" My passion is to support the professional growth of physiotherapy students and explore future challenges and opportunities in our profession."
Joachim Ring works currently as Degree Programme Director in Physiotherapy and as Senior Lecturer at Arcada University of Applied Sciences. Ring is a strong professional and holds Master's degree focused in Health Promotion from Arcada University of Applied Science.
Ring is skilled in Coaching, Lecturing, Athletics, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Public Speaking. His teaching interest are in the field of rehabilitation, testing, physical activity and health promotion. Ring’s main research areas are working age people and elderly.
Bengs D., Jeglinsky I., Surakka J., Hellsten T., Ring J., Kettunen J. 2017. Reliability of Measuring Lower-Limb-Muscle Electromyography Activity Ratio in Activities of Daily Living With Electrodes Embedded in the Clothing. 2017. Journal of sport rehabilitation 26 (4).
Paakkonen H., Ring J., Kettunen J. 2018. Physical fitness of paramedic students during vocational training-a follow-up study. Irish Journal of Paramedicine 3 (1).
Ring J., Hellstén T., Kettunen J. 2019. Evaluating factors associated with the fear of falling in older adults using The Falls Efficacy Scale International (FES-I). Yrkeshögskolan Arcada.