Timetable and conference Sessions

This is a preliminary timetable and a partial list of the conference sessions. The list doesn’t include yet all the conference sessions, and the list will be updated here during the coming weeks.

The conference basic timetable:

Sunday 9 July 2017:

8:30 opening

Sessions + workshops

10:00 coffee break

Sessions + workshops

12:30 lunch break

Sessions + workshops

15:00 coffee break

Sessions + workshops

17:00   closure

 

Monday 10 July 2017:

8:30 opening

Sessions + workshops

10:00 coffee break

Sessions + workshops

12:30 lunch break

Sessions + workshops

15:00 coffee break

Sessions + workshops

17:00   closure

                              20:00 –  Gala evening

 

Tuesday 11 July 2017:

8:30 opening

Sessions + workshops

10:00 coffee break

Sessions + workshops

12:30 lunch break

Sessions + workshops

15:00 coffee break

Sessions + workshops

17:00   closure

(The detailed schedule will be published in May 2017)

Sessions:

Functional Connections in Neurology & Development: 

Primitive Reflexes’ Effects on Cognitive and Motor Development

Functional Connectivities after Stroke

Functional Disconnectivities

Environmental Toxins in Movement and Cognition

Functional Anatomy

Intersensory Integration and Movement

Vision and Movement

Balance and Cognition

Measuring the Moves:

qEEG

EMG

Kinematics

Biomechanics

Merging the Disciplines:

General sessions

Physiotherapists and the Brain

Occupational Therapists and Movement

Mind-Body Connections

Learning to Move and Moving to Learn:

Motor Learning

Muscle-Cognitive Interaction

Physiotherapeutic Models

Development of Motor Function

Motor Function and Academic Performance

Movement in Social Engagement:

Social-Motor Functions

Gesture in social engagement

Body position in social interaction

Optimizing Movement in Sport:

Athletics and Cognition

The Smart Elite Athlete

Sport facilitating cognitive function

Facilitating Plasticity: Moving Rehabilitation through Movement:

Plasticity Development

Enrichment

Parkinson’s

Intellectual Disability

Stroke rehabilitation

Rehabilitation Techniques

Physical Medicine and COgnition

Physiotherapeutic Interventions

The engineer as a therapist