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European Congress of Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine

23 - 28 April 2016, Estoril

Anticipated attendance: 2000 delegates Delegate profile: Basic scientists and clinicians specialising in rehabilitation medicine. Conference code: ISPR16 Meeting website:www.esprm2016.com/
Exhibition address: The Estoril Congress Center
Avenida Amaral 2765-192

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Exhibition overview

The 2016 Congress of ESPRM is being organized in collaboration with the Portuguese Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (SPMFR), and it will take place in Estoril-Lisbon PORTUGAL, from the 23rd – 28th of April 2016, at the Estoril Congress Center.  

More than 2000 participants, not only from Europe but worldwide, are expected to attend.  All experts in both basic and clinical rehabilitation medicine.

Exhibition details

The scientific programme will include the following topics: 

 A. Topics of General Interest in PRM 
A.1. Field of Competence
A.2. WHO-ICF (International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health) 
A.3. Assessment 
A.4. Diagnostics 
  A.4.1 – Ultrasound 
  A.4.2 – Urodynamic and manometrics
  A.4.3 - Electrodiagnosis 
  A.4.4 - Kinesiology 
  A.4.5 - Gait Analysis 
  A.4.6 - Motion Analysis 
  A.4.7 - Posturography
A.5. Main health interventions in PRM 1 (information, education, medical treatments, PRM programs)
A.6. Main health interventions in PRM 2 (including therapeutic exercise and physical modalities, Isokinetic, Neuromuscular Functional Electrical Stimulation; Biofeedback, noninvasive ventilation)
A.7. Outcome Measurement in PRM; Quality of Life (QoL) Measurement 
A.8. Orthotics and Prosthetics; Wheelchairs and assistive technology
A.9. Augmentative Devices for the Disabled; Advanced Assistive Technologies in PRM 
A.10. Ergonomic Considerations in House, Workplace and other conditions of Disabled Persons 
A.11. Sports; Sports for the Disabled 
A.12. Role of Complementary Medicine in Rehabilitation (balneology, manual medicine, mesotherapy, acupuncture, etc.) 
A.13. Research in PRM
A.14. Ethical Considerations in PRM 
A.15. Other in Biosciences in Rehabilitation, Biomedical Rehabilitation Sciences and Engineering, and Human Functioning Sciences 

B. PRM and Disorders of Nervous System in people with 
B.1. Stroke 
B.2. Acquired Brain Injury 
B.3. Nervous system diseases
  B.3.1 - Autoimmune and inflammatory neurological conditions (e.g. Multiple Sclerosis) 
  B.3.2 - Movement disorders and Neurodegenerative diseases (e.g. Parkinson’s disease) 
B.4. Diseases and Trauma of the Spinal Cord 
B.5. Neuropathies, Myopathies, Neuromuscular disease, and Peripheral Nerve Lesions 
B.6. Spasticity 
B.7. Disorders of Cognition & Behaviour (including neuropsychological assessment) 

C. PRM and Orthopaedic and Musculoskeletal Disorders in people with 
C.1. Musculoskeletal Disorders, including work-related musculoskeletal disorders and soft tissue problems (e.g. fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, etc.)
C.2. Spinal Disorders (including back pain) 
C.3 Osteoarthritis, crystal arthritis and degenerative musculoskeletal conditions 
C.4. Inflammatory and autoimmune conditions (e.g. Rheumatoid Arthritis and SLE, etc.) 
C.5. Osteoporosis and other osteo-metabolic diseases
C.6. Trauma and Multi-trauma; Reconstructive surgery 
C.7. Limb loss (including congenital causes) and Amputations 
C.8. Complex Regional Pain Syndromes C.9. Temporomandibular Dysfunction 

D. PRM in Other Specific Disabling Conditions in people with 
D.1. Cardiac and Vascular diseases 
D.2. Respiratory Diseases 
D.3. Cancer
D.4. Chronic Pain 
D.5. Elderly patient (including the immobile patient) 
D.6. Children with disability 
D.7. Postural Instability and Recurrent Falls
D.8. Needing Wound Care (promotion of tissue viability, prevention and treatment of Pressure Sores) 
D.9. Bladder and Bowel Disorders 
D.10. Disability and sexuality 
D.11. Language, Speech and Swallowing disorders 
D.12. Medico-legal assessment
D.13. Other (i.e. rehabilitation in major burns, metabolic disorders, psychiatric disorders, hearing, visual and other , sensory disorders, etc.)

E. Integrative and Clinical Rehabilitation Sciences - PRM 
E.1. Services Research 
E.2. Comprehensive Intervention Research 
E.3. Administration, Management; PRM Health Accounts 
E.4. Short clinical research on best care including guidelines, organization, coordination, and education 
E.5. Standards and guidelines for the provision of best care (including Evidence Based Medicine) 
E.6. Quality management 
E.7. Scientific education and training of professionals 
E.8. Development and evaluation of the PRM team and multidisciplinary care 
E. 9. Community-based rehabilitation issues 
E.10. Networks and pathways

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