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See detailEnergy expenditure of nursing home residents and participation in exercise classes: an analysis of the SENIOR cohort
Charles, Alexia ULiege; Buckinx, Fanny ULiege; Mouton, Alexandre ULiege et al

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See detailCombining HIIT, open scenarios, and health recommendations: Implementation of the OBLOMOV method in Belgium
Franck, Nicolas; Remacle, Maurine; Mouton, Alexandre ULiege et al

Conference (2018, July 25)

The University of Liege is one of the 7 partners involved in an Erasmus+ project aiming to develop and implement a new pedagogic methodology aiming to tackle the inactivity problem among 11/13 years old ... [more ▼]

The University of Liege is one of the 7 partners involved in an Erasmus+ project aiming to develop and implement a new pedagogic methodology aiming to tackle the inactivity problem among 11/13 years old youth, as an effective strategy to prevent the problem of physical inactivity among adolescents. The OBLOMOV approach is based on the integration of short periods of High Intensity Intermittent Training (HIIT) in theatre open scenarios. A teaching unit has been adapted to the French speaking Belgian context: "Oblomov: bouger, jouer, créer!". This paper describes the project's implementation in 8 classes of 5-6th grades (176 pupils) and provides an overview of the first results. [less ▲]

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See detailPresentation of a new pedagogical methodology aiming to tackle the inactivity problem among 11/13 years old children – The Belgian implementation
Remacle, Maurine; Franck, Nicolas; Mouton, Alexandre ULiege et al

Conference (2018, July 16)

The University of Liege is involved in an Erasmus+ project focused on the development and implementation of an original pedagogic methodology aiming to tackle the inactivity problem among 11/13 years-old ... [more ▼]

The University of Liege is involved in an Erasmus+ project focused on the development and implementation of an original pedagogic methodology aiming to tackle the inactivity problem among 11/13 years-old students. It combines theatre principles (open scenario) and High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) in order to increase the enjoyment of the youths during physical activity programmes. The model has been adapted to the Walloon context. The presentation illustrates the phases of the project and proposes a SWOT analysis conducted after the implementation of the 10 lessons programme in 8 classes of 5-6th grades (176 pupils). Good practices and practical recommandations are shared. [less ▲]

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See detailL'analyse de l'activité professionnelle en situation de vidéo-formation : expérimentation auprès de maitres-nageurs sauveteurs
Depluvrez, Yves ULiege; Mouton, Alexandre ULiege; Schillings, Patricia ULiege et al

Conference (2018, July 06)

Les maitres-nageurs sauveteurs (MNS), en première ligne lors de la survenue d’accidents en milieu aquatique, doivent être à même de mobiliser ces concepts pragmatisés afin d’éviter, notamment, la noyade ... [more ▼]

Les maitres-nageurs sauveteurs (MNS), en première ligne lors de la survenue d’accidents en milieu aquatique, doivent être à même de mobiliser ces concepts pragmatisés afin d’éviter, notamment, la noyade. Au travers de cette étude, qui sera menée dans le courant du premier semestre 2018, l’objectif sera de proposer à un panel de MNS débutants et expérimentés une formation reposant sur la diffusion d’outils numériques. En premier lieu, une vidéo, sur base d’un scénario validé par un expert, d’un maitre-nageur expérimenté en train de surveiller. Ensuite, une interview de ce dernier, durant laquelle il décrit et explicite son action. Enfin, deux autres interviews: celle d’un MNS débutant et celle d’un expert en surveillance/sauvetage. L’objectif principal étant d'étudier, dans un premier temps, comment l’alloconfrontation permet un changement dans l’activité propre des MNS. [less ▲]

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See detailL'école sauve des vies : l'éducation physique au cœur du développement de citoyens responsables
Mouton, Alexandre ULiege; Collin, Manon; Closter, Adrien et al

Conference (2018, June)

Face à un arrêt cardiaque, moins de 20% de la population est capable d'effectuer les gestes qui sauvent (Plant & Taylor, 2013). Un témoin qui pratique une réanimation cardio-respiratoire (RCP) pourrait ... [more ▼]

