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ón Física y salud (2012) ón Física y salud (2012)

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Está ampliamente demostrado que la actividad física habitual y adaptada a las posibilidades del individuo mejora la salud bio-psico-social, mientras que el sedentarismo es un factor de riesgo de enfermedades cardiovasculares, metabólicas, etc. La introducción y objetivos del área de Educación Física (Decreto 286/2007) presentan una clara orientación hacia la salud, con referencia explícita a la mejora de la salud, bienestar y calidad de vida. En este sentido, el área se orienta a crear hábitos de práctica saludable, regular y continuada a lo largo de la vida, así como a sentirse bien con el propio cuerpo, lo que constituye una valiosa ayuda en la mejora de la autoestima. Sin embargo, la adquisición de este hábito es una tarea compleja que requiere del análisis y comprensió Está ampliamente demostrado que la actividad física habitual y adaptada a las posibilidades del individuo mejora la salud bio-psico-social, mientras que el sedentarismo es un factor de riesgo de enfermedades cardiovasculares, metabólicas, etc. La introducción y objetivos del área de Educación Física (Decreto 286/2007) presentan una clara orientación hacia la salud, con referencia explícita a la mejora de la salud, bienestar y calidad de vida. En este sentido, el área se orienta a crear hábitos de práctica saludable, regular y continuada a lo largo de la vida, así como a sentirse bien con el propio cuerpo, lo que constituye una valiosa ayuda en la mejora de la autoestima. Sin embargo, la adquisición de este hábito es una tarea compleja que requiere del análisis y comprensió

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estilo de vida | estilo de vida | physical activity | physical activity | ísica | ísica | ábitos | ábitos | ón física | ón física | salud | salud | áctica de la Expresión Corporal | áctica de la Expresión Corporal | ísico | ísico | ón | ón | health | health | deporte | deporte | fitness | fitness | calidad de vida | calidad de vida | exercise | exercise | physical education | physical education

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ísica para la Salud (2011) ísica para la Salud (2011)

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Está ampliamente demostrado que la actividad física habitual y adaptada a las posibilidades del individuo mejora la salud bio-psico-social, mientras que el sedentarismo es un factor de riesgo de enfermedades cardiovasculares, metabólicas, etc. Sin embargo, la adquisición de este hábito es una tarea compleja que requiere del análisis y comprensión de diversas variables cualitativas y cuantitativas tanto a nivel físico como psico-social, las cuales se analizan y estudian en esta asignatura. Un objetivo necesario en la actualidad es que la práctica de Actividad Física se base, realmente, en principios saludables, desterrando el desfase entre los planteamientos teóricos y la práctica real. Este análisis debe partir de la premisa de que no toda Actividad Física es saludable "pe Está ampliamente demostrado que la actividad física habitual y adaptada a las posibilidades del individuo mejora la salud bio-psico-social, mientras que el sedentarismo es un factor de riesgo de enfermedades cardiovasculares, metabólicas, etc. Sin embargo, la adquisición de este hábito es una tarea compleja que requiere del análisis y comprensión de diversas variables cualitativas y cuantitativas tanto a nivel físico como psico-social, las cuales se analizan y estudian en esta asignatura. Un objetivo necesario en la actualidad es que la práctica de Actividad Física se base, realmente, en principios saludables, desterrando el desfase entre los planteamientos teóricos y la práctica real. Este análisis debe partir de la premisa de que no toda Actividad Física es saludable "pe

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estilo de vida | estilo de vida | physical activity | physical activity | ísica | ísica | ábitos | ábitos | ón física | ón física | salud | salud | áctica de la Expresión Corporal | áctica de la Expresión Corporal | ísico | ísico | ón | ón | health | health | deporte | deporte | fitness | fitness | calidad de vida | calidad de vida | exercise | exercise | physical education | physical education

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ón Física en Primaria (I) y Educación Física en Primaria (II) (2011) ón Física en Primaria (I) y Educación Física en Primaria (II) (2011)

