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Themagebied: Lymfologie en oncologie
Doelgroepen: fysiotherapeuten / oncologiefysiotherapeuten
Werkgebied: Eerste lijn / tweede lijn
Startdatum: zaterdag 30 oktober 2021
Einddatum: zaterdag 30 oktober 2021
Aantal deelnemers: Minimaal 20, maximaal 32
Studiebelasting: 5 uur
Aantal contacturen: 5
Aantal contactdagen: 1
Taal: Engels
Verhouding praktijk en theorie: 50/50
Niveau: expert
Cursusnummer: 2106281
Blended learning: Nee
Masterclass: Ja
Toetsing: Nee
Certificaat: Ja

Programma en informatie voor deelnemers

Als deelnemer krijg je toegang tot de besloten website www.npicursus.nl.
Op deze site tref je alle extra cursusinformatie aan zoals bijvoorbeeld het cursusprogramma, eventuele voorbereiding en andere relevante informatie.

Datum

Zaterdag 30 oktober 2021

Kosten

Euro 190,- inclusief verzorging en cursusmateriaal, respectievelijk euro 170,- met NPi-kortingskaart

Locatie

  • Mercure Hotel Amsterdam West (route)
Deze cursus maakt deel uit van onderstaande leerlijn:
Leerlijn

Accreditatie

Accreditatie in aanvraag

Voorkennis, voorwaarden, ingangsniveau

Deze masterclass is alleen toegankelijk voor oncologiefysiotherapeuten en oncologisch geschoolde fysiotherapeuten.

Doel

The goal of this workshop is to teach the principles and application of incorporating a ‘movement preparation’ phase into the delivery of a functional resistance training for people with cancer. Movement preparation can address mobility and movement limitations in order to maximize success of the patient in performing functional resistance training to improve physical functioning.

Subdoelen

  • Introduce the principals of ‘movement preparation’.
  • Teach attendees the ‘movement prep’ exercises used in a functional resistance training program.
  • Provide a framework for incorporating ‘movement preparation’ into a functional resistance training program or cancer patients.
  • Share best practices for delivering movement preparation and functional resistance training using video conference technology.

Beschrijving

Let op: Accreditatie wordt aangevraagd voor de registers: Algemeen fysiotherapeut (KRF NL) / Oncologiefysiotherapeut (KRF NL) / Vrij deel van het KRF NL / Keurmerk Fysiotherapie

We have developed a functional resistance training program that improves physical functioning in cancer patients. We believe this functionally based training program is superior to machine-based training at restoring physical functioning and participation in work and life roles. However, instruction of functional training is more challenging than machine-based training because patients often present with reduced mobility as a result of weakness, limited range of motion, sarcopenic obesity, treatment-related toxicities, and pre-existing orthopedic issues. These mobility limitations can impede the instruction of functional movements because patients cannot maintain proper posture or perform dynamic movements correctly.

We have changed our research exercise programs to incorporate a phase of ‘movement preparation’ in the first 4-6 weeks of our functional resistance training program. Movement preparation involves teaching participants specific exercises that strengthen their hips, core, and key stabilizing muscles that play a major role for proper movement patterns that must be in place in order to properly perform more difficult compound exercises such as squats, lunges, step up, etc.

This workshop will introduce the principles of ‘movement preparation’ for attendees, walk them through the ‘movement preparation’ exercises used in our functional training program, and provide a framework for incorporating ‘movement preparation’ into a functional training program for cancer patients.

Over de sprekers

Kimi Daniel is a Senior Research Assistant at the Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), School of Nursing. She received a Master’s degree in Sports Medicine - Athletic Training from Florida International University. She participated as exercise specialist in several exercise trials for cancer survivors, while also instructing exercise classes for cancer survivors outside of the research setting. As an advocate of exercise as medicine she trains clients with a range of acute and chronic health conditions, to improve their mobility, physical function and general health and wellbeing.

Dr. Kerri Winters-Stone is exercise physiologist and professor at the Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), School of Nursing and is co-director of the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute’s Community Partnership Program and co-leader of the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute’s Cancer Prevention and Control Program. Her expertise and research focus centers on the use of physical activity to prevent and manage chronic disease. Her studies have shown that cancer survivors can benefit from exercise that reverses treatment-related side effects and symptoms. The goal of her work is to develop safe, targeted and effective exercise programs that translate well to community settings and clinical practice so that people can make positive lifestyle choices for better long-term health.

Docenten

  • Kimi Daniel MSc, exercise specialist and senior research assistant at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), Oregon, USA
  • Kerri Winters-Stone PhD, exercise physiologist and professor at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), Oregon, USA

Cursusleiding

  • Kimi Daniel MSc, exercise specialist and senior research assistant at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), Oregon, USA
  • Kerri Winters-Stone PhD, exercise physiologist and professor at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), Oregon, USA
  • Michael Schermer, Nederlands Paramedisch Instituut

Didactische werkwijze

Hoor- en responsiecollege, casuïstiek, demonstratie, workshop

Je contactpersonen bij het NPi

Voor administratieve en algemene vragen:

marjan-van-keeken Marjan van Keeken
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Voor inhoudelijke vragen:

michael-schermer Michael Schermer
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