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Wales Exercise Medicine Symposium 2019

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University Hospital of Wales

Cardiff

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Wales Exercise Medicine Symposium 2019

Tickets are now on sale for the Wales Exercise Medicine symposium on January 12th 2019 for only £20.00+ VAT!

Who should attend?

The day is designed for exercise professionals, doctors, physiologists physiotherapists, sport and exercise scientists, sport and exercise medicine practitioners, allied healthcare professionals and students in the aforementioned fields and anyone working within the exercise industry.

The event has been awarded 6 CPD points from the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medcine, 2 CPD points from REPS and we are applying for CPD points from the RCP.

Delegates will be educated and inspired about the latest developments in Physical Activity for Health. The aim of the conference is to promote Exercise as Medicine and to highlight the importance of Physical Activity across a range of areas.

Announed Speakers & Topics:

Keynotes:

09:05 - Introduction

09:15 - Professor Danny Green (University Of Western Australia, Perth) – Exercise & Cerebrovascular Health

09:50 - Dr James Turner (University Of Bath) - Exercise, Physical Activity and Sedentary behaviour with Cancer Risk and Treatment

10:25 - Dr Javier Gonzalez (University Of Bath) - Carbohydrate Availability for Exercise and Health

BREAK 11:00 - 11:25

11: 30 - Dr David Nunan (Nuffield Department of Primary HealthCare Sciencea, University of Oxford) - ‘Where’s My Prescription Doc?’

12:05 - Professor Diane Crone (Cardiff Metropolitan University) - Interventions for Health Improvement: What Have We Learnt and Could We Do Better?

12:40 Dr Brendon Stubbs (Kings College, London) – Mental Health & ExerciseProfessor

LUNCH BREAK (13:15 - 14:00)

14:05 - Dr Abbas Zaidi (University Hospital of Wales) - Sudden Cardiac Death & Exercise

Afternoon Stream Sessions (15:00 - 17:00)

Swansea University Stream:

Dr Richard Metcalfe - How low can you go? The Health Benefits of High-Intensity Interval Training (HIT)

Dr Melitta McNarry - The Role of Exercise in Cystic Fibrosis Treatment Strategies

Dr Olga Roldan-Reoyo The Effects Of Exercise In Maternal And Foetal Cardiovascular Health

Cardiff School Of Sport Stream

Mr Tony Dawkins - Athlete's Heart: Cardiac Response to Volume Infusion in Endurance and Resistance - Trained Athletes

Ms Aimee Drane - "A heart to heart with Chimpanzees": Cardiac disease in our evolutionary cousins

Mr Tom Williams - Increasing Rehabiltation Adherence: The Role of Psychosocial Factors

Mr Marc Harris - Gamification and Physical Activity: What's the 'Active' Ingredient?

Coventry University Stream - Transplatation & Exercise

Ms Sheila Leddington-Wright (Physiotherpist & Sports Therapy Lecturer), Mr Thomas Hames (PhD Candidate, Sports Therapist & Lecturer), Ms Louise Anderson (PhD Candidate) - "Therapy management of the transplantee athlete"

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