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El desarrollo integral del ser humano conlleva ineludiblemente la inclusión en la formación de los jóvenes de aquellas enseñanzas que van a potenciar el desarrollo de sus conductas motrices, profundizando en el conocimiento de esa conducta como organización significante del comportamiento humano y asumiendo actitudes, valores y normas con referencia al cuerpo y sus movimientos. La escasa actividad motriz desplegada en el actual sistema de vida conduce a que cada vez adquieran mayor importancia las actividades físicas como medio de equilibrio psicofísico y de ocupación del tiempo libre. La sociedad actual plantea la necesidad de incorporar a la educación aquellos conocimientos, destrezas y capacidades relacionados con el cuerpo y su actividad motriz que contribuyen al desarrollo El desarrollo integral del ser humano conlleva ineludiblemente la inclusión en la formación de los jóvenes de aquellas enseñanzas que van a potenciar el desarrollo de sus conductas motrices, profundizando en el conocimiento de esa conducta como organización significante del comportamiento humano y asumiendo actitudes, valores y normas con referencia al cuerpo y sus movimientos. La escasa actividad motriz desplegada en el actual sistema de vida conduce a que cada vez adquieran mayor importancia las actividades físicas como medio de equilibrio psicofísico y de ocupación del tiempo libre. La sociedad actual plantea la necesidad de incorporar a la educación aquellos conocimientos, destrezas y capacidades relacionados con el cuerpo y su actividad motriz que contribuyen al desarrollo

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primary education | primary education | elementary schoolchildren | elementary schoolchildren | physical activity | physical activity | learning | learning | ísica | ísica | primaria | primaria | ón Física | ón Física | ñanza | ñanza | áctica de la Expresión Corporal | áctica de la Expresión Corporal | school | school | higher education | higher education | deporte | deporte | ñanza superior | ñanza superior | teaching | teaching | escolares | escolares | sport | sport | Physical Education | Physical Education | escuela | escuela

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ísica para la Salud (2009) ísica para la Salud (2009)

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Está ampliamente demostrado que la actividad física habitual y adaptada a las posibilidades del individuo mejora la salud bio-psico-social, mientras que el sedentarismo es un factor de riesgo de enfermedades cardiovasculares, metabólicas, etc. Sin embargo, la adquisición de este hábito es una tarea compleja que requiere del análisis y comprensión de diversas variables cualitativas y cuantitativas tanto a nivel físico como psico-social, las cuales se analizan y estudian en esta asignatura. Un objetivo necesario en la actualidad es que la práctica de Actividad Física se base, realmente, en principios saludables, desterrando el desfase entre los planteamientos teóricos y la práctica real. Este análisis debe partir de la premisa de que no toda Actividad Física es saludable "pe Está ampliamente demostrado que la actividad física habitual y adaptada a las posibilidades del individuo mejora la salud bio-psico-social, mientras que el sedentarismo es un factor de riesgo de enfermedades cardiovasculares, metabólicas, etc. Sin embargo, la adquisición de este hábito es una tarea compleja que requiere del análisis y comprensión de diversas variables cualitativas y cuantitativas tanto a nivel físico como psico-social, las cuales se analizan y estudian en esta asignatura. Un objetivo necesario en la actualidad es que la práctica de Actividad Física se base, realmente, en principios saludables, desterrando el desfase entre los planteamientos teóricos y la práctica real. Este análisis debe partir de la premisa de que no toda Actividad Física es saludable "pe

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estilo de vida | estilo de vida | áctica de la Expresión Corporal | áctica de la Expresión Corporal | ísica | ísica | ábitos | ábitos | ón física | ón física | salud | salud | physical activity | physical activity | ísico | ísico | fitness | fitness | ón | ón | health | health | deporte | deporte | ón Física y Deportiva | ón Física y Deportiva | calidad de vida | calidad de vida | exercise | exercise | physical education | physical education

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Improving the health of the population and evidence based medicine Improving the health of the population and evidence based medicine

