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Neuro Rehabilitation Stroke Virtual Short Course

02:24:00

Nov 26, 2021 09:24 AM

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Prof. Dr. med. Thomas Platz
Head, Neurorehabilitation research group @Universitäty Medical Centre Greifswald
Neurology, Rehabilitation, Dipl. Epi. & Biostats (McGill) Head of Institute and Medical Director Research, BDH Head, Neurorehabilitation research group, Universitäty Medical Centre Greifswald President of the society and Head Guideline Committee, DGNR Head Education Committee and Chair SIG Clinical Pathways, WFNR
Professor Anba Soopramanien
Consultant in Spinal Injuries and Rehabilitation Medicine @Royal Bucks Hospital, Aylesbury.
Consultant in Spinal Injuries and Rehabilitation Medicine @ Royal Bucks Hospital, Aylesbury. He was previously an NHS Consultant In Salisbury Spinal Centre, UK. Professor Soopramanien is a Visiting Professor at Bournemouth University that has endorsed the series of teaching in neurorehabilitation. His clinical interests are the neurogenic bladder and bowels. His research is on Digital Health. He is Co-Founder and President of the NEURAM Charity www.neuram.org
Rajiv Reebye MD, FRCPC,
Clinical Associate Professor, Department of PMR @University of British Columbia
Dr. Rajiv Reebye is a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PMR) specialist and Clinical Associate Professor in the department of Medicine at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver, Canada. Dr. Reebye is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada (FRCPC). Dr. Reebye is the co-founder of the Canadian Advances in Neuro-orthopedics for Spasticity Congress (CANOSC), an organization created to enhance spasticity management through educational initiatives. He is an attending physician at GF Strong Rehabilitation Center, Vancouver, Canada. Dr. Reebye has a special clinical and research interest in acquired brain injury neurorehabilitation, spasticity management and collaborative care. He is a councilor with NEURAM (Neurorehabilitation Action Mauritius) a non-profit organization to help promote neuro-rehabilitation in Mauritius. Dr. Reebye was recently co-awarded the 2021 UBC Faculty of Medicine prize for innovation for continuing education and CPD.
Dr Marie France Chan Sun
Associate Professor Department of Medicine Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences @University of Mauritius
Marie Chan Sun is an academic of the Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Mauritius. She does research in Public Health and Allied Health Science. Her most recent publication is "Need to investigate COVID-19 beliefs for tailor-made sensitization campaigns", published in Public Health in Practice [available online from July 2021].
Heather Dow, CAE, CPC(HC), CPhT
Chief Executive Officer @CANOSC
Heather Dow, CAE, CPC(HC), CPhT, brings over 25 years of leadership in the management of Charitable and Not-for-Profit organizations to her role as a Senior Manager at Events & Management Plus Inc. in Kingston, ON. She is a Certified Association Executive (CAE), a professional designation in not-for-profit leadership earned in 2015 and holds the title of Executive Director/CEO for the Canadian Association of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (CAPM&R); the Canadian Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Association (CSCI-RA) & Canadian Advances in Neuro-Orthopedics for Spasticity Consortium (CANOSC). Heather also specializes in association governance and provides significant organizational and governance support to Hereditary Angioedema Canada (HAEC). She also volunteers on several national committees including Vice Chair of the CEO Roundtable of Canadian National Medical Organizations, member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (RCPSC) Rapid Response Team – CPD.
Selvina Chemen
Occupational Therapist @Department of Health Sciences, University of Mauritius
S. Chemen is an Occupational Therapist and lecturer in the Department of Health Sciences, University of Mauritius. Her research interests lie in Inclusion and Inclusive Education, inclusive disability and health policies and community-based Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation. One of her most recent published studies on older adults in the community looked at their experiences of Covid-19 lockdown. She is currently working towards her PhD in Disability Studies with special interest in Inclusive Higher Education and Decolonisation of Higher Education at the University of Cape Town