Córdoba, Spain – October 15th, 16th and 17th, 2021

CONFERENCE ACCREDITATION

08:00 a 09:00h

OPENING CEREMONY

09:00 a 10:00h

KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 1

10:00 a 10:45h

KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 2

10:45 a 11:30h

POSTER SESSION

09:30 a 18:00h

BREAK

11:30 – 12:00h

EXPERIENCE ROUND TABLE

12:00 a 13:30h

POSTER SESSION

09:30 a 18:00h

BREAK / LUNCH

13:30 – 15:30h

ZUEL, ORIENTAL DANCE

15:30 a 15:45h

KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 3

15:45 a 16:30h

KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 4

16:30 a 16:45h

KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 5

16:45 a 17:00h

ORAL PRESENTATIONS 1

17:00 a 18:00h

POSTER SESSION

09:30 a 18:00h

KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 6

09:30 a 10:15h

ORAL PRESENTATIONS 2

10:15 a 11:15h

POSTER SESSION

09:30 a 17:00h

BREAK

11:15 – 11:45h

iPLAY SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND LANGUAJES

11:45 a 12:00h

KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 7

12:00 a 12:45h

KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 8

12:45 a 13:30h

POSTER SESSION

09:30 a 17:00h

BREAK / LUNCH

13:30 – 15:30h

ORAL PRESENTATIONS 3 AND POSTERS

15:30 a 17:00h

POSTER SESSION

09:30 a 17:00h

GALA DINNER

20:30 – 23:00h

KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 9

09:30 a 10:15h

ORAL PRESENTATIONS 4

10:15 a 11:15h

POSTER SESSION

09:30 a 12:30h

BREAK

11:15 – 11:45h

KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 10

11:45 a 12:30h

POSTER SESSION

09:30 a 12:30h

CONFERENCE STATEMENT

12:30 a 12:50h

AWARDS, ORAL PRESENTATION AND POSTER

12:50 a 13:00h

CLOSING CEREMONY

13:00 a 13:30h

KEY-NOTE SPEAKER SESSION

FRIDAY MORNING – KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 1

Prevention and Olympism in a global vision of lifesaving

Dr. Harald Vervaecke PhD

Secretary General of International Life Saving Federation – ILS (Belgium)

FRIDAY MORNING – KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 2

Psychological aspects in critical situations. Cognition and behaviour in emergencies condition

Dr. Jesús Miranda Páez

University of Málaga (Spain)

FRIDAY MORNING – EXPERIENCE ROUND TABLE

Drowning: Life and death real cases to teach and learn from what we thought would never happen

D. Víctor Soro

Hugo García Esquina’s father (Spain)

Dr. Jesús Miranda Páez

Psychology towards the victim’s family (Spain)

Dña. Hortensia Espitaleta

Asalvo President (Colombia)

Dr. Francisco Cano Noguera

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Safety and Drowning Prevention Director (Spain)

José Luis Blasco Chave

Journalist – Moderator

FRIDAY AFTERNOON – KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 3

Unintentional drowning prevention. From global problem to local action

Mr. Jonathon Passmore

World Health Organization (Regional Office for Europe) – WHO

FRIDAY AFTERNOON – KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 4

A European perspective on drowning prevention

Dr. Detlev Mohr

President of International Life Saving Federation of Europe – ILSE

FRIDAY AFTERNOON – KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 5

Advances in prevention against the drowning risk in Andalusia

Mr. Agustín Muñoz Martín

General Director for Emergencies and Civil Protection of the Andalusian Government

SATURDAY MORNING – KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 6

Information saves lives, let’s save lives then

Mr. Rafael Gálvez Rivas

Civil Protection Coordinator on Puente Genil (Cordoba), Prevention Responsible (Spain)

SATURDAY MORNING – KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 7

Work of Military Emergency Unit against flood

Brigada INF/LIG. José Cabiedas Todosantos

Military Emergency Unit – UME (Spain)

SATURDAY MORNING – KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 8

Aspects and variables of lifesaving in an expanding continent: The Africa’s case

Dr. Mohamed Ali Gharbal

Africa’s Region President. International Lifesaving Federation ILS (Morocco)

SUNDAY MORNING – KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 9

Lean and Industry 4.0: Methodologies and innovations as a tool to drowning reduction in natural aquatic areas

D. David del Valle Maquinay

Spanish Red Cross (Spain)

SUNDAY MORNING – KEY-NOTE SPEAKER 10

Italy. A model of sport success

Dr. Giorgio Quintavalle

President of lifesaving division in Italian swimming Federation – FIN.