Face à un arrêt cardiaque, moins de 20% de la population est capable d'effectuer les gestes qui sauvent (Plant & Taylor, 2013). Un témoin qui pratique une réanimation cardio-respiratoire (RCP) pourrait presque tripler les chances de survie de la victime, voire les multiplier par six s'il utilise un défibrillateur (ERC, 2015). L'apprentissage des gestes qui sauvent à l'école, et plus particulièrement au cours d'éducation physique, est recommandé pour contribuer à former des citoyens responsables (Colquhoun, 2012). L'objectif de cette étude était de développer et d'étudier les effets de trois dispositifs pédagogiques en éducation physique, validés par les enseignants (n=23), et enseignés à des élèves de fin de primaire (11-12 ans), de milieu (13-15 ans) et de fin d'études secondaires (17-18 ans) en Belgique francophone (n= 617). Une approche mixte (qualitative/quantitative) a été utilisée pour étudier l'impact des dispositifs auprès des enseignants et des élèves. [less ▲]

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See detailLe professeur d’Éducation physique et les gestes qui sauvent : Un autre regard sur une discipline mal perçue.
Mouton, Alexandre ULiege; Laurent, Charlotte; Collin, Manon et al

Conference (2018, February 21)

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See detailOblomov : bouger, jouer, créer! Activités santé
Franck, Nicolas; Mouton, Alexandre ULiege; Remacle, Maurine et al

Conference (2018, February 21)

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See detailOblomov : bouger, jouer, créer! HIIT
Franck, Nicolas; Remacle, Maurine; Mouton, Alexandre ULiege et al

Conference (2018, February 21)

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See detailOblomov : jouer, bouger, créer !
Remacle, Maurine; Franck, Nicolas; Mouton, Alexandre ULiege et al

Conference (2018, February 21)

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See detailOblomov : bouger, jouer, créer! Scénarios
Remacle, Maurine; Mouton, Alexandre ULiege; Franck, Nicolas et al

Conference (2018, February 21)

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See detailActive Healthy Kids Belgium 2016 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth
Seghers, Jan; Wijtzes, Anne I; De Ridder, Karin A.A. et al

Poster (2017, November 08)

This 2016 Belgium Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth is the first systematic evaluation of physical activity behaviors, related health behaviors, health outcomes, and influences thereon ... [more ▼]

This 2016 Belgium Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth is the first systematic evaluation of physical activity behaviors, related health behaviors, health outcomes, and influences thereon, using the Active Healthy Kids Canada grading framework (Tremblay et al., 2015). A research working group as well as policy experts from both Flanders and Wallonia collaborated to determine the indicators to be graded, data sources to be used, and factors to be taken into account during the grading process. Grades were assigned based on examination of the current data and literature for each indicator against a benchmark or optimal scenario: A (81-100%) = We are succeeding with a large majority of children; B (61 – 80%) = We are succeeding with well over half of children; C (41 – 60%) = We are succeeding with about half of children; D (21 – 40%) = We are succeeding with less than half, but some, children; F (00 – 20%) = We are succeeding with very few children; INC = there is no or insufficient evidence to assign a grade. In addition to an overall grade, an indicator could be assigned a plus sign or minus sign based on the presence or absence, respectively, of substantial social inequalities, according to age, region, gender, or socioeconomic status. Eleven indicators were selected and assigned the following grades: overall physical activity (F+), organized sport participation (C-), active play (C+), active transportation (C-), sedentary behaviors (D-), school (B-), government strategies and investment (C+), and weight status (D). Incomplete grades were assigned to family and peers, community and the built environment, and dietary behaviors due to a lack of nationally representative data. Despite moderately positive social and environmental influences, physical activity levels of Belgian children and youth are low while levels of sedentary behaviors are high. [less ▲]

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See detail« Oser sauver à l’école » : Mise en place d’un cycle de premier secours au cours d’éducation physique
Collin, Manon ULiege; Cloes, Marc ULiege; Laurent, Charlotte et al

in Didactiques en Pratique (2017), 3

En Europe et aux États-Unis, plus de 700 000 personnes décèdent chaque année des suites d’un arrêt cardiaque (Berdowski et al. 2010). Avec un taux de survie de 2 à 10 % (European Resuscitation Council ... [more ▼]

