Saturday, October 2nd, 2021

Programme timing is based on PDT (Vancouver, Canada) Time.

Track 1
07:00 – 08:00 AM
Plenary # 5 – Wings For Life Lecture

‘From the Bench to Clinical Trials for a Regeneration Enhancing Antibody Therapy for Spinal Cord Injury’

M Schwab
08:30 – 10:00 AM

Establishing safety in acute spinal cord injury trials: Challenges, measurement, and reporting

C Jutzeler, J Street, L Jones, J Guest, S Kirshblum, J Kramer
10:30 – 12:00 PM
Instructional Course:

Recent advances in spinal cord regenerative approaches

A Parr, I Scarisbrick, R Quinta
12:30 – 14:00 PM

Building capacity for engaged research: the new integrated knowledge translation (IKT) guiding principles for conducting and disseminating spinal cord injury (SCI) research in partnership

H Gainforth, P Athanasopoulos, G Scarrow, K Anderson-Erisman
14:30 – 16:00 PM

A new model of health coaching in spinal cord injury: peers as professionals

J Shepherd, S Skeels, M-J Fetterly, T Thorson, B Arana
16:30 – 18:00 PM

Establishing consumer engagement programs and the impact for SCI research organizations

M Skrybant, J Chernesky, A Vecchio, H Sihota
18:30 – 20:00 PM
Instructional Course:

Providing integrated interdisciplinary follow-up care for people with spinal cord injury in the chronic phase: models and perspectives from different countries

T Van Diemen, I Eriks-Hoogland, J Middleton
20:30 – 22:00 PM

Implementing practice recommendations for bone health and osteoporosis management: guidance for clinicians

