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Preliminary Programme
3rd European Congress of
NeuroRehabilitation 2015
ECNR 2015
December 1-4, 2015
Hofburg Congress Center
Vienna, Austria
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Preliminary Programme
List of Content
Congress Organization / Committees
3
Welcome Message
4
Programme @ a Glance
5
Scientific Programme
9
Registration Information
25
Exhibitor List
26
Sponsor Acknowledgements
27
About the EFNR
28
Important Contacts
29
Updates Coming Soon
check the congress website!
Finalised Meet-the-Expert Sessions
Free Communication Programme
E-Poster Sessions
Industry Workshops & Industry Symposia
www.ecnr.org
Organised by the EFNR in collaboration with
OeGNR – the Austrian Society of NeuroRehabilitation
DGNR – the German Society of NeuroRehabilitation
Congress Organization
Society Presidents
EFNR
Giorgio Sandrini – Pavia, Italy
DGNR
Claus Wallesch – Elzach, Germany
Walter Oder – Vienna, Austria
OeGNR
Programme Committee
Volker Hömberg – Bad Wimpfen, Germany (Chairman)
and EFNR Committee Members
Local Organizing Committee
Heinrich Binder – Vienna, Austria (Chairman)
Susanne Asenbaum-Nan – Amstetten, Austria
Eduard Auff – Vienna, Austria
Fheodoroff Klemens – Hermagor, Austria
Matthias König – Kapfenberg, Austria
Hermann Moser – Altmünster, Austria
Walter Oder – Vienna, Austria
Werner Poewe – Innsbruck, Austria
Leopold Saltuari – Hochzirl, Austria
Peter Schnider – Grimmenstein, Austria
Josef Spatt – Vienna, Austria
Bernhard Voller – Vienna, Austria
Welcome Message
Dear Colleagues,
On behalf of our Local Organizing Committee, it is a great honor and pleasure for
us to invite you to the upcoming European Congress of NeuroRehabilitation (ECNR),
taking place in the spectacular historic architecture of the “Hofburg Vienna”, Austria,
from December 1-4, 2015.
The ECNR 2015 will be the European medical platform and comprehensive networking forum, which brings together medical scientists, rehabilitation specialists
and industry representatives from all over Europe and all around the globe.
The ECNR will allow for a meeting of medical professionals with a wide-ranging
expertise in the field of NeuroRehabilitation and beyond.
This international convention will also enable efficient bridging to and between
other specialized disciplines in the sphere of all-inclusive rehabilitation medicine,
which is reflected by a formidable scientific meeting program. The effective inclusion of European policy makers and international experts in the field of healthcare
management will not only stimulate new dialogues during the congress, but will
also foster a broader exchange of knowledge and expertise in order to complete
a sophisticated meeting schedule.
Our European convention will also serve as a troika meeting, in view of the fact
that the German Society of NeuroRehabilitation (DGNR) and the Austrian Society of
NeuroRehabilitation (OeGNR) will all hold their annual national meetings for their
members within the framework of the ECNR 2015 in Vienna.
Meanwhile, we would like to wish you all the best and are already looking forward to
meeting you in Vienna in 2015!
Kind regards,
Giorgio Sandrini
President
Volker Hömberg
Secretary
Heinrich Binder
Local Organizing
Committee Chairman
Programme @ a Glance
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
Programme @ a Glance
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
Programme @ a Glance
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
Programme @ a Glance
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2015
12:00-13:30
WS1
Assessment of frontal lobe functions
Frontal assessment: the neurologist's intuition
Armin Schnider, Geneva/CH
Frontal assessment: the neuropsychologist's precision
Klemens Gutbrod, Bern/CH
WS2
Neurological music therapy
WS3
Urodynamics and pelvic floor rehabilitation in adolescents with neural tube defects
Why only adolescents with…?
