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NCSEM/FSEM Seminar Series

Bookings are now open for our first online seminar series, in partnership with the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine.

Running over four Thursday evenings in April, this series of free webinars will explore current issues relevant to all SEM practitioners. Featuring presentations from leading clinicians and academics as well as those with lived experience and covering topics including mental health and COVID-19 recovery, these seminars will deliver engaging, informative content that will help improve your practice.

(This series replaces the NCSEM/FSEM 2020 Conference)

Book your place now by completing the booking form and selecting the dates you would like to attend.

(Please note, event times may vary)

Thursday 08 April – Physical Activity and Maternal Health

7.30 – 9.00pm – Chair: Dr Eleanor Tillett. Speakers: Dr Hayley Mills, Dr Lou Atkinson, Dr Amal Hassan, TBC

This seminar will explore current pre and post pregnancy activity guidance, as well as social and individual influences on engagement including COVID-19. We will consider contraindications to exercise, and listen to the vital contribution of lived experience.

Thursday 15 April – Physical Activity and Cancer Prehabilitation and Rehabilitation

Details coming soon

Thursday 22 April – Physical Activity and Mental Health

6.00 – 7.30pm – Chair: TBC. Speakers: Prof. Simon Gilbody, Dr Florence Kinnafick, Ellie Wildbore

This seminar will examine drivers of health inequalities for people with serious mental illness, and explore physical activity interventions in secure settings. There will also be the opportunity to hear lived experience of how physical activity can transform mental health.

Thursday 29 April – Physical Activity and COVID-19 Recovery

Details coming soon

 

Book your place now by completing the booking form and selecting the dates you would like to attend. For any issues with booking, please contact enquiries@fsem.ac.uk.

Delivered in partnership with the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine.