The European School Marseille (ESM) on Motor Disabilities has been created in 2000 by Alain Delarque, André Bardot and Jean Michel Viton and then developed together with Laurent Bensoussan, within the Faculty of Medical and Paramedical Sciences in Aix Marseille University and the University Hospital Marseille. The school was created in the framework of the European Erasmus Socrates Programmes, with the support of the UEMS Board of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine.
The aim of the ESM is to spread knowledge on the neurophysiological supports of motor disabilities, on the new methods available to assess posture and movement, to provide information on the modern treatment protocols used for persons with motor disabilities and to present the Ethical issues in the field of Motor Disabilities. The programme includes visits to PRM wards and of research laboratories.
During the programme, Board registered PRM trainees benefit from free registration, free accommodation and free lunches.
Since 2000, the European School Marseille has welcome more than 900 PRM trainees coming from almost all European Countries. Some trainees coming from North and South America as well as from Africa have joined the course.
Lecturers have come from 15 European Countries and from the USA.
The 20th session of the European School Marseille "Motor Disabilities: Posture and Movement Analysis, Rehabilitation, Neurophysiology" will take place from July 1rst to July 12th, 2019 in Marseille.
European School Marseille on Motor Disabilities (ESM)
Alain Delarque, Jean-Michel Viton, Laurent Bensoussan, Marjorie Kerzoncuf, Jean-Marie Coudreuse, André Bardot.
Department of PRM, Medical School of Marseille, Faculty of Medical and Paramedical Sciences, Aix-Marseille University, University Hospital Marseille, La Timone, 264 rue Saint-Pierre, 13385 Marseille Cedex 05
Tel 0033 4 91 385601
Fax 0033 4 91 384612
Contact: Marjorie.kerzoncuf @ap-hm.fr