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Translating Research into Practice - Upper Limb Rehabilitation after Stroke

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Is upper limb rehabilitation a challenge for you?

Do you want to know more about evidence-based upper limb rehabilitation?

This is your opportunity to engage in co-production and mobilisation of knowledge into practice.

This free-to-attend workshop is part of a seminar series hosted by The Institute of Environment, Health and Societies, Brunel University London and is aimed at bringing together clinicians and researchers/ academics working in the area of Upper Limb rehabilitation to bring research into practice.

The first day of the series will bring you an overview of key literature and evidence for recovery and rehabilitation of the Upper Limb after stroke while discussing the challenges and translating those into clinical practice.

The morning session will focus on sharing the recent advancement in evidence-based research and will involve a discussion on current guidelines for practice and current challenges for implementing research effectively into clinical practice.

The afternoon workshop is focused on engaging in an in-depth discussion to identify effective methods for implementing research into clinical practice.
The sessions will be facilitated by a number of established researchers in the field.

This will be your chance to bring your expertise, ideas and concerns to the table for discussion with other colleagues and develop plans for improving clinical practice for best patient benefit. This will also be a great opportunity to collaborate with eminent researchers and clinical academics for future collaborative projects and service development.