Yanni Verhavert

Yanni Verhavert
Vrije Universiteit Brussel | VUB · Movement and Sport Sciences

Master in Physical Education and Movement Sciences

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Introduction
Given the steep increase in incidence and prevalence of burn-out, effective interventions are needed. Improving energy balance related behaviour may be a promising strategy to counter burn-out in high-risk populations, such as secondary school teachers and principals. Therefore, the purpose of my PhD research is to investigate the relationship between energy balance related behaviour (i.e. physical activity, sedentary behaviour and dietary behaviour) and burn-out in secondary school teachers and principals.

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This study validated the International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ) and the Context-specific Sedentary Behavior Questionnaire (CSBQ) against accelerometry among parents-to-be. Sex-differences in potential misreporting of physical activity (PA) and sedentary behavior (SB) were also investigated. Self-reported total PA (TPA), light-intensit...
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Although it is believed that physical activity, sedentary, and dietary behavior (i.e., energy balance-related behavior) may decrease the risk of burn-out, the association between both is currently not well understood. Therefore, the aim of this systematic review was to synthesize studies investigating the relationship between energy balance-related...
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Background: Several studies have shown that the risk of burnout is high for people working in health professions. Many physiotherapists have either suffered from burn out personally or have seen colleagues suffer from it. In Switzerland, there is a lack of evidence concerning the risk factors and symptoms for burnout among physiotherapist.The aim...

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Given the steep increase in incidence and prevalence of burn-out, effective interventions are needed. Improving energy balance related behaviour may be a promising strategy to counter burn-out in high-risk populations, such as secondary school teachers and principals. Therefore, the purpose of this PhD project is to investigate the relationship between energy balance related behaviour (i.e. physical activity, sedentary behaviour and dietary behaviour) and burn-out in secondary school teachers and principals.