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Nordic Sport Science Conference November 22–23, 2017

‘The Double-Edged Sword of Sport: Health Promotion Versus Unhealthy Environments’

This conference is aimed at everyone interested in sports science research and development in the fields of education, psychology, health, sport, society and adapted physical activity. The theme for the conference is ‘The Double-Edged Sword of Sport: Health Promotion Versus Unhealthy Environments’. It is a theme that can be highlighted from several scientific perspectives, focusing on the sphere of sport, the health of young and elderly people and also people with special needs. Furthermore all the opportunities that sport can open and the changes it can bring.

Collaboration is another keyword as the conference is organised in collaboration between SVEBI (Swedish Association for Behavioural and Social Sciences Sports Research), SIPF (Swedish Sports Psychological Association), SNAFA (Swedish Network for Adapted Physical Activity) and Halmstad University. The focus is on the interaction between different research disciplines and hopefully new forms of collaboration between athletes, academics and sports practitioners. We hope for interesting and exciting days with current research and application as well as rewarding meetings with colleagues in the field of sports science.

Deadline for submission of abstracts is prolonged to the 15th of September. 

Conference programmePDF (pdf, 25.3 kB)

Scientific programmePDF (pdf, 67.8 kB)

Book of ProceedingsPDF (pdf, 1.2 MB)

 

Researchers meeting November 21

In conjunction with the Nordic Sports Science Conference, Halmstad University together with SVEBI, SIPF and SNAFA invite you to a researchers meeting, where current topics are presented and discussed. Sign up for the research meeting not later than November 6, by e-mail to krister.hertting@hh.se.

You find the program herePDF (pdf, 74.9 kB).

Logos conference

Abstracts: Find the abstract template under "Download".

Registration and fees

Conference fee as follows:

Early bird, before September 30, members SEK 2,875 (including VAT SEK 575)

Early bird, before September 30, non-members SEK 3,500 (including VAT SEK 700)

After September 30, members SEK 3,500 (including VAT SEK 700)

After September 30, non-members SEK 4 125 (including VAT SEK 825)

Student members SEK 1,500 (including VAT SEK 300)

Student non-members SEK 1,875 (including VAT SEK 375)

One-day price SEK 1,875 (including VAT SEK 375)

One-day price students SEK 875 (including VAT SEK 175)

Dinner SEK 625 (including VAT SEK 125)

Registration deadline November 6, 2017.

Payment by bank transfer for international participants

Account holder: Halmstad University
Bank: Danske Bank Sverige
Box 7523, SE-103 92 STOCKHOLM

IBAN:
SE4612000000012810112657
SWIFT-adress: DABASESX

Please identify the payment with 970202 and your name.

Organisation membership fees

SVEBI: SEK 150/year, SEK 50/year for retirees and students. Send payment to SWISH 0729-635291 or PG account 251821-5. Send details of name, address, telephone number and email address to Anders Östnäs at ostnasanders@gmail.com.

SIPF: SEK 250/ year, SEK 150/year for students. Make payment to bank giro 5377-0392. Send details of name, address, telephone number and e-mail address to kontakt@svenskidrottspsykologi.se.

SNAFA: SEK 150/year. Make payment to bank giro: 5328-2414, Danske Bank. Join SNAFA by filling out the form via the link.

 

Registration

It is no longer possible to register. Last day to register was 8 November at 23.59.

Keynote speakers:
Professor Paul Wylleman, Vrije University Brussels, Sport and Exercise Psychology
Professor Shayke Hutzler, Zinman Wingate Institute, Netanya, Adapted Physical Activity
Associate Professor Solfrid Bratland-Sanda, University College of Southeast Norway,
Behavioral and Social Sciences in Sport
Professor Francesco Botre, Sapienza University of Rome and WADA, Sports Medicine

Updated 2017-11-20