Mario Patricolo, Abu Dahbi/UAE
14:00-15:30
WS4
Robots in upper extremity rehab
Katja Reinders, Bad Wimpfen/DE
Helmut Krause, Meerbusch/DE
Volker Hömberg, Bad Wimpfen/DE
WS5
Videoendoscopic dysphagia assessment
Wolfgang Schlägel, Basel/CH
Sönke Stanschus, Reutlingen/DE
WS6
Rehabilitation of visual perceptive disorders
Josef Zihl, Munich/DE
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2015
16:00-17:30
WS7
Modular motor therapies
Volker Hömberg, Bad Wimpfen/DE
Helmut Krause, Meerbusch/DE
Katja Reinders, Bad Wimpfen/DE
WS8
Measuring disability using the international classification of functioning, disability and
health in the rehabilitation setting
Chair: Józef A. Opara, Katowice/PL
Matilde Leonardi, Milan/IT
Józef A. Opara, Katowice/PL
Klemens Fheodoroff, Hermagor/AT
WS9
Wound management in early rehab
Dana Boering, Meerbusch/DE
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2015
08:30-09:00
Opening Ceremony
Official opening of the 3rd European Congress of NeuroRehabilitation
09:00-10:00
PL1
Advances in neurorehabilitation fundamentals - an update
Dafin Muresanu, Cluj Napoca/RO
10:30-12:00
ES1
TBI management
Chair: Volker Hömberg, Bad Wimpfen/DE
Sense and nonsense in the use of narcotics after TBI
Andreas Schwartz, Hannover/DE
Treatment of Delirium
Heinrich Binder, Vienna/AT
Why did progesterone fail in Phase III trials
David Wright, Pittsburgh/US
ES2
Deep Brain Stimulation
Deep brain stimulation and neurorehabilitation in movement disorders. Two sides of the
same coin.
Jens Volkmann, Würzburg/DE
Deep Brain Stimulation for conditions beyond movement disorders
Jan Vesper, Düsseldorf/DE
Technical developments for deep brain stimulation - future of brain stimulation
Maximilian Mehdorn, Kiel/DE
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2015
ES3
Multidimensional approaches for multidimensional problems
SSNN Symposium
Endogenous defense activity of the brain
Dafin Muresanu, Cluj Napoca/RO
Multidimensional stategies and endpoints in clinical trials
Johannes Vester, Krailing/DE
Multidimesional parallel approeaxhes in motor rehab
Volker Hömberg, Bad Wimpfen/DE
GS1
Frührehabilitation
Vorsitzende: Claus-Werner Wallesch, Elzach/DE & Marcus Pohl, Pulsnitz/DE
Ergebnisse der multizentrischen Phase-B-Erhebung
Marcus Pohl, Pulsnitz/DE
Critical Illness Neuopathie und Myopathie
Bernd Frank, Leezen/DE
Umgang mit prolongierten Delir und anhaltender Verwirrtheit
Christoph Bucka, Bad Wildungen/DE
Multiresistente Erreger in der neurologisch-neurochirurgischen Frührehabilitation
Jens Rollnik, Hessisch Oldendorf/DE
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2015
14:00-15:30
ES4
Memory disorders and the concept of reality
Introduction
Armin Schnider, Geneva/CH
Psychogenic amnesia
Michael Kopelman, London/UK
Reality filtering: Evidence from confabulation
Armin Schnider, Geneva/CH
Determinants of reality distortion in psychosis
Werner K. Strik, Bern/CH
Summary and final discussion
ES5
Neurorehab in spinal cord injury
Human spinal motor control
Ursula Hofstötter, Vienna/AT
An update on perspectives: stem cells, nogo and so on
Armin Curt, Zürich/CH
Experiences with wearable exoskeletons in spinal cord injuries
Ian Benson, Bucks/UK
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2015
ES6
Balance and gait rehabilitation after stroke. What can we do (better)?
Chair: Alexander Geurts, Nijmegen/NL
Balance and postural orientation after stroke: recent insights into pathophysiology and
assessment
Disentangling the contribution of the paretic and non-paretic leg in sub-acute stroke:
consequences for rehabilitation
Jaap Buurke, Enschede/NL
Balance and gait rehabilitation in chronic stroke: what can we do more?
