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The program focuses on new rehabilitation concepts which are best suitable to develop the Chinese rehabilitation services further. Feasibility studies, implementation plans and education programs are highly requested.

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Beyond the classic rehabilitation topic the meeting looks at the robotic future, the role of big data and prevention as well. A considerable role in health support in the population may play healthy living and healthy ageing villages and urbanization solutions. The key role of the motoric system for man in the industrialized civilization is unbiased and deserves more attention to be addressed for home, public and workplace solutions.

The Key Note topics and morning lectures shall include:

On 20th April Morning:

  • Rehabilitation Demand in China and Situation Overview
  • Clinical Rehab in China
  • Outpatient Rehab in China
  • Global Rehabilitation Markets and Chinas Developments
  • Education for therapists in China
  • Limits of Rehabilitation

On 21st April Morning:

  • Several lectures about the Motoric System as the backbone of rehabilitation in various clinical and non-clinical scenarios
  • The Healthy Urbanization
  • Holistic Standards (CAM/TCM)
  • Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine

In the afternoon sessions the four target groups and mixed groups will be matched around the following topics (group description and no.s see Call for Speaker).

WS A - "Professional and Public Health Education"

Established and advanced solutions

  • Best practices
  • Education Provider
  • Specific issues in China
  • Associations and Public Programs
  • Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Schools

WS B – "Rehabilitation Standards and Quality Management: the International Perspective"

Advancing and developing standards and quality management methods

  • Study reports, newest scientific reports
  • Technology vs. Human Factor in rehabilitation outcomes
  • Certification and accreditation of solutions and policies
  • International standards and implementation
  • Standards in China and developmens

WS C – "Best Rehabilitation Practices in Oncology and Cardiology"

Advanced rehabilitation approaches and holistic treatment concepts

  • Modern cancer and relapse prophylaxis
  • Integration of Big Data into rehabilitation projects
  • CAM/TCM: what is the added value
  • Cardiopsychology success and relearning life style habits for cardiac prevention

WS D – "The Motoric and Neurosystem Rehabilitation"

Applied science and modern neuro-rehabilitation technologies

  • Technology assisted early and long term stroke rehabilitation 
  • Motor System workshop: Physiological effects of mechano stimulation, diagnostics hands on practice

WS E – "Standards for the Future of Rehabilitation: Big Data, Virtual Reality, robots and Telemed Support for Clinical and Home Based Models"

Leading edge experiences and evaluation of concepts: 

fruture proof solutions and absorptiveness in China

  • From the labs
  • Prototypes and approved technologies
  • Experiences and project reports
  • Long term research and innovation outlooks
  • Practical implementation models for China

WS F –"Sportsgroups in Reha and Preventive Sports Initiatives in China

China goes sports: what does this all mean for the next years

  • Current apporaches and developments: supporters and industries
  • Ambient assisted living solutions for more mobility
  • Elderly care solutions and rehabilitation sports groups initiatives
  • sports.medicine newspare launch: new platforms for knowledge exchange

WS G – Rehabilitation Supply in China and projects to close the gap

Projects under Way and Projects Suggested

  • Medical Associations rehabilitation support and rollout
  • Standards as backbones of new large scale developments
  • Implementation experience: KidsFirst Project in Shenynang
  • How to facilitate the emergence of more rehabilitation centers and home based models

WS H – The Healthy Urbanization: Vision and Realization

Standards and Trends for Healthy Living/Ageing Urbanizations

  • Urbanization principles based on integrative health studies
  • Cooperation of healthy living planners and architects
  • Healthy Ageing Science
  • Case studies and examples
  • Managed health and quality of life

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