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Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation

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  • Real-life insights and practical knowledge shared through video-based case studies presented by practicing doctors
  • Valuable insights from Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) in the field of medicine
  • Engaging and interactive elements incorporated into the course for the enhanced learning experience
  • Up-to-date treatment strategies aligned with the latest World Health Organization (WHO) Guidelines for 2020-21
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Online courses Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation
Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation
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Key Features
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    Real-life insights and practical knowledge shared through video-based case studies presented by practicing doctors
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    Valuable insights from Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) in the field of medicine
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    Engaging and interactive elements incorporated into the course for the enhanced learning experience
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    Up-to-date treatment strategies aligned with the latest World Health Organization (WHO) Guidelines for 2020-21
  •  Course Duration
    6 months
  •  Next Batch Date
    13th Nov 2023

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Course Description

The Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation is a specialized training program or advanced educational opportunity that focuses on the management and rehabilitation of individuals with neurological disorders or injuries.

Neurological disorders have a significant impact on global health, contributing to disability and mortality rates. These disorders are a major public health concern and require effective management to mitigate their debilitating effects. Rehabilitation programs play a crucial role in improving the quality of life for patients with neurological disorders by addressing their physical, psychological, and functional needs.

The Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation course offered by Medvarsity is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the essential skills and knowledge to manage neurological disorders effectively. This comprehensive program covers various aspects of neurological rehabilitation, including physical, psychological, and functional management.

Participants of this course will benefit from the inclusion of recent guidelines, clinical case studies, and interactive live virtual courses (LVC), which enhance the learning experience. The course aims to achieve the following objectives:

Gain an understanding of the impact of neurological conditions on patients and the resulting disabilities they may face.

Develop proficiency in managing and treating a wide range of neurological disorders and associated disabilities.

Learn to utilize outcome measures to assess and track patient progress.

By completing the Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation course, participants will be well-prepared to become integral members of neurological rehabilitation teams in hospitals and communities. They will have the necessary skills to lead and contribute effectively to such teams.

The Medvarsity learning design framework, based on Kirkpatrick’s model of e-learning, ensures a systematic approach to content consumption and application. This allows participants to fully engage with the course material and apply their knowledge in real-world scenarios.

Investing in your professional development through the Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation offered by Medvarsity will not only enhance your career prospects but also empower you to make a significant impact on the lives of individuals with neurological disorders.

At Medvarsity, we are dedicated to helping healthcare providers fast-track their careers and make a positive impact in their communities through education. Join us in our mission to revolutionize healthcare through comprehensive and accessible learning opportunities.

Course Validity: 7 months. There will be an extra charge for the extension of the course validity.