Alexander Geurts, Nijmegen/NL
GS2
Neurorehabilitation unter ethischen Aspekten
Vorsitzende: Wilhelm Nacimiento, Duisburg/DE & Mario Siebler, Essen/DE
Rehabilitation oder Palliativmedizin – Entgegengesetzte Wege oder gibt es
Gemeinsamkeiten?
Stefan Lorenzl, Salzburg/AT
Prognosebestimmung in der Rehabilitation
Mario Siebler, Essen/DE
Ethische Aspekte und Therapiezieländerung in der neurologischen Frührehabilitation
Wilhelm Nacimiento, Duisburg/DE
Patientenverfügungen, Kriterien für Therapiebegrenzung
Christoph B. Lücking, München/DE
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2015
16:00-17:30
ES7
Rehabilitation of severe brain injury
in collaboration with OeGNR and SIRN
Update and new perspectives
Leopold Saltuari, Hochzirl/AT
Metabolic assessment and nutritional support
Caterina Pistarini, Pavia/IT
French guidelines for neurobehavioural disorders in traumatic brain injury
Jaques Luauté, Lyon/FR
ES8
State of the art in MS therapy
Disease modifying drugs
Hans-Peter Hartung, Düsseldorf/DE
Neuroimaging
Franz Fazekas, Graz/AT
Non pharmacological treatment strategies in MS
ES9
Are we hitting the right targets in postacute rehab: Treatment of impairment vs
compensation learning and when to switch
George Wittenberg, Baltimore/US
Volker Hömberg, Bad Wimpfen/DE
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2015
GS3
Septische Encephalopathie
Vorsitz: Farsin Hamzei, Bad Klosterlausnitz/DE & Hubertus Axer, Jena/DE
Pathomechanismen der Septischen Encephalopathie
Hubertus Axer, Jena/DE
Kognitive Störungen als Langzeitfolge nach Sepsis
Ellen von Schenk, Bad Klosterlausnitz/DE
Funktionelle Beeinträchtigungen des Gehirns nach Sepsis
Theresa Götz, Jena/DE
Fatigue nach Sepsis
Gundula Seidel, Bad Klosterlausnitz/DE
Junior Session
Neurorehabilitation Research Methodology: Advice for Young Researchers
Study designs in neurorehabilitation research: what can we learn from guidelines?
Oscar Bortolami, Sheffield/UK
Systematic review methodology in neurorehabilitation: what’s the matter
Jan Mehrholz, Kreischa/DE
Designing functional neuroimaging studies in neurorehabilitation
from 17:30
Welcome Reception
All participants of the 3rd European Congress of NeuroRehabilitation are heartily invited to
visit the exhibition in order to meet colleagues, faculty members, abstract presenters and
industry for scientific exchange.
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2014
07:45-08:45
ME1
Pharmacology in Neurorehab
Volker Hömberg, Bad Wimpfen/DE
ME2
Explanatory Models in Neurorehabilitation
George Wittenberg, Baltimore/US
ME3
Do we know enough about learning to optimize neurorehabilitation?
Leonardo G. Cohen, Bethesda/USA
09:00-10:00
PL2
Investigating anhedonia with whole-brain computational connectomics: Avenues for a
new psychiatry?
Morton Kringelbach, Oxford/UK
10:30-12:00
ES10
Dysphagia: what is new?
Neuroimaging in dysphagia
NPO status associated with possible non-use effects in acute stroke patients
Sönke Stanschus, Reutlingen/DE
Putting principles into practice: case studies
Rizwana Zaman, London/UK
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2014
ES11
Biokinetic rehabilitation after stroke
Chair: Mario Siebler, Essen/DE
Biokinetics in rehabilitation after stroke
Andrés Kecskeméthy, Duisburg/DE
Biokinetic analysis of stroke patients: what do we learn about treatment decisions?
