Strengthening Sports & Health Monitoring Systems: Future Perspectives, Challenges, Concepts and Necessities

By: Bojan Masanovic
University of Montenegro
Montenegro

Strengthening Sports & Health Monitoring Systems: Future Perspectives, Challenges, Concepts and Necessities

 

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

On behalf of the host, the Physical Activity and Sports Tech for Healthy Lifestyles, the EUFITMOS project team from Faculty for Sport and Physical Education at University of Montenegro and the Conference Organizing Committee, I would like to welcome you to the 4-day interdisciplinary PASTECHL scientific conference to be held in Podgorica, Montenegro, 8th – 11th December 2022. It is planned to be hosted by the Physical Activity and Sports Tech for Healthy Lifestyles, in cooperation with the EUFITMOS project team from Faculty for Sport and Physical Education, University of Montenegro and Western Balkan Sport Innovation Lab, as well as the patronage of the partners who share our vision.

 

We do believe that we will create an exciting program with “Strengthening Sports & Health Monitoring Systems: Future Perspectives, Challenges, Concepts and Necessities” as main theme. The program will consist of keynote speeches, workshops, parallel oral and poster sessions, but we will make sure there will be enough time to catch-up with familiar and unfamiliar colleagues, explore some collaboration options and create new academic networks, which is the main purpose of this kind of the industry oriented and scientific events.

 

We will make sure the topics will offer the target audience a forum for the latest research and both theoretical and applied insight into the field of sports, exercise and health, so this newly developed scientific conference, which had to be held in hybrid format, might bring together national and international physicians, scientists, therapists, trainers and many other interested parties from the fields of sports, exercise and health.

 

We hope to see you in Podgorica, December 8-11!

 

Dr Bojan Mašanović, Conference President

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