Conference Day 2

Tuesday, January 24
0800 – 1740 Eastern Standard Time (EST)

Tuesday, January 24
1400 – 2340 Central European Time (CET)

Wednesday, January 25
0000 – 9840 Australian Eastern Time (AET)

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08:00 14:00 00:00 Opening Remarks (10 min)
08:10 14:10 00:10
Stroke Rehabilitation Care Models for Low Resource Countries (Clinical Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: Marion Walker

How to Design a “Control” for Activity in Trials? (Research Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: Andrew Demchuk

  • Integrated approach to stroke care in low and middle income countries
    Jeyaraj Durai Pandian
  • Developing long term stroke care services in Malaysia
    Noor Azah Aziz
  • Stroke management and quality of life from a Nigerian perspective
    Caleb Gbiri
  • Learnings from the stroke rehabilitation and recovery roundtable on control interventions
    Catherine Lang
  • The challenges of designing a control intervention in aphasia trials
    Caterina Breitenstein
  • Navigating the control intervention in preclinical stroke recovery studies and relevance to clinical trials
    Steve Zeiler
09:25 15:25 01:25 Break (10 min)
09:35 15:35 01:35
Comorbidities & Complications on Stroke Recovery (Clinical Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: Robert Teasell

Predictive Modelling of Stroke Recovery Outcomes (Research Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: Keith Lohse

  • Visual consequences of stroke
    Fiona Rowe
  • The neurobiology of fatigue
    Anna Kuppuswamy
  • An overview of small vessel disease and its impact on stroke recovery
    Eric Smith
  • Predicting aphasia recovery and treatment response after stroke
    Myzoon Ali
  • Using network meta-analysis to predict stroke recovery outcomes
    Griffin Pauli
  • Big data in stroke: Probabilistic modeling of global and cognitive outcomes post-stroke
    Anna Bonkhoff
10:50 16:50 02:50 Break (10 min)
11:00 17:00 03:00
Guided Poster Tour 1 (60 min)

Moderator: Lara Boyd

Guided Poster Tour 2 (60 min)

Moderator: Ada Tang

  • How community-based teams used the Stroke Recovery in Motion Implementation Planner: A field-test study
    Jessica Reszel
  • Successful features and types of mobile applications for stroke rehabilitation: A systematic review
    Heather MacNeill
  • Mobile Technology-Based Interventions for Stroke Self-Management Support: A Scoping Review
    Alexandra Thompson
  • Are people participating in stroke rehabilitation research after the COVID-19 pandemic more impaired in balance and upper and lower extremity motor function?
    Yashoda Sharma
  • Self-reported physical activity is associated with cardiorespiratory fitness but not walking capacity among community-dwelling individuals post-stroke
    Kevin Moncion
  • Pre-treatment network modularity is associated with speech improvement following Multi-Modality Aphasia Therapy
    Trevor Low
  • Are self-reported physical activity levels of Spanish stroke survivors aligned with WHO recommendations? Preliminary results
    Cristina de Diego-Alonso
  • Polypharmacy post-stroke: the relationship with gait, balance and falls in people after discharge from stroke rehabilitation
    Filip Potempski
  • Standardized tools for assessing balance and mobility in stroke clinical practice guidelines worldwide: a scoping review
    Renato Santos
  • Reshaping interprofessional team rounds: An evaluation of best practices in stroke care
    Jennifer Joachimides
12:00 18:00 04:00 Break (35 min)
12:35 18:35 04:35 Biomarkers for Precision Stroke Rehabilitation (Plenary Session) (75 min)

Moderator: Lara Boyd

  • Turning biomarkers into prediction tools for stroke rehabilitation
    Winston Byblow
  • Utility of TMS & EEG as biomarkers of recovery
    Caroline Tscherpel
  • Biomarkers of rehabilitation and recovery for aphasia
    Cathy Price
13:50 19:50 05:50 Break (10 min)
14:00 20:00 06:00
Global Challenges of Delivering Stroke Rehabilitation Care (Clinical Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: Robert Teasell

Measurement of Outcomes after Stroke (Research Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: Ada Tang

  • Advances in stroke transitional care and global implications
    Pam Duncan
  • Driving best practice stroke rehabilitation care in low-to-middle income countries
    John Solomon
  • Changing the reality of acute stroke rehabilitation care globally
    Julie Bernhardt
  • Measuring motor recovery after stroke
    Gert Kwakkel
  • Building a core outcome set for aphasia rehabilitation
    Sarah Wallace
  • Assessment of frailty and implications in stroke
    Terry Quinn
15:15 21:15 07:15 Break (10 min)
15:25 21:25 07:25
Innovative Personalized Rehabilitation Care (Clinical Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: Geert Verheyden

Precision Neurorehabilitation (Research Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: Kate Hayward

  • Promises and pitfalls of telerehabilitation
    Kate Laver
  • Role of nursing practice in neurorehabilitation
    Caroline Watkins
  • Personalizing community-based exercise programs post-stroke
    Nancy Salbach
  • How Big Data can move the field forward
    Sook-Lei Liew
  • Using genetics to target stroke recovery
    Arne Lindgren
  • Targeted interventions in the field of stroke recovery
    Steve Cramer
16:40 22:40 08:40 International Stroke Research and Recovery Alliance (ISRRA) – Creating a world where global collaboration brings major breakthroughs for people living with stroke (Plenary Session) (60 min)

Moderator: Julie Bernhardt

  • ISRRA: Why are we here and how are we different?
    Julie Bernhardt
  • The work of ISRRA – building science and capacity
    Nick Ward
  • What are the top priorities for collaborative research right now?
    Nick Ward
  • What are the top implementation targets for action right now?
    Marie-Louise Bird
  • What would facilitate development of global flagship projects?
    Julie Bernhardt
  • Building the next generation of stroke recovery & rehabilitation researchers
    Rachel Stockley & Natalie Fini
17:40 23:40 09:40 Closing Remarks

Sean Dukelow & Kate Hayward