Conference Day 1

Monday, January 23
1400 – 2020 Eastern Standard Time (EST)

Monday, January 23 / Tuesday, January 24
2000 – 0220 Central European Time (CET)

Tuesday, January 24
0600 – 1220 Australian Eastern Time (AET)

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14:00 20:00 06:00 Opening Session (10 min)
14:10 20:10 06:10 Person with Lived Experience with Stroke talk (10 min)

Frank and Louise Nieboer, Calgary, Alberta

14:20 20:20 06:20 What is the Next Big Thing in Stroke Rehabilitation & Recovery? (90 min)

Each speaker will have 10 mins to share their views

John Krakauer, Julie Bernhardt, Nick Ward, S. Thomas Carmichael, Sheila Martins and Numa Dancause

Moderators: Sean Dukelow & Kate Hayward

15:50 21:50 07:50 Break (10 min)
16:00 22:00 08:00
Role of Adjuvant Therapies in Stroke Rehabilitation (Clinical Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: Heidi Schambra

Adaptive Trial Designs and Efficiency in Clinical Trials (Research Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: Mark Bayley

  • Overview of adjuvant therapies in stroke rehabilitation
    Robert Teasell
  • Advances in non-invasive brain stimulation in stroke rehabilitation
    Christian Grefkes
  • Innovations in vagal nerve stimulation in stroke rehabilitation
    Teresa Kimberly
  • Origins of adaptive trial design and key learnings from other fields
    Amanda Farrin
  • Opportunities and challenges of adaptive trial designs in stroke
    Leonid Churilov
  • Current examples of adaptive trials to accelerate stroke recovery
    Kate Hayward
17:15 23:15 09:15 Break (10 min)
17:25 23:25 09:25
Knowledge Translation Gap (Clinical Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: Brodie Sakakibara

Young Stroke & Young Stroke Carers (Clinical Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: Rick Swartz

  • Translating research into practice: Learnings from FAME and GRASP
    Janice Eng
  • Implementing evidence around physical activity and diet after stroke using a co-designed approach
    Coralie English
  • Key learnings from implementing language and cognitive interventions
    Erin Godecke
  • A Stroke Warrior’s Journey
    Brooke Parsons
  • New Research about Supporting Patients and Families across the Continuum of Care
    Jill Cameron
  • Understanding the mechanisms of young stroke
    Vincent Thijs
  • Young carers and stroke recovery
    Trudi Cameron
18:50 00:50 10:50 Break (30 min)
19:20 01:20 11:20
Guided Poster Tour 1 (60 min)

Moderator: Erin Godecke

Guided Poster Tour 2 (60 min)

Moderator: Tom Carmichael

  • It takes a village: Building Australia’s first dedicated service for young adults with stroke
    Karen Borschmann
  • Motor inhibition and its contribution to recovery of dexterous hand use after stroke
    Jeanette Plantin
  • Examining the Link Between Impairments in Visuomotor Adaptation and Motor Control After Stroke
    Robert Moore
  • Reducing Abnormal Muscle Co-activation to Improve Arm Functions in Chronic Stroke Patients using a Wearable Myoelectric Interface
    Abed Khorasani
  • Assessing the Individualized Learning Needs and Priorities of Post Stroke Clients and Families
    Sabrina Celarie
  • Predicting individual treatment response to repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) for motor recovery after stroke: A review and the CanStim perspective
    Franziska Hildesheim
  • Early versus delayed robot-assisted gait training after stroke: differential effects on lower limb motor impairments? – a pilot randomized controlled trial
    Jonas Schröder
  • High-Definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation for Upper Extremity Rehabilitation Post Stroke: A Pilot Trial in Oklahoma
    Jordan Williamson
  • White matter correlates of acute post-stroke dysphagia
    Janina Wilmskoetter