8th Teaching & Education Conference

Paper titled “BRAIN4TRAIN project as an educational response to the challenges of post-stroke rehabilitation” was presented as a part of e-session at 8th Teaching and Education Conference organized by International Institute of Social and  Economic Sciences. Conference was held Sepember 17th in Vienna, Austria The abstract of this article is on-line available via link: https://www.iises.net/past-conferences/teaching/8th-teaching-education-conference/page-conference-program-8tec?rid=12046

10 th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics

Brain4Train project was presented on 10th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, 24-28 July 2019, Washington D.C., USA. During the Conference Joanna Bartnicka presented the paper titled: “Virtual reality in stroke rehabilitation. Educational challenges for medics and patients.” Authors: Bartnicka J., Ziętkiewicz A., Roziak J., Kasprzak A.

Workshop presenting the results of the project “Development of Innovative Training Contents Based on the Applicability of Virtual Reality in the Field of Stroke Rehabilitation”

Report from the workshop presenting the results of the project “Development of Innovative Training Contents Based on the Applicability of Virtual Reality in the Field of Stroke Rehabilitation” (Brain4Train), Katowice, 11.06.2019 On June 11, 2019 from 9 am to 1.30 pm in room 120 (Katowice, Mikołowska 72) at Academy of Physical Education of J. Kukuczka

Brain4Train Workshops, 11 June 2019

Silesian University of Technology in cooperation with  the Faculty of Physiotherapy of The Jerzy Kukuczka Academy of Physical Education in Katowice organize workshops on the result of Brain4Train project. The workshops will be an opportunity to summarize the works regarding the project, as well as to exchange experiences in the field of applying modern solutions

ABOUT COURSE

The aim of Brain4Train was the development and implementation of an online free access course regarding the applicability of biomechanical technology systems (BTS) and virtual reality (VR) in the context of treatment of neurological patients especially those who have suffered a Stroke. Now, the pilot version of course titled “Training on Biomechanics and Virtual Reality

PILOT COURSE IN PROGRESS

The pilot version of course titled “Training on Biomechanics and Virtual Reality tools in the field of Stroke Rehabilitation” is in progress. The official language of the course is English.  In terms of content, the course has been divided into three modules, within which detailed thematic sessions were organized. In addition, participants can learn about