Environmental Enrichment After Stroke

Lecture: Environmental Enrichment After Stroke 

Heidi will give an overview of the science underlying Environmental Enrichment, evidence in animal models of stroke, emerging evidence from use of human equivalent models of EE in the clinical setting, discuss potential applications in the clinical setting based on this preliminary evidence and outline plans for future research to determine functional efficacy after stroke.

Presenter 
Dr Heidi Janssen, NSW Health

Date 26 July 2018 

Time
 6.30 pm - 8.00 pm 

Registrations close 25 July 2018 

Biography
Dr Heidi Janssen is an experienced physiotherapist and researcher working in the field of stroke rehabilitation and recovery research.

She continues to work clinically as a senior physiotherapist running exercise and education programs for stroke survivors in the Hunter New England LHD Community Stroke team.

She is a NSW Health Early Mid Career Clinical Research Fellow 2017-2020, Chief Investigator of Service Change and Supporting Lifestyle and Activity Modification after TIA and is a trial coordinator for Altering the Rehabilitation Environment to Improve Stroke Survivor Activity, a phase II trial to determine safety and feasibility of an enriched environment during inpatient rehabilitation.
26/07/2018 - 26/07/2018
Australian Catholic University
Level 6, Room 526.6.01
8-10 Berry Street
North Sydney, NSW 2060

Program


Thursday, 26 July 2018

 
Neuro/Regional/Students - Free; APA - $30; Non-members - $50
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
26/07/2018 6:30 PM

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