Digital Poster Session, Exercise in Medicine 2020 - CERG
Exercise in Medicine - Digital Poster Session
Our goal for Exercise in Medicine – the Webinar Edition is to present and discuss recent progress in using exercise as medicine, and to preserve and establish networks for current and future research collaborations. In line with our goal, we are arranging a Digital Poster Session to provide our webinar attendees with conversation starters on an informal networking platform before, during and after the webinar.
Acquaintances, friends, and colleagues of our speakers are more than welcome to Send in ePosters and contribute to our Digital Posters Session.
The Digital Poster Session is available for everyone who finds their way to this webpage. However, commenting on the ePosters requires that you sign in to Panopto.
The Digital Poster Session opens shortly, with the arrival of the first ePosters, and will be continuously updated until December 11, after which the final version remains open until further notice.
Data Blitz: The Best of Exercise in Medicine – Digital Poster Session
Webinar attendees should memorize the ID and title of their favorite ePosters.
We will launch a poll during the webinar breaks on December 15 to choose two to three ePosters to highlight in a data blitz summarizing the best of the Digital Poster Session at the end of the webinar.
We will show the selected ePosters during the live-streamed data blitz and invite the ePoster Presenters to answer questions from our webinar attendees at 18:50–19:10 UTC December 16.
Welcome to the Digital Poster Session
Welcome to the Digital Poster Session
High-Intensity Training Early After Heart Transplantation Presenter:
ePoster #83: High-Intensity Training Early After Heart Transplantation
PhD student and Physical therapist
Institute of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo
Department of Cardiology, Oslo University Hospital
Norwegian Health Association
A Sex-specific Evaluation of the Effects of Aerobic Interval Training on Physical and Mental Health in Adults Participating in Cardiac Rehabilitation
ePoster #38: A Sex-specific Evaluation of the Effects of Aerobic Interval Training on Physical and Mental Health in Adults Participating in Cardiac Rehabilitation
Sol Vidal Almela
University of Ottawa Heart Institute, Ottawa, Canada
School of Human Kinetics, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ottawa, Canada
Institut du savoir Montfort, Hôpital Montfort, Ottawa
Can «Exercised Plasma» Prevent or Slow Alzheimer’s Disease?
ePoster #16: Can «Exercised Plasma» Prevent or Slow Alzheimer’s Disease?
Cecilie Skarstad Norevik
Cardiac Exercise Research Group,
Department of Circulation and Medical Imaging,
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Longitudinal Physical Perfromance Following Kidney Transplant
ePoster #42: Longitudinal Physical Perfromance Following Kidney Transplant
Khin Chan, MD, et al.
Division of Nephrology, Stanford University,
Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System
Palo Alto, California, USA
Can Lactate Treatment Delay Alzheimer’s Disease?
ePoster #94: Can Lactate Treatment Delay Alzheimer’s Disease?
Institute of Oral Biology,
Faculty of Dentistry (UiO)
An Online Exercise Intervention in Chronic Kidney Disease
ePoster #65: An Online Exercise Intervention in Chronic Kidney Disease
Leicester Kidney Lifestyle Team,
University of Leicester
Mortality in Coronary Disease Following Cardiac Rehabilitation_Focus on Weight Loss or Lean Mass
ePoster #83: Mortality in Coronary Disease Following Cardiac Rehabilitation: Focus on Weight Loss or Lean Mass
Sergey Kachur, MD,
Carl Lavie, MD
Ochsner Clinic Foundation
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
ePoster #74: My Medical Digital Twin (MyMDT): Personalized Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment of Hypertension
Coordinator of Exercise in Medicine and Man in Extreme Environments
Cardiac Exercise Research Group and My Medical Digital Twin
Department of Circulation and Medical Imaging
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)