SIGNIFICANCE OF PHYSICAL FITNESS IN AGING ADULTS DURING COVID-19
25 JUNE 2020
at 2.00pm until 3.30pm (GMT +8)
Presenter: Professor Arto Hautala
Director of Research & Education
also an Adjunct Professor in Cardiovascular Research Group at Oulu University Hospital, University of Oulu, Finland, with the background on physical therapy, exercise physiology and biomechanics, Dr Hautala also conducts many of his research on areas of exercise training on aging adults and rehabilitation.
Many of us are impacted by COVID-19 in both our daily practice and personal lives. We wish to express our strong solidarity and commitment to supporting you in your work with older adults and individuals with chronic health conditions who are at higher risk for COVID-19.
Learn what do we know about the role of good physical fitness related to fight against COVID-19
Know the consequences of physical inactivity induced by home isolation on cardiometabolic health and the benefits of regular physical activity and exercise training on various health outcomes
Show and introduce how intelligent HUR exercise training ecosystem is effective to improve physical performance and daily activities in senior care settings in Finland
1.45pm - 2.00pm Registration
2.00pm - 2.15pm Introduction by Dr Jillian Yeoh, MD of Zen Wellness Sanctuary
2.15pm - 3.00pm Significance of Physical Fitness in Aging Adults during COVID-19 by
Professor Arto Hautala, Director of Research & Education, HUR Finland
3.00pm - 3.30pm Questions & Answers
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An electronic certificate of participation will be emailed to registered participant within 3 working days upon completion of the webinar.
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