Important dates:

  • Abstract submission23 May 2017
  • Early bird registration23 May 2017
  • Acceptance notification7 July 2017
  • Standard registration19 July 2017
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Themed "Integrating Rehabilitation Care: From Hospital to the Community", the 5th Singapore Rehabilitation Conference will be held at Academia, Singapore General Hospital Campus. The programme is designed to be wide-ranging and comprehensive and will not only cover the traditional fields of Neurological and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, but relevant contemporary fields in Geriatrics and Aging, Cancer and Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation. We also focus on new systems and synergies in rehabilitation care which are practical and relevant, with inter-professional collaboration across all levels of rehabilitation services in acute hospitals, community hospitals, nursing homes, outpatient rehabilitation and rehabilitation in the community. 

 

Programme highlights include: 

 

  • Strong contemporary focus on Geriatric & Cancer Rehabilitation relevant in rehab practice today
  • Covering established fields in Stroke, Spinal Cord, Traumatic Brain Injury, Cardiopulmonary & Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation including Hip Fractures
  • Systems of Care including health services rehabilitation research, tele-rehabilitation and integrated care delivery
  • Frontiers in Rehabilitation including ICU Rehab, Rehabilitation Technology, Brain Stimulation, Robotics and Virtual Reality
  • Professor Michel LandryProfessor Michel Landry Chief, Doctor of Physical Therapy Division and Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery, Division of Physical Therapy, School of Medicine, Duke UniversityFind out more
  • Professor Henry Lew John A. Burns School of Medicine and Chair, Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders, University of Hawaii at ManoaFind out more
  • Professor Rob Newton Associate Dean, Medical and Exercise Sciences and Co-Director of the Exercise Medicine Research Institute, School of Medical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan UniversityFind out more

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