CHARM International seminar 2015
CHARM (Research Centre for Habilitation and Rehabilitation Models & Services) is pleased to invite rehabilitation researchers to our 1st International Research Seminar “Evaluating interventions in rehabilitation services”.
The goal of the seminar is to foster research exchange and collaboration between researchers dedicated to rehabilitation services research.
Konferansen holdes på Clarion Hotel Royal Christiania i Oslo sentrum.
Key themes of the seminar include:
- Developing and testing of complex interventions
- Application of the ICF taxonomy for rehabilitation research
- Applying the International Classification of Health Interventions taxonomy in Research
There will be a combination of keynote lectures by internationally renowned researchers and presentations of relevant works conducted by researchers of CHARM and its national and international affiliates. We are proud to announce the following confirmed keynote speakers for the 2015 CHARM seminar:
- Dr. Peter Craig, Leader of Health effects of social interventions evaluation program at the University of Glasgow
- Dr. John Whyte, Director of Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute
- Dr. Gerold Stucki, Professor and Chair of the Department of Health Sciences & Health Policy, University of Lucerne, Switzerland.
Keynote Presentations (.PDF):
- Complex interventions, P.Craig
- Development of a taxonomy for rehabilitation interventions, J.Whyte
- The International Classification of Health Interventions, G.Stucki
Presentations from the Parallel Sessions (.PDF):
- Rehabilitation trajectories - Results from the postdoc. projects in CHARM’s TBI research Group, H.L. Søberg
- TBICare project, O.Tenovuo
- The PariS-TBI study: Patterns of post-acute health care utilization after a severe TBI, P.Azouvi
- Center-TBI. Work Package “Transitions of Care and post-acute care. O.Tenovuo & N.Andelic
- Psychosocial wellbeing following Stroke, L.Bragstad & E.Hjelle
- Motivational Interviewing Post-stroke: unpicking the "black box" of a complex intervention, C.E.Lightbody
- Hemispatial neglect following stroke: Developing an assessment tool and identifying viable clinical interventions, M.E.Klinke
- The Exercise Rehabilitation Trial in Huntington's Disease study, J.Frich
- Interventions for children, youth and young adults with cerebral palsy (CP) in Sweden and Norway, E.R.Bousquet
- The Learn2Move study (2-3 yrs old), M.Ketelaar
- The Learn2Move study (16-24 yrs old), M.Roebroeck
- Complex interventions to improve hand function in children with bilateral cerebral palsy, G.L.Klevberg
- Rehabilitation needs approached by health professionals at a rheumatism hospital in Norway – an ICF analysis, A.M.Mengshoel
- Developing a national core set of outcome measures for rehabilitation in rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases, M.Klokkerud
- ICF as a conceptual framework in comprehensive outcome research in young children with cerebral palsy, S.Østensjø
The schedule of the seminar can be viewed here .