Since 1989, the Fundació Institut Guttmann has organised an annual scientific and technical symposium aimed at the study and dissemination of specific issues related to neurological disability and specialised comprehensive rehabilitation, with lecturers and speakers who are professionals of recognised worldwide prestige from hospitals, institutions and associations of people with disabilities both in Spain and overseas, as well as from the Institut Guttmann itself.
The topics discussed, the wide attendance and participation of prestigious national and international professionals, as well as representatives from the most important associations of people with disabilities mean that these technical symposia set a benchmark in the field of neurorehabilitation in Spain, as well as being of interest to professionals and people from the collectives concerned.
Technical symposia of the Institut Guttmann
Covid-19 and Neurorehabilitation.
Neurotechnology and rehabilitation.
Neuropsychology and school: Modelling the brain.
Empowerment, personal autonomy and neuro-ethics.
Special edition for the 50th anniversary of the Institut Guttmann.
Therapeutic innovations in the treatment of neuropathic pain.
Neuroregeneration: Where are we? What can we expect?
ReModelling the brain. Neuropsychological rehabilitation and cognitive stimulation.
4th conference of ESPA (European Spinal Psychologists Association).
Making progress in the treatment of TBI: an approach to traumatic brain injury behaviour disorders.
Child Neuropsychological Rehabilitation.
Spinal Cord Injury: Regeneration and Rehabilitation.
Post-polio syndrome, how to deal with this problem.
“MS: New Challenges, New Possibilities” - RIMS Annual Meeting 2006.
A window to the future of neurorehabilitation: Spinal cord injury - Acquired brain injury.
Towards the Mainstreaming of Sports Adapted to People with Disabilities.
Neurorehabilitation and Language.
2nd Conference of the Spanish Society of Neurorehabilitation.
Care Approach for People in a Persistent Vegetative State.
Advances in the treatment of spinal cord injury and brain injury. Reality and challenges in the 21st century.
Specialised Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury.
The comprehensive rehabilitation of people with neurological disabilities that are traumatic in origin (SI, TBI).
Traffic accidents and their consequences. Preventing injuries to the central nervous system.
Neurorehabilitation in multiple sclerosis.
Ageing with a disability.
The functional rehabilitation of people with physical disabilities. Neurorehabilitation.
The cost of disability. Compensation. Pensions.
Nursing: human resources at the service of people.
The employment and professional integration of people with disabilities in the European Community.
Advances in sexuality and fertility in people with spinal cord injuries and other major physical disabilities.
The Paralympic Games: A platform for the social integration of people with disabilities?