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Revista de Ciencias Médicas de Pinar del Río

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SERRANO TAMAYO, Marcos Alexis; MARTINEZ BARZAGAS, Odonel; FORNET HERNANDEZ, Elena  and  RAMIREZ ESPINOSA, Bernardo. Universitary innovative management by project in the neurological recovery of boxers. Rev Ciencias Médicas [online]. 2015, vol.19, n.2, pp.330-341. ISSN 1561-3194.

Introduction: boxing may give rise to great champions or restrict human body motion likewise. Such problem demands multidisciplinary efforts involving diverse actions for improving the quality of life of the sportsmen. In this context, the effectiveness of innovative management by university projects is unavoidable. Objective: to assess the effectiveness of the universitary management of an innovative project, as well as to design a therapeutic and prophylactic method for reducing neurologic alterations in boxers. Material and method: mixed study carried out combining both the qualitative and the quantitative approach and using theoretical, empirical and statistical methods, for which a project is chosen, with a sample of ten boxers from the team of Granma Province (Cuba). Results: the characteristics of the project’s work team and its correspondence with the context-centric model. Diagnosis of the boxers’ neurologic affectations, corroborating the neurologic alterations persisting in the sportsmen. Methods, models and new concepts for reducing neurological damage in boxers, synthesized and specified in papers, publications, reports, events, copyrighted works, and others, as qualitative and quantitative expression of the effectiveness of the educational processes of the sports university. Conclusions: the university innovative management developed appropriately to the context-centric model helps the investigators’ performance in solving complex problems like the increase of the nervous system’s resistance and adaptability to sports traumas.

Keywords : Neurology; Projects; Universities.

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