CONFERENCE SERVICE November 22, 2017, 7:03 pm
Warsaw, Poland, September 29-30, 2011
The 9th International Biophilia Rehabilitation Conference (IBRC 2011)
and The Biophilia Workshop, Bucharest, Romania, September 25, 2011
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Meeting Program



Thursday September 29, 2011
SESSION I
Chairs: Shigeo Takizawa (Tokyo) and Mieczyslaw Pokorski (Warsaw)
09:30-10:00
S. Takizawa, S. Kawai, Y. Matsuo, Y. Deguti, H. Yamamoto (Japan)
REPORT OF fNIRS TEST AND RANDOMIZED CONTROL TRIAL
10:00-10:15
T. Tanaka, J. Orikawa, S. Takizawa, and Y. Takefuji (Japan)
BRAIN ACTIVITY MEASUREMENT FOR TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS OF REHABILITATION EFFICACY.
10:15-10:30
R. Wada, T. Tachibana, T. Yoshiyasu, and S. Takizawa (Japan)
STUDY OF BRAIN ACTIVITY BY THE fNIRS DURING MOTIVATIVE EXERCISE AND PASSIVE EXERCISE OF LOWER EXTREMITIES.
10:30-10:45
K. Karłowicz-Bodalska, S. Han, and E. Kuchar (Poland)
SAFETY OF TOPICAL GEL CONTAINING ARNICA (MOUNTAIN TOBACCO), MARIGOLD (CALENDULA) AND HIPPOCASTANI (HORSE CHESTNUT) EXTRACTS: ANALYSIS OF DATA FROM SPONTANEOUS REPORTING SYSTEM IN POLAND AND LITERATURE REVIEW.
10:45-11:00
S. Han, K. Karłowicz-Bodalska, and E. Kuchar (Poland)
SAFETY OF TOPICAL IBUPROFEN GEL: ANALYSIS OF DATA FROM SPONTANEOUS REPORTING SYSTEM IN POLAND AND LITERATURE REVIEW.
11:00-11:15
S. Han, K. Karłowicz-Bodalska, and E. Kuchar (Poland)
SAFETY OF TOPICAL HEPARIN GEL: ANALYSIS OF DATA FROM SPONTANEOUS REPORTING SYSTEM IN POLAND AND LITERATURE REVIEW.
11:15-11:30
K. Karlowicz-Bodalska, S. Han, and E. Kuchar (Poland)
SAFETY OF TOPICAL NAPROXEN 1.2% AND 10% GEL: ANALYSIS OF DATA FROM SPONTANEOUS REPORTING SYSTEM IN POLAND AND LITERATURE REVIEW.
11:30-11:45
E. Kuchar, A. Nitsch-Osuch, S. Namani, and K. Kozak (Poland)
SHOULD THE POPULARIZATION OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY BE INDIVIDUALIZED AND DIFFERENT IN MEN AND WOMEN? CONCLUSIONS FROM A SURVEY EXAMINING ATTITUDES AND PERCEPTION OF HEALTHY LIFE STYLE IN PATIENTS FROM PRIMARY CARE PRACTICE IN POLAND.
11:45-12:00
E. Kuchar, A. Nitsch-Osuch, S. Namani, and J. Kępczyńska-Kalita (Poland)
CEREBRAL PALSY WITH SPASTIC DIPLEGIC SUBTYPE IS THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF REHABILITATION OF CHILDREN IN POLAND: ANALYSIS OF PATIENTS HOSPITALIZED IN A LARGE SPECIALIZED CENTER FROM 2005 TO 2009.
12:00-12:15
A. Gąsiorowska, A. Strasz, W. Niewiadomski, D. Laskowska, G. Cybulski, R. Leonarcik, and M. Skupińska (Poland)
ASSESSMENT OF CARDIOVASCULAR LOAD DURING STATIC EXERCISES PERFORMED ON A VIBRATION PLATFORM.
12:15-12:30
I. Zasada, A. Rekawek, D. Zajac, M. Pozdzik, and M. Pokorski (Poland)
A NATURAL NUTRIENT ANTIOXIDANT IN ANTIAGING REHABILITATION.
12:30-12:45
D. Zajac and E. Zajac (Poland)
DYSLEXIA AND OTHER LANGUAGE-RELATED LEARNING DISABILITIES IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN POLAND.