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Dr Puja Myles is an Associate Professor of Health Protection and Epidemiology at the University of Nottingham. She trained as a dentist at Panjab University, India and worked as a dentist in India before completing her specialist training in Public Health in the East Midlands. She completed a doctorate in Epidemiology at the University of Nottingham. She is currently part of the Health Protection Research Group at Nottingham and her research is primarily in respiratory disease epidemiology. She is also interested in evaluation methods and is currently involved in some public health service evaluations. Dr Puja Myles is an Associate Professor of Health Protection and Epidemiology at the University of Nottingham. She trained as a dentist at Panjab University, India and worked as a dentist in India before completing her specialist training in Public Health in the East Midlands. She completed a doctorate in Epidemiology at the University of Nottingham. She is currently part of the Health Protection Research Group at Nottingham and her research is primarily in respiratory disease epidemiology. She is also interested in evaluation methods and is currently involved in some public health service evaluations. This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn Semester 2009 This module has two essential components: Evidence-Based Medicine and Public Health. Evidence-Based Medicine was introduced as a new discipline because traditionally the teaching of medicine was heavily reliant on an apprenticeship-type system with emphasis on learning from observing one’s teachers. One of the guiding principles in the NHS today is that all health care should be based on research evidence. One of the aims of this module is to cover core concepts in epidemiology and basic statistics so that you are able to understand the evidence presented in research papers and apply it to your clinical practice. The Public Health component of this module will provide you This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn Semester 2009 This module has two essential components: Evidence-Based Medicine and Public Health. Evidence-Based Medicine was introduced as a new discipline because traditionally the teaching of medicine was heavily reliant on an apprenticeship-type system with emphasis on learning from observing one’s teachers. One of the guiding principles in the NHS today is that all health care should be based on research evidence. One of the aims of this module is to cover core concepts in epidemiology and basic statistics so that you are able to understand the evidence presented in research papers and apply it to your clinical practice. The Public Health component of this module will provide you

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UNow | UNow | Evidence Based Medicine | Evidence Based Medicine | UKOER | UKOER | Public Health | Public Health | Health of the population | Health of the population | Determinants of health | Determinants of health | Inequalities in health | Inequalities in health | Obesity | diet and physical activity | Obesity | diet and physical activity | Screening | Screening | Positive predictive value of screening tests | Positive predictive value of screening tests | multidisciplinary approach to population health | multidisciplinary approach to population health

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Physical activity: a family affair Physical activity: a family affair

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This free course, Physical activity: a family affair, aims to explore the effects that the family has on the amount and nature of physical activity a child participates in. The beliefs and behaviours of the family environment are the key psycho-social factors we investigate here. First published on Wed, 17 Feb 2016 as Physical activity: a family affair. To find out more visit The Open University's Openlearn website. Creative-Commons 2016 This free course, Physical activity: a family affair, aims to explore the effects that the family has on the amount and nature of physical activity a child participates in. The beliefs and behaviours of the family environment are the key psycho-social factors we investigate here. First published on Wed, 17 Feb 2016 as Physical activity: a family affair. To find out more visit The Open University's Openlearn website. Creative-Commons 2016

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Health | Sports & Psychology | Health | Sports & Psychology | Psychology | Psychology | Sport and Fitness | Sport and Fitness | socialisation | socialisation | family | family | attitudes | attitudes | physical activity | physical activity | parents | parents | participation | participation | E313_1 | E313_1

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Live Sites: Bringing Places to People

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‘family model’ of community? 2- What strategies can bring places to people through Live Sites to promote community wellbeing? 3- How can local partners ensure Live Sites are seen as benefitting communities rather than commercial interests?

