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Research Centre for Studies in Human Motricity
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Type of institution
The Research centre for studies in Human Motricity includes studies regarding the role of physical activity on improvement of quality of life specific to ageing using physical exercises. We organise programmes of physical activity that are facile. This contributes to the reduction of the social and financial cost of care programmes and to prevent the decrease in health of older people. A multi-disciplinary team participates in research. RCSHM has been created to contribute to the research of functional aspects in ageing, the impact of physical activity and to obtain social and medical supports for this activity. Director of the research centre is Conf. Dr. Ligia Rusu, sport medicine physician . RCSHM is a part of the University of Craiova.
Development of movement study, application of physical exercises in a prophylactic way and therapeutic effects in older people, biomechanic and functional assessment of older people, assessment of the role of kinetic programmes in reducing the development of biological and functional changes in ageing. To approach the relationships between biological studies, macro and micro assesments and the effects of physical exercises in older people. To approach the relationships between the results of pharmacological support in ageing and physical activity.
Main research areas
Geriatric assessment. Kinesyologic research regarding functional activity in older people. Nutritional studies and physical activity. Osteoporoses. Pyschological assessment. The ageing brain. Motor learning in ageing. Assessment of environmental factors that affect quality of life and how we can reduce the effects of these factors using physical activity. Organising health services research and care. Occupational therapy in older people. Adapted physical activity in older people. Education of older people.
Research Centre of Human MotricityUniversity of
Faculty of Physical Education and kinesiologySt