6th International Conference on Sports Science and Health
"Increasing Capacity, Sinergy, and Productivity of Sport to Accelerate the Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery"
The year 2022 is the year when people begin to rise from the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic that occurred for approximately 2 years before this. During the pandemic there was a lot of weakening of activities in various sectors. The weakening led to the community's economy. The sports sector is also feeling the impact. Where all sports activities encounter obstacles such as sports competition activities, sports training, sports education and sports health services to the community. These obstacles have an impact on the economic decline of sports players. However, in 2022, all sporting activities are slowly restarting but still with due observance of health and safety protocols. Therefore, it is necessary to have discussions and access references to provide knowledge in starting activities in the sports sector after the Covid-19 Pandemic. Because indeed sports actors need to get mental support, knowledge and direction to start reviving sports activities in order to accelerate economic recovery. The Faculty of Sports Science, State University of Malang welcomes you to join the 6th International Conference on Sports Sciences and Health (6th ICCSH 2022). This conference focuses on how aspects of sport and health deal with issues in management, technology and innovation of sports and education as well as in scientific issues. Collaboration and knowledge sharing will be a great opportunity to overcome potential challenges that grow dynamically following the development of sports after the Covid-19 Pandemic.
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Prof Michael Chia
Professor Michael Chia is Professor of Paediatric Exercise Science at the National Institute of Education (NIE), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) where he served as the Dean for Faculty Affairs for 7 years (July 2011 to June 2018). He previously headed the Physical Education and Sports Science Group (July 2006-June 2010) and was concurrently, the Chairman of the NTU Healthy Lifestyle committee (2005-2010).
Prof Hans Westerbeek
Hans Westerbeek is Professor of International Sport Business and Head of the Sport Business Insights Group, and came to VU 10 years ago as the founding Director of the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Active Living (ISEAL) (now Institute for Health & Sport). He then took on the role of Dean of the College of Sport and Exercise Science followed by heading up the VU-wide sport strategy as Pro-Vice Chancellor Sport.
Dr. David Chorney
Dr. David Chorney is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education, Department of Secondary Education at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Canada. His active research program focuses on physical education teacher education (PETE); curriculum theorizing in physical education as well as technology integration within the teaching of physical and health education.
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Selected paper will published in
Journal of Physical Education and Sports (JPES) Q3 published in Special Issue
Jurnal SPORTIF (SINTA 2)
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