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HLST | LL2012 | London 2012 | Olympics | Olympic Games | Paralympics | Paralympic Games | Learning Legacies | JISC | HEA | HLSTOER | sport | leisure | tourism | hospitality | Canterbury Christ Church University | SPEAR | health and communities | impacts | Cultural Olympiad | festival effect | physical activity | legacy | Department of Health | NHS | wellbeing | pride | community | can:22/07/2011:x0003

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Measuring an Olympic and Paralympic Effect on Sport Participation

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An Olympic and Paralympic effect on sport participation has never been robustly measured. 1- Is it possible to find out whether Olympic and Paralympic Games have caused sport participation changes? 2- Can national surveys tell us if sport participation changes are due to the Games? 3- Can thinking about what might have happened without the Games help us to find out if there has been a Games effect on participation?

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HLST | LL2012 | London 2012 | Olympics | Olympic Games | Paralympics | Paralympic Games | Learning Legacies | JISC | HEA | HLSTOER | sport | leisure | tourism | hospitality | Canterbury Christ Church University | SPEAR | measurement | participation | involvement | Sport England | Department of Health | DoH | physical activity | impact | can:22/07/2011:x0002

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Getting the Nation Moving: The Festival Effect

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The Olympic and Paralympic Games can be used to encourage people to think about becoming more active. 1. Can the Olympic Games encourage physical activity among those who don't like sport? 2. how can the Games be promoted as being 'beyond sport' when they are an elite sport competition? 3. Does an emphasis on exercise and trying to persuade people to get healthy put some people off participating?

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HLST | LL2012 | London 2012 | Olympics | Olympic Games | Paralympics | Paralympic Games | Learning Legacies | JISC | HEA | HLSTOER | sport | leisure | tourism | hospitality | Canterbury Christ Church University | SPEAR | health and communities | strategies | physical activity | participation | policy | can:22/07/2011:x0004.

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Review of Barriers to Engaging Black and Minority Ethnic Groups in Physical Activity in the United Kingdom.

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Conclusion: The search yielded 391 studies and 18 were finally included in the review. Our review identified 20 barriers clustered among four broad themes of: (a) perceived personal barriers; (b) socio-economic barriers; (c) cultural barriers; and (d) environmental barriers. Overcoming these barriers in these broad areas is important in development of sensitive multicultural health promotion addressing physical inequalities.

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ukoer | phorus | public health | health sciences and practice | south asian african | physical activity | black minority ethnic groups | health promotion | systematic review | Subjects allied to medicine | B000

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Improving the health of the population and evidence based medicine

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This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn Semester 2009 This module has two essential components: Evidence-Based Medicine and Public Health. Evidence-Based Medicine was introduced as a new discipline because traditionally the teaching of medicine was heavily reliant on an apprenticeship-type system with emphasis on learning from observing one’s teachers. One of the guiding principles in the NHS today is that all health care should be based on research evidence. One of the aims of this module is to cover core concepts in epidemiology and basic statistics so that you are able to understand the evidence presented in research papers and apply it to your clinical practice. The Public Health component of this module will provide you wi

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evidence based medicine | ukoer | public health | health of the population | determinants of health | inequalities in health | obesity | diet and physical activity | screening | positive predictive value of screening tests | multidisciplinary approach to population health | Subjects allied to medicine | B000

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Getting the nation moving: the festival effect

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The Olympic and Paralympic Games can be used to encourage people to think about becoming more active. 1. Can the Olympic Games encourage physical activity among those who don't like sport? 2. how can the Games be promoted as being 'beyond sport' when they are an elite sport competition? 3. Does an emphasis on exercise and trying to persuade people to get healthy put some people off participating?

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sport | leisure | tourism | hospitality | health and communities | strategies | physical activity | participation | policy | can:22/07/2011:x0004 | radar brookes | hlst | ll2012 | london 2012 | olympics | olympic games | paralympics | paralympic games | learning legacies | jisc | hea | hlstoer | canterbury christ church university | spear | Social studies | L000

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Live Sites: bringing places to people

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Live Sites can bring national festivals alive in local communities and promote community wellbeing 1- How can Live Sites help promote an inclusive ‘family model’ of community? 2- What strategies can bring places to people through Live Sites to promote community wellbeing? 3- How can local partners ensure Live Sites are seen as benefitting communities rather than commercial interests?