Mario Siebler, Essen/DE
What is the effect of local botulinum treatment on global biokinetics in stroke patients
ES12
Parkinson disease: new advances in treatment and rehabilitation
The session is held in cooperation with the International Parkinson and
Movement Disorder Society – European Section
Chair: Giovanni Abbruzzese, Genova/IT
Milestones in Parkinson disease progression
Werner Poewe, Innsbruck/AT
Non motor disorders in Parkinson
Extrapiramidal Disorders:neurophysiological basis of rehabilitation
Giovanni Abbruzzese, Genova/IT
Robotic and new techniques for Parkinson Disease rehabilitation
Giuseppe Frazzitta, Gravedona/IT
GS4
Was, wann, warum: Evidenzbasierte Praxisempfehlungen
Vorsitzende: Klaus M. Stephan, Meerbusch/DE
Armrehabilitation nach Schlaganfall
Stand- und Gangrehabilitation nach Schlaganfall
Klaus M. Stephan, Meerbusch/DE
Behandlung von Spastik nach Schlaganfall
Jörg Wissel, Berlin/DE
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2014
ES13
Rehabilitation of patients with visual field loss: restitution vs. compensation
Introduction
Volker Hömberg, Bad Wimpfen/DE
Restitution
Arash Sahraie, Aberdeen/UK
Compensation
Josef Zihl, Munich/DE
14:00-15:30
ES14
Genetic determinants of brain reorganisation and learning
Motor learning in humans with a BDNF polymorphism
Leonardo G. Cohen, Bethesda/USA
Differential effects of BDNF in repetitive associative learning paradigms
Friedhelm Hummel, Hamburg/DE
Role of Brain-derived neurotrophic factor polymorphism in recovery in patients with acute
subcortical stroke
Nam-Jong Paik, Seoul/KR
ES15
Round table: Research in neurorehabilitation: perspectives in Europe
Chair: Giorgio Sandrini, Pavia/IT
Introduction: new perspectives for personalized medicine in neurorehabiltation
Giorgio Sandrini, Pavia/IT
Third EU Health Programme 2014-2020
Relation between National and EU level in neurorehabilitation: Italian experience
Human brain Project: from physiology to robotics
Panel discussion with Presidents of European Neurorehabilitation Societies, Scientific
Directors of Scientific Research and Health Care Institutes
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2014
ES16
Self-efficacy and self-management in stroke rehabilitation
Chair: Klemens Fheodoroff, Hermagor/AT
General overview on self-management and self-efficacy after stroke
Goal setting and action planning after stroke
Lesley Scobbie, Stirling/UK
Guided self management for treatment of spastic paresis after stroke
Jean-Michel Gracies, Créteil /FR
GS5
Kognitive Strategien für die motorische Rehabilitation
Vorsitzende: Christian Dettmers, Allensbach/DE & Christian Dohle, Berlin/DE
Von Spiegelneuronen bis zur Videotherapie
Ferdinand Binkofski, Aachen/DE
Spiegeltherapie
Christian Dohle, Berlin/DE
Training mittels Bewegungsvorstellung
Christian Dettmers, Allensbach/DE
16:00-17:30
ES17
The “forced use principle” in motor and language rehab
The forced use principle in motor control
Otto Witte, Jena/DE
Action-embedding, intensity and constraints in aphasia therapy: which features matter?
Friedemann Pulvermüller, Berlin/DE
The rationale for rehabilitation interventions in neglect: indication for forced use?
Stephanie Clarke, Lausanne/CH
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2014
ES18
Very early or early mobilization after stroke?
Chair: Józef A. Opara, Katowice/PL
Does early mobilization after ischaemic stroke reduce severe complications?
Karin Diserens, Lausanne/CH
The concepts of sarcopenia and frailty: Pertinent in stroke rehab?
How could we measure the outcome of early mobilization after stroke?
