Clarence Perez-Diaz

Clarence Perez-Diaz
University of Granada | UGR · Department of Physical Education Faculty of Sport Science

PhD

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BACKGROUND: The International Swimming Federation (FINA), Continental Swimming Federations (CFs) and National Swimming Federations (NFs) oversee a high number of athletes and have a duty to protect their health and also an opportunity to improve public health through their activities. METHODS: A descriptive transversal survey was circulated among t...
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BACKGROUND: The International Swimming Federation (FINA), Continental Swimming Federations (CFs) and National Swimming Federations (NFs) oversee a high number of athletes and have a duty to protect their health and also an opportunity to improve public health through their activities. METHODS: A descriptive transversal survey was circulated among t...
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Family physical activity can have beneficial effects on the physical condition of parents and children. Method: Uncontrolled longitudinal intervention study. 152 children aged 3 to 10 years (79 Boys: 5.60 ± 2.20 yr., 73 Girls: 6.90 ± 2.20 yr.) and 112 parents aged 30 to 40 years (36 Parents: 41.87 ± 4.45 yr.; 76 Mothers: 40.01 ± 2.96 yr.). They car...
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Objective: To determine the profile of the medical personnel, priorities and activities/researches of the European National Swimming Federations respect to the protection of their athletes’ health and their role in the promotion of health in the general population. Method: A cross-sectional descriptive survey was circulated among the 51 European Na...
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International organisations worldwide are becoming more interested in promoting health through sport. Event participation among African swimmers are increasing. However, athletes from these countries might have limited access to health prevention programmes, and medical personnel structure within their NFs and national teams. A descriptive transver...
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Introduction: National Swimming Federations (NFs) supervise a large number of athletes and have the duty to protect their health that implies also the opportunity to improve public health. Objective: 1) To determine if the health professionals, the priorities, activities, and researches of the Pan-American NFs are focused on protecting athletes’ he...
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Challenges and Needs of National Swimming Federations in the Promotion of Health Abstract: This study focuses on the current challenges faced by the National Swimming Federations (NFs) with respect to challenges and needs of their NFs in the promotion of health in their domestic population and elite athletes. A descriptive transversal survey was ci...
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There is a lack of studies on the role of NFs in (i) the field of health promotion among the general population and (ii) protection of their elite athletes. This begs two questions: Is the promotion of health in the general population a priority for the NFs? Are NFs from developing countries vs developed countries attending international events wit...
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There is a lack of studies on the role of NFs in (i) the field of health promotion among the general population and (ii) protection of their elite athletes. This begs two questions: Is the promotion of health in the general population a priority for the NFs? Are NFs from developing countries vs developed countries attending international events wit...
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Objective To determine the profile of the medical personnel, priorities and activities/researches of the European National Swimming Federations respect to the protection of their athletes’ health and their role in the promotion of health in the general population. Method A cross-sectional descriptive survey was circulated among the 51 European Nat...

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