DCRM 2020: Innovation with impact; Rehabilitation in the near future

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D7. Mini-symposium: ReSpAct 2.0: Rehabilitation, Sports and Active lifestyle in 2020 and beyond, new questions to ask?! A physically active lifestyle is important for functioning, health and well-being, especially in those with a disability. This has been recognized integrated in many rehabilitation programs. ReSpAct 2.0 is an observational cohort study on the evaluation of the physical activity stimulation program Rehabilitation, Sports and Exercise (RSE) up to 5-7yrs post rehabilitation. The RSE program is successfully implemented in over 30 rehabilitation centers and hospital departments in the Netherlands. The ReSpAct 2.0 study evaluates the diversity in self-reported physical activity (PA) among ~1700 participants. Variation in PA in daily life, work, recreation or sports, among persons with different disabilities, and over time are studied and addresses the role of modifiable/non-modifiable determinants of PA. Special attention is focused on perceived fatigue in association with PA. Also, the construct of PA among people with disabilities is studied for different measurement tools, perception, and cultural environment. Activity monitors have not been re-calibrated for energy cost and/or movement behaviors of those with disabilities. Energy estimates of questionnaires have still not been re-calibrated for differently perceived behaviors or actual energy costs of disabled individuals. The multinational ReSpAct research group presents different approaches towards PA stimulation and its outcomes in rehabilitation context/culture. Chair(s): Prof Rienk Dekker, Department of Rehabilitration Medicine, University Medical Center Groningen Prof Lucas HV van der Woude, Center for Human Movement Sciences, University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen Outline session: Introduction Rienk Dekker & Luc van der Woude Diversity in physical activity among people with a physical disability in the Netherlands, by Pim Brandenbarg & Leonie Krops Perceived fatigue and physical activity in persons with a stroke, by Bregje Seves and Trynke Hoekstra Physical activity stimulation in the rehabilitation context of Canada, the UK and the Netherlands, by Femke Hoekstra, Floor Hettinga & Bregje Seves The physical activity construct a critical assessment of measurement variability, by im Brandenbarg, Femke Hoekstra, Leonie Krops Discussion Learning objective(s): Role of physical activity among persons with physical activity Importance of understanding the construct 'Physical activity' Variation in physical activity over time, different contexts & cultures.
Event titleDCRM 2020: Innovation with impact; Rehabilitation in the near future
Event typeConference
LocationUtrecht, NetherlandsShow on map
Degree of RecognitionNational