Józef A. Opara, Katowice/PL
ES19
Neurologic music therapy in non-motor problems
NMT Beyound motor targets
Rhythmic circuitries in linguistic (syntactic) processing
Yune-Sang Lee, Philadelphia/US
Emotional foundations of music as non-pharmacological pain management
GS6
Therapiemöglichkeiten bei Frontalhirnsyndrom
Vorsitzende: Wilfried Schupp, Herzogenaurach/DE & Walter Oder, Wien/AT
Neuropsychologie der Krankheitseinsicht
Siegfried Gauggel, Aachen/AT
Therapiemöglichkeiten bei Störungen der Exekutivfunktionen
Sandra Verena Müller, Wolfenbüttel/DE
Konzept und Ergebnisse des Intensiv-Reintegrations-Programms: Neuropsychologische
Therapie von exekutiven Fähigkeiten und sozialen Kompetenzen in festen Gruppen
Wolfgang Kühne, Schaufling/AT
Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Neuropsychopharmakotherapie bei mittelschweren bis
schweren Frontalhirnsyndrom
Bernhard Voller, Vienna/AT
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014
09:00-10:00
PL3
The neurophysiology of beauty
Semir Zeki, London/UK
10:30-12:00
ES20
Advances in neuroprosthetics and mind-brain interfaces
Bionic Eye
Susanne Binder, Vienna/AT
Brain –Computer interfaces: state of the art
Gabriel Curio, Berlin/DE
Neurobiological foundation of prostheses for retinal degenerative disease
ES21
Pain in neurorehabilitation
in collaboration with SIRN
Italian consensus conference on pain in neurorehabilitation: from evidence to
recommendation
Osteorticular pain: evaluation of disability and outcome
Ayşe Küçükdeveci, Ankara/TR
Treatment of chronic low back pain
Tatjana Paternostro-Sluga, Vienna/AT
Opioids in the treatment of chronic non-malignant pain
Hans-Georg Kress, Vienna/AT
New advances in the treatment of head pain and neck movement disorders
Cristina Tassorelli, Pavia/IT
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014
ES22
Early neurorehabilitation / neurorehabilitation at the ICU
Early neurosensorial stimulation and prevention of neurovegetatve disorders
Karin Diserens, Lausanne/CH
Are there biomarkers available for initiation and guidance of neurorehabilitation?
Heinrich Binder, Vienna/AT
Weaning in neurointensive care
GS7
Funktionelle Störungen in der Neurorehabilitation von Kindern
Vorsitz: Kristina Müller, Meerbusch/DE
… aus Sicht der Neuropädiatrie
Kristina Müller, Meerbusch/DE
… aus Sicht des Psychologen
Michael Lendt, Meerbusch/DE
… aus Sicht des Kinder- und Jugendpsychiaters
Oliver Fricke, Witten/DE
12:30-14:00
ES23
From education to clinical pathways in neurorehabilitation (round table)
in collaboration with DGNR, OeGNR and SIRN
Update and perspectives about the European curriculum
Heinrich Binder, Vienna/AT
Post-stroke check list? Can it improve the care and rehabilitation of these patients?
The impact of clinical pathways in education
Harmonization of education in Europe: a role for UEMS
Mauro Zampolini, Perugia/IT
Panel discussion: Presidents of European Societies
Scientific Programme
preliminary as per September 3, 2015
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014
ES24
Transitional problems in neurorehabilitation
Cerbral palsy
Kristina Müller, Meerbusch/DE
Epilepsy
Neuromuscular disorders
Sören Lutz, Essen/DE
ES25
Neuroimaging
Does Imaging help to marshal neurorehabilitation
Rüdiger Seitz, Düsseldorf/DE
Imaging in DSC
GS8
Swiss Society of Neurorehabilitation
Tiergestützter Therapie (AAT)
Margret Hund, Basel/CH
Wachkoma - eine vielschichtige interdisziplinäre Herausforderung
Agnieszka Andrykiewicz, Basel/CH
Neurokognitive und epileptologische Aspekte beim Cerebralparetikern - vergleichende
Studie im Kindes - und Erwachsenenalter
14:00-14:30
Closing Lecture
The world of stroke: what have we achieved and which are the challenges?
