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Our specialists’ presentations at conferences In 2015

  1. Heart rate autonomic regulation system at rest and during paced breathing among patients with CRPS as compared to age-matched healthy controls. Gadi Bartur, Jean-Jacques Vatine, Noa Raphaeli-Beeri, Sara Peleg-Shani, Michal Katz Leurer.
  2. 15th Annual Conference of the Israel Physiotherapy Society, 12-13.5.15.
  3. The use of the split-belt treadmill as a locomotor neuro-rehabilitation tool in adolescents with cerebral palsy. Katherin Joubran, Dr. Simona Bar-Haim, 15th Annual Conference of the Israel Physiotherapy Society, 12-13.5.15.
  4. Association and disassociation between Apraxia and Aphasia. Hana Karpin and Avia Givon, The annual conference of Occupational Therapists, 1-2.6.15.
  5. Reference Framework for treatment of CRPS. Naama Gissis, The annual conference of Occupational Therapists, 1-2.6.15.
  6. Human figure Drawing for CRPS- Content and Construct Validity of the Assessment. Shira Kraus, The annual conference of Occupational Therapists, 1-2.6.15.
  7. Practicing Laterality and its Influence on Pain Level and Function in Patients with CRPS. Noam Herling,  The annual conference of Occupational Therapists,  1-2.6.15
  8. Body-Soul Group in Geriatrics. Hana Karpin, The annual conference of Occupational Therapists, 1-2.6.15.
  9. Cooking Group in Geriatrics. Tirtza Messing, The annual conference of Occupational Therapists, 1-2.6.15.
  10. Learning from naming treatment on the phonological representation of homophones.  Gvion, A., Biran, M., Sharabi, L., & Gil M. (2015, Nov). Presented in the 2016 ASHA convention, Colorado.
  11. Language in elderly. Gvion, A., & Biran, M. (2015, October). Presented in the 9th annual meating of the research institute of the health and medical professions on the third age, Kiryat Ono Israel.
  12. Semantics, as the key for the association of conceptual apraxia and aphasia. Karpin, H., & Gvion, A. (2015, June). Presented at the 21st annual meeting of the Israeli Society of occupational therapist (ISOT), Jerusalem
  13. Transcranial direct current stimulation to improve naming abilities of persons with chronic aphasia:  preliminary study using individualized based protocol. Lifshitz, A., Gvion, A., Vatine, J.J., & Mashal. M. (‎‎2‎‎0‎‎1‎‎5‎‎, ‎‎ March‎). Presented at the Collaboration of the Aphasia Trialists (CATs), Network conference, Future Directions for Aphasia Research, London
  14. Transcranial Direct Current stimulation to improve naming abilities of Hebrew speakers with chronic Aphasia. Lifshitz, A., Gvion, A., Vatine, J.J., & Mashal. M. (‎2‎‎0‎‎1‎‎5‎‎,‎‎ February‎). Presented‎ ‎in‎ ‎the‎ ‎‎51‎th‎ ‎annual‎ ‎conference‎ ‎of‎ ‎the‎ ‎Israeli‎ ‎Speech‎ ‎Hearing‎ ‎and‎ ‎Language‎ ‎Association‎, ‎Tel‎-‎Aviv‎. ‎
  15. Insights from LPD on morphological decomposition on reading. Gvion, A., Friedmann, N., & Nissim, R. (2015, February). Presented‎ ‎in‎ ‎the‎ ‎‎51‎th‎ ‎annual‎ ‎conference‎ ‎of‎ ‎the‎ ‎Israeli‎ ‎Speech‎ ‎Hearing‎ ‎and‎ ‎Language‎ ‎Association‎, ‎ ‎Tel-‎Aviv‎. ‎
  16. Promoting Accurate Clinical Behavioral Diagnosis of the Low Concious State Patients. Gilutz Y, Lazary A, Karpin H, Vatine JJ, Misha T, Fortinsky H, Sharon H.(2015, June) Presented in 9th world congress of the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (ISPRM), Berlin.
  17. Monitoring brain rehabilitation treatment effects using quantitative electrophysiological bio-markers: An example showing how an intervention using a mid-saggital mirror can change inter-hemispheric interactions. Bartur G (April, 2015). Presented at the annual meeting of rehabilitation technologies MEDICO.

Posters presented at national and international conferences in 2015

  1. Treating Children with Burns – Our Experience at Reuth. Lilach Neon, The annual conference of Occupational Therapists,  1-2.6.15
  2. Teamwork as a uniting factor in the Occupational Therapy Department at Reuth.  Hadas Gotliv and Hadassah Fortinsky The annual conference of Occupational Therapists, 1-2.6.15.
  3. Pain control using psycho-education in CRPS patients. Is it all dependent on personality? Hadas Frank, Benymin Feldman, Anatoly Livshitz, Lera Levin-Sefer, Inbal Rabinowitz, Jean-Jacques Vatine. 9th Congress of the European Pain Federation EFIC 2-5.9.15, Austria.

Publications in 2015

  1. Bartur Gadi, Hillel Pratt, Ruth Dickstein, Silvi Frenkel-Toledo, Amir Geva, Nachum Soroker (2015). Electrophysiological manifestations of mirror visual feedback during manual movement. Brain Research 1606, 113–124.
  2. Gilutz Y, Lazary A, Karpin H, Vatine JJ, Misha T, Fortinsky H, Sharon H.(2015)

      Detailed behavioral assessment promotes accurate diagnosis in patients with disorders of consciousness. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 2015 Mar 4;9:87.

  3. Ohry A (2015). Felicjan Slawoj-Skladkowski (1885-1962): The only known doctor-soldier-politician with an outdoor-wooden-toilet named after him. Journal of medical biography. first published on May 29, 2015.
  4. Ohry A., Ohry K., Shemesh F., Shemesh G. From Georgia to Jerusalem: some Medical Aspects of “The Knight in the Panther’s Skin” by Shota Rustaveli. Vesalius: acta internationales historiae medicinae.
  5. Friedmann N, Gvion A, Nisim R. Insights from letter position dyslexia on morphological decomposition in reading. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 3;9:143
  6. Reznik JE., Biros E., Bartur G. An electromyographic investigation of the pattern of overflow facilitated by manual resistive proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation in young healthy individuals: a preliminary study. Physiotherapy Theory & Practice, 31(8):582-6.
  7. Lifshitz Ben Basat A., Gvion A., Vatine J.J., Marshal N. Transcranial direct current stimulation to improve naming abilities of persons with chronic aphasia: A preliminary study using individualized based protocol. Journal of Neurolinguistics 38 (2016) 1:13.
  8. Ohry A., Buda O. Teofil Simchowicz (1879–1957): the scientist who coined senile plaques in neuropathology. Rom J Morphol Embryol. 2015;56(4):1545-8
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