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Course Outline
Introduction to rehabilitation
    • History, physical examination
    • WHO disability models
    • Rehabilitation team and goals
Neurogenic communication and swallowing disorders
    • Neurogenic communication
    • Augmentative and alternative communication
    • Impaired swallowing functions and interventions
Psychological assessment and intervention
    • Neuropsychological assessments and interventions in rehabilitation
Sexual dysfunction
    • Sexuality and disability
Orthoses in neurorehabilitation
    • Lower limb orthoses
    • Upper limb orthoses
    • Cervical orthoses
    • Lumbosacral orthoses
Overview on wheelchairs
    • Parts of wheelchairs
    • Types of wheelchairs
    • Wheelchair prescription
    • Wheelchair mobility
Neurogenic Bladder
    • Physiology, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, urodynamic study, and catheterization
Neurogenic Bowel
    • Physiology, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, and management
Spasticity
    • Assessment, adjuvant therapy and management
Chronic wounds
    • Pressure ulcers
Stroke rehabilitation
    • Assessment after stroke, rehabilitation, treatment, and orthotic management of stroke
Traumatic brain injury
    • Mild, moderate, severe traumatic brain injury and complications
Spinal cord injury
    • Cervical, thoracic, and lumbo sacral level injuries
    • Rehabilitation in spinal cord injury
Movement disorders of the central nervous system
    • Essential tremor
    • Parkinson’s Disease
    • Dystonia
    • Tourette syndrome
    • Ataxia
    • Huntington’s Disease
    • Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy
Motor neuron disease
    • Physiotherapy
    • Occupational therapy
    • Ambulatory management in motor neuron disease
Multiple sclerosis
    • Multiple Sclerosis
    • Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis
    • Multiple Sclerosis Associated Pain
Rehabilitation in HIV/AIDS
    • Rehabilitation in HIV/AIDS
Course Outline
Introduction to rehabilitation
  • History, physical examination
  • WHO disability models
  • Rehabilitation team and goals
Neurogenic communication and swallowing disorders
  • Neurogenic communication
  • Augmentative and alternative communication
  • Impaired swallowing functions and interventions
Psychological assessment and intervention
  • Neuropsychological assessments and interventions in rehabilitation
Sexual dysfunction
  • Sexuality and disability
Orthoses in neurorehabilitation
  • Lower limb orthoses
  • Upper limb orthoses
  • Cervical orthoses
  • Lumbosacral orthoses
Overview on wheelchairs
  • Parts of wheelchairs
  • Types of wheelchairs
  • Wheelchair prescription
  • Wheelchair mobility
Neurogenic Bladder
  • Physiology, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, urodynamic study, and catheterization
Neurogenic Bowel
  • Physiology, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, and management
Spasticity
  • Assessment, adjuvant therapy and management
Chronic wounds
  • Pressure ulcers
Stroke rehabilitation
  • Assessment after stroke, rehabilitation, treatment, and orthotic management of stroke
Traumatic brain injury
  • Mild, moderate, severe traumatic brain injury and complications
Spinal cord injury
  • Cervical, thoracic, and lumbo sacral level injuries
  • Rehabilitation in spinal cord injury
Movement disorders of the central nervous system
  • Essential tremor
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Dystonia
  • Tourette syndrome
  • Ataxia
  • Huntington’s Disease
  • Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy
Motor neuron disease
  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Ambulatory management in motor neuron disease
Multiple sclerosis
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis
  • Multiple Sclerosis Associated Pain
Rehabilitation in HIV/AIDS
  • Rehabilitation in HIV/AIDS
Accreditation Partner(s)
  • British Accreditation Council
  • Accredited CPD Activity
  • Apollo Hospitals Education and Research Foundation

Director

Dr. Antonello Morgantini
Dr. Antonello Morgantini
4.9

Chief Medical Director – KOS Care Ltd. Italy

Dr. Antonello Morgantini is the Chief Medical Director and Head of Quality for the Rehab Division at KOS Care in Italy and the Director at ApoKOS Rehab for Apollo Group of Hospitals, India. He is also the Director of Complex Rehabilitation Facility at the Santo Stefano Rehabilitation Institute since 1995, with an extensive experience of
26 years.

FAQs
1. What is the Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation?

 The Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation is an advanced training program focused on the management and rehabilitation of individuals with neurological disorders or injuries. It equips healthcare professionals with essential skills and knowledge to effectively address the physical, psychological, and functional needs of patients with neurological conditions.

2. How does the course enhance the learning experience?

The course enhances the learning experience by incorporating video-based case studies, insights from Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs), and engaging interactive elements. Participants gain a comprehensive and practical understanding of neurological rehabilitation, enabling them to apply their knowledge effectively in real-life scenarios. Moreover, the course aligns with the latest World Health Organization (WHO) Guidelines, ensuring up-to-date treatment strategies are covered, and participants learn to track patient progress using outcome measures.

3. Who is eligible to take this course?

Physicians (MBBS, AYUSH) as well as final-year medical graduates and interns (MBBS and AYUSH) are eligible for the course.

4. How can I get online access to the course materials? What should I do if I have trouble opening/accessing the course?

There are two ways to obtain the course material online:

Log in by clicking “kite.medvarsity” and entering the provided login ID and password.

