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RIMS is delighted to invite you to Barcelona for its 22nd Annual Conference. The conference takes place May 4-6, 2017, and will be organised in partnership with the MS Centre of Catalonia (Cemcat).

You can register and submit your abstract via the conference website: www.rims2017-barcelona.com.

The RIMS conference is the main European event for healthcare professionals, researchers and patient representatives to share their knowledge and experiences, and collaborate on topics related to rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis.

We look forward to welcoming rehabilitation physicians and neurologists, nurses and therapists (e.g. exercise physiologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists, neuropsychologists, social workers, speech and language therapists) and all professionals involved or interested in MS rehabilitation research and practice.

This year, the conference main theme is ‘Shaping the Future of MS Rehabilitation’, and covers four areas: Empowerment and Social Participation, Innovative Outcome Measures, Innovative Rehabilitation Approaches, and Employment.

The meeting will offer teaching courses, plenary sessions, round-tables, free communications, poster sessions, network events & exhibition space and industry sponsored symposia.

Do not miss the opportunity and register online now! Abstract submission closes on Friday 20 January 2017.

We look forward to meet you in Barcelona (#RIMS17BCN)!

  • Peter Feys, President RIMS
  • Xavier Montalban, Director Cemcat
  • Jaume Sastre-Garriga & Daphne Kos, Co-chairs Scientific Committee
  • Ulrik Dalgas, Vincent de Groot, Päivi Hämäläinen, Alessandra Solari, RIMS Annual Conference Organising and Scientific Committee

This is a preceptorship organized by Excemed.

The course is designed for neurologists, psychiatrists and leading therapists interested in learning about multi-disciplinary neurorehabilitation, practice and research, in MS. The main learning objectives are:

  • Illustrate the biological basis of neurorehabilitation
  • Describe the main metrics for the assessment of motor disability in MS
  • Plan personalized rehabilitation programmes


RIMS members are entitled to financial benefits as follows

Early registration fee (until Sunday July 3, 2016)
€ 320 with dinner – 270 € no dinner

Regular registration fee (from July 3 on)
€ 350 with dinner – 290 € no dinner

You are most welcome!

EXCEMED designed this preceptorship programme in partnership with Valens Klinik (Prof. dr. J. Kesselring). The course is endorsed by RIMS.

https://www.excemed.org/live-events/new-frontiers-ms-rehabilitation

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Dear RIMS member,

We would like to bring your to your attention that a residential course on multi-disciplinary rehabilitation in multiple sclerosis will be held on 6-7th of October 2016, in Valens, Switzerland. This is a preceptorship organized by Excemed.

The course is designed for neurologists, psychiatrists and leading therapists interested in learning about multi-disciplinary neurorehabilitation, practice and research, in MS.

The main learning objectives are:

  • Illustrate the biological basis of neurorehabilitation
  • Describe the main metrics for the assessment of motor disability in MS
  • Plan personalized rehabilitation programmes

RIMS members are entitled to financial benefits as follows

Early registration fee (until Sunday July 3, 2016)
€ 320 with dinner – 270 € no dinner

Regular registration fee (from July 3 on)
€ 350 with dinner – 290 € no dinner

You are most welcome!

EXCEMED designed this preceptorship programme in partnership with Valens Klinik (Prof. dr. J. Kesselring). The course is endorsed by RIMS.

https://www.excemed.org/live-events/new-frontiers-ms-rehabilitation




 

MSCognition2016
Dear Colleague,

It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the forthcoming conference: Multiple Sclerosis and Cognition: The Interplay between Inflammation and Neuroplasticity, which will take place in Tel-Aviv on january 28-29t, 2016.

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rims cognitive manual
Dear RIMS supporter,

A long-term mission of RIMS is that people with MS throughout and across Europe have access to evidence based rehabilitation when they need it.

We are delighted therefore to inform you about the completion of the cognitive manual, which can be downloaded by clicking the button below!

RIMS will continue to provide the MS health care worker with a high quality of evidence-based materials for continued education and practice.

Download!

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