Seminar on rehabilitation and physical activity with leading international researchers
Take the opportunity to join this seminar by leading international researchers on rehabilitation and physical activity. The seminar is organised by Strategic Research Area Health Care Science (SFO-V) through the Global Bridges programme. Register before October 3rd to this free seminar.
Stand up to ageing: the role of sitting in declines in function by Dr. Paul Gardiner, University of Queensland
Recurrent falls in Parkinson’s disease: is rehabilitation too late? by Professor Colleen Canning, University of Sydney
Contemporary approaches to rehabilitation outcome assessment by Professor Alan Jette, Boston University
“Global Bridges to Advance Health Care Research Careers for Junior Researchers” aims at supporting the development of junior researchers at KI and creating international networks within health care sciences and long lasting international collaborations - essential for their careers.
Accepted junior researchers invite international scholars within the field of health care science to share their career stories with and answer all questions the junior researchers may have on their own career choices. The key words are networking and mentoring.
The Global Bridges is now arranged by the SFO-V for the 4th time and our experience is that it is always highly appreciated with outstanding scholars from prestigious universities very generously sharing their experiences.The programme consists of a two-day seminar with junior KI researchers and another three days with seminars, lectures, clinical visits and/or other activities that invited scholar and the inviting junior researcher(s) agree on.Contact person: Alexandra Halvarsson