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INTERNATIONAL SPINAL CORD INJURY PHYSICAL THERAPY OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY BASIC DATA SET (Version 1.0)

Posted on 17th Oct 2019

    The INTERNATIONAL SPINAL CORD INJURY PHYSICAL THERAPY – OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY BASIC DATA SET (Version 1.0) is now availablefor public review. Please send comments b...

Extension of date of application for post of Treasurer to 22nd October 2019

Posted on 17th Oct 2019

This is to inform you that Dr Ali Jamous has resigned from the position of ISCoS Treasurer. The Executive and Board would like to thank Dr Jamous for his dedicated service and close oversi...

Are you a woman with a Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) over the age of 18?

Posted on 29th Aug 2019

The survey below was developed by Dr. Anne Berndl at the Accessible Care Pregnancy Clinic at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, in Toronto, Canada.  Dr. Berndl is a Maternal-Fetal Medi...

A Message from the President

Posted on 16th Jun 2019

June 16th, 2019Dear Colleagues,Let us rise up together to the challenge posed by spinal injuries.  In a previous issue we discussed that there is so much to be achieved to bridge the ga...

A Message from the President

Posted on 5th May 2019

  Dear Colleagues, In our last communication in March 2019, I discussed on the importance of having a Strategic Plan of ISCoS and the necessity for developing a roadmap for the future...

Join the Editorial Board of Spinal Cord

Posted on 19th Mar 2019

Researchers are invited to apply for one of three seats on the Editorial Board of Spinal Cord. Interested applicants need to submit a short CV (3 pages max) along with a covering letter...

Dr. Previnaire is appointed the ISCoS Prevention Committee Chair

Posted on 18th Mar 2019

Dr. JG Previnaire of Berck-sur-Mer France has been a member of ISCoS since 1994, and has taken an active role in the Society, notably through the Editorial Board of “Spinal Cord”...

Canada to Key West Walk - Dr Marcalee Sipski

Posted on 25th Feb 2019

2,350-mile walk from Canada to Key West spotlights how people with disabilities are affected by extreme weather: “Canada to Key West,” a 2,350-mile walk to raise awareness about...

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