ASSOCIATION OF CHARTERED PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN NEUROLOGY
The 3rd congress on Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair taking place on May 22–24, 2019 in Maastricht, the Netherlands, is organized by the Dutch, Belgian and German Societies for neurorehabilitation and the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology in the United Kingdom.
Please look at the conference website: http://www.neurorehabrepair.eu/programme for the comprehensive conference programme.
Keynote lectures covering basic neuroscience in animal models up until implementation science will be presented and form the basis for discussion among international colleagues.
Focused symposia of current and emerging methods in neurorehabilitation together with oral and poster presentations will further stimulate debate, interaction and networking.
Preliminary programme will include:
1. Keynote lectures by international experts
2. Focused Symposia with invited speakers
3. Free oral communication sessions
4. Best young scientist award
5. Industrial symposia at lunchtime
6. Ample space for free poster communications
7. Best poster award
Best Young Scientist and Best Poster Award 2019
There will be a special slot during the programme for awarding the best oral presentation of a young scientist (up to 35 years of age) as well as for the best poster presentation (all ages). The 1st place winners will receive a free full congress registration for the 4th Congress on NeuroRehabilitation and Neural Repair in 2021!
We look forward to welcoming you in Maastricht!
Kind regards on behalf of the Organizing Committee
Prof Dr Gert Kwakkel Conference Chair
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