Vicepresident of International Lifesaving Federation of Europe – ILSE (Italy)

ORAL PRESENTATION

PREVENTION

Prescription medication and chronic medical conditions: The silent contributor to unintentional adult drownings – A systematic review

Danielle H. Taylor, Richard C. Franklin y Amy E. Peden

James Cook University, Towsville (Australia)

Why do drownings happen? Lack of knowledge, negligence or overconfidence

María Victoria García Sanz, Irene Ortega García, José Luis García Abia, Laura Ortega García, Gerardo Ortega Hernández

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Drowning Prevention Commission (Spain)

Rural Drowning Prevention Program Delivery: The Role of Local Government

Sean M. Dillon, Henry C., Taylor y Danielle H. Taylor

Alpha Learn to Swim and Barcaldine Regional Council (Australia)

The lifeguards’ skill in detecting a mannequin immersed in a public swimming pool

Pascal Lebihain y Elie Vignac

Poitiers University (France)

Drowning Prevention Specific to the Agricultural Industry: The Added Challenges

Henry C Taylor, Sean M Dillon and Danielle H Taylor

Alpha Learn to Swim and Barcaldine Regional Council (Australia)

Sierra Leone Life Saving Society

Patrick Olumide Campbell

Sierra Leone Life Saving Society (Sierra Leone)

Interinstitutional Cooperation Strategies on Drowning Prevention

Ariel Lafuente y Elieth Moraga

Costa Rican Red Cross (Costa Rica)

Adolescent risk and protective factors

Francisco Cano Noguera y Ana Ortiz Olivar

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Drowning Prevention Commission (Spain)

Injury prevention on lifesaving activity

Francisco Cano Noguera

University of Murcia (Spain)

A Future Without Drowning : Iran Drowning Prevention Strategy

Bijan Piryaei

I.R.IRAN Life Saving and Diving Federation (Iran)

Sustainable Delivery of Swimming Instruction: Australian Distribution Inequalities

Danielle H. Taylor, Richard C. Franklin, Amy E. Peden, Henry
C. Taylor y Sean M. Dillon

James Cook University, Towsville (Australia)

YMCA Lifeguard School in Venezuela

Wanda Vargas Rehak

YMCA Lifeguard School (Venezuela)

SWIMMING AND WATER SAFETY EDUCATION

WACOMO: A conceptual framework for water competence among children from a developmental and motor learning perspective

Kristine De Martelaer (1), Robert Stallman (2), Steve Langendorfer (3), LisaMertens (1), Bieke Bardyn (1), Dean Dudley (4), Kevin Moran (5), Joost Bierens (1), Eva D’Hondt (1)

(1) Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, (2) Norwegian Life Saving Society, Norway, (3) Bowling Green State University, USA, (4) Macquirie University, Sydney, Australia, (5) Faculty of Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Prevention and promotion programs of the Castilla y Leon Lifesaving Federation to expand a lifesaving culture. Lifesaving and lifeguard training

Alberto Retuerto Marqués e Israel García Gutiérrez

Castilla y Leon Lifesaving Federation – FECLESS (Spain)

Let the Baby Show the Way

Torill Hindmarch

Norwegian Lifesaving Society (Norway)

Accidents prevention in swimming pools through an aquatic motor story

Irene Palazón Jiménez and Francisco Cano Noguera

University of Murcia (Spain)

RESGATE Junior Lifeguard Educational Program – “Creating a water safety culture”: 15-year perspective of program implementation in Portugal

António Mestre y Rodrigo Costa

Resgate – A.N.S.L.A. (Portugal)

Outdoor swimming education in Norway, from prohibition to injunction

Mats Melbye

Norwegian Lifesaving Society (Norway)

