It is a great pleasure for us to present the ISPRM 2023 World Congress in the colonial city of Cartagena. It is a magical place full of history located on the north Caribbean coast of Colombia. Our motto: “Opportunities in rehabilitation: Integrating knowledge” represents the intention to connect and share concepts between America, Asia, Africa, Europe, and Oceania. The ISPRM World Congress will also be our own National Congress (ACMF & R) as well as the meeting with several Ibero-American societies, for which we hope to welcome most of the MF&R societies from Latin America and the world in our country.
We count on the most enthusiastic local team of members of the Colombian Association working together with the International Committee, made up of members from different regions of the world to plan and successfully carry out this major event. This event will take place from June 4 to 8, 2023 and it will be held in the Cartagena de Indias Convention Center. We are working hard to offer you a top quality academic and scientific congress that will allow us to share not only the advances in our specialty, but also cultural experiences. We hope to have a broad participation of practitioners in the rehabilitation field who will strengthen the pathways to advance, disseminate and exchange attitudes, knowledge and experiences in rehabilitation care and integration of people with disabilities and continue to highlight the importance of Physical Rehabilitation Medicine in the world.
Join this expert panel during Telehealth Awareness Week representing the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the American Telemedicine Association (ATA). Experts will share interprofessional policy principles, priorities and advocacy initiatives, representing the interests of a diverse multidisciplinary team including over 670,000 rehabilitation services practitioners, assistants and students who provide science-driven, evidence-based practice, to enable people of all ages to live life to its fullest.
These national and international professional associations remain committed to working collaboratively to ensure health equity and access to critical rehabilitation services and virtual care, especially for underserved communities. Speakers will discuss telehealth regulations, including state/federal reforms, what actions Congress and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services must take to facilitate the continued advancement of telehealth innovation and transformation of rehabilitation services and to avoid a “telehealth cliff” for therapy services.
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