12:45-13:00
Kalika Prasad Bhandari (Nepal)
PHYSICAL REHABILITATION: THE CASE OF UNIVERSAL ACCESSIBILITY.
13:00-14:00   LUNCH BREAK
SESSION II
Chairs: Takuji Shirasawa (Tokyo) and Katarzyna Zycinska (Warsaw)
14:00-14:30
F. De Meester and A. Wilczyńska (Poland)
INNOVATIVE PSYCHOSOMATIC MARKERS IN PRE-REHABILITATION OF NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES.
14:30-14:45
T. Shirasawa and D. Shiga (Japan)
TELOMERE IS A BIOMARKER FOR LONGEVITY IN JAPAN – PART 1
14:45-15:00
D. Shiga and T. Shirasawa
TELOMERE IS A BIOMARKER FOR LONGEVITY IN JAPAN – PART 2
15:00-15:15
L. Borecki, K. Tolstych, and M. Pokorski (Poland)
NON-EDUCATIONAL VIDEOGAMES IN EMOTIONAL, COGNITIVE AND ANTI-STRESS TRAINING.
15:15-15:30
Y. Morita, S. Takizawa, and Y. Mutou (Japan)
FMRI DURING ‘MOTIVATIVE EXERCISE’ COMPARED WITH PASSIVE ROM IN STROKE PATIENTS.
15:30-16:00
L. Czerwosz, M. Mraz, and M. Mraz (Poland)
POSTUROGRAPHY AS A REHABILITATION, DIAGNOSTIC, OR IMBALANCE ASSESSMENT TOOL.
16:00-16:15
H. Takada (Japan)
QUANTITATIVE EVALUATION OF WALKING ABILITY USING THE FORWARD, SIDE, AND BACKWARD WALK ON A FORCE PLATE.
16:15-16:30
A. Nitsch-Osuch, E. Kuchar, A. Drosio, K. Życińska, and K. Wardyn (Poland)
CRANIO-CEREBRAL INJURIES AS THE CAUSE OF HOSPITALIZATIONS IN A PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT IN A WARSAW HOSPITAL DURING 2005-2009.
16:30-16:45
A. Nitsch-Osuch, E. Kuchar, D. Pabianek, K. Życińska, and K. Wardyn (Poland)
HOSPITALIZATIONS DUE TO MENINGITIS IN A PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT IN WARSAW DURING 2002-2010.
16:45-17:00
A. Stochmal, K. Olszewska, K. Kawecka-Jaszcz (Poland)
PSYCHOLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS, REHABILITATION, AND PHYSIOTHERAPY OF A PATIENT WITH IMPLANTED CARDIOVERTER–DEFIBRILLATOR: A CASE REPORT.
17:00-17:30
G.Onose, C.Grozea, A.Anghelescu, C.Daia, C.J.Sinescu, A.V.Ciurea, T.Spircu, A.Mirea, I.Andone, A.Spânu, C.Popescu, A.Mihăescu1, M.Danóczy, F.Popescu, (Romania)
EEG-BASED BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE IN CHRONIC TETRAPLEGICS TO ACTUATE A ROBOTIC ARM DEVICE AS ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY – CLINICAL SURVEY AND LONG TERM POST TRIAL FOLLOW-UP
17:30-18:00
A.Anghelescu, G.Onose, C.Chiparus, M.Lapadat, F.Marinescu, A.S.Mihaescu, V.Rotarescu, L.Onose (Romania)
ICF-DH CONCEPTUAL APPROACH OF THE COMPLEX MEDICAL AND PSYCHO-SOCIAL PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED AT HOME AND IN THE COMMUNITY; PROFESSIONAL REINTEGRATION AND THE QOL OF PERSONS WITH SCI SEQUELS
19:00-23:00   Conference Dinner in the Warsaw OLD TOWN
Friday September 30, 2011
10:00-12:00   Business meeting and planning for the next Biophilia Conference
12:00-13:00   Farewell Lunch
13:00-onward   Sightseeing – The leitmotif: ‘Chopin in and around Warsaw’
The Conference is hosted by:
Prof. M. Pokorski from the Polish Academy of Sciences Medical Research Center in Warsaw