In less than one week, you will visit several clinics that successfully implement advanced technologies in rehabilitation, learn how to optimize therapy at your facility, network with clinical experts and key opinion leaders in rehabilitation, and see some of Switzerland’s most picturesque sites.
Our carefully selected expert speakers are ready to share some insights with you.
- Date: Monday, 18 March 2019 – Friday, 22 March 2019
- Tickets: CHF 2000 per Person. Lunches, lodging, social events, and travel between sites included
- Registration: ends 20 December 2018
- Important: Please note that the Hocoma Academy Winter Session will only take place with 20 to 30 registrations. Therefore, it is imperative that you do not book your flights or make any other arrangements until we send you written confirmation and an invoice on 21 December 2018.
”The academy offered a high scientific level, a strong link between the research and the clinical application and great keynote speakers.”
Dr. Daiana Popa – Rehabilitation Hospital Felix Spa (RO), Secretary of the Romanian Society of Rehabilitation Medicine
‘The international group was a definite asset of the academy.”
Giovanni Rabito – Assistant Director and Risk Manager, Clinica Hildebrand Centro di riabilitazione Brissago (CH)
”I have learned so much and I will return home with loads of positive stories!”
Jennifer Colegate, Senior Occupational Therapist at Child & Adolescent Health Service Western Australia
”Rehabilitation 4.0: Be Ready for Changes: employment structure will change, robots will not replace humans, but they will help to make therapy more efficient and work as intelligent tools and coaches.”
Prof. Dr. Ing. Robert Riener – Professor for Sensory-Motor Systems at the Department of Health Sciences and Technology (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) and at the University of Zurich.
”We need to understand what the technology brings to our patients. The first step is learning from experienced users.”
Prof. Dr. Huub van Hedel – Head of the Paediatric Rehab Research Department of the Rehabilitation Centre for Children and Adolescents of the University Children’s Hospital Zurich in Affoltern am Albis (Switzerland).
”We need to build strong collaborations between healthcare, technology, business and education. We need to take small and precise steps, while keeping the vision of artificial intelligence and big data.”
Dr. Oliver Stoller – Head of Therapy of Rehaklinik Zihlschlacht (Switzerland)