Annual RIMS Conference: May 4-6, 2023

12 Gennaio, 2023

Dear colleague,
RIMS is delighted to invite you to Genoa for the Annual Conference: ‘Translating Knowledge into Practice: Embracing the Complexity of MS Rehabilitation’, taking place from Thursday May 4 until Saturday May 6, 2023 in Genoa, Italy, and will be organised in partnership with the Italian MS Society.
The Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis (RIMS) Conference is the main European event at which all European healthcare professionals, researchers and representatives of MS Societies active in the field of MS rehabilitation meet for plenary sessions, teaching courses, free communications, poster sessions, networking events and workshops on topics related to rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis. 
Register before March 6 and benefit from the early bird registration fee! Registrations should be done online via the registration tool available on the website. RIMS members can register at a reduced rate. 
The conference main theme ‘Translating Knowledge into Practice: Embracing the Complexity of MS Rehabilitation’ covers 5 exciting areas:  • MS Rehabilitation within and across the ICF Domains  • Application of Current Technologies in MS Rehabilitation   • Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation in MS   • Promising Technologies that can Help Advance MS Rehabilitation   • Translation of New Rehab Knowledge into Practice Visit the Conference website to find out more on the programme and confirmed speakers!
All participants are invited to submit abstracts or scientific communications for oral and poster presentations.
Abstracts should be uploaded before February 14th, 23:59 CET via the abstract submission tool available on the conference website. There is no additional cost linked to abstract submission or poster presentation.

We look forward to welcoming physicians and neurologists, nurses and therapists (e.g. exercise physiologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists, neuropsychologists, social workers, speech and language therapists) and all professionals involved or interested in MS rehabilitation research and practice in Genoa!