Programme May 24

 

Programme: 

07.30-08.30 | Room 0.8
BSNR Annual General Meeting

07.30-08.30 | Room 0.9
DSNR Annual General Meeting 

08.30-09.30 | Auditorium 2
The exercise prescription for Parkinson’s disease 
| Prof. Dr. D. Corcos
Chair: Dr. E. van Wegen

09.30-10.00 | ExpoFoyer
Coffee break & Exhibiton

10.00-11.30 | Focused Symposium | Auditorium II
Is it any wonder no one ever implements evidence-based practice? | Chairs: Dr.Connell & Dr. E. Lynch
Perspective from a service delivery perspective | Prof. Dr. N. Ward 
Perspective from a clinical academic | Prof. Dr. P. Logan
Perspective from a trialist | Dr. T. Lannin

10.00-11.30 | Focused Symposium | Room 0.2/0.3
Neurophysiological correlates of upper limb sensorimotor function and recovery in stroke measured by electroencephalography and magnetoencephalography | Chair: Dr. L. Tedesco Triccas
20-hz rebound as a neurophysiological correlate of stroke recovery | Dr. K. Laaksonen
Exploring the relationship between somatosensory evoked potentials and upper limb impairments in stroke | Dr. L. Tedesco Triccas
Power spectral density measures in resting state are related to stroke severity and post stroke motor function of the upper limb | Drs. M. Saes
Network imaging with electroencephalography suggests treatment targets for stroke patients | Prof. A. Guggisberg

10.00-11.30 | Focused Symposium | Room 0.4
IISART: Optimizing the use of technology in upper limb and gait rehabilitation | Chair: Dr. F. Steenbrink
Clinical case examples on lower and upper limb rehabilitation | Dr. A. Esquenazi
Robotic and sensor technology for upper limb rehabilitation | Dr. I. Jakob
Improving outcomes by minding motor learning principles in the application of lower limb rehabilitation technology | Dr. F. Steenbrink 


10.00-11.30 | Invited Lecture and oral abstract presentations | Room 0.5
Chair: M. Levin
10.00-10.30 Evidence for an increased dependence on contralesional corticoreticulospinal pathways: maladaptive plasticity following a unilateral brain injury? | Prof. Dr. J. Dewald
10.30-10.45 Validity and reliability of a new method for detection of spasticity in the lower limb | G.V. Pennati
10.45-11.00 Functional effects of treatment with botulinum toxin and subsequent stretching of the hip adductors in patients with hereditary spastic paraplegia | Msc. B. Lith
11.00-11.15 Abobotulinumtoxina injections in shoulder muscles: results from a real world (ulis-ii) and phase iii study | T. Lejeune
11.15-11.30 Goal setting for botulinum toxin injections: impact of the upper limb international spasticity (ulis) programme | Dr. S. Ashford

10.00-11.30 | Invited Lecture and oral abstract presentations | Room 0.8
Chair: T. Jones
10.00-10.30 Theta burst stimulation effects on spatial neglect and functional outcome after stroke | Dr. S. Nyffeler

10.30-10.45 Fast but enduring improvement in the covert shift of attention task in visuospatial neglect | Prof. dr. H. Hildebrandt
10.45-11.00 Adaptive cueing treatment of neglect in stroke patients leads to improvements in activities of daily living: a randomized controlled, crossover trial | N. Turgut
11.00-11.15 Neuronavigated Theta Burst Stimulation (TBS) in Chronic post-Stroke Aphasia | Dr. A. Georgiou
11.15-11.30 Transcranial direct current stimulation (tdcs) for improving aphasia after stroke: a network meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials | Prof. dr. B. Elsner

11.30-12.30 | ExpoFoyer
Lunch & Exhibition

11.30-12.30 | Lunch symposium | Room 0.9
Advanced robotics for clinical rehabilitation; challenges & successes

