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Master’s Degree Return To Play After Sport’s Injury BCN Edition

2021 - 2022

Presentation

Risk factors and injury incidence are aspects that are becoming increasingly more important in sport. Furthermore, a large number of people who have suffered an injury do not receive specialized attention that would allow them to recover the capacities they had before suffering such injury. This Master’s Degree aims to offer specific education for professional practice in RTP after sport’s injury, focusing as well on prevention plans, process of specific injuries and control and assessment of the RTP process.

After 7 editions of development and training evolution from a combined academic experience of all involved, the Master’s degree in Readaptation to Physical Activity and Sports Competition incorporates FC Barcelona into it’s list of partners to bring a new profesional training aspect to the Master’s degree.

Thanks to the agreement between EUSES and FCBarcelona, and through the FCB Innovation Hub, the Master’s degree incorporates leading Barça professionals in the field of sports rehabilitation. This agree-ment includes the participation of specialized Club professionals in the Master’s, as well as various visits and guests.

The incorporation of FC Barcelona as a partner is of significant benefit to the Master’s students, given that the agreement between the parties also includes training sessions at the club’s facilities. This opportunity is bound to have a positive effect on their profesional futures and on the quality of the course.

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Aims

  • To train the student in sports science oriented to understand the process of return to play of an injured athlete.
  • To provide theoretical and practical knowledge to fully develop the process of return to play of an athlete.
  • To train the student in the ability to search and analyse databases related to sports sciences.
  • To think critically about the knowledge related to the return to play of an athlete.
  • To have the capacity to carry out a bibliographic review of the return to play process and write a project linked to it.
  • To recognize the different injury mechanisms that occur in sport.
  • To know the injury characteristics in its harmful environment, its incidence and severity.
  • To know and identify the risk factors existing in return to play.
  • To understand, from a socio-affective point of view, the injurious process of an athlete and to take it into account when interacting with them.
  • To have the ability to understand, assess and control the process of return to play through variables of the different valuation systems.
  • To analyse the particularities of each injury and the different sports modalities in the construction of a sports rehabilitation model.
  • To know how to plan and program a sports rehabilitation model for a specific area.
  • To have the capacity to execute, from a technical and practical point of view, the process of return to play to sports competition and health-oriented physical activity.
  • Prevent injuries in physical activity and sports.

 

Student’s profile

Graduates in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences, physiotherapists, doctors and university graduates who wish to get specialized in an emerging area such as return to play (competition) or physical activity (health) after injury.

Entry requirements

University degree in Physical Education or Physical Activity and Sport Sciences, Physiotherapy or Medicine. Other graduates will be considered.

Syllabus

1. Fundamentals and complementary areas of return to play
2. Pathology, pathophysiology and harmful mechanisms
3. Injury incidence and risk factors for injury
4. Assessment and control of the rehabilitation process
5. Methodology applied to return to play
6. Planning and programming
7. Application of the process of return to competition (sport) and physical activity (health).
8. Master’s Final Paper

Consult the syllabus on this link.

Methodology

Each module consists of theoretical and practical content.

Theoretical contents: teacher presentations, analysis and documents discussion and group debates.

Practical contents: analysis of practical cases, problem solving and work elaboration.

Master’s Paper (15 ECTS-375 hours): in order to obtain the master’s degree, the qualification of Apt must be obtained in a research project on a series of cases or in the development of a clinical situation in its phase of return to play.

Language

English

Assessment

  • Minimum attendance at 80% of seminar sessions.
  • Obtain Apt for the Master’s project that will have been previously presented to the tutor.
  • Exhibitions in practical classes and seminars.
  • Online questionnaires about the different subjects.
  • Pass the theoretical exam related to the content of the Master’s.

