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Advancing research, education and clinical practice in neurorehabilitation throughout the world.

WFNR STATEMENT

The World Federation for Neurorehabilitation is concerned about growing political tensions in many regions of the world.

WFNR is a politically neutral, international organization which aims to reduce disability and suffering by means of applied science and innovative rehabilitation.

We have been successful for more than two decades in uniting people around the world with different religions, beliefs, philosophies, and ideologies in a joint effort to achieve these goals.

Any armed disputes unnecessarily increase the suffering of innocent people. Hostile activities are an offence to human intelligence and dignity. Our understanding of the human brain shows us that we must use intelligent means of communicating to solve conflict.

WFNR therefore appeals to all leaders in these conflicts to avoid war, seek negotiation and try to use the wonderful human mind to find peaceful and enduring solutions.

      

David Good        Volker Hömberg
President           President-Elect

Neurological disorders become a major global health priority

Supporting the Intersectoral Global Action Plan on Epilepsy and other Neurological Disorders

WFNR, together with all members of the OneNeurology Partnership, celebrate a major milestone for all those affected by neurological disorders today, with the adoption of the Intersectoral Global Action Plan on Epilepsy and Other Neurological Disorders [...] 

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25th Anniversary Video

The World Federation for Neurorehabilitation (WFNR) is a multidisciplinary organisation with a mission to raise awareness of neurorehabilitation, provide training and education, encourage research and collaboration and provide a forum for all professionals interested in neurorehabilitation across the world.

About us

The 12th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation

Wednesday 14 - Saturday 17 December 2022

Vienna, Austria

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News and Updates

Education and Research

One of our key objectives is to advance the development and improve the quality of neurological rehabilitation across the world. By providing education and training to all people involved awareness of neurorehabilitation, its practice and service provision.

Educational Programmes Research and Publications

Special Interest Groups

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are formal groups approved by the WFNR Presidium whose members have unique interest around a particular diagnostic group or focused practice area. SIGs are self-directed and have an agenda of work or involvement that sustains the group throughout the year. Their goals and objectives are compatible with the overall direction of the WFNR.

Special Interest Groups

Become a member of the WFNR

Join the WFNR and be a part of the future of neurorehabilitation throughout the world.

  • Network with peers and experts in various fields
  • Gain discounts on events and publications
  • Join and collaborate with Special Interest Groups
  • Access specialist resources and information

Become a member