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Federal State Budgetary Institution
«Federal Scientific Center of Rehabilitation of the Disabled
named after G.A. Albrecht» of the Ministry of Labour
and Social Protection of the Russian Federation

Project B1805 «Establishment of Consultation Network in the Framework of Rehabilitation and Habilitation» (2018-2020)


 Collaboration with the University Hospital of North Norway ( continued in 2018. The Agreement on Cooperation was undersigned for 2018-2021. Cooperation was declared in health, prevention, diagnostics, treatment, rehabilitation and habilitation, training of specialists and research.

The project B1805 «Establishment of Consultation Network in the Frame of Rehabilitation and Habilitation» (2018-2020) is implemented on 7 territorial entities of the Russian Federation: St. Petersburg, Leningrad region, Arkhangelsk region, Murmansk region, the Republic of Karelia, the Komi Republic, and the Nenets Autonomous area.




The aim is to establish a single consultation network on rehabilitation and habilitation for specialists who work with children with cerebral (CP) and the musculoskeletal disorders.

The project implements 2 directions:

 - an electronic resource for consultations in difficult cases and the exchange of experience between the specialists of Albrecht Federal Scientific Centre of Rehabilitation of the Disabled and specialists working in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation to increase competence in matters of cerebral palsy and the musculoskeletal disorders;

 - informative materials for parents (legal representatives) of children with cerebral palsy and the musculoskeletal disorders.

On the basis of the Albrecht Federal Scientific Centre of Rehabilitation of the Disabled a competence center for working with children with cerebral palsy and the musculoskeletal disorders is establishing. Remote lectures, workshops and reviewing of difficult cases for Russian specialists are planned.

The Norwegian and Russian sides of the project are working to expand the range of services for people with disabilities using innovative online technologies.  This contributes to improving the quality of life, independence and facilitating the access of persons with disabilities to reliable information.  The project aims to introduce common terminology and approaches into the practice of rehabilitation and habilitation.

The experience of processing feedback from the participants of the consultation network and patients, the implementation of technologies and solutions developed in Norway and their distribution in the field of rehabilitation and habilitation are interesting for Norwegian specialists.

Specialists will have access to clinical discussions, raising their knowledge and expanding professional contacts.

Project coordinator – Dr Alexander Shoshmin, tel.  +7 812 44-88-77-8,