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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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Nouveautés parues dans le dernier bulletin

16 sept 2020 21st EFORT Congress
October 28-30, 2020 Online
 
16 sept 2020 World Physiotherapy Congress 2021
April 8-10, 2021 Online Deadline for abstract submission : 24 September
 
16 sept 2020 RCA releases COVID rehab guide for frail seniors
The Rehabilitative Care Alliance has released a <a href=" http://rehabcarealliance.ca/uploads/File/Initiatives_and_Toolkits/Frail_Seniors/Frail_Seniors_Guidance_Document.pdf">a new guide</a> to best practice rehabilitative care for frail seniors in the context of COVID-19. Recognizing the urgent need for best practice guidance in this current context, the RCA also accelerated the release of the <a href="http://rehabcarealliance.ca/uploads/File/Initiatives_and_Toolkits/Frail_Seniors/Frail_Seniors_Framework_Bedded_Levels_of_Care.pdf">Frail Seniors Rehabilitative Care Best Practice Framework: Bedded Levels of Care</a>. The framework provides detailed evidence-based recommendations on how to deliver best practice rehabilitative care in a bedded setting to support better clinical outcomes for frail older adults and improve flow within the system.
 
16 sept 2020 Study examines the benefits of virtual stroke rehabilitation programs
While virtual medical and rehabilitation appointments seemed novel when COVID-19 first appeared on the scene, they now seem to be part of the new norm, and may continue to pave the way into the future. A recent review paper, co-authored by Dr. Brodie Sakakibara with the faculty of medicine’s Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management (CCDPM), shows that virtual appointments—in the form of telerehabilitation—also work for people recovering from a stroke. After a stroke, clients are provided with a therapy program to help re-gain loss of skills or motion—this can range from speech and memory, strength, balance and endurance. While not initially introduced for a pandemic, research shows remote therapy can be effective during stroke recovery.
 
16 sept 2020 Pain 'catastrophizing' may lead to little exercise, more time sedentary
Chronic pain affects the majority of older adults in the U.S., and getting enough exercise plays a key role in pain management. New research suggests that how people think about their pain can have a significant effect on whether they get enough physical activity — or if they spend more time sedentary.