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    Psychosocial Issues /Quality of Life: Amputation

    Free Paper Session 3.3.6.a-g

    10/7/19 | 2:45 PM – 4:00 PM time

    Session format
    Free Paper Session
    Location
    Room 504/505, Conference Center
    Category
    Outcome Measurements / Psychosocial Issues / Quality of Life
    Target audience
    Congress registrants only
    Session Chairs

    Fiona Davie-Smith

    Takashi Nakamura

    Languages
    English
    Agenda

    3.3.6.a
    Young adults with transversal upper limb reduction deficiency: the role of the rehabilitation center in supporting transition to adulthood.
    Kim Huurneman

    3.3.6.b
    AMPUTATION AND BODY IMAGE: PERSPECTIVES AND CHALLENGES FOR REHABILITATION PSYCHOLOGY
    Juliana Naves

    3.3.6.c
    Health-related quality of life and functional level twelve months following dysvascular major lower limb amputation: a prospective longitudinal study
    Ulla Riis Madsen Postdoc PhD

    3.3.6.d
    "Comparison of quality of life in people with partial foot and transtibial amputation"
    Dr. Michael Dillon

    3.3.6.e
    The views and experiences of how peoples' Quality of Life has been influenced after Lower Extremity Amputation (LEA)
    Dr. Fiona Davie-Smith

    3.3.6.f
    Rehabilitation Engagement and Cognitive Functioning in People with Lower Limb Amputation.
    Prof. Pamela Gallagher

    3.3.6.g
    Factors predicting resilience among persons with limb loss
    Benjamin Darter

    Simultaneous Interpretation

    Japanese

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