Home Announcements ZonMw rehabilitation program I 'Restoration of mobility' ZonMw rehabilitation program II 'ALLRISC' 1. Umbrella project Restoration of mobility 2. Wheelchair skills 3. Cardiovascular adaptation 4. Mechanical strain of the upper extremities 5. Spasticity reduction using FES 6. Coordination of the upper extremities in tetraplegia 7. Everyday physical activity 8. Hand-arm policy in tetraplegia 9. Handbiking 10. Transmural nursing care 11. Immigrants in SCI rehabilitation 12. Determinants of physical capacity 13. Patient involvement in SCI rehabilitation 14. Respiratory adaptations 15. Classification of paramedical intervention 16. Patient monitoring 17. Upper extremity task performance in high SCI 18. Quality of life during and after SCI rehabilitation 19. Pulmonary complications and physical inactivity 20. ACT-ACTIVE 21. Universal wheelchair mobility skills test 22. WHEEL-i 23. Life satisfaction & wheelchair exercise capacity 24. Shoulder pain & range of motion Related projects NVDG research group Publications Links
NVDG research group
Nederlands-Vlaams Dwarslaesie Genootschap (NVDG)
The Dutch-Flemish Society of Paraplegia exists since 1993 as a society of co-workers from the specialized units for spinal cord injury rehabilitation. The goal of the society is to stimulate:
The collaboration between persons working in the rehabilitation of spinal cord injury;
The exchange of ideas and experience between these persons (national and international);
Research within the field of spinal cord injury rehabilitation.
Since 1995 the society is affiliated as “Regional Society” of the International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS, the former IMSOP).
NVDG research committee
In 2004 a research committee of the NVDG was founded, to secure the future of the research program ‘Restoration of mobility in SCI rehabilitation’. The goals of the NVDG research committee are:
Directing future research;
Stimulating collaboration between (para)medical workers and researchers;
Presenting the results of scientific research to (para)medical workers via symposia, NVDG conference and an annual report.
Center for Human Movement Sciences
University Medical Center Groningen
University of Groningen
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