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Speakers

Riki Tesler

Ariel University (ISR)
Israel

Dr. Riki Tesler is a senior lecturer in the Department of Health Systems Management at Ariel University, Israel. She lectures on the topics of health education and promotion, epidemiology, and sociology of health. She is a researcher connected to the international HBSC program, which focuses on health and welfare of children and youth. Her post-doctoral research at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology focused on the development, planning, and implementation of intervention programs to promote healthy behavior patterns among at-risk youth. Her current research includes Gender differences in health promotion policy relating to healthy behavior among various age groups.

Riki Tesler's

Sessions

  • Social Change
    Social Change
    A Study of Social Capital in Sport Clubs
    Find out if joining a sports club can improve your wellbeing and social capital.

    Researchers studied the members of the Israeli cachibol sports league, Mamanet, which is a non-professional club for mothers, and compared their levels of social capital to non-players. The results may surprise you!

    Session Title: Social Capital Among Sport Club Members in Israel

    Virtual session
    Social Change

    Researchers studied the members of the Israeli cachibol sports league, Mamanet, which is a non-professional club for mothers, and compared their levels of social capital to non-players. The results may surprise you!

    Session Title: Social Capital Among Sport Club Members in Israel

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Health and Wellbeing
    visibility & voice

    Researchers studied the members of the Israeli cachibol sports league, Mamanet, which is a non-professional club for mothers, and compared their levels of social capital to non-players. The results may surprise you!

    Session Title: Social Capital Among Sport Club Members in Israel

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Health and Wellbeing

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