The main purpose of the Exercise in Medicine Seminar in Trondheim is to discuss recent progress in using exercise as medicine in an informal and intimate setting. The seminar brings together young and experienced researchers in the field of epidemiology, clinical cardiology, exercise in medicine and basic mechanism of cardiovascular function.

The program includes sessions on how to make the world active enough, exercise and brain health, and also advice on how to deal with the media from the well-known journalist Gretchen Reynolds of The New York Times.

For full detailed program and further info, please click here.

Exercise in Medicine is hosted by the K. G. Jebsen Center of Exercise in Medicine/Cardiac Exercise Research Group in collaboration with NORHEART. Refund of travel expenses is available to all student members of NORHEART.

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