Tina Auerswald

Tina Auerswald
Technische Universität Chemnitz · Department of Sport Science

Master of Science

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Publications (7)
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The aim of this study was to assess physical activity and sedentary behavior, as well as the usage behavior, usability, acceptance, and motivational impact of an applied activity tracker among nursing home residents. Physical activity and usage behavior were measured among 22 residents (68 to 102 years) by use of a commercial activity tracker worn...
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Regular physical activity (PA) is of central importance for healthy aging and has a well-known impact on helping older adults maintain their cognitive and physical health. Thus, we aimed to compare the effectiveness of two physical activity interventions primarily conducted at home (print-based or web-based vs. web-based plus the use of an activity...
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Accelerometers offer opportunities for researchers to capture valid data about the intensity and amount of physical behavior (PB) in real-time over a period of several days and weeks. From this multidimensional data, a great number of metrics can be derived to capture and describe the unique aspects of PB. The goal of this paper is to help the end-...
Conference Paper
The number of dependent elderly living in care institutions such as nursing homes is expected to increase. Reduced mobility and mobility loss represent some of the most common risk factors for the need of care in old age. Accurate quantification of nursing home residents’ physical activity is necessary to derive consensus guidelines as well as exer...
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Background: In 2020, the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) developed into a worldwide pandemic. The course of COVID-19 is diverse, non-specific, and variable: Affected persons suffer from physical, cognitive, and psychological acute and long-term consequences. The symptoms influence everyday life activities, as well as work ability in the short...
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Wir, das „PROMOTE“-Team, sind Teil des AEQUIPA- Präventionsforschungsnetzwerkes. Unser Ziel ist es, seit dem Start des Projekts im Jahr 2015, Erkenntnisse zur Primärprävention für ein gesundes Altern zu erlangen. Ein Schwerpunkt unseres Projektes lag auf der Entwicklung und Verbreitung von gebrauchsfertigen Instrumenten und Arbeitshilfen zur Förder...

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Results of this subproject are of central use for preventing frailty and institutionalization of older adults, as well as for promoting well-being and prevalence of physical activity. Not only older adults will benefit from the results, but also their social network, professionals working with older adults, and policy makers.