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Full Schedule

  • On-Demand
  • 6th Annual Women in Rehabilitation Science Symposium - Peaks and Valleys of the Early Career Researcher
  • A Non-Pharmacological Intervention for Pain and Spasticity in the Neurologic Population
  • Behavioral Health Considerations Across Rehabilitation Medicine: What Works, What Doesn't, and Why?
  • BRUCKER INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM: Challenges and Opportunities in Provision and Delivery of Rehabilitation Services Worldwide.
  • Building Research Capacity through Partnerships with Key Stakeholder Groups
  • Clinical primer on motor priming: Implications for post stroke functional recovery
  • Development of a Chronic Care Model for Individuals With Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Health Policy 101: Opportunities to Be More Engaged
  • Integrative rehabilitation medicine in neurodegenerative disorders: A Parkinson's disease model
  • Introduction to the Rehabilitation Treatment Specification System: Principles and Applications in Research, Education, and Practice
  • Keys to improving the state of stroke recovery
  • Longitudinal Data Analysis and Practical Workshop Using R: Part I Introductory Topics
  • Longitudinal Data Analysis and Practical Workshop using R: Part II Advanced Topics
  • Military/Veteran Cultural Literacy in Rehabilitation: Beyond the Walls of VA and Into the Community
  • On the Road to Recovery: Treating Individuals post-TBI and their Families.
  • Push It – Advanced Manual Wheelchair Skills Training for the Real World
  • Rehabilitation for Functional Neurological Disorder--The Works
  • The Role of the Vagus Nerve in Complementary and integrative Rehabilitation Medicine: A Neurovisceral Integration Perspective
  • The User Experience and User Research: In-depth Look at Interviews, Observational Studies, and Usability Testing
  • Vision Rehabilitation After Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Aging Research and Geriatric Rehabilitation. Time to retreat or to advance?
  • Featured Session: ASPIRING TO INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE: PRACTICAL, FUNCTIONAL AND CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES
  • Federal and PCORI Funding Opportunities & Initiatives for Rehabilitation
  • Rasch RULER Guidelines
  • Shining a light on technology: engineering advances applied to pediatric research
  • TITLE: TBD
  • PLENARY II: A Mind-Body Approach to Rehabilitation
  • PLENARY III: The Placebo and Nocebo Effect in Rehabilitation Research and Care