Katarina Sadovnik, MSc (Austria), 20.11.2019 at 14.00-17.00, room -13.
PNF is a neurophysiological treatment of patients in several medical fields of physiotherapy. Based on 3-D movement pattern and hands-on stimulation of different kind of sensory receptors motor relearning of people with different diseases and disabilities can be accelerated.In this course students will get knowledge about the basic pattern and specific techniques to train selected activities of daily live with patients in neurological field. They will get skills to assist people with handicaps by facilitating functional movements like changing positions of patient situated in bed, transfer from sit to stand and leaning on a paralysed extremity.Methods of teaching will be short presentations of theoretic background and practical demonstration but also practicing and learning on the model.
2. Maximal and submaximal tests in cardiorehabilitation
Steven Onkelinx, PhD (Netherlands), 22.11.2019 at 9.00-15.00, room -13 and room -17.
3. Food safety and food fraud through time
Jan Homma (Netherlands), 19.-20.2019
We will use first day to look into food, foodlaw and current place in EU. There is a lot to tell about different foods and the aspects of foodlaw and health issues. We will walk along plain foods, but also along speciality foods, like babymilk and supplements, etc. The second day would be nice trip along foods that are not what they seems to be, real dangerous foods and supplements, E-commerce, the trade on Internet of dangerous products and my work as inspector with the crime unit in NL. 19.11.2019 at 10.00-17.00, room 011 and 20.2019 at 14.00-17.00, room 109.
Evathia Sakellari, PhD (Greece), 22.11.2019 at 9.00-12.00, room 017.
Health among refugees and the different aspects as well as challenges that health professionals need to take into account when they provide health care to this population group.