Johannes Höfener

ReHub GmbH

Johannes Höfener, founder and CTO of ReHub GmbH, started working on VR for health during his studies of computer science. In his Bachelor thesis, he focused on the accessibility of Virtual Reality for elderly and handicapped people. Together with his three co-founders, he used the outcomes to build Rehago – the Virtual Reality Training for stroke patients. Today, he continues his research on the usage of Virtual Reality in stroke rehabilitation at the University of Reutlingen.

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How gamification can enhance rehabilitation – Experiences in Virtual Reality

Going through rehabilitation after stroke is a very tough time. In this seminar, you’ll learn, how gamified training can support patients and motivate them to perform their exercises regularly and at their best performance. Three-dimensional virtual environments need less abstractions than the two-dimensional interfaces of computers and tablets and make patients feel more natural in every interaction.

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    Shauna Kearney
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    The neuropsychology of Inherited metabolic disorders

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    Karen Saunders
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    Clinical trials using Robotics for mobility rehabilitation

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    Rosanne Tyas
    Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

    Music Therapy has much to offer: An overview of the effects of music therapy across different domains in neuro-disability.

  • Dr. Jenny Brooks: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Dr. Jenny Brooks
    The ABI Team

    Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation In The Community

  • Dr Najma Khan-Bourne: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Dr Najma Khan-Bourne
    King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

    Neuropsychological evaluation and formulation in acute stroke rehabilitation