Official launch of the research project: Central American Research Network in human movement and health for children and adolescents
Heredia, San José
February 15, 2017
National University, Campus Benjamin Núñez
The Committee of Human Movement for Social Development is pleased to officially present its research project “Central American Network of research applied to children and adolescents in human movement and health”
The objective of this important and novel project is to develop a network of applied research in childhood and adolescence, in the fields of human movement, psychomotricity and health, where: it promotes, directs, executes and disseminates research on social impact in health and human movement, in order to support decision making and the formulation of policies, strategies and impact interventions.
The coordination of the project is in charge of the professors Dr. Carlos Álvarez Bogantes and MSc. Emmanuel Herrera González, both of the School of Sciences of the Human Movement and Quality of Life of the National University of Costa Rica.
For this important activity will be the participation of guests of the Ministry of Health of Costa Rica, Presidential House, Ministry of Education, Members of ILSI Mesoamerica, Teachers, Administrative and Student of the National University.