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05-21-1999, 12:41 AM
Second conference of the International Shoulder Group
15 -16 August 1999
Calgary, Canada
third announcement
(June 1 deadline for early registration!!)


Following the succesful conference of the International Shoulder Group in
1996 in Delft, our second official meeting will be held as a satellite
meeting of the International Society of Biomechanics. The meeting will be
held at the University of Calgary.

Aim
The conference aims at the stimulation of interaction in the area of upper
extremity research, and especially the shoulder joint. We strive at the
interaction between fundamental and applied research, but also between
those who are active as researchers and those who intend to apply new
research in their clinical or ergonomic practice.
Comparable to the first conference in 1996 we hope to stimulate the
interaction between those active in the fields of ergonomics,
rehabilitation, orthopedics, neurology or sports.

Topics
The following papers will be presented at the two-day conference (in
alphabetical order):
Anderson D.D. Mechanically favorable adaptive bone remodeling in rotator
cuff arthropathy patients with good function
Baeyens J-P 3D Intra articular dysfunction in minor anterior glenohumeral
instability
Chang W.-N. The "axial rotation rhythm" of the upper extremity
Couteau B. Morphological and mechanical analysis of the glenoid by 3D
geometric reconstruction using computerized tomography
Ginn K. Conservative treatments for shoulder pain - a randomised clinical
trial to assess comparative effectiveness
Gupta S. Biomechanical stress analysis of scapula during humeral abduction
Jensen B.R. Aspects of shoulder function in relation to exposure demands and
fatigue
Karduna A. The effects of different Euler angle sequences on scapular
rotations
Kemp J. The effect of testing position on shoulder peak torque and muscle
balance of elite swimmers
Kemp J. The effects of strength training and reduced training on the rotator
cuff muscle
Kofoed Nielsen P. Quantitative ultrasound image analysis of the
supraspinatus muscle
Laursen B. Shoulder muscle load among young and elderly during a mouse task
Levin S.M. Putting the shoulder to the tensegrity wheel: A new biomechanical
model for the shoulder girdle
Makhsous M. The functional role of the coracoclavicular ligaments
Nagels J. Loosening of the glenoid component in total shoulder prosthesis: a
RSA pilot study
Palmerud G. A comparison between electromyographical measurements and
biomechanical model calculations of the human shoulder
Pascoal A.G. Effects of different arm external loads on the scapulohumeral
rhythm
Praagman M. A method for biomechanical modelling of energy consumption
Roy P. van Anatomical variability of the sternoclavicular joint
Roy P. van Anatomical variability of the glenoid cavity, acromion and
coracoid process of the scapula
Sjøgaard G. Intermittent contraction pattern and muscle involvement during
different target force feed back modes
Stokdijk M. Function of rotator cuff muscles in the normal and affected
shoulder
T'Jonck L. Results of a rehabilitation program for minor anterior shoulder
instability in the overhead athletes
T'Jonck L. Rotator cuff abnormalities and functional outcome in asymptomatic
subjects
Van der Helm, F. Potential moment vectors: a way to describe muscle function

Visser B. The effect of arm and wrist supports on the load of the upper
extremity during VDU-work

Registration
The registration fee for the conference is CD$300,00 for ISB members and
CD$320,00 for non-members, if registered before June 1, 1999.
Registration forms as well as Accomodation forms are available from
http://www.fbw.vu.nl/research/Lijn_A4/shoulder/isg/forms.html, or from the
Congress secretariat:
Michelle Richards, Conference Management Services,
University of Calgary,
2500 University Drive NW.
Phone (403)-220-7103
Fax: (403)-284-4184
e-mail: richardm@ucalgary.ca

Also, these forms can be requested by e-mail from
Int.Shoulder.Group@WBMT.TUDelft.NL


Scientific committee:
Dr. H.E.J. Veeger, VU Amsterdam
Dr. B.R. Jensen, National Institute of Occupational Health, Copenhagen,
Denmark
Dr. Ir. L.A. Rozendaal, VU Amsterdam
Prof. F.C Su, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan


On behalf of the scientific committee,
DirkJan Veeger,
Institute for Fundamental and Clinical Human Movement Sciences,
Department of Human Movement Sciences, VU Amsterdam
v.d. Boechorststraat 9, 1081 BT Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
e-mail: H_E_J_Veeger@fbw.vu.nl



Reminder: Second conference of the International Shoulder Group


Second conference of the International Shoulder Group
15 -16 August 1999
Calgary, Canada
third announcement
(June 1 deadline for early registration!!)


