Virtual Symposium 2020

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VIDEO RECORDINGS OF VIRTUAL SYMPOSIUM – 2020

Rapid adoption of tele-rehabilitation: the experience of a large lung transplant centre, Dr. Lisa Wickerson, PT, PhD, Toronto Lung Transplant Program, Toronto Canada

Home and remote exercise testing in chronic lung disease: a rapid review, Dr. Anne Holland, PhD, FThorSoc, Monash University and Alfred Health, Melbourne, Australia

Abstract presentation, “Use of Virtual Rehabilitation through Heart Transplant Journey: Case Study of Pediatric Patient with a Ventricular Assist Device (VAD)”, Robin Deliva, SickKids Hospital, Toronto, Canada

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Active break session of home-based, dance exercise, led by Manoela de Paula Ferreira, Toronto, Canada

Patient Partner presentation, Donna Hart, Milton, Canada

Abstract presentation, “Using Clinical Digital Messaging to Engage with Pediatric Transplant Recipients”, Astrid De Souza, BC Children’s Hospital, Vancouver, Canada

SPEAKER

Invited Speakers

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Lisa Wickerson, PT, PhD

Toronto Lung Transplant Program, Toronto Canada

Presentation: Rapid adoption of tele-rehabilitation: the experience of a large lung transplant centre

Dr. Wickerson is a physiotherapist and clinician-investigator within the Toronto Lung Transplant Program at the University Health Network. Following the completion of her PhD in Rehabilitation Science, Lisa undertook a post-doctoral fellowship at Women’s College Hospital Institute for Health System Solutions and Virtual Care and the University Health Network’s Transplant Program. Her research focused on remote rehabilitation monitoring to support integrated care and optimize functional outcomes before and after lung transplantation.


Anne Holland, PhD, FThorSoc

Monash University and Alfred Health, Melbourne, Australia, Melbourne Australia

Presentation: Home and remote exercise testing in chronic lung disease: a rapid review

Dr. Holland is a Professor of Physiotherapy at Monash University and Alfred Health in Melbourne, Australia. Her research focuses on clinical trials of non-drug treatments for people with respiratory disease and implementation of research into practice. She has published over 270 papers in peer reviewed journals and her research is cited in 18 clinical guidelines. Anne is currently the Chair of the Pulmonary Rehabilitation Assembly for the American Thoracic Society.


Dr. Holland

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AGENDA

AGENDA

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3:00pm – Welcome and opening remarks by CAN-RESTORE Co-Chairs, Dr. Sunita Mathur & Dr. Tania Janaudis-Ferreira

3:10pm – ‘Rapid adoption of tele-rehabilitation: the experience of a large lung transplant centre‘, Dr. Lisa Wickerson, PT, PhD, Toronto Lung Transplant Program, Toronto Canada

3:30pm – Abstract presentation, “Use of Virtual Rehabilitation through Heart Transplant Journey: Case Study of Pediatric Patient with a Ventricular Assist Device (VAD)”, Robin Deliva, SickKids Hospital, Toronto, Canada

3:40pm – Patient Partner presentation, Donna Hart, Milton, Canada

3:50-4:00 – Break – includes an active break session of home-based, dance exercise, led by Manoela de Paula Ferreira, Toronto, Canada

4:00pm – ‘Home and remote exercise testing in chronic lung disease: a rapid review‘, Dr. Anne Holland, PhD, FThorSoc, Monash University and Alfred Health, Melbourne, Australia

4:20-4:30 – Abstract presentation, “Using Clinical Digital Messaging to Engage with Pediatric Transplant Recipients”, Astrid De Souza, BC Children’s Hospital, Vancouver, Canada

4:30-4:50pm – Break-out discussion and Q&A sessions

4:50-5:00pm – Closing Remarks

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