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Dr. DIMITRIS SKEMPES

Research Fellow,
Swiss Paraplegic Research,
Switzerland

Biography

Dimitris Skempes is a Marie Curie Research Fellow at the Swiss Paraplegic Research, an affiliate of the Swiss Paraplegics Foundation ( http://www.paraplegie.ch/). He holds a BSc in Physical Therapy (2006) and received his Master of Public Health and Healthcare Management (MPH) from the University of Crete Medical School , Greece (2009) . During 2008 he worked as a Research Assistant at the Dept. of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College London, UK. He has also acquired work experience in the healthcare business arena with a global medical devices manufacturer and consulted with policymakers and parliamentarians on several aspects of health sector reform in Greece. Most recently he was seconded to the World Health Organization Headquarters (WHO) in Geneva and contributed to the development of WHO's International Guidelines on Rehabilitation. Dimitris Skempes’ main area of interest lies in disability research focusing particularly on rehabilitation, global health policy and human rights law. His activities as part of the DREAM training network are focused on the development of evidence based policy tools and indicators to monitor progress in the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of persons with disabilities (CRPD). In this regard, he works towards a doctoral degree at the University of Lucerne with the objective to identify and propose a set of contextually relevant and scientifically valid indicators to monitor the implementation of rehabilitation aspects of the CRPD (Article 26).

Research Interest

Dimitris Skempes’ main area of interest lies in disability research focusing particularly on rehabilitation, global health policy and human rights law. His activities as part of the DREAM training network are focused on the development of evidence based policy tools and indicators to monitor progress in the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of persons with disabilities (CRPD). In this regard, he works towards a doctoral degree at the University of Lucerne with the objective to identify and propose a set of contextually relevant and scientifically valid indicators to monitor the implementation of rehabilitation aspects of the CRPD (Article 26).

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