Marina Dobnik

Marina Dobnik
University of Primorska | UP · Department of Health Study

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Wrist-worn consumer-grade activity trackers are popular devices, developed mainly for personal use. This study aimed to explore the validity, reliability and sensitivity to change of movement behaviors metrics from three activity trackers (Polar Vantage M, Garmin Vivoactive 4s and Garmin Vivosport) in controlled and free-living conditions when worn...
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See paper : Validity, Reliability and Sensitivity to Change of Three Consumer-Grade Activity Trackers in Controlled and Free-Living Conditions among Older Adults
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Musculoskeletal disorders are an important cause of absenteeism and long-term absence from work. Musculoskeletal disorders are partly caused by aging, but mainly by inappropriate working environments, insufficient physical activity and prolonged sitting. The COVID-19 epidemic has affected all of these aspects: it increased the amount of teleworking...
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BACKGROUND Wrist worn consumer-grade activity trackers are popular devices, developed mainly for personal use, but with the potential to be used also for clinical and research purposes. OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to explore the validity, reliability and sensitivity to change of movement behaviours metrics from three popular activity...
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Purpose: The aim of the article is to define the injury risk factors in physical/sports activity and how they may correlate. Methods: A systematic review of electronic databases MEDLINE, Google Scholar, ScienceDirect and Cinahl in May 2015 has provided potentially suitable articles, 10 of which were deemed original for a further detailed review....

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www.pkmo.si Musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) and psychosocial risks (PR) at the workplace are the main cause of occupational disability, absence from work, and early retirement. MSD are partly the result of the degenerative processes that occur during aging, but also duo to inappropriate workplace settings, poor lifestyle, the obesity epidemic, low physical activity and sedentary behaviour among the working-age population. European guidelines recommends prevention as the most important element for managing and eliminating work-related MSD and PR. With an aim to reduce the incidence of MSD and PR in Slovenia the project “Promotion of activities to prevent musculoskeletal disorders and psychosocial risk at the workplace” (PKMO) was established. PKMO project runs jointly by the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ) and the University of Primorska, Faculty of Health Sciences. PKMO implements a holistic approach to prevent and manage the incidence of work-related MSD and psychosocial risk using a range of systematic activities: workplace ergonomics, physical activity and psychological interventions, all included in a friendly e-tool (www.pkmo.si). Disclaimer: Projekt »Promocija aktivnosti za preprečevanje kostno-mišičnih obolenj in psihosocialnih tveganj pri delu«. Naložbo financirata Evropska unija iz Evropskega socialnega sklada ter Republika Slovenija, Ministrstvo za delo, družino, socialne zadeve in enake možnosti. Projekt se izvaja v okviru Operativnega programa za izvajanje Evropske kohezijske politike v obdobju 2014–2020, v okviru 8. prednostne osi: »Spodbujanje zaposlovanja in transnacionalna mobilnost delovne sile«, 8.3. prednostne naložbe: »Aktivno in zdravo staranje«, 8.3.1. specifičnega cilja »Podaljševanje in izboljšanje delovne aktivnosti starejših, vključenih v ukrepe«.