LA SALUTE È SICUREZZA ANCHE ALLA GUIDA Un viaggio innovativo per conoscere le apnee notturne
Road accidents are still one of the main causes of injury, permanent disability and death. About 90% of road accidents are caused by bad habits, distractions and human error. The state of health or the presence of acute or chronic illnesses can modify and impair driving performance. A little-known example is the Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome (OSAS), which is the most common medical cause of excessive daytime sleepiness, a major factor in road accidents.
The webinar offers an innovative and participatory pathway for a different training experience developed under the SLeeP@SA project (BRIC Inail 2018 in collaboration with Sapienza University). The training/information activities on OSAS will be presented through innovative methods of active participation and through the use of multimedia tools. A self-screening mobile application which gives an individual feedback about OSAS risk, includes also some textual information and 2D and 3D videos as well as a series of interactive activities in augmented reality and a gamified quiz developed also with the aim of providing immediate informative and orientation feedback.
10:45 La salute è sicurezza anche alla guida
Agnese Martini, Inail – Dipartimento di medicina, epidemiologia, igiene del lavoro e ambientale (Dimeila)
10:55 Il Progetto SleeP@SA: Salute sul Lavoro e Prevenzione delle Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Antonella Polimeni – Rettrice Sapienza Università di Roma
11:05 I disturbi respiratori del sonno: un’epidemia silenziosa
Marco Brunori, Sapienza Università di Roma - Dipartimento di scienze odontostomatologiche e maxillo-facciali
11:20 SLeeP@SA: innovazione e conoscenza
Emma Pietrafesa, Inail – Dipartimento medicina, epidemiologia, igiene del lavoro e ambientale (Dimeila)
Agnese Martini, Inail – Dipartimento medicina, epidemiologia, igiene del lavoro e ambientale (Dimeila)
11:40 Riflessioni conclusive e chiusura dei lavori
Valeria Luzzi, Sapienza Università di Roma - Dipartimento di scienze odontostomatologiche e maxillo-facciali
Antonella Polimeni graduated in Medicine and Surgery in 1987, specialised in Odontostomatology in 1990 and specialised in Orthognatodontics in 1993. Full Professor SSD MED/28 at Sapienza University of Rome, current Rector at the same University for the six-year period 2020-2026. She has been Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Sapienza University of Rome, for the academic three-year period 2018-2021; Coordinator of the Doctoral Program in Skeletal and Oral-Craniofacial Diseases, Sapienza University of Rome; Coordinator of the School of Specialisation in Paediatric Dentistry; Director of the Interfaculty Master's Degree Course in Law, Civil and Industrial Engineering, Medicine and Dentistry, Pharmacy and Medicine, Medicine and Psychology, two-year level II "Integrated management of health and safety in the changing of the world of work" at Sapienza University of Rome in collaboration with INAIL. Her scientific activity has been directed towards the study of biocompatible materials; coeliac disease, in particular directed towards the ultrastructural alterations of hard tissues; 3D diagnostics of oro-cranio-facial structures; rare diseases of the oro-cranio-facial district; multidisciplinary approach to obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome (OSAS); multidisciplinary approach to head and neck cancers. His scientific production includes more than 470 publications in international and national journals, more than 100 national and international conference proceedings, 6 manuals, one of which published in English, and 2 monographs. He also edited the Italian edition of an atlas text and two manuals, as well as the Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome’s guidelines published by the Italian Ministry of Health. https://www.sleeposas.it/chi-siamo/
Emma Pietrafesa first degree in 2003 in foreign languages and literatures with a focus on information and communication and second degree in 2004 in political science at Lumsa University of Rome. PhD - Research Doctorate in International Relations at Sapienza University of Rome. Since 2009 she is Researcher at the Department of Medicine, Epidemiology, Occupational and Environmental Hygiene of INAIL, expert in communication, digital technologies and innovative training methods. She is a trainer and lecturer in courses for safety figures under Legislative Decree 81/08 and subsequent amendments and a speaker at national and international conferences in the sector. She is author of numerous articles and scientific publications on health and safety at work. https://www.sleeposas.it/chi-siamo/
Agnese Martini graduated in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Rome "La Sapienza" in 1997 and specialised in Occupational Medicine at the same University in 2001. PhD in Infectious Diseases, Microbiology and Public Health. Since 2008 she is Researcher in Occupational Medicine at the Department of Medicine, Epidemiology, Occupational and Environmental Hygiene of INAIL. Scientific project responsible for research lines and projects in the field of health and safety at work. Trainer and lecturer in courses aimed at safety figures under Legislative Decree 81/08 and subsequent amendments. Speaker at national and international conferences in the sector and author of numerous articles and scientific publications on occupational health and safety. https://www.sleeposas.it/chi-siamo/
Marco Brunori graduated in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Rome "La Sapienza" in 1990 and specialised in Odontostomatology at the same University in 1993. He is Medical Director at the Head and Neck Unit of the Policlinico Umberto I of Rome - University "La Sapienza". PhD - Doctor of Research in Cardiorespiratory Physiopathology. Fellow of the International College of Cranio-Mandibular Orthopaedics. He has carried out research in the field of ventilation control in physiological and pathological conditions, including Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome, and in cranio-mandibular alterations. He is Professor of Respiratory Diseases at the Postgraduate School of Internal Medicine - University of Rome
Valeria Luzzi è laureata in Odontoiatria e Protesi Dentaria presso l’Università “Sapienza” di Roma. Specialista in Ortognatodonzia, Specialista in Statistica Sanitaria e Biometria, Dottore di Ricerca in “Malattie odontostomatologiche nelle patologie sistemiche in età pediatrica ed adulta”. Da dicembre 2018 ad oggi è Ricercatore RTD/B, presso l’Università “Sapienza” di Roma. Ha concentrato la propria attività di ricerca e clinica prevalentemente nel campo della prevenzione ortodontica con particolare orientamento negli ultimi anni ai Disturbi Respiratori del sonno e all’OSAS relativamente sia agli aspetti epidemiologici dell’età adulta e pediatrica, sia a quelli di terapia ortodontica in età adulta e pediatrica. È autrice di numerose pubblicazioni scientifiche in campo nazionale e internazionale, testi specialistici.