ICVR will join RehabWeek 2022 in Rotterdam, Netherlands (July 25-29).

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The International Society for Virtual Rehabilitation has as its main purpose the encouragement of research in, education in, advocacy of, and improved collaboration between researchers, clinicians, industry and policy makers with regard to, virtual rehabilitation and tele-rehabilitation. The Society purpose will be fulfilled through scientific meetings, tutorials, publications, postings on the Web, awards, sponsored pilot research, and other exchange of information.


We are excited to announce the prize winners at ICVR 2021!

Early Career Award – Marika Demers

Best Poster – Judith E. Deutsch for the poster entitled “Usability and Usefulness of VSTEP Examination Suite:
Faculty Perspective.”

Best Poster – PhD Student – Jonathan Marchetto for the poster entitled “Investigating a Virtual Reality Head-Mounted Display as a Valid Posturography Tool.”

Best Poster – MSc Student – Félix Fiset for the poster entitled “The effects of the movements of a virtual pedestrian on
circumvention: Comparison between healthy older and younger adults.”


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VR and Associated Technologies Conference Round-Up

This section of the website maintains lists of upcoming and past conferences linked to virtual and tele-rehabilitation. It is being continually updated so please check back regularly for up and coming events. Conferences are listed by year with latest conference first. Please send any entries for theses page to pr@isvr.org.

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The aim of this newsletter is to help fulfill the mission of the Society by providing regular information on activities and topics of interest in Virtual Rehabilitation relevant to current and potential future members.

It consists of four regular sections: a technological and a clinical profile of experienced virtual rehabilitation researchers, a feature article and the latest news from the society. We welcome your suggestions for future topics. Please let us know your feedback on newsletter@isvr.org, and join our mailing list!

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Books on Virtual Rehabilitation

For a listing of the latest books on Virtual Rehabilitation, please click here.


Established since January 2009, the society provides a multidisciplinary forum for engineers, scientists and clinicians who are interested in employing new technologies for physical, psychological, cognitive, and social rehabilitation applications. The purpose of the society is to facilitate interaction between the communities interested in the field in order to: promote discussion, facilitate standardization, create opportunities for collaboration, represent the virtual rehabilitation community and provide recognition for excellence.

The Society website aims to provide a virtual meeting place and source of information for everyone interested in the virtual rehabilitation field and the technologies associated with this.

The Society is run by members for its members – the more members it has, the more it can grow and the more vibrant the community can become. So visit the membership page and see how to join us.