Conference Day 3

Wednesday, January 25
1120 – 1700 Eastern Standard Time (EST)

Wednesday, January 25
1720 – 2300 Central European Time (CET)

Thursday, January 26
0320 – 0900 Australian Eastern Time (AET)

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11:20 17:20 3:20 Opening Remarks (10 min)
11:30 17:30 3:30
Oral Presentations 1 (60 min)

Moderator: Sean Dukelow

Oral Presentations 2 (60 min)

Moderator: Dale Corbett

  • Prevalence of self-reported sleep disturbances in Canadian stroke survivors: Cross-sectional analysis of the Canadian Community Health Survey
    Matthew Jeffers
  • Automated quantification of forelimb reaching facilitates assessment of dose-escalated rehabilitation in rats following stroke
    Zanna Vanterpool
  • Association between pre-stroke multimorbidity and late changes in functional outcome 6 to 12-months post-stroke: a population-based study
    Matthew Downer
  • Does language of treatment affect recovery from post-stroke aphasia? A retrospective case control study.
    Michael Palayew
  • Classification of Functional and Non-functional Arm Use by Inertial Measurement Units in Individuals with Upper Limb Impairment after Stroke
    Johannes Pohl
  • Clinical and neuroimaging data predicts proprioceptive impairments on a robotic arm position matching task in the subacute and chronic phases post-stroke
    Matthew Chilvers
  • Effects of repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) on the corticospinal drive to upper limb muscles excitability in monkeys after chronic stroke
    Adan-Ulises Dominguez-Vargas
  • Multi modal strategies to enhance activity levels in the early phase of stroke recovery
    Apoorva Shankaranarayana
  • Acute neurobiological and neurophysiological effects of high-intensity aerobic exercise in stroke survivors with and without depression
    Ewan Williams
  • Identification of knowledge and information needs of young people with stroke from eight different countries
    Marika Demers
12:30 18:30 04:30
Brag ‘n Steal Plenary Session (60 min)

Moderator: Ada Tang

  • “Individualized Education Assessment of Clients and Families”
    Sabrina Celarie
  • New Health Care Pathways for Post – Stroke Depression and Suicide Screenings at Transition Points during the Continuum of Care in Stroke Recovery
    Julia Marsh
  • Abnormal electrical activity in stroke patients – what causes it, and can it be fixed?
    Jed Meltzer
  • Cryoneurolysis for spasticity
    Paul Winston
  • Title TBA
    Rosalie McDonough
13:30 19:30 05:30 Break (30 min)
14:00 20:00 06:00
Language, Sensory, Psychological or Cognition Problems Can Affect How People Engage in Rehab Programs (Clinical Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: David Copland

Exciting New Rehabilitation Interventions (Research Stream) (75 min)

Moderator: Dale Corbett

  • The role of sensation in rehabilitation and training
    Leeanne Carey
  • Aphasia and the challenges associated with rehabilitation
    Alex Leff
  • The impact of cognitive issues on engagement in rehabilitation
    Gail Eskes
  • Innovations in rehabilitation of the upper extremity in chronic stroke
    Pablo Celnik
  • Enhancing physical activity routines after stroke
    Sarah Moore
  • Enriched environment models in stroke rehabilitation
    Heidi Janssen
15:15 21:15 7:15 Break (10 min)
15:25 21:25 7:25 Medications to Improve Stroke Recovery (Plenary Session) (75 min)

Moderator: Sandra Black

  • New horizons in pharmacotherapy to improve stroke recovery
    Andrew Clarkson
  • Treating fatigue after stroke: the MIDAS trial and beyond
    Christopher Levi
  • The potential role of dopamine in stroke recovery
    Stefan Engelter
16:50 22:50 08:50 Closing Session (10 min)