Following the succesful conference of the International Shoulder Group in 1996 in Delft, our second official meeting will be held as a satellite meeting of the International Society of Biomechanics. The meeting will be held at the University of Calgary.

Aim
The conference aims at the stimulation of interaction in the area of upper extremity research, and especially the shoulder joint. We strive at the interaction between fundamental and applied research, but also between those who are active as researchers and those who intend to apply new research in their clinical or ergonomic practice.
Comparable to the first conference in 1996 we hope to stimulate the interaction between those active in the fields of ergonomics, rehabilitation, orthopedics, neurology or sports.

Topics
The following papers will be presented at the two-day conference (in alphabetical order):
Anderson D.D. Mechanically favorable adaptive bone remodeling in rotator cuff arthropathy patients with good function
Baeyens J-P 3D Intra articular dysfunction in minor anterior glenohumeral instability
Chang W.-N. The "axial rotation rhythm" of the upper extremity
Couteau B. Morphological and mechanical analysis of the glenoid by 3D geometric reconstruction using computerized tomography
Ginn K. Conservative treatments for shoulder pain - a randomised clinical trial to assess comparative effectiveness
Gupta S. Biomechanical stress analysis of scapula during humeral abduction
Jensen B.R. Aspects of shoulder function in relation to exposure demands and fatigue
Karduna A. The effects of different Euler angle sequences on scapular rotations
Kemp J. The effect of testing position on shoulder peak torque and muscle balance of elite swimmers
Kemp J. The effects of strength training and reduced training on the rotator cuff muscle
Kofoed Nielsen P. Quantitative ultrasound image analysis of the supraspinatus muscle
Laursen B. Shoulder muscle load among young and elderly during a mouse task
Levin S.M. Putting the shoulder to the tensegrity wheel: A new biomechanical model for the shoulder girdle
Makhsous M. The functional role of the coracoclavicular ligaments
Nagels J. Loosening of the glenoid component in total shoulder prosthesis: a RSA pilot study
Palmerud G. A comparison between electromyographical measurements and biomechanical model calculations of the human shoulder
Pascoal A.G. Effects of different arm external loads on the scapulohumeral rhythm
Praagman M. A method for biomechanical modelling of energy consumption
Roy P. van Anatomical variability of the sternoclavicular joint
Roy P. van Anatomical variability of the glenoid cavity, acromion and coracoid process of the scapula
Sjøgaard G. Intermittent contraction pattern and muscle involvement during different target force feed back modes
Stokdijk M. Function of rotator cuff muscles in the normal and affected shoulder
T'Jonck L. Results of a rehabilitation program for minor anterior shoulder instability in the overhead athletes
T'Jonck L. Rotator cuff abnormalities and functional outcome in asymptomatic subjects
Van der Helm, F. Potential moment vectors: a way to describe muscle function
Visser B. The effect of arm and wrist supports on the load of the upper extremity during VDU-work

Registration
The registration fee for the conference is CD$300,00 for ISB members and CD$320,00 for non-members, if registered before June 1, 1999.
Registration forms as well as Accomodation forms are available from http://www.fbw.vu.nl/research/Lijn_A4/shoulder/isg/forms.html, or from the Congress secretariat:
Michelle Richards, Conference Management Services,
University of Calgary,
2500 University Drive NW.
Phone (403)-220-7103
Fax: (403)-284-4184
e-mail: richardm@ucalgary.ca

Also, these forms can be requested by e-mail from Int.Shoulder.Group@WBMT.TUDelft.NL


Scientific committee:
Dr. H.E.J. Veeger, VU Amsterdam
Dr. B.R. Jensen, National Institute of Occupational Health, Copenhagen, Denmark
Dr. Ir. L.A. Rozendaal, VU Amsterdam
Prof. F.C Su, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan


On behalf of the scientific committee,
DirkJan Veeger,
Institute for Fundamental and Clinical Human Movement Sciences,
Department of Human Movement Sciences, VU Amsterdam
v.d. Boechorststraat 9, 1081 BT Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
e-mail: H_E_J_Veeger@fbw.vu.nl