Prevention and promotion programs of the Castilla y Leon Lifesaving Federation to expand a lifesaving culture. Schoolar sports, federated sports and lifesaving promotion

Israel García Gutiérrez y Alberto Retuerto Marqués

Castilla y Leon Lifesaving Federation – FECLESS (Spain)

Service-Learning. A tool to reduce drowning

Ismael Sanz-Arribas, María Teresa Calle-Molina, Raquel Aguado-Gómez e Ignacio Garoz-Puerta

University Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)

MIGRANT AND REFUGEE

Proyecto Agua, when prevention and education at sea save people

Salvador Perelló Marín

Comunidad Valenciana Lifesaving Federation – FSSCV (Spain)

Migrant and drowning: The sea power

Antonio Miguel Ramírez Lomeña y Victoria Eugenia Muñoz García

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Melilla Delegation (Spain)

INNOVATIONS

Social media management in the field of Spanish lifesaving in the corporate strategy context

Fátima Ramírez Cerrato, Álvaro A. Vega Cid, Isabel García Sanz, Raúl Lázaro Arranz y Javier Sánchez Peinado

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. President Office (Spain)

Ceus App

David Varela, Carolina V., Belén L., Javier L. y Silvia T

CEUS, Universal Emergency Control for Safeguarding
(Spain)

Digitization of safety information on beaches

Ismael Requena Moreno y Ángel García García

SafeBeach (Spain)

Wuanap, the smart life-saving collar

Ignacio Cuesta

Collar4Life S.L. (Spain)

Green boards – enviromental friendly lifeguard equipment

Claire Ann Viesca Alfonso, Cliff Ray y Peter Davis

Norwegian Lifesaving Society (Norway)

Inclusion device for visual disability lifesaving athletes

Ismael Sanz Arribas

University Autónoma of Madrid (Spain)

The app “water competence” – a tool for teaching and learning swimming and lifesaving”

Egil Galaaen Gjølme

Norwegian Lifesaving Society (Norway)

Supporting beach lifeguarding with Unmanned Aerial Systems

Maciej Dziubich

WOPR Sopot – Polish voluntary water rescue service (Polonia)

DATA

Analysis of pre-hospital treatment in drowning cases

Capitán Luis Hidalgo

Costa Rican National Lifesaving Association (Costa Rica)

National Drowning Report (INA). Evolution 2015-2019

Ismael Sanz Arribas y Alberto García Sanz

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Research Commission

Analysis of death by drowning in Costa Rica over the last 20 years and current situation in Central American region

Capitán Luis Hidalgo

Costa Rican National Lifesaving Association (Costa Rica)

Analysis of drowning incidents in Spain from 2013 to the present and data exploration tools

Diego García Saiz, Brian Sal Sarria, Pablo Sánchez Barreiro, Olga de Cos Guerra, Valentín Castillo Salcines and Luis Miguel Pascual

University of Cantabria (Spain)

Correlation between the consequences of climate change and death by drowning in Portugal

Alexandre Tadeia, António Mestre, António Santos, António Silva, Carlos Ferreira, Carlos Vieira, Daniel Meco, João Lança, João Pinheiro, Jorge Azevedo, José Anjos, José Viegas, Leonardo Springer, Luís Caeiro, Marco Galamba, Marcos Henriques, Nuno Gomes, Patrícia Domingos, Roberto Sá, Rodrigo Costa, Rui Cardoso, Valter Guerreiro

Portuguese Lifesaving Federation – FEPONS (Portugal)

Profile of deaths by drowning in children (0 to 14 years) in Colombia between 2010 and 2020 (one decade)

Hortensia María Espitaleta Vergara, Olga Lucía Baquero Castañeda y Mauricio Pinilla

National Association on Drowning Prevention – Asalvo (Colombia) 

RESCUE

The gaze behaviour of novice and experienced beach lifeguards

Pieter Vansteenkiste, Matthieu Lenoir y Jan G Bourgois

Ghent University (Belgium)

Operational protocol for search and rescue on the Cantabrian coast and beaches

Fco. Javier Odriozola Sánchez

Cantabrian Lifesaving Federation – FCSS (Spain)

