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Recovery Strategies- Epidural Stimulation & Locomotor Training

* 1. How relevant to your needs was this presentation?

* 2. Did you find the information presented during this lecture helpful in your everyday life?

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* 4. Do you feel the speaker was knowledgeable about the topic he/she presented?

* 5. Overall, did this presentation meet your expectations?

* 6. Please indicate if you feel the speaker met the following Learning Objectives of tonights lecture.

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Attendees will learn about the most current research findings and plans for future research from the NeuroRecovery Network in the use of standardized Locomotor Training involving individuals with chronic incomplete spinal cord injury.
Attendees will learn about recent research in the use of epidural stimulation, including the methods, results, and plan for continued research.

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