Location

ENTI: Carrer de Baldiri Reixac, 7, 08028 Barcelona

Certification

Master’s Degree in Return to Play After Sports Injury by the University of Girona

Places Available

30

Duration, Calendar and Schedule

60 ECTS  / 180 face-to-face hours
*1 ECTS = 25 hours of study (in-person classes and individual projects)

Start Date: 16/10/2020

Last face-to-face session: 13/06/2021

Date of ending: 04/11/2021

Day and Time: One weekend per month, Friday from 16h until 21h, Saturday from 9h until 14 h and 16h until 21 h and Sunday from 9 until 14 h.

In-person seminars: 16th, 17th and 18th of October, 13th, 14th and 15th of November and the 11th, 12th and 13th of December 2020; 15th, 16th and 17th of January, 12th, 13th and 14th of February, 12th, 13th and 14th of March, 16th, 17th and 18th of April, 14th, 15th and 16th of May and 11th, 12th and 13th of June 2021.

Theory seminars: from the 16th of October 2020 until the 13th of June 2021

Master’s Final Project: from the 13th of June to the 4th of November 2021

Master’s Final Project: (second announcement): from the 5th of November 2021 to the 11th of January 2022

Note: In the event that presential classes cannot be held on the scheduled dates, for reasons outside the Fundació, the course is prepared to be able to continue classes normally through videoconferencing (through the use of different platforms) and with the support of the UdG virtual teaching classroom.

Practical classes would be rescheduled, and if it were ultimately not possible to do them, just like presential classes, would be done through videoconferencing (using different platforms) and with the support of the UdG virtual teaching classroom.

Teacher Information

MANAGEMENT:

  • Daniel Romero. Doctor of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences. Physiotherapist. Professor of the Degree in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences at EUSES – centre affiliated with the UdG. Strength and Conditioning Coach in Professional Formative Football Area at FC Barcelona.

TEACHER INFORMATION:

  • Joaquín Acedo. Physiotherapist and osteopath specialized in sports. Advisor of different professional soccer players in relation to the prevention and control of injuries. Kinesys 25 Center (Cádiz).
  • Eduard Alentorn. Doctor in medicine. Bachelor of Medicine and Science of Physical Activity and Sports. Specialist in Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology at the Quiron Salud Hospital (Dr. Cugat team).
  • Albert Altarriba. Doctor of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences. Physical trainer and post-injury return to play coach specialized in football. Professor of the Degree of Sports Sciences of the University of Vic.
  • Juanjo Brau. Physiotherapist. Physiotherapy and Return to Play Area of the first team of FC Barcelona.
  • Jaime Fernández. Doctor of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences. Professor of the Faculty of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences of the University of León. Teaching and Research Area of the RFET.
  • Joan Forcades. Degree in physical education. Rafael Nadal physical coach.
  • Eduard García. Degree in physical education. Official Master’s Degree in Sports Performance: Technique and High Level performance (INFEC de Barcelona, University of Barcelona).
  • Oliver Gonzalo. Doctor of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences. Return to Play Coach at the first team of Sevilla FC.
  • Gabriel Gual. Doctor of Physiotherapy. Sports Return to play coach. Associate Professor in the Faculty of Nursing and Physiotherapy of the University of the Balearic Islands. Physiotherapist specialized in physical activity and sports.
  • Javier Jorge. Doctor of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences. Professor at the International University of Catalonia.
  • Àlex Latinjak. Doctor in Psychology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology – University of Suffolk.
  • Maurici López. PhD in ecological psychology from the University of Connecticut (USA). Master in High Performance in Team Sports (MASTERCEDE, University of Barcelona). Graduated in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences. Professor of EUSES – centre affiliated with the UdG.
  • Marc Madruga. Graduated in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences. Official Master’s Degree in Integrative Physiology (University of Barcelona). Professor of EUSES – centre affiliated with the UdG and EUSES TE – centre affiliated with the URV.
  • Víctor Moreno. Doctor of Physiotherapy (Health Psychology program). Master’s of Return To Play and Prevention of Sports Injuries in Soccer (University of Castilla-La Mancha, COE and RFEE). Professor at the Miguel Hernández University.
  • Jaume Munill. Physiotherapist and osteopath. Physiotherapist of the FC Barcelona (Indoor Football).
  • David Rodríguez. Doctor of Physical Education. Professor at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
  • Daniel Romero. See Management section.
  • Lluís Sala. Graduated in Science in Physical Activity and Sports. Master’s degree in return to play after sport injury. Strength and Conditioning Coach at the first team of the FC Girondins de Bordeaux.
  • Julio Tous. Doctor of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences. Head of studies for the Master’s in High Performance in Team Sports (MASTERCEDE, University of Barcelona). Strength and Conditioning Coach at the first team of the Inter de Milan.

