VRRS and Telecockpit at San Raffaele Hospital, Milan: interview with Dr. Iannaccone

The Huffington Post, italian newspaper, speaks of our technologies: an interview with Dr. Sandro Iannaccone, head of Neurorehabilitation Department in  San Raffaele Hospital, an Health and Research Institute, where he talks of all the benefits of telerehabilitation, thanks to the use of VRRS Tablet Home and Telecockpit station.

Here’s the link to the whole interview.


RaiNews24: Khymeia, the italian exellence in telerehabilitation at San Raffaele Hospital

The TV troupe of RaiNews24 “Basta la Salute” performed a TV report at the Neurorehabilitation Department of the San Raffaele Hospital headed by Prof. Sandro Iannaccone, during which Drs Federica Alemanno and Elise Houdayer delivered a home telerehabilitation session with the innovative Khymeia Telecockpit technology system, a whole Italian excellence.


The San Raffaele team wins prize for Chronic Pain with VRRS

“EU Civic Prize on Chronic Pain – Collecting good practices”: European recognition for the project co-ordinated by neurobiologist and researcher Elise Houdayer realized by the Specialist Rehabilitation Unit – neurological, cognitive and neurological disorders guided by the neurologist Sandro Iannaccone

Article from periodical “Mondosalute – Lombardia” of July 2017


Assigned to Hospital San Raffaele Milano the European Civic Prize on Chronic Pain for innovation in the treatment of chronic pain, with VRRS System

Taking care of people with chronic pain to 360 °, eavluating them as a team and defining a rehabilitation plan that includes psychological support and the use of virtual reality with Khymeia VRRS system is a project developed by the staff of specialist Rehabilitation Unit – neurological disorders, cognitive and motor IRCCS San Raffaele Hospital, led by neurologist Sandro Iannaccone. The project has received the prestigious European civic prize on chronic pain, organized by Active citizenship network, the association that brings together organizations from all over Europe to encourage the active participation of citizens in social decisions.

The project was supported by the scientific society ARSOP (Rehabilitation Specialists Association of Private Hospitals).

 

For further information:

Link to the web page of San Raffaele Hospital

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Treaties of Rome - Khymeia HandBox chosen among the greatest European research projects

The Khymeia HandBox system has been chosen among the 60 exellence projects co-financed by the Structural Funds and Investment European Union at the center of the communication campaign developed by the Agency for National Cohesion and the European Commission Representation in Italy in collaboration with all the Managing Authorities of the National and Regional Operational Programs. The initiative is part of the celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome.


Treaties of Rome - Interview with Agency for cohesion and development - EU Funds

What are they and where does the money of the EU go?

RaiNews24 interviewed the director of the Agency for cohesion and development, Maria Ludovica Agro, the organization that has the delicate task of ensuring greater efficiency in the use of Community funds allocated to Italy, monitor the planning of the regions and of course avoid any wastage.
Here the link to the video

Sicily, success of the TeleNeuroRehabilitation network with the VRRS system

It’s been presented the Telestroke Network, that plans to establish the pilot Hub center at Centro Neurolesi Bonino Pulejo of Messina and four Spoke districts: Cannizzaro in Catania, Sant’Elia in Caltanissetta, Sant’Antonio Abate in Trapani and Villa Sofia in Palermo.

Here the links to the articles (italian):

 


Third edition of Lamberto Piron Prize for best research of the year

Today IRCCS San Camillo of Lido of Venice will host the third edition of the prize named after Dr. Lamberto Piron for the best scientific research.

It ‘s the best way to honor the memory of the brilliant researcher and great physician who was Lamberto, that is terribly missed by all who have had the fortune to know him.

 

Comgratulations to the winner of this year, Eng. Riccardo Spezzamonte with the research “Neural substrate of upper limb muscle synergies in humans”!


Valencia rewards the VRRS

January 2017 – The Spanish University of Valencia gives the first prize to the thesis of Dr. Carlos Luque Moreno performed with Khymeia VRRS system at the IRCCS San Camillo of Venice