Alternatively, select “LOG IN USING YOUR ACCOUNT ON GOOGLE” and enter your Email ID: Password & Gmail ID (Only if Gmail ID is given in the Application).

If you do not know your login ID or password, please contact us at [email protected] using your registered email address.

If you have any problems opening or accessing the course, please visit the help website at support.medvarsity and follow the instructions.

5. What topics are covered in the course outline for the Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation?

The course covers a wide range of topics, including rehabilitation introduction, history, physical examination, WHO disability models, rehabilitation team and goals, neurogenic communication and swallowing disorders, sexual dysfunction, orthoses in neurorehabilitation (lower limb, upper limb, cervical, lumbosacral), wheelchair overview and types, neurogenic bladder and bowel, spasticity assessment and management, chronic wounds, pressure ulcers, stroke rehabilitation, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injuries, movement disorders, motor neuron disease, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, ambulatory management, multiple sclerosis, and rehabilitation in HIV/AIDS.

6. What is the course assessment procedure, and what happens if I am unable to clear the quizzes or final exam?

Assessments are given at various points during the course, and each chapter closes with a multiple-choice quiz. Each question will give you three chances to pass. If you are unable to pass the final evaluation after three attempts, you may be charged re-activation fees.

If you have any issues or complaints about the quiz questions or answers, please email us at “[email protected].”

7. When can I expect to receive my certificate?

After passing the final module and completing the contact program, your E-Certificate will be generated in the Learning Management System (LMS). The LMS allows you to download and obtain your certificate.

8. What accreditations are associated with this course, and do all Medvarsity courses hold accreditation from BAC?

Medvarsity is accredited by various organizations, providing the highest level of quality and integrity in medical education. Notably, all Medvarsity courses are BAC (British Accreditation Council) approved, demonstrating international recognition and a dedication to excellence in healthcare education.

AHERF (Apollo Hospitals Educational and Research Foundation) and CPD (Continuing Professional Development) have also accredited the “Fellowship in Cardiac Rehabilitation” program. These accreditations provide additional support for the program’s high standards and conformity with industry best practices.

9. How will the Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation digital course contribute to my career growth in the healthcare field?

The Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation digital course is designed to provide specialized skills and knowledge for effectively managing individuals with neurological disorders. By completing this comprehensive program, you’ll gain expertise in various aspects of neurological rehabilitation, including assessment, treatment, and management strategies. This knowledge will position you as a valuable asset in rehabilitation centres, hospitals, clinics, and research institutions, where you can contribute to improved patient outcomes.

10. What advantages does the Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation offer to participants?

The Fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation stands out through its incorporation of practical insights from video case studies led by doctors, guidance from Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) in medicine, engaging interactive elements, and alignment with the latest WHO Guidelines.

This unique blend enriches learning, equipping healthcare professionals with skills to proficiently manage neurological disorders and contribute effectively to rehabilitation teams, thereby enhancing career prospects and positive impact.

11. What should I do if I have any queries about the program delivery or if I want to provide suggestions to enhance the course quality

If you have any concerns or suggestions related to the course, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected]. We value and support your feedback.

Faculty
Faculty
Dr.Anirudh Chirania
4.8

MBBS, FIMB, DNB – Consultant Physiatrist

Dr. Anirudh Chirania Is a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist for Stroke and Pain Management.He Practices at Apokos Rehabilitation Hospital for Apollo Group of Hospitals,Hyderabad.He has completed MBBS from IPGME&Kolkata in 2010, Diplomate N.B.(Phy. Med. &Rehab.),and holds a Fellowship in Pain Management from Aesculap Academy.

Reviewers

01
Dr. Bindya Sharma
4.7

BPT, MPT & Ph.D. Scholar

Assistant Professor, DY Patil University, School of Physiotherapy, Navi Mumbai
Postgraduate in Physiotherapy with specialization in Musculoskeletal and Sports holding 7+ years of experience
in academic / teaching and 3+ years of experience in clinical and research.

