Currently, physical activity is an important tool that may be useful to improve people health and quality of life through sustainable and effective interventions. In order to obtain durable improvements of individuals' behaviors, however, consistent changes in services organization and the creation of new opportunities in life settings are needed. This requires necessarily the involvement of complementary figures with specific competences. Considering their peculiar training curriculum, Movement Sciences graduates represent key figures in this context and they can operate fully in interventions of health education and promotion, within multidisciplinary teams collaborating with the National Health System (NHS), in order to obtain the global undertaking of citizens.
Higher education on physical activity and sport: The Movement Sciences graduate as a resource to promote healthy lifestyles in the National Health System / Liguori, G.; Galle, F.; Di Onofrio, V.; Valeriani, F.; Romano Spica, V.; Romano Spica, V.; Trenti, T.; Pasquarella, C.; Liguori, G.; Fallace, P.; Calimeri, S.; Bono, R.; Privitera, G.; Fabiani, L.; D'Aloisio, F.; Baccari, G.; Leoni, E.; Tafuri, S.; Liguori, G.; Brandi, G.; Gervasi, G.; Dell'Eva, A.; Gradilone, A.; Frangella, C.; La Torre, A.. - In: ANNALI DI IGIENE MEDICINA PREVENTIVA E DI COMUNITÀ. - ISSN 1120-9135. - 31:6(2019), pp. 642-648. [10.7416/ai.2019.2323]
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