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In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Korea National Rehabilitation Research Institute International Symposium on Rehabilitation Research 2018


Rehabilitation Research - Past, Present, and Future
(Improving Quality of Life for People with Disabilities)


Wednesday, June 20, 2018


Grand Ambassador Seoul Hotel, Korea

Contents Speaker
Session 1
Health Promotion and Rehabilitation for People with Disabilities
Health and Function: Imperatives for Promoting Positive Community Living Outcomes for Individuals with Disabilities Kristi W. Hill, Deputy Director
(National Institute of Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research)
Better Research for Better Health of People with Disabilities Seung Hee Ho, Director
(Dept. of Rehabilitation Standard & Policy, KNRRI)
Understanding the Nature of Disability: Health Promotion and Health Education So Youn Park, Professor
(Dept. of Medicine Education, Kyung Hee Univ. School of Medicine)
Session 2
Rehabilitative and Assistive Technology: Current Status and Future Role
The Future of Rehabilitation: Technology as a Game Changer Luc P. de Witte, Professor
(Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare (CATCH), University of Sheffield, UK, and President of the Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe (AAATE))
Rehabilitative and Assistive Technology in NRC: Current Status and Perspectives Won-Kyung Song, Director
(Dept. of Rehabilitative & Assistive Technology, KNRRI)
Enabling Technologies Enhanced Through the Forth Industrial Revolution Technologies Jong Bae Kim, Professor
(Dept. of Occupational Therapy, College of Health Science, Yonsei University)
Session 3
Clinical Rehabilitation Research - Toward the Future
Achieving Optimal Motor Gains in the Clinic Using Rehabilitation Technology Paolo Bonato, Professor
(Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Harvard Medical School)
To Make Lives of the Disabled Easier Hyun Choi, Director
(Dept. of Clinical Research on Rehabilitation, KNRRI)
Brain-Computer Interfaces for Motor Rehabilitation: Then, Now and Next Chang Soo Nam, Professor
(Dept. of Industrial & Systems Engineering ,North Carolina State University)
  • International Symposium on Rehabilitation Research 2018
  • International Symposium on Rehabilitation Research 2018
  • International Symposium on Rehabilitation Research 2018
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