The 1st European Stroke Rehabilitation Workshop will take place on 12 May 2020 before the joint ESO-WSO Conference, in Vienna, Austria.

This workshop focuses on cutting edge clinical and research aspects of stroke, inviting renowned stroke rehabilitation specialists as well as early career colleagues, and is organized under the auspices of the ESO and its Neurorehabilitation Committee.

Please note that the ESO Workshop is on application only and participation is limited.

During the workshop, renown European stroke rehabilitation specialists will share their knowledge with stroke physicians, therapists and nursing professionals. This stroke rehabilitation workshop addresses

  • Stroke recovery and it’s underlying mechanisms
  • Stroke rehabilitation guidelines for the clinic and research
  • The importance and execution of standardized outcome assessment
  • The added value of kinematic outcome assessments for stroke recovery
  • The application of technology in stroke rehabilitation

The participants will discuss the most recent research and innovative technologies for the rehabilitative treatment of stroke with a faculty of experienced European speakers and have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with standardized outcome assessments.

Organising Committee
Jeremia Held
Janne Veerbeek
Andreas Luft

Who should apply?

Stroke physicians, therapists and nursing professionals with an interest in neurorehabilitation

All applicants are expected to be ESO members or to have applied for ESO membership (junior membership application – up to 35 years, free of charge – is available here).

The ESO Stroke Neurorehabilitation Workshop bears costs of meals and coffee for participants and speakers. Participants cover their accommodation, travel expenses, the dinners outside the usual program and any personal expenses during their stay including telephone and internet costs from the hotel. Accompanying persons are not permitted.

How to apply?

Interested applicants are requested to complete the application form (download here).

We aim for an even distribution of participants over European countries.