En Europe et aux États-Unis, plus de 700 000 personnes décèdent chaque année des suites d’un arrêt cardiaque (Berdowski et al. 2010). Avec un taux de survie de 2 à 10 % (European Resuscitation Council, 2015), le pronostic vital associé aux arrêts cardiaques est, dès lors, relativement limité. Celui-ci peut être cinq à sept fois supérieur si un témoin pratique une réanimation cardio-pulmonaire (RCP) et une défibrillation durant les premières minutes d’intervention (ERC, 2015). Dans le cadre de cette étude pilote, l’objectif était d’analyser la pertinence, l’impact et la faisabilité de la mise en place d’un cycle de premiers secours dans un contexte scolaire, et, plus particulièrement, dans le programme du cours d’éducation physique. Le cycle, d'une durée de 6 semaines (6 x 50 minutes), a été dispensé à deux classes de rhétoriques (n=51). Les compétences des élèves ont été évaluées à l'aide d'un questionnaire avant et après le cycle, ainsi qu'une grille d'observation évaluant les habiletés gestuelles des élèves lors d'un protocole complet de réanimation de base d’une personne adulte avec un DEA. La moyenne des résultats des élèves au questionnaire est passée de 6,12 ± 3,25/20 (0,5-14) lors du pré-test à 17,32 ± 1,79 /20 (10,5-20) à l’issue du cycle (p=0,00). La moyenne au test pratique est de 17,16 ± 1,72/20 (13,66-20). La séquence de cours proposée a permis d’améliorer les connaissances théoriques des élèves, leurs habiletés gestuelles et leur confiance par rapport à leur capacité à porter secours à une victime d’un arrêt cardiaque, et s'inscrit clairement dans la philosophie du Pacte pour un Enseignement d’Excellence. [less ▲]

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See detailCompte rendu des "Extras du Cifen" : année académique 2016-2017
Guillaume, Jean-François ULiege; Van Hoof, Florence ULiege; Mouton, Alexandre ULiege et al

in Didactiques en Pratique (2017), 3

Ce compte rendu fait état de quatre activités organisées dans le cadre des "Extras du Cifen" lors de l'année académique 2016-17 : la conférence de Liana PINIAU sur la dyslexie (30/11/2016), la conférence ... [more ▼]

Ce compte rendu fait état de quatre activités organisées dans le cadre des "Extras du Cifen" lors de l'année académique 2016-17 : la conférence de Liana PINIAU sur la dyslexie (30/11/2016), la conférence d'Elisabeth BAUTIER sur le langage (9/3/2017), la conférence de Loïc GISCHER sur la prévention du harcèlement (29/03/2017), et l'atelier organisé par Alexandre Mouton sur les premiers secours (3/5/2017). [less ▲]

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See detailEffects of a giant exercising board game intervention on ambulatory physical activity among nursing home residents: a preliminary study
Mouton, Alexandre ULiege; Gillet, Nicolas; Mouton, Flore et al

Conference (2017, July 08)

Purpose: This study examined the effects of a giant (4 meters by 3 meters) exercising board game intervention on ambulatory physical activity (PA) and on a broader array of physical and psychological ... [more ▼]

Purpose: This study examined the effects of a giant (4 meters by 3 meters) exercising board game intervention on ambulatory physical activity (PA) and on a broader array of physical and psychological outcomes among nursing home residents. Materials and methods: A quasi-experimental longitudinal study was carried out in two comparable nursing homes. Ten participants (aged 82.5 ± 6.3 and comprising 6 women) meeting the inclusion criteria took part to the one-month intervention in one nursing home, whereas eleven participants (aged 89.9 ± 3.1 with 8 women) were assigned to the control group in the other nursing home. The giant exercising board game required participants to perform strength, flexibility, balance and endurance activities. The assistance provided by an exercising specialist decreased gradually during the intervention in an autonomy-oriented approach, based on the self-determination theory (SDT). The following were assessed at baseline, after the intervention and after a follow-up period of three months: PA (steps/day and energy expenditure/day with ActiGraph, GT3X+), cognitive status (MMSE), quality of life (EQ-5D), motivation for PA (BREQ-2), gait and balance (Tinetti and SPPB), functional mobility (Timed Up and Go) and the muscular isometric strength of the lower limb muscles. Results and conclusions: In the intervention group, PA increased from 2921 steps/day at baseline to 3358 steps/day after the intervention (+14.9%, p = 0.04) and 4083 steps/day (+39.8%, p = 0.03) after three months. Energy expenditure/day also increased after the intervention (+110 kcal/day, +6.3%, p = 0.01) and after three months (+219 kcal/day, +12.3%, p = 0.02). Quality of life (p < 0.05), balance and gait (p < 0.05), and strength of the ankle (p < 0.05) were also improved after three months. Such improvements were not observed in the control group. The preliminary results are promising but further investigation is required to confirm and evaluate the longterm effectiveness of PA interventions in nursing homes [less ▲]

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See detailActive Healthy Kids Belgium 2016 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth
Seghers, Jan; Wijtzes, Anne I; De Ridder, Karin A.A. et al

Scientific conference (2017, July 06)

The 2016 Belgium Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth is the first systematic evaluation of physical activity (PA) behaviors, related health behaviors, health outcomes, and influences ... [more ▼]