*The management reserves the right to make changes in the teaching team in case any of the teachers cannot teach their subject, guaranteeing the same level of quality and professional category.

Barça Innovation Hub

After 7 editions of development and training evolution from a combined academic experience of all involved, the Master’s degree in Readaptation to Physical Activity and Sports Competition incorporates FC Barcelona into it’s list of partners to bring a new profesional training aspect to the Master’s degree.

Thanks to the agreement between EUSES and FCBarcelona, and through the FCB Innovation Hub, the Master’s degree incorporates leading Barça professionals in the field of sports rehabilitation. This agree-ment includes the participation of specialized Club professionals in the Master’s, as well as various visits and guests.

The incorporation of FC Barcelona as a partner is of significant benefit to the Master’s students, given that the agreement between the parties also includes training sessions at the club’s facilities. This opportunity is bound to have a positive effect on their profesional futures and on the quality of the course.

 

 

Price and financing

6.750€* [1.350€ of preregistration + financing costs + enrolment funded**: 5.400€ to pay in instalments].
In case of not getting square, the amount of the preregistration will be refunded.

Discounts:

  • 30% discount: external internship centres linked to EUSES (maximum 10 seats)
  • 10% discount: members of EUSES alumni
  • 5% discount: COPLEFC members

Possibility of financing the tuition fees. Check our website for more information.

* Includes an accident insurance. It does not include the fees for issuing the UdG diploma.
**Conditions subject to market fluctuations.

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Preregistration and Enrolment

To register you must complete the registration form through the website (www.fundacioudg.org).

Preregistration: From May the 1st to July the 14th, 2020.

From the 24th of July, the allocation of places will be confirmed according to the following criteria:

Grades from the academic records of the access studies for the Master’s and valuation of the professional experience and of the continuous education related to the Master’s. In the results evaluation, the two criteria detailed above will be added.

In the case of remaining places, a second registration period will be opened, from July the 27th to September the 10th, 2020, and the allocation of places to the preregistered will be informed on September the 18th, 2020.
If, after these two preiregistration periods, there are still remaining places, the Masters’ governing board reserves the possibility of studying new cases.

Documentation is to be submitted for preregistration (attached to the registration form), before July the 14th.

  • Curriculum Vitae (CV) and personal academic certification (CAP) or, the academic record from a university degree that will grant students access to this Master’s for students that will graduate in the academic year of 2019-2020.

Registration: to be effective it will be necessary to have made the payment no less than 20 days before the course starts.

Documentation that must be submitted when enrolling:

  • ID photocopy and certified photocopy of the qualification (or the receipt of).

Services

The Fundació offers various services to its students: Student card, “La Meva UdG” teaching Intranet, access to UdG libraries, access to the training activities of the Modern Languages Service, access to the diferent activities organized by the Sports Service of the UdG, UdG Alumni, external internships in companies and institutions and accomodation.

DATA SHEET Program | Master's Degree Return To Play After Sport's Injury BCN Edition
Field | Health Sciences
Duration  | 1 year
ECTS | 60/180 hours
Diploma obtained | Master's Degree Return To Play After Sport's Injury from the University of Girona
Language | English
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- Bachelor's Degree in Sport Science (2011-2015)
- Master's Degree in Rehabilitation at EUSES
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