Lifeguard. Main link on the drowning prevention chain

D. Alejandro Restelli

Argentine Lifesaving Federation – FASA (Argentina)

History of water rescue in Guatemala

Pedro Fernando Pérez santos y José Eduardo del Cid Vásquez

National Lifesaving Association of Guatemala – ANSAGUA (Guatemala)

Integral intervention of the Red Cross team at La Barrosa beach in a jet ski accident with several victims with TBI, about a case

Diego Fernández Martínez, José Antonio Rodríguez Santana, José Diego Domínguez Chamorro y José Manuel González de los Santos

Spanish Red Cross, La Barrosa Beach (Spain)

National program “Nadador-Salvador Junior” of the Portuguese Lifesaving Federation

Alexandre Tadeia, António Mestre, António Santos, António Silva, Carlos Ferreira, Carlos Vieira, Daniel Meco, João Lança, João Pinheiro, Jorge Azevedo, José Anjos, José Viegas, Leonardo Springer, Luís Caeiro, Marco Galamba, Marcos Henriques, Nuno Gomes, Patrícia Domingos, Roberto Sá, Rodrigo Costa, Rui Cardoso, Valter Guerreiro

Portuguese Lifesaving Federation – FEPONS (Portugal)

MEDICAL

Teaching First Aid to lifeguards: A Critical View

Fernando Solar Fernández

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Medical Unit
(Spain)

Falls prevention in older adults through work in the aquatic environment

David Alarcón Mira and Francisco Cano Noguera

University of Murcia (Spain)

First aid kit: conecting criteria

Victoria E. Muñoz García

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Medical Commission (Spain)

Oxygen therapy use by the aquatic lifeguard: YES vs NO

Victoria E. Muñoz García, Antonio Miguel Ramíre, Lomeña e Inmaculada Morales Mengual

Real Federación Española de Salvamento y Socorrismo – RFESS. Comisión Sanitaria (España)

DISASTER AND IMPACTS CLIMATE CHANGES

Water rescue in floods

Sergio Nava Herreros y Vicente Raúl Víbora

Rescue 3 Portugal (Spain)

BUSF and the strengthening of Ibero-American Emergency Services in the field of aquatic rescue in major disasters

Antonio García Romero and Antonio Caballero García

Bomberos Unidos sin Fronteras (Spain)

Artificial Rip Currents on Italian Beaches: the Problem of Hard Defences and Bathing Safety

Dario Giorgio Pezzini

National Lifeguarding Society – GNRAC (Italy)

Floods intervention and rescue in Cantabri

Fco. Javier Odriozola Sánchez

Civil Protection Technician of the Cantabrian Government

SPORT

Lifesaving Sport: More than competition

Brendan Mc Grath

Water Safety Ireland (Ireland)

Lifesaving sport development in children and teenagers

Gabriel Villanueva y Alejandro Restelli

Argentinan Aquatic Lifesaving Federation (Argentina)

Olympic values on lifesaving sport

Mª Eugenia Martínez-Gorroño, Ismael Sanz Arribas y María Teresa Calle Molina

University Autónoma of Madrid (Spain)

Psychological characteristics of lifesaving sport performance

Alberto Retuerto Marqués

Castilla y León Lifesaving Federation – FECLESS (Spain)

Inclusive lifesaving

Ismael Sanz Arribas, Raquel Aguado Gómez y María Teresa Calle Molina

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Inclusive Sport Commission (Spain)

International Challenge, the competitive alternative during the lockdown

Francisco Cano Noguera, Jesús Troyano Diago, Inés González Díaz y Raúl Lázaro Arranz

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Event Direction (Spain)

A journey through time for the Spanish lifesaving team

Francisco Javier Catalá Llinares

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS Member of the Spanish national team (Spain)

Adaptation of Spanish Lifesaving Championship to COVID regulations

José Miguel Rodríguez Ferrero, Antonio Triviño Pardo, Marta Cuetos Montero y Alberto García Sanz

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Event Direction (Spain)

Developing Lifesaving Sport Structures

Brendan Mc Grath

Water Safety Ireland (Ireland)

Women role evolution on Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation since the creation of the Woman Lifesaving Commission

