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19 janv 2022 International Paediatric Brain Injury Society & North American Brain Injury Society 2022 Joint Conference on Brain Injury
September 21-24, 2022 New York, USA
 
19 janv 2022 New rehab framework addresses frailty
The Rehab Care Alliance and Provincial Geriatrics Leadership Ontario have released a new best practice framework to guide rehabilitative care for older adults living with/at risk of frailty. The framework sets out the essential core elements and processes of care required when providing rehabilitative care to older adults living with/at risk of frailty, along with recommended best practices. It also provides guidance on how to implement these best practices within specific domains of care.
 
19 janv 2022 York University and Qatar University launch world’s first international cardiac rehabilitation registry
In collaboration with the International Council of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, researchers from York and Qatar Universities have launched the first-of-its-kind International Cardiac Rehabilitation Registry (ICRR) <a href="https://globalheartjournal.com/articles/10.5334/gh.1091/">featured in the journal Global Heart</a>. The new online registry is designed for cardiac rehabilitation programs in low-resource settings and will make it easier for institutions to assess the quality of their programs and benchmark them against other programs around the world, thereby improving outcomes for patients.
 
19 janv 2022 Wearable biosensors can help people with complex health conditions
Remote monitoring of health-related behaviour with wearable sensor technology is feasible for people with complex health conditions, concludes a recent University of Waterloo study. The study,<a href="https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34705114/"> Feasibility of a continuous, multi-sensor remote health monitoring approach in persons living with neurodegenerative disease</a>, co-authored by Godkin, Van Ooteghem and others at Waterloo, alongside other investigators within the <a href="http://www.ondri.ca/">Ontario Neurodegenerative Disease Research Initiative</a>(ONDRI), was published in <i>Journal of Neurology</i>.
 
19 janv 2022 Worldwide stroke rates dip slightly over time, but overall numbers still high
The worldwide incidence and mortality rates for stroke decreased slightly from 1990 to 2019, but the overall numbers are still high, especially in high- and middle-income countries, according to a study published in the December 15, 2021, online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. The study focused on ischemic stroke, which is caused by blood clots and makes up 85% of stroke cases.