The RehabWeek invites workshop submissions of 90min, or, in exceptional cases, 180min for Monday, July 25th 2022. There are two different kinds of workshops:

Clinical & Scientific Workshops: These workshops provide scientifically sound knowledge from independent organizers, without any promotion of specific devices. If the focus is on a specific device, the expectation is that it is discussed objectively, with all the advantages AND disadvantages. Workshop organizers, chosen by the peer review committee out of all submissions will be invited to conduct their workshop, and are provided with a room including standard AV material. However, RehabWeek is not responsible for any speaker fees, travel reimbursements or other costs occurring. Attendees of these workshops need to purchase a registration to be able to attend them. Special wishes with regards to room equipment or other services (e.g. catering) can be discussed on an individual basis and costs are to be covered by the organizers.

Industry Workshops: These workshops can be purchased by companies or organizations and can consist of, or include promotion of a specific company, service or device. Attendees can attend these workshops at no cost to them (they will still need to register however). A room and standard AV material will be included in the industry workshops, however, organizers may also choose to conduct part of the workshop (hands-on sessions) in the industry exhibition if they please. RehabWeek is not responsible for any speaker fees, travel reimbursement or other costs occurring. Special wishes with regards to room equipment or other services (e.g. catering) can be discussed on an individual basis and costs are to be covered by the organizers.

Peer reviewers will judge workshop submissions on the following criteria:

  • Speakers are knowledgeable.
  • Workshop seems well thought out.
  • Workshop will likely attract 30+ people.
  • Workshop will likely attract attendees from all different societies and from different professional backgrounds
  • Workshop is planned as interactive course, not just another lecture (planned discussions, brainstorming sessions or hands on time for example).
  • Attendees will be able to apply contents to their daily work.


Submissions will be accepted until October 22nd 2021 at the following link: https://forms.gle/ZtvF5s4QjVE16tDV8

In case of any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Mojca Rodic (mrodic@kenes.com), the scientific program manager of RehabWeek.

Thank you for understanding that only complete submissions can be accepted. The whole conference program is currently planned as in-person event, including the workshops. Changes to these plans will be made in accordance with government regulations.

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