IFESS Webinars


Could Electrical Stimulation Improve the Recovery of People with Covid-19 Following a Prolonged ICU Stay?
26 January 2021 18:30 GMT
Presenters: Gad Alon and James Badger
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Mechanisms of Brain-Controlled Functional Electrical Stimulation of Muscles in Neurorehabilitation
23 February 2021 12:30 GMT
Presenter: Matija Milosevic
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Upper Limb FES: Lessons Learned from Clinical Practice
2 March 2021 18:30 GMT
Presenter: Ines Bersch-Porada


Management of IBS-C and Neurogenic Bowel using FES
20 April 2021 18:30 GMT
Presenters: Sam Vyas, Paul Taylor and Christine Singleton


Self managed Brain Computer Interfacing and FES in Clinical Practice
11 May 2021 18:00 GMT
Presenter: Aleksandra Vuckovic


Non-invasive Neuromodulation of the Brain, Treatment Options to Manage Locomotion Deficits, Migraine, and Clinical Depression
5 July 2021 17:30 GMT
Presenter: Gad Alon 


Twenty-five Years of Using an Implanted Functional Electrical Stimulation Device for the Upper Limb: An FES User’s Perspective of the Past, Present and Future of Upper Limb FES
3 August 2021 17:30 GMT
Presenter: Roger Fenn


The Development of FES Clinical Guidelines for Walking in Association with ACPIN
25 January 2022 18:30 GMT
Presenter: Cathy Bully


Spinal Stimulation vs ​FES and Neuroplasticity
(Date and time will be announced here soon)
Presenters: Lynsey Duffell and Sean Doherty


If you are involved in exciting research in the world of functional electrical stimulation, spinal stimulation or brain stimulation, please consider sending us an abstract for consideration for a future webinar. 


Past Webinars

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FES and Respiratory Function in the ICU with Covid-19 Patients
1 December 2020 19:00 GMT
Presenter: Euan McCaughey
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Electrical Stimulation in Neurological Disease: Clinical Objectives and Use in Practice
3 November 2020 18:30 GMT
Presenter: Ines Bersch-Porada
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