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Sander Bliekendaal

Sander Bliekendaal
AERES University of Applied Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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The objective of this study was to describe, from the Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) students' perspective, sports injury prevention practices and map their suggestions for its improvement. In this qualitative study, we conducted 21 semi-structured interviews with PETE students from four different PETE schools in the Netherlands, which...
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Background Injury risk is high in Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) student. Insight in the population’s perspectives on injury prevention supports developing context-driven preventive strategies. Objective The objective was to describe sports injury prevention practices from PETE students’ perspective and map their suggestions for impro...
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The aim of this study was to determine sport‐related injury mechanisms in Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) students. This prospective cohort study (40‐weeks) in first‐year PETE students obtained self‐reported characteristics of injuries (body part, injury setting, injury mechanism and movements related to the cause of injury). Students (...
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Objective The aim of this study was to investigate whether dynamic balance, measured with the anterior component of the Star Excursion Balance Test (SEBT-ANT), is a risk factor for ankle injuries in physical education teacher education (PETE) students. Design and setting A prospective monocentre study in first-year PETE students. Participants A t...
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Objective Medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS) is a common lower extremity overuse injury often causing long-term reduction of sports participation. This study aimed to investigate the incidence and risk factors of MTSS in first-year Dutch Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) students. Methods This prospective study consisted of physical me...
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Introduction Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS) is one of the most common overuse injuries in the lower extremities. MTSS often leads to long lasting complaints and reduced ability to participate in sport activities. This study aims to investigate the prevalence of MTSS and risk factors associated with MTSS in Physical Education Teacher Education...
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Injuries can have a major impact on the physical performance and academic career of physical education teacher education (PETE) students. To investigate the injury problem, risk factors, and the impact of injuries on academic success, 252 PETE students were followed during their first semester. Risk factor analysis was conducted by means of logisti...
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Sports injuries are highly disadvantageous for Physical Education (PE) students, because they can lead to physical discomfort, and absence from sports classes resulting in higher study career costs. To investigate the magnitude of the injury problem in PE students and to explore risk factors for sustaining an injury. A prospective cohort study with...

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De openbare ruimte biedt veel kansen om mensen aan het bewegen en sporten te krijgen en daarmee gezondheidswinst te realiseren. Er wordt echter zelden onderzocht hoe men daadwerkelijk gebruik maakt van openbare sport- en beweegplekken. Deze inzichten zijn nodig om op termijn optimaal gebruik te kunnen maken van de openbare ruimte in de strijd tegen overgewicht en bewegingsarmoede. Dit onderzoek beoogt hieraan bij te dragen door kennis te ontwikkelen over het gebruik van openbare sport- en beweegplekken. Onderzocht wordt hoe de fysieke kenmerken van openbare sport- en beweegplekken gerelateerd zijn aan het beweeggedrag van gebruikers. Ook wordt onderzocht in welke mate het organiseren van sportactiviteiten het gebruik van dergelijke plekken beïnvloedt.
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We are developing knowledge on incidence, aetiology and prevention of sport-related injuries in PETE students.