Speaker: V. Hömberg

12.30-13.00 | ExpoFoyer
Poster Visit

13.00-14.30 | Focused Symposium | Auditroium 2
Motor and Non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease: avenues for rehabilitation | Chair: Prof. Dr. A. Nieuwboer
Towards personalized rehabilitation for gait impairments in parkinson's disease | Dr. J. Nonnekes
Cognitive function a window of opportunity for training in parkinson's disease? | Prof. Dr. A. Nieuwboer
Exercise adherence | Dr. N. de Vries-Farrouh

13.00-14.30 | Focused Symposium | Room 0.2/0.3
Managing daily life: evidence and implications for practice in neurorehabilitation | Chair: Dr. D. Kos
Clinical and demographic variables associated to balance in daily life activities of people with multiple sclerosis | Dr. D. Kos
The power of doing: self-management develops through doing of everyday activities | Dr. T. Satink
Evolutaion and predictors of life balance after stroke | Dr. A. Van Gils

13.00-14.30 | Focused Symposium | Room 0.4
Brain computer interface (BCI) in Neurorehabilitation | Chair: Dr. J. Groothuis
Introduction of brain computer interfaces and their application in neurorehabilitation | Dr. Farquhar
Cognitive deficits in ALS and BCI: friend or foe? | Dr. J. Raaphorst
Brain computer interface for motor recovery and substitution | Dr. N. Keijsers
Communication using bci in amyothropic lateral sclerosis (ALS) | Dr. J. Groothuis

13.00-14.30 | Focused Symposium |Room 0.5
Motor learning in people after stroke: different perspectives on research and clinical practice | 
Chairs: Dr. S. Braun
Implicit and explicit motor learning in practice: a framework and examples from research and practice | Dr. M. Kleynen
Using an implicit approach in early gait rehabilitation | Dr.  L. Johnson
Re-learning motor abilities during arm-hand rehabilitation: the quest to speed up self-efficacy in stroke survivors who, due to a reduced arm-hand capacity, experience difficulties in task accomplishment | Drs. J.A. Franck
External focus instructions in stroke rehabilitation: one-size does not fit all | Dr. E. Kal

13.00-14.30 | Invited Lecture and oral abstract presentations | Room 0.8
Chair: Prof. dr. F. Hümmel
13.00-13.30 Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rtms) for treatment of motor defi cits and aphasia after stroke | Prof. Dr. J. Liepert
13.30-13.45 Classification of cortical theta activity elicited by balance perturbations provides preliminary evidence of distinct cortical representation of mediolateral balance capacity in hemiparetic chronic stroke | T. Solis-Escalante
13.45-14.00 Motor impairment in post-stroke individuals may be related to a reduced ability of the corticospinal system to shift stretch-reflex thresholds | Dr. D. Piscitelli
14.00-14.15 Does Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation have an added value to clinical assessment in predicting upper limb function very early after severe stroke? | M. Hoonhorst
14.15-14.30 Acute diffusivity biomarker for prediction of language outcome in mild-to-severe stroke patients | C. Rosso

13.00-14.30 | Invited Lecture and oral abstract presentations | Room 0.9
Chair: Prof. dr. G. Mead
13.00-13.30 Physical activity after stroke: evidence and implications | Prof. Dr. F. van Wijck
13.30-13.45 Determinants of activity participation and life satisfaction one year after ischemic stroke: contributions of early executive function and psychosocial characteristics | D. Edwards
13.45-14.00 The mini-bestest as clinical test for balance problems after minor stroke; an item-wise comparison | Msc. A. Huisinga
14.00-14.15 Effectiveness of an innovative upper limb programme for stroke survivors: a mixed-methods investigation of quality-of-life outcomes | Msc. A. Strawson
14.15-14.30 Shaping therapy: what influences the content and time for therapy of the upper limb after stroke? a survey of uk therapists | Dr. R. Stockley

14.30-15.00 | ExpoFoyer
Coffee break & Exhibition

15.00-16.00 | Auditorium 2
Chair: Prof. Dr. G. Verheyden
Treatment of post-stroke fatigue-new horizons | Prof. Dr. G. Mead

16.00-17.00 | Awards & Closing ceremony | Auditorium 2
Luc van Calster award
Young scientist and best poster awards
Winner Young Scientist competition

Winner best poster competition
Closing ceremony