Crossing borders between sports & occupational medicine and leisuretime & occupational physical activity

Georganiseerd door: 
Amsterdam UMC, Public & Occupational Health
Begin datum: 
vrijdag 02 oktober 2020
Plaats: 
Zoom will be used for this online meeting

Kosten:   Gratis, wel vooraf registreren: slhamsterdam.com/fls

Friday Lectures - Crossing borders between sports & occupational medicine and leisure time & occupational physical activity

Sports and work both positively and negatively impact life of many of us and the medical disciplines involved face similar questions: what is the best way to prevent injuries?, how do we improve Return to Play or Return to Work?, or how do physical activity in leisure time and work interplay and contribute to better health and performance?. This morning we address these three topics and hope the talks will stimulate you to cross the border of your own discipline to see whether the grass at your side is indeed greener than at the other side.

Prevention
Prof. dr. Andreas Seidler, MD, Germany, Knee osteoarthritis in professional football players: occupational disease?
Dr. Pieter Coenen, the Netherlands  – Carrying stones is not physical fitness - Why do highly physically active workers die early?

Return to Sports and Work
Sander Hoorntje, MD, PhD student,  the Netherlands  Does Goal Attainment Scaling in Rehabilitation improve physical activity and satisfaction with performance of sports and work activities after knee arthroplasty ? – results from the ACTION RCT.

Crossing Borders
Prof. dr. Andreas Holtermann, Denmark, Why and how should we cross borders between leisure and occupational physical activity?

 

THE PROGRAM

09.30 – 10.00
Andreas Seidler (Germany)
Knee osteoarthritis in professional football players: occupational disease?

10.00 – 10.30
Pieter Coenen (Netherlands)
Carrying stones is not physical fitness - Why do highly physically active workers die early?

10.30 – 11.00
Sander Hoorntje (Netherlands)
Goal Attainment Scaling in Rehabilitation

11.00 – 11.30
Andreas Holtermann (Denmark)
Why and how should we cross borders between leisure and occupational physical activity?

Registration is FREE OF CHARGE!

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