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Le Programme de Plateforme technologique
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

12 mai 2021 EULAR European Congress of Rheumatology
June 2-5, 2021 Online
 
12 mai 2021 XXXIIIrd Annual International Occupational Ergonomics and Safety Conference
September 16-17, 2021 Online
 
12 mai 2021 Virtual GRASP Program for Post-Stroke Rehabilitation Delivers Results During Pandemic
While the COVID-19 pandemic has turned lives upside-down, there have been some unexpected upsides in the world of stroke rehabilitation. It was found that popular, research-proven programs and therapies could deliver results when they pivoted to online platforms. A new publication that evaluates the made-in-Canada GRASP (Graded Repetitive Arm Supplementary Program) as an online offering describes one such success story. Developed by Dr. Janice Eng at the University of British Columbia to help people regain use of their arms and hands after stroke, <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnXKSNXpc8U&feature=youtu.be">GRASP</a> went virtual when COVID shut community-based programs in 2020.
 
12 mai 2021 The Dystonia Medical Research Foundation (DMRF) Launches First Scientific Journal Dedicated to Dystonia
The Dystonia Medical Research Foundation (DMRF) has partnered with Frontiers to launch <a href="https://www.frontierspartnerships.org/journals/dystonia">Dystonia</a>, a Gold Open Access journal. The journal will bring visibility to the growing dystonia field and highlight advancements in science and clinical practice.
 
12 mai 2021 Patients with traumatic brain injuries face challenges navigating healthcare system
Patients who suffer from traumatic brain injuries (TBI) often need a great deal of healthcare services after the injury, but the extent of care utilization is unknown. A new study from research scientists affiliated with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Regenstrief Institute and IUPUI is one of the first to analyze how much care TBI patients use and identify areas of unmet need. Researchers found that many TBI survivors needed extensive healthcare services in the year after their injury, and a quarter of them were super-utilizers, having three or more emergency department visits or inpatient encounters or more than 26 outpatient visits during the year.