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The Latest Cochrane Systematic Reviews
Relevant to Rehabilitation
Does early mobilisation improve stroke outcomes?
Because stroke remains one of the leading causes of death and disability worldwide, implementation of specialized Stroke Units has proven effective in containing the risk of death and of long-term disability in stroke survivors. Read more...
Are internet-based cognitive and behavioural therapies a good alternative for adults with posttraumatic stress disorder?
Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being. Well-being exists when an individual realizes his or her potential, works productively, contributes to his or her community, and is able to cope with the normal life stresses (WHO, 2014). Read more...
Our director, Prof. Stefano Negrini, pictured with Prof. Thierry Lejeune (UC Louvain) and Prof. Koen Peers (KU Leuven), vice presidents of the Royal Belgian Society of PRM, at the Society’s annual congress in Leuven on December 7. The gentlemen signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the organizations. Prof. Negrini also gave a keynote lecture on “Evidence in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine: between facts and prejudice.”
Cochrane Chile is going to host the next Cochrane Colloquium in Santiago, 22-25 October 2019. It will be a great opportunity to meet and network with the Cochrane community from Chile and Latin America. Have a look at the key dates.
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