In the second day of the consortium’s stay in Lisbon, the Lusófona University organised an event open for sport science and health professionals, researchers and decision makers to share promote the Move4Fun project and inform about its current status.

The guests were able to attend to presentations and discussions lead by the Move4Fun team, and enjoy a panoramic view of the sea during a standing coffee break set to break sedentary behavior and have informal debates.

Assistant professor
Małgorzata Sławińska, PhD introducing the Move4Fun project to all attendees

During the event, attendees were able to learn about the move4fun project, its objectives and its current progress; and to enjoy interesting lectures and presentations on related previous research carried out by the consortium’s experts from the Lusófona University.

Professors and researchers from the Move4Fun team hosted a small roundtable discussing findings of the project’s focus groups and, and guest speakers from the Portuguese National Olympic Committee and national decision-makers debated on the role of technology for the promotion of Physical Activity and Health.

From left to right: Professor Hugo Pereira, PhD, from the Lusófona University; Marcos López-Flores, PhD and CEO of EUNIK; Professor Diogo Teixeira, PhD, from the Lusófona University; Assistant Professor Małgorzata Sławińska, PhD, from the Institute of Sport, and Professor Paul Davis, PhD, from the Umeå University, discussing focus group results with the public.

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