HEPA Europe Webinars 2017

Wednesday April 5,2017 at 14:00–15:00 CET

Accelerometry under Scrutiny – Simple but Challenging

Harri Sievänen, ScD, Adjunct Professor, Research Director, UKK Institute

This webinar addresses many challenges the researchers are likely to encounter when they are analyzing and interpreting raw accelerometer data. Transparency of the data analysis and physical meaningfulness of obtained metrics are of utmost importance. Special emphasis is laid on accurate separation between physical activity and sedentary behavior by classifying these domains in terms of intensity and body posture. Participants of this webinar will gain better common understanding of core principles behind proper analysis and interpretation of accelerometer data in a 24/7 setting.

Subsequent International Workshop at the UKK Institute, Tampere, Finland 7–8 June, 2017.
See more information on website.

 

Wednesday May 3,2017 at 14:00–15:00 CET

Workplace Physical Activity – Findings from Piloting an Exemplar Physical Activity Employer (EPAE) Model

Michael Tornow, Senior Health Improvement Officer, NHS Health Scotland
Darren Rocks, Senior Health Improvement Officer – Physical Activity and Place, NHS Health Scotland
John Howie, Organisational Lead – Physical Activity and Place, NHS Health Scotland

The Scottish national physical activity implementation plan A More Active Scotland was published in 2014 and set out four outcomes relative to the workplace setting. Three of these outcomes focused on the development of an exemplar physical activity employer model, which involved the identification of public sector, private sector and voluntary sector employers that would encourage staff to be more physically active. In 2015, the Exemplar Physical Activity Employer (EPAE) definition criteria and measures were established with agreement reached to pilot these and evaluate the feasibility of future rollout of EPAE.
This webinar will cover three main areas:
1. The background to the establishment and piloting of the EPAE criteria
2. Findings and recommendations from the evaluation of the pilot process
3. Next steps for workplace physical activity in Scotland


See detailed information on brochure.


REGISTRATION free of charge.
Number of participation connections is limited.

For more information, please contact:
Anne-Mari Jussila, Education and Development Director, UKK Institute
+358 44 288 2123
anne-mari.jussila(a)uta.fi

 

UKKi,Hepa Europe, NHS Health Scotland

 

 

 
Edellinen muokkaus: 14.03.2017