Registration Information
Registration Fees
Early Fee
until Sept 15, 2015
Regular Fee
until Oct 30, 2015
Late & Onsite Fee
from Oct 31, 2015
EFNR Member*
€ 440,00
€ 540,00
€ 600,00
Non-Member
€ 550,00
€ 650,00
€ 710,00
Trainee /
Therapist**
€ 300,00
€ 400,00
€ 480,00
Student***
€ 190,00
€ 250,00
€ 290,00
*
EFNR Member fee applies to individual members of EFNR Member societies, as well as to WFNR Members
** Written confirmation from your hospital/institution is required to verify your trainee/therapist status
*** Full-time students – Students are required to submit a letter from their chairman or programme director
to verify their student status
Delegate registration fee includes:
participation in the congress programme – scientific, poster and industry
sessions
conference
materials (congress bag, final programme, abstract publication,
name badge)
attendance at the Welcome Reception on Wednesday, Dec 2, 2015
admission to the industrial exhibition
coffee breaks
Accommodation
Mondial Congress & Events has secured a sufficient number of hotel rooms in
4* and 3* hotels at competitive rates. Please note that due to the starting advent
season, early hotel booking is highly recommended!
Bookings can be made through the online registration, which will open Thursday,
April 30, 2015.
Single Use Room
prices starting from
Double Use Room
prices starting from
4-star
€ 168,00
€ 180,00
3-star
€ 110,00
€ 130,00
Group Bookings (10 and more rooms)
Group Bookings are done via individual contracts. For group bookings,
we kindly ask you to contact the Congress Secretariat to arrange details.
Exhibitor List
alphabetical order as per September 3, 2015
ABILITY Switzerland AG
albrecht GmbH
Bioness
BOSANA Medizintechnik GmbH
EKSO BIONICS
Hasomed GmbH
Hocoma AG
Idrogenet – Gloreha
Interactive Motion Technologies
Ipsen Pharma GmbH
Kinestica d.o.o
Magrathea Informatik GmbH
MagVenture
Medtronic Österreich GmbH
Motekforce Link
Nevro
NovaVision GmbH
Otto Bock HealthCare Deutschland GmbH
P.A.N. Zentrum für Post-Akute Neurorehabilitation
Parker Hannifin GmbH
Pro-Walk Rehabilitationshilfen Und Sanitätsbedarf GmbH
Reha & Medi Hoffmann GmbH
Reha Technology AG
Rehder/Partner GmbH
Sintetica GmbH
Sporlastic GmbH
St. Jude Medical
Tobii Dynavox
Tyromotion GmbH
Sponsor Acknowledgements
alphabetical order as per September 3, 2015
ECNR Main Sponsor
Supporters
About the European Federation of
NeuroRehabilitation Societies (EFNR)
The European Federation for NeuroRehabilitation Societies (EFNR) is a multidisciplinary, international, nonpartisan, non-denominational organisation for
the promotion of research, education, and scientific dialogue in the area of
NeuroRehabilitation and related medical specialties.
Headquartered in Vienna, Austria, the EFNR is the effective European-wide
organ of national NeuroRehabilitation Societies and other relevant stakeholders.
Our organisation furthermore serves as a strong advocacy institution, as well as
between healthcare professionals, media representatives and policy makers.
As a registered non-profit organisation, directly dedicated to endorsing and
coordinating the scientific, philanthropic, intellectual and professional activities
in the area of NeuroRehabiliation, the EFNR is driven by its commitment to serve
the international scientific community and to provide latest research results to all
interest groups.
It is also the mission of the EFNR to promote the medical and social wellbeing of
persons with disabling neurological disorders, to advance training and research
in the basic and clinical sciences which can lead to functional recovery of neurologically impaired persons, and to disseminate the knowledge of this research
among professionals and the general public.
In addition, the EFNR develops and promotes homogeneous educational standards
and curricula for young academics who intend to participate in research activities
or practice in the field.
Important Contacts
Official Organising Office,
Exhibition & Sponsorship,
Abstract Handling
Scientific Secreteriat,
Society Administration
Mondial GmbH & Co KG
Mondial Congress & Events
EFNR – European Federation of
NeuroRehabilitation Societies
Operngasse 20B
1040 Vienna
Austria
Margaretenguertel 14/28
1050 Vienna
Austria
Phone +43 1 58804 0
Fax +43 1 58804 185
Email [email protected]
Phone +43 1 505 5555
Venue
Hofburg Vienna
Heldenplatz
1014 Vienna
Austria
www.hofburg.at
Email [email protected]
www.ecnr.org

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