02
Dr. Ruha Zahur
4.6

MBBS, MPH, PG Dip. CT&PV

Research Assistant – (NYU in collaboration with UNICEF) New Jersey, USA
Dr. Ruha Zahur is a physician, graduated from Tribhuvan University, Nepal. She worked as a Medical officer in
Yashoda Hospitals for Cardiology and Neurology Departments. She holds a post-graduate diploma in clinical
trials and pharmacovigilance also Master of Public Health from NYU where she is a Research Assistant that
collaborated with UNICEF and Health Right International.

Next Batch Start Date 13th Nov 2023

Course Duration

6 months

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Director

Dr. Antonello Morgantini
Dr. Antonello Morgantini
4.9

Chief Medical Director – KOS Care Ltd. Italy

Dr. Antonello Morgantini is the Chief Medical Director and Head of Quality for the Rehab Division at KOS Care in Italy and the Director at ApoKOS Rehab for Apollo Group of Hospitals, India. He is also the Director of Complex Rehabilitation Facility at the Santo Stefano Rehabilitation Institute since 1995, with an extensive experience of
26 years.

Faculty

Faculty
Dr.Anirudh Chirania
4.8

MBBS, FIMB, DNB – Consultant Physiatrist

Dr. Anirudh Chirania Is a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist for Stroke and Pain Management.He Practices at Apokos Rehabilitation Hospital for Apollo Group of Hospitals,Hyderabad.He has completed MBBS from IPGME&Kolkata in 2010, Diplomate N.B.(Phy. Med. &Rehab.),and holds a Fellowship in Pain Management from Aesculap Academy.

Reviewers

01
Dr. Bindya Sharma
4.7

BPT, MPT & Ph.D. Scholar

Assistant Professor, DY Patil University, School of Physiotherapy, Navi Mumbai
Postgraduate in Physiotherapy with specialization in Musculoskeletal and Sports holding 7+ years of experience
in academic / teaching and 3+ years of experience in clinical and research.

02
Dr. Ruha Zahur
4.6

MBBS, MPH, PG Dip. CT&PV

Research Assistant – (NYU in collaboration with UNICEF) New Jersey, USA
Dr. Ruha Zahur is a physician, graduated from Tribhuvan University, Nepal. She worked as a Medical officer in
Yashoda Hospitals for Cardiology and Neurology Departments. She holds a post-graduate diploma in clinical
trials and pharmacovigilance also Master of Public Health from NYU where she is a Research Assistant that
collaborated with UNICEF and Health Right International.

Accreditation Partner(s)

  • British Accreditation Council
  • Accredited CPD Activity
  • Apollo Hospitals Education and Research Foundation

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Reviews
  • Dr. Rahul Madathil, BAMS

    Good for medical learners irrespective of speciality.

  • Dr. Aftab Hussain A.Z, BHMS

    Content is vast and good..
    Hard copy of the books reached very quick and was very useful and its worthy..
    The online software should be much more user friendly…
    Thanks

  • Naresh Kumar, BAMS

    Its good. Continue more courses in Neuro.

  • Dr.aradhana pathak, BAMS

    Very detailed course, right from pathophysiology to management of neuro issues all are covered in a brief and precise way.

  • Dr. Sudhir Markad, BHMS

    Some managements are not clearly taught in our UG but here they cover all major topics like Parkinson’s Disease
    Dystonia, and Tourette syndrome and the management.

  • Kiran patil, BAMS

    I work in an Ayurveda and Yoga rehab center and this course me understand what I practically learn everyday and sometimes I apply what I learned to treat patients here.

  • Dr Swaleha, BAMS

    This course gave me a good overview of how rehabilitation works in cases with neurological conditions, nerve damage, and other nerve-related injuries.

  • Ushma Vaidya, BHMS

    I recommend this course in neurological rehabilitation fellowship to anyone interested in learning to manage cases with the aim to improve or help patients get better in neurological conditions like Parkinson’s etc.