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Nouveautés parues dans le dernier bulletin

11 sept 2018 Approches et stratégies d'intervention pour optimiser l'autonomie des personnes ayant des déficits cognitifs
23 octobre 2018, Longueuil
 
11 sept 2018 Sensory Rehabilitation following Stroke: Neuroscience Foundations, New Evidence and Application to Clinical Practice
October 15-16, 2018, Toronto
 
11 sept 2018 An online calculator that empowers individuals to predict their risk of cardiovascular disease
Canadian researchers have built and validated an online calculator that empowers individuals to predict their risk of cardiovascular disease. Their work, published in the journal CMAJ and available at projectbiglife.com, is based on survey data from over 100,000 Canadians. The calculator lets individuals accurately predict their risk of hospitalization or death due to cardiovascular disease within the next five years. It also provides heart age, a measure of how healthy the heart is.
 
11 sept 2018 Study suggests psychotherapy beneficial for post-surgical pain
A new study, led by McMaster University researchers and published in the British Journal of Anaesthesia, suggests that psychotherapy for surgical patients is effective for reducing persistent pain and physical impairment. The researchers found that cognitive behavioural therapy or relaxation therapy, on average, reduced ongoing pain and physical impairment by 10 per cent, while simply providing education has no effect. The results suggest that education and support alone for surgical patients is not sufficient and that more active psychotherapy is needed to improve long-term outcomes.
 
11 sept 2018 NASS Launches Multidisciplinary Spine Registry to “Collect, Measure, Care”
Spine care providers have a brand new tool to measure and improve patient care: a diagnosis-based clinical data registry that tracks patient care and outcomes. Launched by the North American Spine Society (NASS), this web-based platform will allow health care providers to collect and analyze their spine care data and compare it to the de-identified data in the entire registry. Because it is diagnosis-specific, not procedure-specific, the NASS Spine Registry will enhance understanding of spine care treatments, their outcomes, and examine the natural history of spine disorders.
 

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