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Miembro Red GENDASH Gender and Data Science in Sports and Health) Consejo Superior de Deportes 

  27/10/2021 20:48


“Gender and Data Science in Sports and Health (GENDASH)” is a Spanish network of researchers funded by the High Council of Sports (CSD) of the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Sport (Ref. 02/UPR/21). It provides continuity to the ANALYTICS@SPORTS & HEALTH (Data Science and Information Technologies Applied to Sports and Health) and SHARP (Sports and Health Analytics Research with a Gender Perspective) networks, funded by the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Sport in 2019 and 2020, respectively. The main objective of the GENDASH network is to develop research and knowledge transfer actions that, aligned with various sustainable development goals, are aimed at:

-Providing evidence on the situation of women in sports and the promotion of healthy habits through various analytical methodologies such as data science.

-Exploring new lines of research that contribute to a better understanding of the problem.

-Identifying good practices that inspire recommendations to reduce gender inequalities in nutrition, physical activity, and sport.

As a multidisciplinary network, it brings together a group of researchers and professionals from diverse disciplines linked to the study of the bidirectional relationship between health and well-being through sports activity with a gender perspective. The GENDASH network incorporates data science for a better diagnosis and analysis of the situation and the problems that arise and addresses issues related to gender inequalities in sports and physical activity. 

Vídeo resumen Jornadas Online “Género y Ciencia de Datos en Deporte y Salud” (26-27 octubre 2021) – Red GENDASH. Jornada 1 26 octubre 2021, Jornada 2 27 octubre 2021 

2020 Workshop on “Sports and Health Analytics Research” was organized online on 6-7 October and gathered researchers from different disciplines to share knowledge and common interests regarding the application of data science and analytics research to the sports and health sector integrating a gender perspective. This video includes interviews with some of the participating speakers and experts: María Martín (Director of the Pshychosocial Research in Sport research group, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid), Lidia Arroyo (researcher at the Gender and ICT research group, IN3 - Universitat Oberta de Catalunya), Capitolina Díaz (professor of Sociology at Universitat de València. Former president of the Association of Women Researchers and Technologists (AMIT)), Georgina Pujol-Busquets Guillén (PhD student at University of Cape Town and lecturer at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya), Javier Peña (researcher at Sport Performance Analysis research group, Universitat de Vic – Universitat Central de Catalunya), Montser Bellver (head of medical services at the High-Performance Sports Center of Catalonia (CAR)), and Armando Nieto (chair of Divina Pastora Seguros).

Full program: http://symposium.uoc.edu/55345/detail... 

Event organized by the Spanish Network on Sports and Health Analytics Research with a Gender Perspective (SHARP), financed by the High Council for Sports (CSD), Spanish Ministry of Culture and Sport (Ref. 09/UPR/20), and coordinated by FoodLab (UOC Faculty of Health Sciences), Research Group ICSO of the IN3, and Research Group GenTIC of the IN3. 

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