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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.

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13 oct 2021 23rd EFORT Annual Congress
June 22-24, 2022 Lisbon, Portugal
 
13 oct 2021 THE 16TH ANNUAL NORTHEAST CEREBROVASCULAR CONSORTIUM SUMMIT
October 21-22, 2021 Online
 
13 oct 2021 For the first time, stroke study reveals optimal timing and intensity for arm and hand rehabilitation
A phase II, randomized clinical trial found that the optimal period for intensive rehabilitation of arm and hand use after a stroke should begin 60 to 90 days after the event. The study, conducted by Georgetown University and MedStar National Rehabilitation Network (NRH) researchers, was published September 20, 2021, in PNAS (Critical Period After Stroke Study (CPASS): A Phase II Clinical Trial Testing an Optimal Time for Motor Recovery After Stroke in Humans). The same intensive rehabilitation at less than 30 days after a stroke provided some benefit, but rehabilitation at six months or more after a stroke showed no significant benefit compared to those receiving standard care.
 
13 oct 2021 Prevalence of spatial neglect prompts call for screening survivors of right and left brain strokes
A team of experts in stroke rehabilitation provided much-needed clarity regarding the prevalence of spatial neglect among individuals who experienced a stroke, showing that nearly 30 percent of this population is affected, regardless of lesion location, diagnostic method, or time post-stroke. When observing stroke survivors during daily activities that number rises to more than 50 percent. The article, <a href="https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rehab.2020.10.010">“Prevalence of spatial neglect post-stroke: a systematic review”</a> was published online on September 24, 2021 in a special issue of Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine.
 
13 oct 2021 Magnetic stimulation of the brain can improve episodic memory
Memories of past events and experiences are what define us as who we are, and yet the ability to form these episodic memories declines with age, certain dementias, and brain injury. However, a study publishing in the open access journal PLOS Biology on September 28th by Mircea van der Plas and Simon Hanslmayr from the University of Glasgow and colleagues, shows that low frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation - or rTMS - delivered over the left prefrontal cortex of the brain can improve memory performance by reducing the power of low frequency brain waves as memories form.