World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 2015; 3D body-scanning measurement is comparable to tape measurement in assessing upper limb lymphedema in breast cancer survivors/A six-month Qigong training program for survivors of nasopharyngeal cancer enhances body balance: a pilot study/Postural control in irradiated survivors of nasopharyngeal cancer with and without tai chi qigong training – a cross-sectional study/Effects of tai chi qigong training on aerobic capacity and arterial hemodynamics in survivors of nasopharyngeal cancer/Heart-rate variability changes in survivors of nasopharyngeal cancer during tai chi qigong practice


Grant Data
Project Title
World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 2015; 3D body-scanning measurement is comparable to tape measurement in assessing upper limb lymphedema in breast cancer survivors/A six-month Qigong training program for survivors of nasopharyngeal cancer enhances body balance: a pilot study/Postural control in irradiated survivors of nasopharyngeal cancer with and without tai chi qigong training – a cross-sectional study/Effects of tai chi qigong training on aerobic capacity and arterial hemodynamics in survivors of nasopharyngeal cancer/Heart-rate variability changes in survivors of nasopharyngeal cancer during tai chi qigong practice
Principal Investigator
Dr Fong, Siu Ming   (Principal investigator)
Start Date
2015-05-01
Completion Date
2015-05-04
Amount
16500
Conference Title
World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 2015; 3D body-scanning measurement is comparable to tape measurement in assessing upper limb lymphedema in breast cancer survivors/A six-month Qigong training program for survivors of nasopharyngeal cancer enhances body balance: a pilot study/Postural control in irradiated survivors of nasopharyngeal cancer with and without tai chi qigong training – a cross-sectional study/Effects of tai chi qigong training on aerobic capacity and arterial hemodynamics in survivors of nasopharyngeal cancer/Heart-rate variability changes in survivors of nasopharyngeal cancer during tai chi qigong practice
Keywords
Rehabilitation
Discipline
Rehabilitative and Physical Medicine
Panel
Humanities
Sponsor
Conference Fund for Academic Staff
HKU Project Code
201407170268
Grant Type
URC/CRCG - Conference Support for Teaching Staff
Funding Year
2014/2015
Status
Completed
Objectives
N/A