The BRAIN4TRAIN project – pilot online course

Dear Colleagues,

We get in touch with you within the framework of the Erasmus+ European project BRAIN4TRAIN (Development of innovative Training contents based on the applicability of Virtual Reality in the field of stroke rehabilitation) in which ESPRM is a partner.

The Project is in the final phase of implementation, which will consist of the completion of the first course online about the application of biomechanical assessment and other technological instruments, including virtual reality-based rehabilitation. Recognizing the importance of these topics and the lack of training material for rehabilitation professionals, we are offering this pilot course to a limited number of participants, who will have the opportunity to do it for free.

The official course language is English, and the access will be free. If you are looking at improving your skills about the application of such technologies in post-stroke rehabilitation and are interested in participating in the course, please send us your personal dates: name, surname, email and profession.

To formalize the enrolment process you should go to, and if you do not have an account created, you must create it. Once the account is created you can access with your username and password and proceed to the self-registration.

Please, share this information with any of your colleagues or trainees who could be interested in this issue

If you have any doubt, please contact via email at, indicating in the mail subject: BRAIN4TRAIN. This email belongs to the Institute of Biomechanics of Valencia (IBV), the course platform manager

Registration is open until March 22nd, 2019 and the allocation of places will be made by order of registration to complete the total quota of students.

The course will begin on March 26th, with an estimated duration of 40 hours, which should be completed within a period of 8 weeks. You can find more detailed information in the attached Learning guide.

I trust that the course will be of great interest for PRM physicians and trainees

Kind regards,


Enrique Varela-Donoso

ESPRM delegate for Erasmus+Brain4train Project