SEMINAR: From evidence to practice: using exercise in the treatment of PTSD and other mental disorders, an Australian perspective

KU Leuven

Faculteit Bewegings- en Revalidatiewetenschappen Faculty of Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences


Tuesday November 6th
Lecture by Dr. Simon Rosenbaum

UNSW Sydney
School of Psychiatry

“From evidence to practice:
Using exercise in the treatment of PTSD
and other mental disorders
An Australian perspective”

Dr. Simon Rosenbaum is an NHMRC Early Career Fellow at the University of
New South Wales (UNSW), Honorary Fellow at the Black Dog Institute and George Institute
for Global Health, all at Sydney, Australia. He is Director of the  Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA). Dr. Rosenbaum published over 200 peer-reviewed papers on physical activity and mental health. He is one of the most cited authors in the field and his research receives lots of international media coverage. In his presentation, Dr. Rosenbaum will share his experiences in working with veterans in Australia and the US, first aid responders in Australia and his work with Syrian refugees in Turkey and the Rohinga people in the refugee camps in Bangladesh.

Where & When:
Tuesday November 6th, 2018
Time: 14u – 16u
GHB – ON4.04.0330
​Auditorium ON4
​Herestraat 49
3000 Leuven

Organized by APA/PMT

Prof. dr. Michel Probst
Dr. Davy Vancampfort
Tinne Van Damme

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