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By its very nature, the European Federation of NeuroRehabilitation Societies (EFNR)

as a leading international scientific organization, is dedicated to continuous research in the field of NeuroRehabilitation and continuous improvement in educational standards and developments.

Educational programs

The EFNR offers a wide range of learning and training opportunities in accordance with its mission to promote insight into diagnostic methods, modern clinical work and research-based learning, such as:

Educational activities

There has been a long-standing history of teaching activities (European Summer Schools, European TC on Neurorehab) which you can explore on the following links. Also, the most important lectures from these educational activities can be accessed on the SSNN website.

Postgraduate in NeuroRehab

The European core curriculum on postgraduate training in neurorehabilitation is a postgraduate training program established in 2017 by a task force of European neurorehabilitation specialists aimed to ascertain that physicians working in this field get broad expertise in the relevant neurological and rehabilitation aspects linking neuroscience as well as in rehabilitation science.

Joint activities with WFNR

EFNR is organising regularly teaching activities both in terms of person-to-person meetings and virtual events. This is partly done jointly with WFNR. Details can be found at the following link.

The curriculum of the training program allows for:

The program is about to be included in the post graduate WFNR educational curriculum:


our comprehensive teaching library offers the state-of-the-art across areas of neurorehabilitation for EFNR members


EFNR aims to create multicenter and multinational trials in various fields of neurorehab as well as the extraction of guidelines for clinical use


European Academy of Neurology and European Federation of Neurorehabilitation Societies guideline on pharmacological support in early motor rehabilitation after acute ischaemic stroke (European Journal of Neurology Vol. 28, Issue 9, 2021)