Dr. Jousse Lecture Series
Welcome to the new Dr. Albin T Jousse Lecture Series in collaboration with Best Practice Forum, which is sponsored by the Rehabilitation Engineering Laboratory, the Spinal Cord Rehab Program, the Neural Engineering and Therapeutics Team, and Toronto Rehab.
The purpose of this lecture series is to provide a venue for scientists, physicians and clinicians working in rehab settings as well as students, consumers and their caregivers to share knowledge, present the latest research findings and participate in a dialogue on what it means to live with disability. The lectures will be 45 minute long followed by 15 minutes of questions.
Coordinator of the Dr. Albin T. Jousse Lecture Series is Dr. Kristin Musselman . If you have any comments, concerns or would like to present please send us an email at email@example.com.
The series is currently in its 11th season.
Past Lectures › Dr. Jousse Lecture Series
Susan Jaglal : Development and Validation of an Algorithm to Identify Cases of Non-traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Using Health Administrative Databases
Abstract: In a number of developed countries the incidence of non-traumatic spinal cord disorder (NTSCD) is reported to be greater than that for traumatic spinal cord injury (tSCI). Over the…Find out more »
Andres Lozano – A proposal to treat patients with spinal cord injury by stimulating locomotor areas in the brainstem
Abstract Disturbances in gait function are characteristic of a number of disorders including Parkinson’s disease and spinal cord injury. The introduction of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) has allowed its examination…Find out more »
Abstract In a financially constraint health care environment, economic analyses are becoming increasingly important to health care administrators and decision-makers. Unfortunately, the concepts, methods and application of health economics are…Find out more »
Aimee J. Nelson – Changes in the organization of the motor cortex that follow incomplete spinal cord injury; insights for rehabilitative strategies
Abstract Movement training for improving upper limb control is an essential component of rehabilitation for individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI). Understanding the cortical representation of arm muscles in SCI…Find out more »
Dr. Bastien Moineau – Development of a garment-based technology to deliver functional electrical stimulation after acquired neurological impairment
Abstract Functional electrical stimulation (FES) has been used for individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI) to retrain impaired neural circuits and regain compensatory uses of their paralyzed muscles (FES therapy).…Find out more »
Abstract Respiratory-swallow coordination is vital for preventing the aspiration of foreign material into the airway. In healthy adults, respiration ceases during the expiratory phase of breathing for the duration of…Find out more »
Dr. Sarah Munce – The SCI&U Story (so far): Developing an online self-management program for people with spinal cord injury
About the Speaker Dr. Sarah Munce, PhD is a scientist at Toronto Rehab in the LIFEspan Service and an assistant professor (status only) at the University of Toronto in Department…Find out more »
About the Speaker With a BSc in Physical Education and a MSc in Human Movement Sciences, Dr Wiest focused the initial phases of his career on understanding sports biomechanics and…Find out more »
Jean-François Lemay – Using wearable sensors to document gait stability in individuals with spinal cord injury: preliminary results
Abstract Most individuals with a motor incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI) will eventually recover the ability to walk. However, they will also present a higher risk of falling than that…Find out more »
Dr. Dalton Wolfe, Stephanie Marrocco & Dr. Deena Lala – Enhanced clinical decision-making for activity-based therapies for persons with SCI
Abstract The Parkwood Program for Rehabilitation Innovations in Mobility Enhancement (PRIME) is a multi-faceted initiative undertaken by the Research 2 Practice (R2P) team at Parkwood Institute. The ultimate objective of…Find out more »