICT
• Impact of neurosensorial approach on recovery of cerebral connectivity
• SIG meeting for the early mobilisation