Inés González Díaz y Sandra Casado Navas

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Equality Direction (Spain)

Developing Age Group Lifesavers into Seniors Athletes

Brendan Mc Grath

Water Safety Ireland (Ireland)

Health-related quality of life in female sport lifesaver against other sports and sedentary woman

Inés González Díaz y Ana María Domínguez Pachón

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Equality Direction (Spain)

Synergies creation for lifesaving promotion

Bernardo J. Guerrero Aguilar y Ana I. Fernández Díaz

Almendralejo Lifesaving Club (Spain)

Load quantification applied to lifesaving training planning

Israel García Gutiérrez

Castilla y Leon Lifesaving Federation – FECLESS (Spain)

Loving lifesaving. The importance of supporting child categories

Núria Payola Anglada

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS Member of the Spanish national team (Spain)

Kinematic analysis of different parts of pool lifesaving event as a function of gender

Ana María Domínguez Pachón y José Miguel Rodríguez Ferrero

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Sport Direction (Spain)

POSTER SESSION

Death River

Egil Galaaen Gjølme Y Øyvind Bjerke

Norwegian Lifesaving Society (Norway)

The web site as the digital building of spanish lifesaving

Álvaro A. Vega Cid, Isabel García Sanz y Raúl Lázaro Arranz

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. President Office (Spain)

European Prevention Week

Juan José Arregui Pérez, Isabel García Sanz y Alberto García Sanz

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Drowning Prevention Commission (Spain)

Prevention and water safety project, collaborative experience betwen entities

Miguel Ángel Herrerías Berbel y Bernardo Javier Guerrero Aguilar

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Drowning Prevention Commission (Spain)

RFESS social media impact

Fátima Ramírez Cerrato y Álvaro Vega Cid

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. President Office (Spain)

Variation of Death Statistics in the Aquatic Environment in Post-confinement Covid-19 in 2020

Alexandre Tadeia, António Mestre, António Santos, António Silva, Carlos Ferreira, Carlos Vieira, Daniel Meco, João Lança, João Pinheiro, Jorge Azevedo, José Anjos, José Viegas, Leonardo Springer, Luís Caeiro, Marco Galamba, Marcos Henriques, Nuno Gomes, Patrícia Domingos, Roberto Sá, Rodrigo Costa, Rui Cardoso, Valter Guerreiro

Portuguese Lifesaving Federation – FEPONS (Portugal)

Epidemiology, risk factors, measures and strategies to prevent drowning in Europe

Mikel Txopitea Elorriaga

Castro Urdiales Beaches Lifesaving Club (Spain)

Kinematic and evolutive analysis of different parts of pool lifesaving event from youth to senior category

José Miguel Rodríguez Ferrero and Ana María Domínguez Pachón

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Sport Direction (Spain)

Disruptive methodology: Proposal for a good practices decalogue related to safe practice of water sports: Windsurfing and Kitesurfing

Manuel Jesús Calleja Pinilla, Marta García Tascón y María Elena Hernández Hernández

Pablo de Olavide University (Spain)

Audio-visual support to help divulgate lifesaving sport techniques

Álvaro A. Vega Cid, Isabel García Sanz, Raúl Lázaro Arranz, Ana María Domínguez Pachón y José Miguel Rodríguez Ferrero

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. President Office (Spain)

The spanish lifesaving strategy suporting exceptional COVID-19 measures

Álvaro A. Vega Cid, Isabel García Sanz y Javier Sánchez Peinado

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. President Office (Spain)

What should a lifeguard know when performing CPR on a COVID-19 patient?

Sergio Nava Herreros y Jessica Álvarez Sequeiro

Rescue 3 Portugal (Spain)

INA – National Drowning Report. Data on pandemic year

Alberto García Sanz y Ana María Domínguez Pachón

Royal Spanish Lifesaving Federation – RFESS. Drowning Prevention Commission (Spain)

Proyecto Agua evolution since 2017 until now

Salvador Perelló Marín

Comunidad Valenciana Lifesaving Federation – FSSCV (Spain)

Resilience, optimism and commitment in water polo

Juan Agüera Velasco y Francisco Cano Noguera

University of Murcia (Spain)

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