Webinar Prof. Dr. Jean-Sébastien Roy

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De zomer van 2021 kondigt zich aan en daarbij hoort ook de lancering van ons jaarlijks event.

Op maandag 1 juni 2021 om 19:30 ontvangen wij Prof. Dr. Jean-Sébastien Roy. We hebben de uitzonderlijke mogelijkheid om een lezing van deze specialist uit Québec (Can) aan te bieden. Hij zal spreken overvolgend topic: “Improving self-efficacy in patients with rotator cuff-related shoulder pain”.

De lezing wordt aangeboden als een ‘open online lecture’ en is dus toegankelijk voor iedereen.

Schoudernetwerk leden hebben de mogelijkheid gratis aan deze avond deel te nemen. Niet leden betalen 40€ en studenten kunnen genieten van 30€ korting door gebruik te maken van de kortingscode: “student2021” tijdens hun inschrijving (op voorwaarde dat ze zich inschrijven met gebruik van hun e-mailadres van de onderwijsinstelling).

We zien jullie dus graag online op maandag 1 juni vanaf 19u30!

== Korte Bio ==

Jean-Sébastien is a researcher at theCentre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation and Social Integration (CIRRIS) and a Professor in the Rehabilitation Department at Unversité Laval (Quebec City, Canada). His research interests lie in defining the central (neural) and peripheral (joint-level) factors associated with the onset and chronicization of shoulder disorders, and in evaluating the effects of rehabilitations approaches to prevent or rehabilitate shoulder disorders. He has published over 120 articles in peer-reviewed journals and 7 book chapters, mainly on neuromuscular and biomechanical mechanisms of musculoskeletal disorders, and has given over 50 presentations at national and international conferences. Before being involved full time in research, he has worked for 10 years as a physical therapist at the Université Laval Hospital, specializing in the treatment of shoulder disorders.

== Korte inhoud ==

We now know that most persistent shoulder pain cannot be linked conclusively to a specific pathoanatomical driver and that the strongest risk factors for developing persistent shoulder pain are not related to the injury itself. In fact, the etiology of persistent shoulder pain is likely multifactorial, and may include interaction of numerous factors. From that, we will discuss in which cases specific interventions should be used and in which cases the interventions should be more global. We will also discuss the hypothesis that interventions built around global education and exercise to improve the patient’s self-efficacy might be the key in most cases of persistent should pain.

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Dinsdag 1 juni om 19:30

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Online Zoom

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Lezing Dr. JS Roy: “Improving self-efficacy in patients with rotator cuff-related shoulder pain

Title:
Event “Improving self-efficacy in patients with rotator cuff-related shoulder pain” – Jean-Sebastien Roy (Quebec – Canada)

Time:
01-06-2021 19:30

Timezone:
Europe/Brussels