BC Craven, L Morse, K Cowley, C Cirnigliaro
Track 2
• #295 Decannulation in people with spinal cord injury: the experience by a tertiary referral center
P Subert
• #146 Efficacy of external sphincterotomy in patients with detrusor sphincter dyssynergia; a monocentric experience
L Lepoittevin
• #412 Exercise intensity during exergaming in wheelchair dependent persons with SCI
M F Wouda
• #230 Tetraplegia upper limb activity questionnaire (TUAQ) – development and initial psychometrics
J Wangdell
• #272 Transcutaneous electric spinal cord stimulation combined with robotic-assisted arm rehabilitation improves hand function in patients with a cervical spinal cord injury
L Garcia-alen
• #278 The impact of previous mental health complexity and psychological variables on initial SCIC rehabilitation outcome
J Duff
• #29 Conceptual basis and practical use of novel developments for achievement assessment in spinal cord injury rehabilitation
• #119 Omitting TMS component from paired associative stimulation with high frequency PNS: a case series of tetraplegic patients
M Pohjonen
• #426 Validity and reliability of the 2-minute walk test in individuals with a spinal cord injury
R Willi
• #149 A Danish nationwide register-based study investigating the socioeconomic consequences of traumatic and non-traumatic spinal cord injuries
P L Soendergaard
• #192 Making of a mixed reality e-learning module for patients with spinal cord injuries
J Baardman
• #218 Pain in spinal cord injury during initial inpatient rehabilitation: data from the Dutch Spinal Cord Injury Database
T Crul
• #331 Development of the International SCI Psychological Functioning Basic Data Set: an interim report
M Post
• #158 Spinal cord injuries and bowel stomas; timing and satisfaction with stoma formation and alterations in quality of life
J Stolwijk-Swuste
• #249 Content validity of the Work Rehabilitation Questionnaire (WORQ) for persons with spinal cord injury; a mixed methods study
E Roels
• #419 The impact of sport activities on quality of life of patients with spinal cord injury
L DiLucente
• #214 Participants-reported effects of transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation on spasticity in persons with SCI
A Lannem
• #328 Self-management training in persons with SCI in the Netherlands
C Van Leeuwen
• #140 Patient satisfaction with suprapubic catheters for bladder management in SCI
C Riley
• #176 The impact of olfacory unsheathing cell transplant models on macrophage response in rat spinal cord with spinal nerve roots injury
O Chu
• #191 Case study to explore the benefit of a virtual reality interface combined with robotic facilitated movement to reduce phantom limb pain occurring after traumatic high-level tetraplegia
E Watson
• #303 Linking SCI nurses worldwide – developing the ISCoS Nurse Special Interest Group (NSIG)
D Green, R Steensgaard
• #436 Factors contributing to transition of bladder management method following traumatic spinal cord injury
H Wen
• #164 Alkaline phosphatase as a bone turnover marker after SCI: a scoping review of studies in humans and rodents
M Ponzano
• #142 Cost-utility analysis of a combination of transcranial direct current stimulation and virtual illusion for neuropathic pain for adults with SCI in Canada
M Xi
• #243 The Praxis Commercialization Program: Moving research innovations out of the laboratory and into the marketplace
• #370 A Comprehensive Overview of the Scientific Evidence for Pediatric-Onset Spinal Cord Injury
• #371 The Experience of Living with a Spinal Cord Injury: A Comprehensive Overview and Meta-Synthesis of the Qualitative Scientific Literature
• #312 From Initial Injury to Extubation in Traumatic Spinal Cord Injured Patients: The Role of the American College of Surgeons Verified Level 1 Trauma Centers
• #271 Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury
• #389 Establishing a Canadian Multi-Site Quality Care Consortium: A Model for Advancing SCI Rehabilitation
• #374 Development and implementation strategies of the comprehensive Canadian Spinal Cord Injury Clinical Practice (Can-SCIP) Guideline
• #167 Identification of parameters for tracking activity-based therapy for people living with SCI or disease through focus group interviews with key stakeholders
A Kaiser
• #409 Transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation promotes cardiovascular recovery following SCI: translational evidence
R Sachdeva
• #162 “I’m glad I can walk, but sometimes it’s so challenging that it’s an inconvenience to myself and others”: experiences in physical activity among individuals with SCI who ambulate
S Lawrason
• #117 The relationship between physical activity, cardiorespiratory fitness and indices of physiological and psychological stress in individuals with SCI
G Dix
• #335 Exploring the COVID-19 pandemic related lived experiences of individuals with spinal cord injury
E Simpson
• #122 Patient perspectives on nerve transfer surgery for restoring upper limb function in spinal cord injury
M Manna
• #446 Is the burn worth it? Pain perception following prolonged exposure to low-concentration topical capsaicin
H E T Goodings
• #461 A qualitative examination of behaviours and impacts among family support providers of people with spinal cord injury
R Mckay
• #172 Long-term selective stimulation of transplanted neural stem/progenitor cells for spinal cord injury improves locomotor function mediated by increased synaptic transmission
M Kawai
• #156 Clinical antispasmodic drug, Papaverine, is neuroprotective after SCI by minimizing secondary injury via protection of blood spinal cord barrier function
A Sotome
• #15 Co-designed healthcare transition interventions for young people with chronic conditions: a scoping review
E Bray
• #308 Conceptualizing symptom clusters using proxy variables in SCI symptom science research
L Graves
• #287 Residential mobility increases community participation among racial and ethnic minorities living with SCI in the US
L Murphy
• #123 All over the map: describing pressure variability in acute SCI
C Gee
• #379 How does participant posture influence laser evoked potentials?
L Linde
• #347 Correlations between % body fat evaluated by dual energy x-ray absorptiometry and anthropometric measurements in Thai disables with chronic traumatic SCI
S Pattanakuhar
• #356 Change in bone mineral density in patients with SCI during acute phase after injury measured through dual energy x-ray absorptiometry
M Ikram
• #456 Applying position of mechanical insufflation-exsufflation in people with tetraplegic SCI: a randomised crossover pilot study
S E Hyun
• #11 Initial experience of the treatment of neurogenic lower urinary tract storage dysfunction with a new β3 agonist (Vibegron) in patients with SCI
R Takahashi
• #265 Verifying the relationship among trunk function, upper extremity function, and ADL in cervical SCI patients using the Trunk Control Test in individuals with SCI
K Jimbo
ALL DAY (24-hours)
Poster Viewing
Poster Hall
Virtual Exhibition
Chat Rooms
World Clock

22:15 PM – 23:00 PM

Closing Ceremony

R Marshall

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