February 26, 2024 – 7 PM CET
Prof Katharina Stibrant Sunnerhagen
Topic: What factors prior stroke affects outcome?
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January 24, 2024
Jean-François Kaux
Topic: Current opinion on tendinopathies – PRM point of view

The Cochrane e-book collects all the reviews of Rehabilitation interest that can be searched according to thematic indexes.

For each review the summaries for different audiences are provided: researchers (abstract), practitioners, students, health managers & policy makers, consumers.
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  • To improve awareness of PRM’s fundamental role in implementing social changes to fulfil the rights of disabled people.
  • To promote scientific research and education in PRM at a European level.
  • To harmonize the way of understanding rehabilitation in different countries at a European level.
  • To diffuse the European knowledge in the International bodies to contribute for the enrichment of contents and awareness of PRM at any level and in any matter

To develop the system of care that would promote quality of life, dignity and independency of the persons with disability to greatest extend possible.

  1. To facilitate international exchange regarding different aspects of rehabilitation activities and research, including disseminating information regarding rehabilitation related funding, multicenter trials, national and European projects, meetings and congresses.
  2. To provide means to facilitate research activity and communication at the European level.
  3. To organise a biennial European congress of P&RM in one of the member countries.
  4. To influence national governments and European organisations to support initiatives and co-operation in the field of research in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine.
  5. To establish a close cooperation with the Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine Section and Board of the Union Européenne des Médecins spécialistes (UEMS) and the Académie Européenne de Médecine de Réadaptation.
  6. To provide information to local, national and European governments about the contents and evidence based efficacy of P&RM.
  7. All activities in the broadest sense that are related to, are part of or are beneficial to the goals mentioned above.
  8. All Activities toward other Disabled People, Health, Medical Associations and other scientific associations in Europe.


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