International Seminar - Keep on Running

Exploring running behavior in individuals and groups
We will discuss the topic of recreational running in Portugal from a broad and comprehensive viewpoint. In the morning, the program will provide a scientific approach to running behavior, including the presentation of a new research project led by FMH: KOR - Keep on Running. In the afternoon, the approach will be more diverse and aimed to all those interested in running and running events, finishing with an important round table to discuss the future of running in Portugal. The event includes as special guests Mário Machado, Heather Patrick and Rakel Eva Sævarsdóttir, among many other experts. Free registration is now available! Thursday, 30 June 2016 from 09:00 to 17:30.
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  • 30 June

Pedro Teixeira

Research Group Director
FMH - Lisboa
Pedro J. Teixeira, Ph.D. is Full Professor and Director of the Physical Activity, Nutrition, and Obesity (PANO) – Self-Regulation joint research group at the University of Lisbon, CIPER / Faculty of Human Kinetics. His research focuses on behavioral and motivational theory and determinants of physical activity, diet, and obesity, and on health behavior change and weight control interventions. He has published 2 books, and authored several book chapters and over 70 international peer-reviewed articles.

30 June

Mario Machado

Founder of Spiridon Magazine, Ultra Marathon Athlete
Spiridon Magazine

30 June

Heather Patrick

Senior Director, Program Development
Envolve PeopleCare
As Senior Director of Program Development, Dr. Heather Patrick is responsible for defining, creating, evaluating, optimizing and managing Envolve PeopleCare's portfolio of programs in mobile health and corporate wellness. She leads the development of several product lines that translate evidence-based best practices into diet, physical activity, weight management, tobacco cessation and stress management interventions using a variety of mobile health platforms. Dr. Patrick earned her PhD in Social Psychology in 2003 and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity in 2004 before serving on the faculty at Baylor College of Medicine (2004-2006) and the University of Rochester (2006-2009). Before joining Envolve PeopleCare in 2014, Dr. Patrick was a Health Scientist/Program Director at the US National Cancer Institute and the Associate Director of the SmokeFree.Gov Initiative (2009-2014). She has more than 12 years of scientific expertise and experience in developing and evaluating evidence-based programs to support behavior change and maintenance. She currently has over 40 scientific publications and is engaged with several leading organizations in the fields of public health and social sciences including domestic and international professional organizations, government entities and the World Health Organization.

30 June

30 June

Rakel Eva Sævarsdóttir

Innovation and Business Development
November Project, University of Iceland

30 June

Gonçalo Uva

Project Manager
sports by tlc

30 June

Lourenço Menezes

Director
sports by tlc
Diretor na sports by tlc, área de negócio do grupo events by tlc, empresa que se destaca no segmento de eventos corporate internacional com presença em Portugal, Espanha e Brasil. Experiência em eventos como a Champions League, FIFA World Cup, Volvo Ocean Race. Também na organização de eventos próprios como a IMEXrun Frankfurt e Las Vegas, a B2RUN circuito europeu de corridas para empresas e Triatlo Internacional Challenge Family. Uso do desporto para ligar marcas aos seus consumidores, desenvolvendo pessoas e organizações na atração de eventos para os destinos Ibero-Americanos.


Director in sports by tlc a business division of events by tlc group , leading company on international corporate events, present in Portugal, Spain and Brazil. Experience in events like Champions League, FIFA World Cup, Volvo Ocean Race. Own event organization as IMEXrun Frankfurt and Las Vegas, the B2RUN European corporate run circuit and the International Triathlon Challenge Family. The use of sports to connect brands to their audiences, developing people, organizations and attracting events to the Ibero-American destinations.