The 2016 Belgium Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth is the first systematic evaluation of physical activity (PA) behaviors, related health behaviors, health outcomes, and influences thereon, using the Active Healthy Kids Canada grading framework. A research working group consisting of PA experts from both Flanders and Wallonia collaborated to determine the indicators to be graded, data sources to be used, and factors to be taken into account during the grading process. Grades were finalized after consensus was reached among the research working group and 2 stakeholder groups consisting of academic and policy experts in the fields of PA, sedentary behavior, and dietary behavior. Eleven indicators were selected and assigned the following grades: Overall PA (F+), Organized Sport Participation (C-), Active Play (C+), Active Transportation (C-), Sedentary Behaviors (D-), School (B-), Government Strategies and Investment (C+), and Weight Status (D). Incomplete grades were assigned to Family and Peers, Community and the Built Environment, and Dietary Behaviors due to a lack of nationally representative data. In conclusion, despite moderately positive social and environmental influences, PA levels of Belgian children and youth are low while levels of sedentary behaviors are high. [less ▲]

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See detailRelationship between ambulatory physical activity assessed by activity trackers and physical frailty among nursing home residents.
Buckinx, Fanny ULiege; Mouton, Alexandre ULiege; Reginster, Jean-Yves ULiege et al

in Gait and Posture (2017), 54

BACKGROUNDS: The aim of this study was to assess the relationship between the level of ambulatory physical activity, measured by physical activity tracker, and the clinical components of physical frailty ... [more ▼]

BACKGROUNDS: The aim of this study was to assess the relationship between the level of ambulatory physical activity, measured by physical activity tracker, and the clinical components of physical frailty, among nursing home residents. METHODS: We proceeded in 3 steps: (1) Validation of the physical activity tracker (i.e. the Pebble): 24 volunteer adults walked on a treadmill. The number of steps recorded by the Pebble worn by the subjects was compared with the number of steps counted by the investigators, by means of the Intra-class correlation coefficients (ICC). (2) Measurement of ambulatory physical activity, using the Pebble trackers, over a 7-day period. (3) Relationship between the results obtained with the Pebble trackers (step 2) and subjects' clinical characteristics, linked to physical frailty. RESULTS: ICC data, showed that the reliability of the Pebble was better when it was worn at the foot level (ICC ranged from 0.60 to 0.93 depending on the tested speed). Gait speed is also an important determinant of the reliability, which is better for low gait speed. On average, the 27 nursing home residents included in the second step of this study walked 1678.4+/-1621 (median=1300) steps per day. Most physical components of frailty measured in this study were significantly different between subjects who walked less than 1300 steps per day and those who were more active. CONCLUSION: This study showed that nursing home residents have a poor ambulatory physical activity, assessed using a physical activity tracker, which is associated with poorer physical performances and higher disability. [less ▲]

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See detailInvolvement of PE teachers in motor testing. A pilot study with the MOBAK-1
Cloes, Marc ULiege; Mouton, Alexandre ULiege; Jidovtseff, Boris ULiege et al

Conference (2017, January 28)

Fundamental motor patterns are prerequisites to specific motor/sports skills and a determinant of the involvement in physical activity. Several tools have been developed in order to measure motor ... [more ▼]

Fundamental motor patterns are prerequisites to specific motor/sports skills and a determinant of the involvement in physical activity. Several tools have been developed in order to measure motor development in children. Each test battery presents its own characteristics. MOBAK-1 focuses on two categories of basic motor competencies in order to record the effects of physical education (PE) at the elementary school level. That tool proposed 8 tests. For each of them, pupils receive point scores (0–2 points) according to the quality of their performance. MOBAK-1 is supposed to be used by PE teachers but there is still a lack of data about this, justifying the present study. We trained 7 PE teachers (4 males) and analysed the way they implemented the tests in their classes (1st and 2d grades – 6-8 year-old pupils). The training comprised a description of the tests with video examples of the expected movements and common errors, and an analysis of the reliability of the teachers evaluating pupils’ performances showed on video (at least 10 trials). A participating observation and a short interview were planned to analyse the evaluation process of each PE teacher. Catching and Rolling reached the reliability requirements within the first 10 trials while 15 to 16 videos were necessary for the six other tests. Two teachers seemed to have more difficulties that could be related to their lack of experience (P1) or a potential lower interest (P7). Before implementing the test with their classes, all teachers read again the guidelines. The majority was really satisfied by the information provided by the researchers (3.86/4) and confident about how to manage the evaluation (3.57/4). Five teachers worked alone and 4 were able to evaluate one class/lesson. All teachers developed specific strategies in order to save time. Several practical recommendations have been proposed. [less ▲]

