European Master in Health and Physical Activity

Elenco delle lezioni in video: 

Modulo 3 
18 – Exercise and common geriatric disorders (K. Andersen)
17 – Physical activity for the elderly: interdisciplinary approaches (P. Caserotti – M. Hoff)
16 – Physical activity for the elderly psychosocial and cultural gerontology  (M. Hoff)
15 – Functional activiries and muscle power (P. Caserotti)
14 – Filed test and functional test (S. Vestergaard)
13 – Effects of physival activity in the elderly (P. Caserotti)
12 – Physical and physiological changes in the elderly (N. Schott)
11 – Aging and physical activity: biological aging (P. Caserotti)
10 – Exercise and cognition in children: from theory to practice (C. Pesce)
9 – The clumsy child/DCD/Dyspraxia: problems of definition, aetiology and comorbidity (N. Schott)
8 – Motor development over the lifespan (N. Schott)
7 – Association of physical activity and clustering of CVD risk factors in children (L.B. Andersen)
6 – Anaerobic trainability (Froberg and L.B. Andersen)
5 – Exercise training in children (Froberg and L.B. Andersen)
4 – Environmental determinants of physical activity and obesity in young people (A. Page)
3 – Physical activity and mental health and well-being in young people (Y. Ommundsen)
2 – Biology of growth and development (B. Casini)
1 – Human biology and culture in reproduction, development, aging (P. Parisi)  

Modulo 2 
10 – Methods of inquiry – Interviews and focus groups in quantitative research (M. Aquilina)
9 – Enhancing physical activity promotion by health care professionals (HCPs) (McKenna J.)
8 – Individual and public health approaches to physical activity promotion (Hillsdon M.)
7 – Psychological determinants of physical activity (Reichmann S.)
6 – Becoming a reflective practitioner in physical activity and sport (E. Isidori)
5 – Theoretical model of health behavior change: Process and stage models (S. Reichmann)
4 – Physical activity & sport as social phenomena (O. Weiss)
3 – Theoretical model of health behaviour change: social cognitive models (A. Zelli)
2 – Effects of physical activity and exercise on mental health and cognitive processes (M. Audiffren)
1 – Psychosocial aspects of physical acrivity and exercise: introduction (S. Reichmann)  

Modulo 1 
21 – Human muscular fatigue: relation with training and age (C. Kotzamanidis)
20 – Neuromuscular adaptation in muscles and tendons in response to health-enhancing
physical exercise (P. Aagaard)
19 – Muscle strength assessment and testing. Evaluation of mechanical muscle function in sport, rehabilitation aging and health (P. Aagaard)
18 – Functional testing in research and practice (M. Sacchetti)
17 – Functional testing in research and practice (F. Felici)
16 – Biomechanics and motion analysis (A. Baca)
15 – Fitness assessment, and exercise testing and prescription (E. Kolle)
14 – Research methods in fitness assessment (H. Tschan)
13 – Research methods in fitness assessment: innovative diagnostic methods (A. Baca)
12 – Principles of fitness-wellness: health benefits of endurance training (H. Tschan)
11 – Exercise and hormones (L. Di Luigi)
10 – Cardiorespiratory regulation and adaptations with regard to health-enhancing physical activity in aerobic performance (E. Kolle)
9 – Principles of Fitness/Wellness: Health benefits of strength training (H. Tschan)
8 – Metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes (A. Sgadari)
7 – Clinical nutrition in physical activity and sports (B. Wessner)
6 – Obesity and environmental variables (J. Mota)
5 – Nutrition in health and exercise (F. Pigozzi)
4 – Genetic variability and gene  environment interactions in relation to movement (B. Wessner)
3a – Genes and disease, and their relation to movement (D. Caporossi)
3 – Genes and disease, and their relation to movement (P. Parisi)
2 – Medical risks of substance abuse + Gene doping (F. Pigozzi)
1 – Physical activity, public health, and fitness:  an approach from the point of view of epidemiology (N. Bachl)

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