MATR Webinars: Improvement of Motor Learning by Virtual Reality
Welcome to the seventh appointment of the Master in Advanced Technologies in Rehabilitation Webinar series.
These webinars will take place on the the first Wednesday of each month (from March to December 2021, except August) and will introduce some of the contents that will be deepened in the first level Master in Advanced Technologies, organized by Humanitas University, in collaboration with the Politecnico of Milan and don Gnocchi Foundation. The Master is scheduled in January 2022, and lessons will be held in person.
The meeting Improvement of Motor Learning by Virtual Reality will be presented by Andrea Turolla, Head of the Rehabilitation Technologies Laboratory at San Camillo IRCCS, Venice.
How to Register
Please click on REGISTER in the right side of the page.
You will be redirect on our LMS platform, please register using the branch code “CCP”. Select the course and enroll to the session.
*Once registered in our platform you will be able to join other MATR Webinars or other courses only by logging in.
Zoom will be used for this event, so we recommend that you download it before the course begins, but you can also participate through browser (make sure you have the latest version of Chrome, Safari, Edge or Firefox). During the event it will be possible to interact with the speakers via chat, microphone and camera: make sure you have a working webcam.
Andrea Turolla Head of the Rehabilitation Technologies Laboratory, San Camillo IRCCS, Venice
For any enquiry:
02 8224 5647
The meeting will be held as free webinar.
Participation will allow the acquisition of 1,5 CME training credit.
It is accredited for the following professions:
Physiotherapists, Occupational therapists, Physicians specialized in Rehabilitation, Ortopedics, Sport Medicine and Neurologists.
To obtain credits, it will be necessary to have attended at least 90% of the event, have completed the event evaluation and passed the learning test.
The materials must be completed strictly within 72 hours of the conclusion of the event.