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9:00
Welcome

Warm up exercise on Sli.do

  • Being healthy is not a task of education
  • A healthy mind resides in a healthy body
  • Physical exercises should be integrated into every school subject

Opening – musculoskeletal health for future generations
Ulrike Bollmann, Institute for Work and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV) – Coordinator ENETOSH

Lorenzo Munar, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) – Leader of EU-OSHAs campaign 2020-22

09:15
Musculoskeletal diseases – a problem for children and
adolescents?
Kerstin Schmidt & Paul Schmidt, BioMath GmbH, Results from a scoping review on musculoskeletal disorders among children and young people

  • What is the prevalence among children and young people?
  • What are the main risk factors?

09:35
Lorna Taylor
, JollyBack, UK, How to deal with the problem?
Experiences of a Chartered Paediatric Physiotherapist

09:50
Health promotion as an integral part of school development – a dialogue
Anette Schulz, Schools for Health in Europe Network Foundation (SHE), Denmark
Peter Paulus, Leuphana University, Good Healthy School (GHS),
Germany

  • Commonalities & differences between the SHE and the Good Healthy School approach in preventing musculoskeletal disorders and promoting good health

10:10
Implementation of physical activities in schools
Heinz Hundeloh, Senior expert, Germany, Better schools by promoting exercise and preventing MSDs in school

  • The importance of exercise for learning, health and development
  • Factors for a successful implementation of physical activities in schools

10:20
A strategic approach to MSDs prevention in schools –
Breakouts

  • Task: What would need to happen in your own institution to make physical activity an integral part of your organisation's development? Do you already have experience with integrating physical activity in schools? For example, what does it mean to take the six principles into account in your work, e.g., to enter into a cooperation with the Sports Federation?
  • Report from the Breakout groups: Our core-message for sustainable MSDs prevention…

11:05
BREAK

11:20
Education for Sustainability (EfS) – Keynote speech
Arjen Wals, Wageningen University, The Netherlands: Transformative Learning for socio-ecological sustainability using the Whole-School-Approach
asked by Maria Klotz, Institute for Work and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), for consequences for
education and training in occupational safety and health

12:00
Panel
Anette Schulz, Schools for Health in Europe Foundation (SHE), Denmark
Peter Paulus, Leuphana University, Germany
Arjen Wals, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
moderated by Tim Tregenza, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA)

  • How do the approaches Education for Sustainability (EfS) and Mainstreaming OSH into education complement each other?
  • What role does the promotion of physical education play in EfS?
  • How can EfS and mainstreaming OSH into education ensure quality education?
  • Strategically, how can EfS and mainstreaming OSH into education be implemented in schools at the same time?

12:20
Questions & Answers from the audience

Need for joint action

12:30
Start of Networking via Wonder.me

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