Official newsletter of the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
Connecting People, Changing the World
Do you want to build your reputation, collaborations and network with an international audience of over 3,000 rehabilitation professionals? Time is running out to submit your cutting-edge research studies, case reports and/or scientific papers for presentation at ISPRM 2020! Accepted abstracts will be showcased at Poster Gallery receptions, online, and in the Journal of the International Society of Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine and the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. Your work may even end up in our awards ceremony or the news.
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Help us select the best papers and posters for presentation at ISPRM 2020. Sign up for your topic of expertise to determine status of acceptance for each assigned abstract. https://forms.gle/bggKJ31hLUm4dXha6
The European Academy of Childhood Disability (EACD) 2019 conference took place in Paris between the 23th and the 25th of May. The motto of the conference was “Innovation for participation” with a clear aim of the organizing committee to emphasize the association of these two “hot” topics.
This conference went beyond the expectations, met perfectly the EACD politics and the initial spirit wished by the organization committee. READ MORE
ISPRM has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with two sister organizations that share the same vision and commitment to advancing the field of physical and rehabilitation medicine. With the WHO Rehab 2030 event in Geneva as background, ISPRM’s president Walter Frontera signed an MoU with Prof. Friedbert Kohler, president of the International Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO)and another MoU with Professor Stefano Negrini, Director of Cochrane Rehabilitation (CR).
The Second Global Rehabilitation 2030 Meetingtook place at the World Health Organisation (WHO) headquarters in Geneva July 8-9 2019.
This meeting was a follow up to the meeting held in February 2017 where the “Rehabilitation 2030: a call for action” initiative was launched. READ MORE
ISPRM is a non-State actor of WHO and was as such represented by its President Walter Frontera, Secretary Peter Lim, ISPRM-WHO Liaison committee chair Carlotte Kiekens, Education committee chair Rochelle Dy, International Exchange committee chair Moon Suk Bang, ICSO-R working group chair Christoph Gutenbrunner, Capacity building working group chair Wouter De Groote, and ICF Implementation working group chair Masahiko Mukaino. Furthermore two of our past presidents were present: Gerold Stucki and Linamara Battistella, as well as several other ISPRM members from different continents.
Twenty five country representatives from World Health Organization (WHO) member states met in Diamond Hotel, Manila, Philippines for a three day WHO Workshop-Meeting last June 18-20, 2019.
The group discussed the planning and monitoring of the Western Pacific implementation of the Regional Framework on Rehabilitation. Dr. Filipinas Ganchoon represented PARM and ISPRM DRC in the said meeting...READ MORE
RECODE-DCM is an international, multi-disciplinary consensus project led by AOSpine and the University of Cambridge.
The study aims to define the research priorities, establish a minimum dataset and agree on the definition of degenerative cervical myelopathy (DCM). The overall aim is to improve the efficiency of DCM research.
All participants can register to be acknowledged as collaborators on RECODE-DCM publications. Participation in the study survey is via the following link: http://bit.ly/2K9nLUZ
More information can be found on the study website: https://recode-dcm.com/. Should you have any questions or concerns, please email Olesja Hazenbiller, AOSpine KF SCI Project Manager, who can provide RECODE-DCM HTML and EML email adverts for you to distribute.