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sport | leisure | tourism | hospitality | health and communities | impacts | festival effect | physical activity | legacy | wellbeing | pride | community | can:22/07/2011:x0003 | hlst | ll2012 | london 2012 | olympics | olympic games | paralympics | paralympic games | learning legacies | jisc | hea | hlstoer | canterbury christ church university | spear | cultural olympiad | department of health | nhs | Social studies | L000

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Measuring an Olympic and Paralympic effect on sport participation

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An Olympic and Paralympic effect on sport participation has never been robustly measured. 1- Is it possible to find out whether Olympic and Paralympic Games have caused sport participation changes? 2- Can national surveys tell us if sport participation changes are due to the Games? 3- Can thinking about what might have happened without the Games help us to find out if there has been a Games effect on participation?

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sport | leisure | tourism | hospitality | measurement | participation | involvement | physical activity | impact | can:22/07/2011:x0002 | hlst | ll2012 | london 2012 | olympics | olympic games | paralympics | paralympic games | learning legacies | jisc | hea | hlstoer | canterbury christ church university | spear | sport england | department of health | doh | Social studies | L000

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Getting the nation moving:the festival effect

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The Olympic and Paralympic Games can be used to encourage people to think about becoming more active. 1. Can the Olympic Games encourage physical activity among those who don't like sport? 2. how can the Games be promoted as being 'beyond sport' when they are an elite sport competition? 3. Does an emphasis on exercise and trying to persuade people to get healthy put some people off participating?

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sport | leisure | tourism | hospitality | health and communities | strategies | physical activity | participation | policy | can:22/07/2011:x0004 | hlst | ll2012 | london 2012 | olympics | olympic games | paralympics | paralympic games | learning legacies | jisc | hea | hlstoer | canterbury christ church university | spear | Social studies | L000

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Getting the Nation Moving: The Festival Effect

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The Olympic and Paralympic Games can be used to encourage people to think about becoming more active. 1. Can the Olympic Games encourage physical activity among those who don't like sport? 2. how can the Games be promoted as being 'beyond sport' when they are an elite sport competition? 3. Does an emphasis on exercise and trying to persuade people to get healthy put some people off participating?

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HLST | LL2012 | London 2012 | Olympics | Olympic Games | Paralympics | Paralympic Games | Learning Legacies | JISC | HEA | HLSTOER | sport | leisure | tourism | hospitality | Canterbury Christ Church University | SPEAR | health and communities | strategies | physical activity | participation | policy | can:22/07/2011:x0004.

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?family model? of community? 2- What strategies can bring places to people through Live Sites to promote community wellbeing? 3- How can local partners ensure Live Sites are seen as benefitting communities rather than commercial interests?

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HLST | LL2012 | London 2012 | Olympics | Olympic Games | Paralympics | Paralympic Games | Learning Legacies | JISC | HEA | HLSTOER | sport | leisure | tourism | hospitality | Canterbury Christ Church University | SPEAR | health and communities | impacts | Cultural Olympiad | festival effect | physical activity | legacy | Department of Health | NHS | wellbeing | pride | community | can:22/07/2011:x0003

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Measuring an Olympic and Paralympic Effect on Sport Participation

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An Olympic and Paralympic effect on sport participation has never been robustly measured. 1- Is it possible to find out whether Olympic and Paralympic Games have caused sport participation changes? 2- Can national surveys tell us if sport participation changes are due to the Games? 3- Can thinking about what might have happened without the Games help us to find out if there has been a Games effect on participation?

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HLST | LL2012 | London 2012 | Olympics | Olympic Games | Paralympics | Paralympic Games | Learning Legacies | JISC | HEA | HLSTOER | sport | leisure | tourism | hospitality | Canterbury Christ Church University | SPEAR | measurement | participation | involvement | Sport England | Department of Health | DoH | physical activity | impact | can:22/07/2011:x0002

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