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L'objectif de ce programme est de développer des projets qui visent à utiliser le site Web du REPAR comme une plateforme de transfert des connaissances. Nos objectifs spécifiques sont de rendre disponible aux chercheurs, cliniciens et étudiants des outils de mise à jour des connaissances dans un contexte de la pratique fondée sur les données probantes. Le Bulletin Réadap_veille est un exemple ainsi que les moteurs spécialisés tels le StrokEngine et le InfoBrûlure.

La plateforme contient un choix d'outils d'évaluation clinique, de guides de pratique clinique ou de prise en charge de clientèles ainsi que des modules éducationnels. Cette section offrira également des liens vers des sites Web pertinents pour la pratique fondée sur les données probantes.



Nouveautés parues dans le dernier bulletin

10 mai 2022 La réadaptation dans une vision de santé durable
3-4 juin 2022 Sherbrooke
 
10 mai 2022 Ontario Building a Stronger, More Resilient Post-Stroke Rehabilitation Program
The Ontario government is investing up to $5 million to establish a new, comprehensive community post-stroke rehabilitation program for adult stroke patients of all ages. This year’s initial investment will be followed by ongoing investments in the future to ensure that all Ontarians have access to high-quality post-stroke care in their community once they leave a hospital.
 
10 mai 2022 Machine learning model can steer traumatic brain injury patients to life-saving care
A prognostic model developed by <a href="https://www.medschool.pitt.edu/">University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine</a> data scientists and <a href="https://www.upmc.com/">UPMC</a> neurotrauma surgeons is the first to use automated brain scans and machine learning to inform outcomes in patients with severe traumatic brain injuries (TBI). In a study reported recently in the journal <a href="https://pubs.rsna.org/journal/radiology">Radiology</a>, the team showed that their advanced machine-learning algorithm can analyze brain scans and relevant clinical data from TBI patients to quickly and accurately predict survival and recovery at six-months after the injury.
 
10 mai 2022 Mind-controlled VR games could aid stroke rehabilitation
A virtual reality (VR) hand, controlled directly by the mind, could help stroke patients restore hand movement as part of VR-assisted physiotherapy. <a href="https://cogitat.io/">Cogitat</a>, a startup founded last year to commercialise Imperial College London research, is exploring medical and gaming applications of its core technology, a brain-computer interface that allows users to move in VR environments by mentally willing themselves to move rather than physically moving. The company is forming partnerships with VR companies and developers to use the technology for a range of applications – beginning with games that could help stroke patients recover hand movement by training with a mind-controlled VR hand.
 
10 mai 2022 Fatigue, breathlessness and other symptoms improve after six weeks of virtual exercise sessions, Ireland’s first exercised-based recovery programme for COVID-19 patients finds
Fatigue, breathlessness and other symptoms that persist after COVID-19 can be improved by a six-week virtual exercise programme, according to an Irish study. The programme, the first in Ireland, consists of two 50-minute virtual exercise classes a week, for a minimum of six weeks. Patients carry out circuits consisting of squats, lunges, stretches and other aerobic and strength-based exercises.