Kristian BORG (Zviedrija) 

Professor and Chair, division of Rehabilitation Medicine, department of Clinical Sciences, Karolinska Institutet

Tēma: “COVID-19 and rehabilitation”

“Rehabilitation after Covid-19 constitutes a challenge and there is a need to realise that  there will be a large number of patients, not necessarily treated in hospital, with different symptoms after  Covid-19 requiring rehabilitation medicine. Many of  these patients will require rehabilitation not only for motor  dysfunction, but also for cognitive dysfunction.” *

* Borg, Kristian & Stam, Henk. (2021). Rehabilitation of post-Covid – 19 syndrome – once again a call for action!. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine. 53. 10.2340/16501977-2783.

Katharina Stibrant SUNNERHAGEN (Zviedrija)

Professor and Head of Department of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, University of Gothenburg

Tēma: “Rehabilitation for patients after COVID-19: Swedish experience”.  

“The Covid-19 pandemic affects the entire community and the long-term consequences are incalculable for the economy, public health, healthcare, and the health insurrance system.”*

*Westerlind, Emma & Palstam, Annie & Sunnerhagen, Katharina & Persson, Hanna c. (2021). Patterns and predictors of sick leave after Covid-19 and long Covid in a national Swedish cohort. BMC Public Health. 21. 10.1186/s12889-021-11013-2.

Elmar GINZBURG (Vācija)

Head of Neurology clinic at the MEDICLIN Rehabilitation Center
Tēma: “Rehabilitation for neuro- oncology patients: German experience”.  

Specialises in rehabilitation of all neurological diseases, especially the consequences of stroke, treatment of multiple sclerosis and neuro-oncology; neurophysiological investigation methods in particular neurosonology, electromyography and evoked potentials.

Tēma: Vācijas pieredze neiroonkoloģisko pacientu rehabilitācijā

Agnieszka POPIEL (Polija)

Dr hab. Agnieszka Popiel, MD, Ph.D is a professor in the the faculty of Psychology and Scientific Director of the out-patient Clinic for Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw, Poland
Tēma: “Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Postraumatic stress disorder”
“PTSD can be lifelong disorder, witch affects not only our mental well-being, but many other systems as well. More about  evidence based treatment for Post traumatic stress disorder and benefits from CBT”*

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Christian STIERLE, Vācija

Paula LEBRE, Portugāle

Auxiliary Professor at Faculty of Human Kinetics, Lisbon University, Portugal since 1994 at 1st 2nd cycle of Psychomotor rehabilitation, erd cycle on Human Kinetics and Education
Researcher at Institue of Ethnomusicology and – Study center of Music and Dance - Inet-Md-Polo Dança
Erasmus coordinator for psychomotor rehabilitation
Involved in research projects in areas of mental health promotion, resilience, SEL (Promehs- Promoting Mental Health at Schools; Story Makers Project, Rescur – European resilience curriculum, Rescur in Action, Be ready-Life skills and career development helping young people progress into success, Enrete - Enhancing resilience through teachers training) and psychomotor assessment & intervention. Since 2018 involved in the MARA- Movement Assessment and Reporting App, trialling its use in community dance programs in Portugal; contributing to the development of the Outcomes Framework

Tēma: "Covid-19: the training and intervention in psychomotricity during the pandemic"


She works as a part-time professor in REVAKI at the faculty Physical Education and Physiotherapy of VUB since October 2012. She is one of the PI’s of the research group Rehabilitation Research and Anatomical Research and Clinical Studies.
Research topics:
LYMPHOLOGY: medical imaging of lymphedema; extracellular fluid – body composition; innovative treatment (f.e. shock wave) and self management of lymphedema; peri operative (microsurgery); conservative treatment of lymphedema
 ONCOLOGY: influence of oncologic rehabilitation programs on bio psycho social parameters; prehabilitation; comfort of cancer patients during treatment; side effect of cancer diagnosis and treatment, like insomnia, pain and stress; heart rate variability and cancer; sarcopenia and cancer; quality of life of cancer patients and survivors.

Tēma: Fizioterapijas pieeja darbā ar personu ar onkoloģisku saslimšanu

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