30 June

Paulo Armada

Assistant Professor at Faculty of Human Kinetics
FMH - Lisboa
Academic Degrees:
  • Post-Doc: Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas Abel Salazar - University of Porto
  • PhD in Sport Sciences – The University of Birmingham
  • Degree in Educação Especial e Reabilitação - Faculty of Human Kinetics, University of Lisbon

30 June

Duarte Araujo

Director, Laboratory of Expertise in Sport
FMH - Lisboa
Duarte Araújo is the director of the Laboratory of Expertise in Sport of the Faculty of Human Kinetics at University of Lisbon, Portugal.
Araújo is the president of the Portuguese Society of Sport Psychology and a member of the National Council of Sports of Portugal. His research on sport expertise and decision-making, and affordances for physical activity has been funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia.
Araújo published more than 100 papers in highly scientific journals mainly about expertise, team performance, variability, cognition and decision-making. Prof. Araújo supervises several doctoral students from Portugal, Italy and Australia and he has been invited worldwide to talk about expert performance.
Duarte Araújo is a marathon runner.

30 June

Eliana Carraça

Researcher at Faculty of Human Kinetics
FMH - Lisboa
Eliana Carraça is a post-doctoral researcher within the Physical Activity, Nutrition, and Obesity (PANO) – Self-Regulation joint research group at the University of Lisbon, CIPER / Faculty of Human Kinetics. She has a PhD in Sport Sciences - Health and Fitness, a MSc in Exercise and Health, and a Degree in Sport Sciences, all obtained at the University of Lisbon/Faculty of Human Kinetics. Her current research focuses on the shared self-regulatory processes underlying weight-related behaviors, physical activity and eating behavior.

30 June

António Palmeira

Research Associate
FMH - Lisboa
António L Palmeira is a Research Associate of the Physical Activity, Nutrition, and Obesity (PANO) – Self-Regulation joint research group at the University of Lisbon, CIPER / Faculty of Human Kinetics, coordinating the NoHoW project. Additionally he is an Associate Professor at University Lusófona and the Executive Director of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. He has published 34 international peer-reviewed papers on the areas of behavior change and exercise psychology.

30 June

Jorge Vieira

President
Federação Portuguesa de Atletismo

30 June

Paulo Rocha

Invited Professor
FMH - Lisboa

30 June

Carla Ribeiro

Sports Division
Câmara Municipal de Oeiras

30 June

Cristina Caetano

Executive Director
Ginásio Clube Português

30 June

Hugo Sousa

General Director
HMS Sports

30 June

Paulo Passos Leite

COO
sports by tlc

30 June

Instituto Português do Desporto e Juventude

O IPDJ, I. P., tem por missão a execução de uma política integrada e descentralizada para as áreas do desporto e da juventude, em estreita colaboração com entes públicos e privados, designadamente com organismos desportivos, associações juvenis, estudantis e autarquias locais.

O IPDJ, I. P., intervém na definição, execução e avaliação da política pública do desporto, promovendo a generalização do desporto, bem como o apoio à prática desportiva regular e de alto rendimento, através da disponibilização de meios técnicos, humanos e financeiros. A preservação da ética no desporto é ainda um dos escopos essenciais do IPDJ, I. P.

De igual modo, o IPDJ, I. P., visa dinamizar o apoio ao associativismo, ao voluntariado e promoção da cidadania, à ocupação de tempos livres, à educação não formal, à informação e à mobilidade geográfica dos jovens em Portugal e no estrangeiro. Propõe-se, ainda, revitalizar o turismo jovem, em particular no que respeita à rede de pousadas da juventude e ao Cartão Jovem, de modo a incrementar a mobilidade, com ganhos de eficiência e economia.

B2RUN

Novidade em Portugal! A primeira corrida das empresas terá lugar a 15 de Setembro no MEO Arena em Lisboa.


A B2RUN é um sucesso internacional com mais de 10 anos. Nasceu na Alemanha, no Estádio Olímpico de Munique, e alastrou-se depois pelos principais países do centro da Europa. O conceito é simples: um evento para empresas com uma corrida de 6 Km, realizada ao redor de um grande estádio ou arena da cidade, que termina em ambiente de networking e convívio, com animação e música no local.


Em 2016, este evento criado pelo grupo Infront, chega a Portugal pelas mãos da agência portuguesa sports by tlc, esta oportunidade única de aliar a prática desportiva informal à envolvente empresarial. É nesta aposta no desporto para uma mudança positiva de cultura empresarial que a B2RUN acredita, desafiando as empresas a serem pioneiras na introdução do novo conceito de “sweatworking” no nosso país.

