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    Psychosocial Issues / Quality of Life: Prosthetics

    Free Paper Session 3.2.6.a-f

    10/7/19 | 1:15 PM – 2:30 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

    Sarah Anderson

    Megumi Shimodozono

    Languages
    English
    Agenda

    3.2.6.a
    Japanese Design Influences on Nuance and Ownership in Hands of X
    Dr. Graham Pullin

    3.2.6.b
    Evaluation of quality of life in patients with lower limb amputation and in use of prosthesis, in a rehabilitation hospital.
    Denise Matos

    3.2.6.c
    Quantifying the improvement in Perceived Quality of Life after prescription of Micro-Processor Knees
    Fraser Dunlop

    3.2.6.d
    The lived experience of sequential partial foot and transtibial amputation
    Dr. Sarah Anderson

    3.2.6.e
    Prefrontal Cortical Activation during Challenging Walking Situations in Persons with Lower Limb Amputation - An fNIRS observational study. Preliminary Results.
    Jette Schack

    3.2.6.f
    Phantom Pain and Psychosocial Adaptation of Norwegian Lower Limb Prosthetic Users – a pilot study
    Inger Marie Starholm

    Simultaneous Interpretation

    Japanese

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