Pós-Graduação
Stricto sensu

Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy

Health Promotion-Related Exercise

Londrina – PR

About Us

The Strictu Sensu Graduate Program in Health Promotion-Related Exercise started its activities in March/2012 and consists of a pioneering initiative of professional master’s degree in the area of Physical Education and Physiotherapy. The program is offered in in-class modality, a the unit UNOPAR/Pizza, in the city of Londrina, Paraná. In the last quadrennium it was evaluated by CAPES with concept 4.

Master of Science offers 20 vacancies and Doctor of Philosophy offers 10 vacancies annually for regular students. Registrations for the selection process are carried out in the months of October/November of each year and the tests are held occur in the month of December. The selection process is made up of knowledge Test involving issues related to the theme “Physical exercise in Health Promotion”, analysis of Curriculum Vitae and Interview.

Goals

  • Acting in professional training already inserted in the labor market directed to physical exercise in the health promotion, so as to contribute to the purchase of higher complexity level of intervention in its routine of service;
  • To offer the opportunity of continued formation with a vision of a multidisciplinary performance for creation, mobilization and consolidation of technical-scientific competences oriented to prescription and the orientation of physical exercise on health promotion in different life cycles; and
  • Provide conditions for development and improvement of methods, techniques, processes and products related to professional activities associated with physical exercise in health promotion.

Target Audience

Graduated students in Physical Education, Sports, Physiotherapy, Medicine, Nutrition and related areas.

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Fields of Research

Methods and protocols related to the prescription of physical exercise

Professional intervention and scientific research that can ensure the incorporation and/or development of methods and evaluation protocols, prescription and guidance of physical exercise programs related to health promotion in its different dimensions: prevention/control of illness and health rehabilitation.

Research Topics

Research Topic 1 – Preventive Dimensions of physical exercise: Approach of methods and protocols related to the practice of physical exercise at a young age, in adults and in the elderly associated with biological and behavioral indicators that may reflect on the prevention and control of chronic non-communicable diseases, being described as an important adjuvant in the proposition and in the development of programs and projects for health promotion; and

Research Topic 2 – Therapeutic Dimensions of physical exercise: Approach of methods and protocols related to the practice of physical exercise at a young age, in adults and in the elderly associated with biological and behavioral indicators that may reflect on the prevention and control of chronic non-communicable diseases, being described as an important adjuvant in the proposition and in the development of programs and projects for health promotion.

Courses

Master of Science

Compulsory Courses
  • Physical activity and physical fitness in health promotion / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Scientific methodology and preparation of projects / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Advanced Topics in physiology of Physical Exercise / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
Elective Courses - General Major
  • Biostatistics / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Bioethics / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Physical growth, development and biological maturation/45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Supervised Traineeship in Teaching / 30 Hours – 2 Credits
  • Instruments of assessment and intervention in Physical Exercise / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Special Topics in Nutrition and Physical Exercise / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
Elective Courses - Specific Major
  • Physical exercise at a young age / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Physical exercise at an adult age / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Physical exercise and aging / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Physical exercise in musculoskeletal Dysfunctions / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Physical exercise in Cardiometabolic and Respiratory Dysfunctions / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Injuries associated to Physical Exercise / 45 Hours – 3 Credits

Doctor of Philosophy

Compulsory Courses
  • Physical activity and physical fitness in health promotion / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Scientific methodology and preparation of projects / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Advanced Topics in physiology of Physical Exercise / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
Elective Courses - General Major
  • Biostatistics / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Bioethics / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Physical growth, development and biological maturation/45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Supervised Traineeship in Teaching / 30 Hours – 2 Credits
  • Instruments of assessment and intervention in Physical Exercise / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Special Topics in Nutrition and Physical Exercise / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
Elective Courses - Specific Major
  • Physical exercise at a young age / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Physical exercise at an adult age / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Physical exercise and aging / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Physical exercise in musculoskeletal Dysfunctions / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Physical exercise in Cardiometabolic and Respiratory Dysfunctions / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
  • Injuries associated to Physical Exercise / 45 Hours – 3 Credits
Final Paper

The postulant to the title of Professional Master’s Degree in physical exercise in Health Promotion shall prepare and submit to a Board of Examination report of his or her technical-scientific production , which should contain the results of scientific studies developed with his or her advisor and technical production outlined and completed during the course.

The technical production should be linked to the proposition of immediate solution of real problems in the working environment and can be presented in different formats: (a) technical publication in book form, manual operation, practical guide, didactic book; (b) development of applications; (c) the production of electronic media; (d) Construction of software; (e) definition of prototypes to production equipment; and (f) idealization of project of technological innovation.

Faculty Directory

OCCUPATION AREA 1

Alex Silva Ribeiro, PhD.

Alex Silva Ribeiro, PhD.

Lattes E-Mail alex.sribeiro@kroton.com.br

Andreo Fernando Aguiar, PhD.

Andreo Fernando Aguiar, PhD.

Lattes E-Mail andreo.aguiar1@unopar.br

Dartagnan Pinto Guedes, PhD.

Dartagnan Pinto Guedes, PhD.

Lattes E-Mail dartagnan@unopar.br

Ezequiel Moreira Gonçalves, PhD.

Ezequiel Moreira Gonçalves, PhD.

Lattes E-Mail emaildozeique@gmail.com

Raphael Gonçalves de Oliveira, PhD.

Raphael Gonçalves de Oliveira, PhD.

Lattes E-Mail rgoliveira@uenp.edu.br

OCCUPATION AREA 2

Carlos Augusto Marçal Camillo, PhD.

Carlos Augusto Marçal Camillo, PhD.

Lattes E-Mail carlos.camillo@kroton.com.br

Juliano Casonatto, PhD.

Juliano Casonatto, PhD.

Lattes E-Mail juliano.casonatto@unopar.br

Márcio Rogério de Oliveira, PhD.

Márcio Rogério de Oliveira, PhD.

Lattes E-Mail marcio.doliveira@kroton.com.br

Rodrigo Antônio Carvalho Andraus, PhD.

Rodrigo Antônio Carvalho Andraus, PhD.

Lattes E-Mail rodrigoandraus@gmail.com

Rubens Alexandre da Silva Junior, PhD.

Rubens Alexandre da Silva Junior, PhD.

Lattes E-Mail rubens@unopar.br

Sergio Marques Borghi, PhD.

Sergio Marques Borghi, PhD.

Lattes E-Mail sergio.borghi@kroton.com.br

Contact

Dartagnan Pinto Guedes, PhD.

Graduate Program Chair in Physical Exercise in Health Promotion

Hélio Hiroshi Suguimoto, PhD.

Dean of Graduate Studies and Research

Administrative Staff

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