Course - Applied Research in Sports and Rehabilitation - Optimization of the Knowledge Translation - BEV8007
BEV8007 - Applied Research in Sports and Rehabilitation - Optimization of the Knowledge Translation
Lessons are not given in the academic year 2021/2022
The course gives an introduction to applied research in sports and rehabilitation. Interaction between research and the field of practice, as well as optimization of the knowledge translation during the different phases of a research project will be dealt with. The lectures will provide theoretical insights on evidence-based practice and own experiences with such work will be shared. In addition to theoretical lectures, the candidates should take an active part in learning through group exercises, reflections and discussions.
The candidates know various methods for knowledge translation/implementation of research-based knowledge, and are able to conduct research projects in good interaction with the field of practice during the different phases of the research project.
Learning methods and activities
There will be three full days of digital lectures, workshops, group workpresentations, reflection and discussions.
Homework assignments related to the candidates own research will be carried out between gatherings and presented at each gathering.
- Mandatory participation in 2 of 3 whole gatherings
- Two approved presentations
Compulsory activities from previous semester may be approved by the department.
Recommended previous knowledge
It is desired that candidate is working on a Ph.D. project requiring interaction within the field of sports or rehabilitation.
Required previous knowledge
A masters degree in human movement science, sports science, sports physiology, health science, professional studies in medicine, or equivalent.
Articles and chapters from books.
Credits: 5.0 SP
Study level: Doctoral degree level
Language of instruction: English
- Health Science
- Human Movement Science
- Sport Sciences
Department with academic responsibility
Department of Neuromedicine and Movement Science
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