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Tuesday, 02 October 2018 10:46

Brain4Train midterm meeting

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IBV will take part in this event that will take place in Milano (Italy), next 3rd of October.

Development of innovative Training contents based on the applicability of Virtual Reality in the field of Stroke Rehabilitation (Brain4Train) is an European initiative funded by ERASMUS+.

The project partners are Silesian University of Technology, Poland, Instituto de Biomecánica, Spain, Fondazione Politecnico di Milano, Italy, and Stichting European Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Netherlands.

The objective of Brain4Train is to develop, validate and transfer of Body Knowledge, focused on the applicability of new biomechanical systems and VR technologies, in order to improve clinical treatment of neurological diseases, especially CVA in Europe. Content generation will be focused on the main interest areas of the health professionals, especially those related with neurological rehabilitation. 

All the contents, developed in online format, will be focused to stimulate not only the healthcare sector but also companies and private sector which develop technological solutions for them. This project should contribute to improve the management of neurological patients, incorporating new complementary methods to traditional ones while developing a shared and harmonized language and knowledge across different agents that act in the rehabilitation of neurological patients.

In addition, this project will foster to the key stakeholders to promote by themselves the acquisition of new technologies and to contribute in this way to modernize the healthcare sector at EU.



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