RERC TR SOS 2008

Documents Area
Virtual State of the Science Conference November 17-20, 2008.

Co-directors: David M. Brienza, PhD and Michael McCue, PhD

 

Post SOS Overviews

RERC TR State of the Science Overview

MS Word (88kb) | RTF format (156kb) | HTML version of the Presentation

Design, implementation and delivery of a virtual conference:

Lesson learned from the 1st RERC on Telerehabilitation Virtual State of the Science.

Presented at the RESNA 32nd International Conference on Technology and Disability.
New Orleans, LA.

PDF document (3.3mb) | PowerPoint Document (4mb)

 

Documents

November 17, 2008

Recording of the presentation:

http://pitt.na3.acrobat.com/p85426544

Close Captioning files:

Bio of White Paper Authors and Expert Panel Members:

Presentation:

Evaluation Form:

Post Test Evaluation Form:


November 18, 2008

Close Captioning files:

Bio of White Paper Authors and Expert Panel Members:

Evaluation Form:

Post Test Evaluation Form:


November 19, 2008

Recording of the presentation:

http://pitt.na3.acrobat.com/p68868004/

Close Captioning files:

Bio of White Paper Authors and Expert Panel Members:

Evaluation Form:

Post Test Evaluation Form:


November 20, 2008

Recording of the presentation:

http://pitt.na3.acrobat.com/p32675244/

Close Captioning files:

Bio of White Paper Authors and Expert Panel Members:

Evaluation Form:

Post Test Evaluation Form:

 

The International Journal of Telerehabilitation (IJT)

Special Prepublication Issue

This special prepublication issue contains draft White Papers for the RERC on Telerehabilitation's Virtual State of the Science Conference, Nov. 17- Nov. 20, 2008 at the University of Pittsburgh. The White Papers can be accessed at: http://telerehab.pitt.edu

 

Blog

We are anticipating some great dialogue in our sessions, so we've created this blog to help continue discussion after the sessions have ended. Our presenters and expert panelists will be checking in here and responding periodically throughout the week.

http://rerctelerehabilitationsos.wordpress.com/

 

This conference is supported by


National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research
Grant # H133E040012
http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/osers/nidrr/index.html


The RERC on Telerehabilitation
The RERC on Telerehabilitation serves people with disabilities by researching and developing methods, systems and technology that support remote delivery of rehabilitation and home health services for people who have limited local access to comprehensive medical rehabilitation outpatient and community-based services.
http://www.rerctr.pitt.edu


University of Pittsburgh, Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology
http://www.shrs.pitt.edu/rst

 

 

 

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