Todas as informações sobre a B2RUN estão disponíveis no site B2RUN, nas páginas no FacebookLinkedin, Youtube, Instagram e no Twitter.

Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia

A Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) é a ag�ncia pública nacional de apoio à investigação em ciência, tecnologia e inovação, em todas as áreas do conhecimento. Tutelada pelo Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia e Ensino Superior, a FCT iniciou atividades em agosto de 1997 sucedendo à Junta Nacional de Investigação Científica e Tecnológica (JNICT). Desde 1 de março de 2012, a FCT sucede à UMIC – Agência para a Sociedade do Conhecimento, I.P. na responsabilidade pela coordenação das políticas públicas para a Sociedade da Informação em Portugal. Em 1 de outubro de 2013, a FCT assumiu as atribuições e competências da Fundação para a Computação Científica Nacional (FCCN).

Oeiras Marca O Ritmo

Oeiras is a municipality in western part of the Lisbon Metropolitan Area, subregion of Greater Lisbon, in continental Portugal. It is part of the urban agglomeration of Lisbon.

Universidade de Lisboa

Organization
The Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa) founded on July 2013 has been the result of a merger process between the former Technical University of Lisbon (UTL) and the University of Lisbon (UL). ULisboa extends the continuity of both institutions recognized scientific and cultural traditions.

As a privileged space of science and knowledge, the ULisboa is today, one of the major institutions of Higher Education in Europe and one of the leading University in the country.

ULisboa is deeply involved with Portuguese society and with Lisbon Metropolitan Area. So we cannot dissociate ULisboa from the city where it is situated – Lisboa.

In 1288, the first Portuguese University was established in Lisbon. In 1537, the University was transferred to Coimbra. From the late eighteenth century, higher education was reestablished in the capital, Lisbon. With the first Republic , in 1911, University of Lisbon was born and, later on, in 1930, was founded, the Technical University of Lisbon , both resulting from more than seven centuries of history.

History that was heritage by the ULisboa .

Grupo de investigação 'Self-Regulation of Heatlh Behavior Change’ - CIPER

Organization

A Rational for Studying Running Adherence

09:00 09:30 FMH-ULisboa

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Running Myths? Longevity and Risks of Excessive Training - Paulo Armada

09:30 10:00 FMH-ULisboa

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How Runners Get Embodied - Embedded in Green Exercise

10:00 10:30 FMH-ULisboa

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Coffee Break

10:30 11:00 FMH-ULisboa

Understanding Running Motivation

11:00 11:45 FMH-ULisboa

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How to Measure Motivation for Running

11:45 12:00 FMH-ULisboa

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Introducing Project 'KOR: Keep on Running'

12:00 12:30 FMH-ULisboa

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Lunch

12:30 13:30 FMH-ULisboa

Running as a Social Movement: The November Project

13:30 14:30 FMH-ULisboa

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Runner's Guide to Digital Technology

14:30 14:50 FMH-ULisboa

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Stand-up Break

14:50 15:00 FMH-ULisboa

Democratização da Corrida e História da Corrida em Portugal

15:00 15:45 FMH-ULisboa

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Apresentação da B2RUN Portugal

15:45 16:00 FMH-ULisboa

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Mesa Redonda

16:00 17:30 FMH-ULisboa

Moderador:
Paulo Rocha - Instituto Português do Desporto e Juventude
Jorge Vieira - Presidente da Federação Portuguesa de Atletismo

Componentes:
Carla Ribeiro - Câmara Municipal de Oeiras
Cristina Caetano - Ginásio Clube Português
Hugo Sousa - HMS Sports
Paulo Leite - Triathlon Lisboa / Challenge Lisboa 
Pedro Lucas - Runner's World Portugal
Pedro Rocha - Programa Nacional de Marcha e Corrida

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Encerramento

17:30 18:00 FMH-ULisboa