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iConference Program: Dance Science Research Sessions

Monday, July 13, 2020   (0 Comments)

iConference Program

 

Dance Science Research Sessions

Enduring Material from the

29th Annual Conference, Montreal

Monday, July 13, 2020

Available to view NOW on the IADMS iConference app: Dance Science Research Sessions from the 29th Annual Conference, Montreal. See full program below.


To watch the presentations, login to the iConference app, schedule, and click on the “View Presentation” tab under the session title.

 

If you have a question or a comment for any of the speakers write it on the Event Feed. We will provide written or recorded response.

 

To purchase CME credits visit the iConference webpage and login for further instructions.

 

 

Upcoming Events:

  • July 20th Dance Medicine and Biomechanics Sessions from the 29th Annual Conference, Montreal
  • July 27th Dance for Health Sessions from the 29th Annual Conference, Montreal
  • August Networking Events (registration required)

 

 

Full Program of Dance Science Research Sessions:


3 hours / 1.5 CME credits

  

*Further features of systematic literature reviews and applications to dance medicine & science current knowledge: quality assessment and meta- analysis. IADMS Research Committee--presented by Manuela Angioi, PhD, Aline Noguiera Haas, PhD, and Claire Hiller PT, PhD (50 minutes)

 

*Gender separation in training: right or wrong? Elizabeth Yutzey, MFA (10 minutes)

 

Relationship between energy availability, dietary macronutrients on bone mineral density in male and female vocational ballet dancers. Juncal Roman, MSc (10 minutes)

 

*Stress, coping and psychological skills of conservatoire dance students: evaluating psychological wellbeing in practice. Liliana Araujo, PhD, C.Psychol (20 minutes)

 

Technology in dance: reflecting on a data-driven rehab. Adam Mattiussi, MSc, BSc (20 minutes)

 

The effect of the Flipped Classroom Model on altering knowledge and behavior in collegiate dancers. Mary Petrizzi, MS (10 minutes)

 

The research process for students in dance medicine and science. IADMS Student Committee – presented by Elizabeth Yutzey, MFA (50 minutes)

 

*The validity of inertial measurements units in 3-D lower body analysis of classical ballet movements. Rachel Ward, PhD, BMedSci (10 minutes)

 


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