RE-learning Perception-Action In Rehabilitation from a Systems perspective

European Training Network (ETN)- H2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovation Training Network programme- funded by the European Union

REPAIRS aims to improve the effectiveness of rehabilitation that is concerned with the restoration and enhancement of functional ability and quality of life of people with a movement disorder or disability related to perception and action. To this end REPAIRS combines insights from fundamental research on how individuals re-learn perception and action with cutting-edge rehabilitation practice using a systems perspective. Covering a broad range of disciplines, our 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) will work together towards the goal of improving rehabilitation and ultimately quality of life.

REPAIRS projects started!

12 out of the 15 REPAIRS ESRs have already started with their PhD projects! Information about who they are will follow soon in the fellows page!

Re-learning Perception Action in Rehabilitation from a Systems perspective

Successful First Session of the Online Training Events!

Last Thursday 25th of November the first session of the Online Training Events of REPAIRS took place. The session involved an Introduction Presentation for our ESRs, where every Work Package Leader presented useful information about the REPAIRS Project. Supervisors, partners and ESRs had the chance to ask questions and make suggestions. The next session is the first Journal Club on … Learn more

Successful first REPAIRS Network Training Event (NTE) in Frejús, France!

The first in-person REPAIRS network-wide event took place in Frejús, France from the 13th until the 19th of March. This was the first time that the 15  REPAIRS Early-Stage Researchers, their supervisors and partners met in person for a week full of lectures, training and social activities. During the week, ESRs and supervisors had the opportunity to share ideas and … Learn more

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Upcoming events

NTE II will take place in Schmallenberg-Bad Fredeburg from 29 May to 3 June 2022