Good cooperation, in a broadest sense, is the foundation for successful rehabilitation. Therefore, as part of the RSU Autumn Rehabilitation Days 2015 programme, we would like to announce the conference/competition with the aim to highlight good examples of cooperation between students and teachers as a key element of the study process.
We would like to welcome students and lecturers to share their experiences in the field of rehabilitation and submit their abstracts to present good examples of cooperation in three categories:
Clinical examples: introduction, aim, methods, results summary, conclusions, reflection on cooperation (both the student and the teacher). Specific clinical cases (or health promotion events) or clinical situations (problems) may be presented;
Research: introduction, aim, methods, results, conclusions, reflections on cooperation (both the student and the teacher). The submitted abstract may present studies in various stages of development (to clarify in the description).
Public Initiative: introduction, objective, description of activities, summary of results, conclusions, reflection on cooperation (both the student and the teacher). Abstracts may provide good examples of cooperation within different projects, social activities, campaigns and other initiatives.
Deadline for abstract submission: 2 August 2015.
The conference/competition will take place on 16 September 2015.
Type of presentations: poster presentation.
The authors of best presentations in each category will be rewarded!
Conference/competition guidelines are available HERE.
RSU Autumn Rehabilitation Day 2015 is a pre-conference event for the 4th Baltic & North Sea Conference on PRM which will take place in Rīga, Latvia from 16 till 18 September 2015.