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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.



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9 juin 2022 Improving Patient Outcomes in Neuro Rehabilitation
July 6-7, 2022 Birmingham, UK
 
9 juin 2022 Kessler Foundation team finds speed of processing training has sustained cognitive benefits for individuals with multiple sclerosis
Double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial by multiple sclerosis researchers at Kessler Foundation shows significant improvement in processing speed following five-week, 10-session training intervention; treatment effect maintained at six-month follow up.
 
9 juin 2022 Robotic therapy: A new effective treatment for chronic stroke rehabilitation
A study led by Dr. Takashi Takebayashi and published in the journal <i>Stroke</i> suggests that robot therapy may be more influential in stroke recovery than traditional therapy alone. The biggest differences were found in a subset of robot-therapy patients that had large improvements in shoulder, elbow, and forearm use, where the ReoGo-J upper-limb rehabilitation device program focused.
 
9 juin 2022 ‘Brain-age’ biomarkers predict stroke recovery more accurately than chronological age, new study shows
Stroke experts have identified how radiomics - an emerging, image-quantifying technology - can be used to extract biomarkers from clinical brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans in <a href="https://neuronewsinternational.com/tag/stroke-patients/">stroke patients</a> and estimate their relative ‘brain age’. The technique demonstrates that using relative brain age, rather than chronological age, can enhance stroke surveillance and improve predictions around post-stroke recovery.
 
9 juin 2022 Almost one billion children and adults with disabilities and older persons in need of assistive technology denied access, according to new report
A new report published by WHO and UNICEF reveals that more than 2.5 billion people need one or more assistive products, such as wheelchairs, hearing aids, or apps that support communication and cognition. Yet nearly one billion of them are denied access, particularly in low- and middle-income countries, where access can be as low as 3% of the need for these life-changing products. <a href="https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/354357">The Global Report on Assistive Technology</a> presents evidence for the first time on the global need for and access to assistive products and provides a series of recommendations to expand availability and access, raise awareness of the need, and implement inclusion policies to improve the lives of millions of people.