Convidados Internacionais Confirmados
AustráliaProfessor of Physiotherapy, La Trobe University and Alfred Health, Melbourne, Senior Physiotherapist, Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Alfred Health, Melbourne and Fellow, Institute for Breathing and Sleep, Melbourne
Aymeric Le Neindre
Aymeric Le Neindre is a French MSc-qualified physiotherapist, working as a head of physiotherapy department in the Forcilles Hospital (Paris, France) and collaborating with the clinical research center of the St. Joseph hospital Group (Paris, France). He recently published a narrative review related to lung ultrasonography in chest physiotherapy: Thoracic ultrasound: Potential new tool for physiotherapists in respiratory management. Aymeric is currently doing a PhD and his clinical research interests are focused on lung and diaphragm ultrasound in acute care. He’s especially interested on the impact of diagnostic ultrasound in the clinical decision-making associated with chest physiotherapy.
Brian K Walsh
Chris is a physiotherapist who obtained a PhD in pulmonary rehabilitation in 2012, at the Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium), under supervision of Prof. Thierry Troosters and Prof. Rik Gosselink. Currently he works as a post-doctoral researcher at Hasselt University (Belgium), under mentorship of Prof. Martijn Spruit. He has (co-) authored 40 international publications in the field of respiratory physiotherapy. Chris is a representative of respiratory physiotherapists within the Belgian Society of Pneumology and the European Respiratory Society.
Licenciado en Kinesiología. Universidad de Chile, Magíster en Ciencias Biomédicas mención Fisiología. Universidad de Chile, Especialista en Kinesiología Respiratoria, Especialista En Kinesiología Intensiva e AARC International Fellow.
BSc in Physiotherapy (‘Cum Laude’), Hogeschool Zuyd, Heerlen, The Netherlands, MSc in Health Sciences (‘Cum Laude’), Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands; Supervisor: Prof. dr. Rob de Bie, PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy ,Faculty of Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Sciences, KU Leuven, Belgium; Supervisor: Prof. dr. Rik Gosselink
Gabriela Lima de Melo Ghisi
Gabriela L.M. Ghisi, PhD, PT is a nationally-funded post-doctoral fellow at York University in Toronto, Canada. She has 5 years of clinical experience in the cardiac rehabilitation (CR) setting in Brazil and 12 years of research experience in CR in Brazil and Canada. Currently she is a research coordinator at the UHN Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation Program at Toronto Rehab Institute (Toronto, Canada).
PhD, BSc, BAppSc, Grad Dip Clin Epid. •Associate Professor of Physiotherapy | School of Physiotherapy | Graduate School of Health Sciences | University Technology Sydney
Robert M. Kacmarek
EUAPhD, RRT is a Professor of Anesthesiology, Harvard Medical School and the Director of Respiratory Care, Massachusetts General Hospital. He has published over 175 original research articles, over 200 Chapters, Reviews or Editorials and 19 Books on Respiratory Critical Care.
Rodrigo Sebastián Adasme Jeria
Physical Therapist. Certified Respiratory Therapist, PALS Instructor, AARC neo/Ped specialist, Specialits in Respiratory and Intensive Physiotherapy, Team coordinator Respiratroy Care. Hospital Clínico Christus – Universidad Católica de Chile e Master in Epidemiology.