Presentations and Lessons
SLIDES AND VIDEO LESSONS OF MAIN SPEECHES
OPENING - Education and Research at European Level
Alessandro Giustini - School Scientific Director - Chair of ESPRM Committee “Robotic in Rehabilitation”. Scientific Director of San Pancrazio Rehabilitation Hospital, Arco (Trento) - Santo Stefano Rehabilitation Group.
Advanced devices and rehabilitation protocols in Virtual Reality and remotely supervised (home) treatment
Marianna Capecci - Assistant Professor of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine - Dept. of Experimental and Clinical Medicine- “Politecnica delle Marche” University, Ancona.
Needs for PRM and allied health professional education at the European and National Levels
How to develop a research project (selection of outcome measures, inclusion/exclusion criteria, ethical aspects, randomization, blind assessment, sham therapy …)
Maria Gabriella Ceravolo - Professor of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine - Dept. of Experimental and Clinical Medicine- “Politecnica delle Marche” University, Ancona.
Experiences and Devices in Robot Assisted Rehabilitation of Posture and Gait Disorders
Video Lesson: Innovative technology devices for standing and gait recovery and clinical applications.
Maria Elena Collina - PRM specialist, Santo Stefano Rehabilitation Group.
Product Innovation Meets Clinical Network
Maya Keller - Product Manager, Hocoma AG - Switzerland.
RCT about the efficacy of upper extremity robotic assisted therapy early after stroke: discussion about the difficulty to recruit patients, convince PT & OT to participate to this RCT.
Thierry Lejeune - Médecine Physique et Réadaptation - Cliniques universitaires Saint-Luc.
Technogical innovation in Rehabilitation: current status, opportunities and challenges for improving quality of life of persons with disabilities
Video Lesson: Robotics and technologies for upper limb rehabilitation.
Stefano Mazzoleni - PhD, Assistant Professor The BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa.
Pediatric Rehabilitation and Technologies
Paolo Moretti - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Unit GasliniInstitute Children’s Hospital, Genova.
Experiences and devices in robotic rehabilitation of the upper limb and hand
Video Lesson: Recovering hand dexterity.
Federico Posteraro - Rehabilitation Department Versilia Hospital Azienda USL Toscana nord ovest.
Video Lesson: Hunova.
Massimo Vallasciani - PRM specialist, Santo Stefano Rehabilitation Group.
Video Lesson: Effects of robotic treatment on cerebral plasticity.
Antonello Morgantini - PRM specialist, Santo Stefano Rehabilitation Group Clinical Chief.
Video Lesson: New rehabilitation technologies in the European Health Systems.
Mauro Zampolini - President UEMS-PRM Section (European Union of Medical Specialist - Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine) - Unità Sanitaria Locale Umbria N° 2 - NHS - Director of Department of Rehabilitation - Director of Neurology and Rehabilitation Ward Foligno Hospital.
Video Lesson: Bionic man: ethical challenges.
Carlotte Kiekens -
Video Lesson: Benefits, challenges and trends of advanced technologies in rehabilitation.
Serena Maggioni -
Clemens Mueller -
Video Lesson: State of art on the diffusion of new technologies across Europe.
Alvydas Juocevicious - MD, PhD Rehabilitation, Physical and Sport Medicine Center, Medical Faculty Vilnius University, Vilnius University Hospital Santariskiu Kliniko. Lithuania.
Elena Ilieva - MD, PhD Head of Department of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine Medical University of Plovdiv Vice Dean of Medical Faculty Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
I found extremely attractive and useful the method of teaching used in the ER2School: classes explaining the use and concepts and researches about robots and thei application, then the tour visiting patients using the same kind of robots (important and critical part!), and during the afternoon the possibility to try and test the robots by ourself.
The level of the speakers was very high and it was useful to talk even with the producers (for technical details). It was useful having a small group of partecipants, then split in smaller groups for the work-on activities.
It has been very interesting and inspiring days. Great program and great to be able to dscuss with other partecipants during the nice dinners.
Thanks for this big effort in organizing this meeting. I found it very interesting, useful and very well organized.
It was very useful to try all devices. Wonderful possibility to communicate with other specialities like bioengineers, p.r.m. doctors and phisioteraphists.
Thank you for organizing the school. It was a very rich program, All the presenters as well as the staff members were very dedicated to the school. The infomation was comprehensive. I did not expect to see such abundance of robots. The school organization was perfect.
I really enjoyed how the theoretical aspects harmonised perfectly with the practical aspects. I had a lot of take home messages from the speakers, who were a great humans to meet.
Practical part of the course was very helpful. It was great to be able to try the robots by ourselves. Also to have the chance to talk to therapists (all very knowledgable and helpful) working with the machines. It was very helpful to have lectures available on-line.
It was very hard to work so many hours during the day but I really enjoyed it.
The schedule was intense and tightly packed. We leave the school with a lot of new ideas for clinical work as well as for research.
I've really appreciated the opportunity to meet experts in the field and practice with robotic devices.
Devices used in Practice and Training Sessions