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Registration site is open!

Dear RIMS community,

We are glad to announce that the registrations for the 26th Annual RIMS Conference are now open!
The topic “Transforming Rehabilitation in MS through Collective Learning: Maximising Stakeholder Engagement”, is paving the way to a top-notch final scientific programme, and will focus on the following 3 areas: Neuro-biological Effect of Rehabilitation, Digital Health and Impact on COVID-19.
This digital edition will offer you a varied programme of interesting lectures, panel discussions, abstract presentations and poster sessions. On Saturday afternoon you can follow one of our Special Interest Groups meetings.

Join us virtually from November 26th - 27th and mark the upcoming deadline in your agenda:

  • November 16th: end of regular registration fee

RIMS members can benefit from a reduced registration fee. RIMS center members can register 6 delegates at a reduced fee. Have a look at the advantages here and become a RIMS member now! More information on the 26th Annual Conference can be found on our website: www.rims-annualconference.org/Digital2021

As an independent scientific association, we do count on the support of our members and trust that you will once again become part of our community. In 2022, RIMS will launch new activities and your contribution is more than ever invaluable in ensuring that we can bring consistent and relevant content, broaden our expertise and share knowledge together.

Let’s strengthen forces again and invest together in high quality associations providing evidence based content!

Have a look at the procedure on how to renew your membership for 2022 to make sure you can take advantage of the RIMS Membership benefits!

How to renew my membership

The RIMS special issue in the International Journal of MS Care is now available online. Have a look here!

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Executive Board 2020-2023

A new year, a new RIMS board (partially). Meet our newest members:

Dear colleague,

The Organising Committee is grateful to see that rehabilitation physicians and neurologists, nurses and therapists are enthusiastically registering for the RIMS Digital Conference, confirming the importance of RIMS’ educational events. To make sure we can offer all interested participants the possibility to join, and with the health and safety of all participants and faculty in mind, the RIMS Organising Committee and RIMS Board has now decided to hold the RIMS Conference in a digital format, streamed in high definition directly to the participants on Friday, December 4 and Saturday, December 5, 2020.