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On November 26th there will be a Virtual Symposium of BSNR: From Exercise to Brain Health

  • November 26, 2020

The Belgian Society for Neurorehabilitation (BSNR) invites you to its virtual symposium 2020. 

The symposium will focus on “Exercise and brain health” and will take place online on Thursday 26th of November 2020 starting at 4PM.

Participation is free. Registration is required: register here

                                                                                                   

Programme:                                                                                                                                                                               

4pm    Introduction

  
4:10    Oral presentations 

Louise Declerck
(UCLouvain)
Physical activity for individuals with a physical disability: beliefs and actions of PMR health professionals
Gauthier Everard
(UCLouvain)
Self-rehabilitation for stroke patients – A Systematic Review and meta-analysis 
Mahyar Firouzi
(VUB)
Perceptual sequence learning is intact in subjects with Parkinson’s disease
Elissa-Marie Cocquyt
(UGent)
The impact of bilingualism on the recovery of phonological input processing in aphasia after stroke

 

4:50    Invited Lecture

Prof Ulrik Dalgas
(Aarhus University, DK)
From exercise to brain health in healthy and clinical populations


5:30    Short communications

Maud van den Bogaart
(UHasselt)
Using deep learning to track 3D kinematics
Ioannis Doumas
(UCLouvain)
Motor and cognitive dynamic difficulty adjustment for robot-mediated upper limb rehabilitation after stroke
Clara Selves
(UCLouvain)
Evaluation of an electromechanical oscillatory device for the assessment of the neural and non-neural components of wrist hyper-resistance in patients with central nervous system disorders
Anke Van Bladel
(UGent)
The use of shoulder orthoses post-stroke: effects on balance and gait. A systematic review
Hanne Huygelier
(KULeuven)
Preliminary evaluation and safety of HEMIRehApp: an engaging, multisensory, immersive rehabilitation app for hemispatial neglect 
Niels Peeters
(KULeuven)
Scoring methods of cognitive fatigability in people With Multiple Sclerosis
Tianlu Wang
(KULeuven)
Modulating the interhemispheric activity balance in the intraparietal sulcus: a real-time fMRI neurofeedback study


6pm    Conclusion 

               
Accreditation will be requested for Medical Doctors and Physical Therapists.