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See detail“Dare to save a life at school”: Implementation of a CPR+AED sequence in the PE curriculum
Mouton, Alexandre ULiege; Laurent, Charlotte; Collin, Manon et al

in Resuscitation (2017), 118S1

In Europe, about 500,000 people suffer sudden cardiac arrest each year, with a survival rate of 5–10% (ERC, 2015). Bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) could increase this survival rate by 2–3 ... [more ▼]

In Europe, about 500,000 people suffer sudden cardiac arrest each year, with a survival rate of 5–10% (ERC, 2015). Bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) could increase this survival rate by 2–3 times. Unfortunately, less than 20% of the general population is able to perform it effectively (Plant & Taylor, 2013). Besides, most of the public facilities are now equipped with automated external defibrillators (AEDs). In a physical literacy perspective (Whitehead, 2013), PE teachers are ideally placed to teach basic life support (BLS) to their students (Colquhoun, 2012). Eleven PE teachers were trained to teach a CPR + AED sequence adapted to the Belgian French community PE curriculum. 307 students (17.1 ± 0.8 years old) performed hands-on manikin-based instruction and practice during 6 sessions of PE. Knowledge of the CPR + AED protocol was assessed by questionnaire at baseline (T0), after the intervention (T1) and after a three months’ follow-up period (T2). Practical application of the CPR + AED protocol was assessed with an evaluation grid and a manikin measuring CPR performance at T1 and T2. A process analysis was performed from the video recording of the sessions and from satisfactory questionnaires. Preliminary results from the 6 PE teachers who taught the sequence to their students (n = 155) during the first part of the school year exposed significant improvements from T0 to T2 in the knowledge of the CPR + AED protocol (from 7 ± 3.4/20 to 16 ± 2.4/20; p < 0.001). Average score on the evaluation grid was 16 ± 1.7/20 at T1 and remained rather constant at T2 (15.3 ± 1.8/20). Depth and rate of chest compressions remained stable between T1 and T2 (≈105/min.; ≈41 mm). Volume of breaths decreased significantly from T1 to T2 (590 ± 443 ml to 305 ± 248 ml; p < 0.001). The CPR + AED sequence led to encouraging improvements of the knowledge, abilities and confidence of the students. PE teachers felt valuated and able to contribute autonomously to this major public health challenge. [less ▲]

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Mouton, Alexandre ULiege; Gillet, Nicolas; Mouton, Flore et al

in Osteoporosis International (2017), 28(S1), 318

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Mouton, Alexandre ULiege; Gillet, Nicolas; Mouton, Flore et al

in Clinical Interventions in Aging (2017), 12

Purpose: This study examined the effects of a giant (4×3 m) exercising board game intervention on ambulatory physical activity (PA) and a broader array of physical and psychological outcomes among nursing ... [more ▼]

Purpose: This study examined the effects of a giant (4×3 m) exercising board game intervention on ambulatory physical activity (PA) and a broader array of physical and psychological outcomes among nursing home residents. Materials and methods: A quasi-experimental longitudinal study was carried out in two comparable nursing homes. Ten participants (aged 82.5±6.3 and comprising 6 women) meeting the inclusion criteria took part in the 1-month intervention in one nursing home, whereas 11 participants (aged 89.9±3.1 with 8 women) were assigned to the control group in the other nursing home. The giant exercising board game required participants to perform strength, flexibility, balance and endurance activities. The assistance provided by an exercising specialist decreased gradually during the intervention in an autonomy-oriented approach based on the self-determination theory. The following were assessed at baseline, after the intervention and after a follow-up period of 3 months: PA (steps/day and energy expenditure/day with ActiGraph), cognitive status (mini mental state examination), quality of life (EuroQol 5-dimensions), motivation for PA (Behavioral Regulation in Exercise Questionnaire-2), gait and balance (Tinetti and Short Physical Performance Battery), functional mobility (timed up and go), and the muscular isometric strength of the lower limb muscles. Results and conclusion: In the intervention group, PA increased from 2,921 steps/day at baseline to 3,358 steps/day after the intervention (+14.9%, P=0.04) and 4,083 steps/day (+39.8%, P=0.03) after 3 months. Energy expenditure/day also increased after the intervention (+110 kcal/day, +6.3%, P=0.01) and after 3 months (+219 kcal/day, +12.3%, P=0.02). Quality of life (P,0.05), balance and gait (P,0.05), and strength of the ankle (P,0.05) were also improved after 3 months. Such improvements were not observed in the control group. The preliminary results are promising but further investigation is required to confirm and evaluate the long-term effectiveness of PA interventions in nursing homes. [less ▲]

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