Intervento del rettore Iusm prof. Paolo Parisi alla trasmissione Dribbling

febbraio 11, 2008

Gli interventi del Rettore Iusm prof. Paolo Parisi e della prof.ssa Daniela Caporossi nella puntata speciale della rubrica sportiva “Dribbling” intitolata: “Occhio ai telomeri”. La puntata è andata in onda sabato 9 febbraio 2008 su Raisport-Raidue con collegamento in diretta dal Laboratorio di Biologia e Biochimica del Movimento dell’Istituto Universitario di Scienze Motorie di Roma (IUSM).


prima parte (9 min)

seconda parte (3 min)

Annunci

David Beckham in Sierra Leone come ambasciatore dell’UNICEF

febbraio 6, 2008

Il video proviene dal canale youtube ufficiale dell’UNICEF ITALIA che ne ha espressamente autorizzato l’inserimento in altri siti.


La storia di Oscar Pistorius su Al Jazeera English

febbraio 5, 2008

Il video proviene dal canale youtube ufficiale dell’emittente televisiva Al Jazeera English che ne ha espressamente autorizzato l’inserimento in altri siti.


European Master in Health and Physical Activity

febbraio 4, 2008

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)