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#Sport #Gesundheit #Digital. Der Kongress zu Chancen und Risiken der Digitalisierung in Sport und Gesundheit

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In ihrem 50. Jubiläumsjahr lud die Technische Universität Kaiserslautern am 26. und 27. November 2020 zu einem Höhepunkt ein: dem Kongress #Sport #Gesundheit #Digital. Für zwei Tage wurden im Rahmen eines Online-Forums gemeinsam die Themenfelder Sport, Gesundheit und Digitalisierung diskutiert. Wir freuen uns sehr, dass die Techniker Krankenkasse die TUK als Ausrichter der Veranstaltung besonders unterstützt hat. #SGD – Der Kongress setzte an der Schnittstelle von Sport, Gesundheit und Digitalisierung an und beleuchtete Chancen und Möglichkeiten, die durch das Zusammenspiel dieser Disziplinen entstehen können. Gleichzeitig wurden Risiken und Herausforderungen der digitalen Entwicklungen in Sport und Gesundheit betrachtet und perspektivisch mit Blick in die Zukunft analysiert. Hochkarätige Beiträge aus Wissenschaft und Praxis aus allen für das Themenspektrum relevanten Fachrichtungen sorgten für ein hohes Maß an Abwechslung und Transfer. Der Kongress richtete sich dabei nicht nur an Personen aus Wissenschaft und Praxis der Bereiche Gesundheitswesen und -management, Medizin und Psychologie. Ebenso angesprochen wurden Übungsleitende und Angehörige aus Hochschulsport und Sportwissenschaft, Studierende und Mitarbeitende aller bezogenen Fachrichtungen sowie alle allgemein interessierten Personen. Der vorliegende Kongressband stellt die Sammlung der Kongressinhalte dar. Neben den schriftlichen Beiträgen lassen sich hier auch Impressionen der Kongresstage und die Vorträge als interaktiv eingebundene Videos finden.
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