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World Health Organization Priorities for Disability and Rehabilitation: Implications for Rehabilitation Research, Education and Advocacy
July 12, 2016 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
The Rehabilitation Sciences Institute (RSI) and the International Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation (ICDR) presents “World Health Organization Priorities for Disability and Rehabilitation: Implications for Rehabilitation Research, Education and Advocacy”.
This session is designed for anyone with interest in global rehabilitation and disability. If you are unable to attend in person, join our web conference and log in as a guest.
The Rehabilitation Sciences Institute (RSI) at the University of Toronto has recently attracted interest on an international scale. RSI has been honoured by visits from many leaders in rehabilitation, and continues to attract international scholars interested in collaboration.
In May 2016, RSI was invited to take part in the World Health Organization Disability and Rehabilitation Partners meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. Drs. Colantonio and Nixon will report on the top 10 insights from this meeting and discuss implications for research, training and advocacy through RSI and globally.