Prof Derik Coetzee
Position
Adjunct Professor
Department
Exercise and Sport Sciences
Address
130C B11
Exercise and Sport Science
IB 35
Telephone
051 4012944
Office
Mabaleng Building B11
Information

Short CV

1. Personal details:
Name FREDERIK FRANCOIS COETZEE
ID 5711185086086
Age 50
Gender Male
Marital status Married- wife and 2 children

2. Education:
Military service (1976) Physical training instructor (P.T.I.) SA Defense Force

Tertiary: University of Stellenbosch

1980: B.A. (Physical Education – Faculty of Humanities)
1981 HOD (Higher education diploma)

University of the Free State (UFS). Bloemfontein

1982 B.A. Hons. (Biokinetics) Faculty of Humanities
1984 M.A. (Biokinetics) Faculty of Humanities
1987 D.Phil Faculty of Humanities
1991 MPA Faculty of Economic and
Management Sciences

OTHER
Physical Training Instructor – South African Defense Force 1976-1977
Introduction to Fortran IV (ASC2) Computer Centre, University of
the Free State, 1983
Basic Programming coarse, Computer Centre, University of
the Free State, 1984.
Computer Science (BDV 216), University of the Free State, 1985.
Wordstar, 1986
Lotus 1-2-3, 1987
Elastoplast Strapping, 1998
Sport Massage, 1997
2001
Posture, Feet and Proprioception Workshop 2008

3. Employment:
Faculty of Humanities
Full-time
1983-1986 Assistant Professional Officer: Biokinetic Laboratory
1987-1988 Lecturer Department Human Movement Sciences
1989 - 2008 Senior Lecturer: Department Human Movement Science

4. Areas of competence and assigned teaching responsibility
Teaching attributes
• Lecturer, Moderator and Examiner in Exercise Physiology, Fitness testing and Training, Sport Injuries and Resear at pre- & post graduate levels.

Field of specialization:
Sport Science - Periodisation of sportsmen

Biokinetics - Rehabilitation of sports injuries and exercise prescription for wellness

Exercise physiology - Influence of repeated practice on the body

5. Post graduate studies
5.1 STUDY LEADER

Department Fisiotherapy:
MSc
Die invloed van oefening op hipertensie: 1987

Department Human Movement Studies
MA (HMS)
“n Morfologiese en fisiologiese studie van tennisspeelsters tussen die ouderdomme van 10-25 jaar.
1992
MA (HMS)
Isokinetiese wringkragnorme vir die skouergordelkompleks 1997

PhD
Die daarstelling van ‘n fisieke model vir die bepaling van die funksionele vermoë van die lumbale werwelkolom 1995

MA (HMS)
‘n Vergelyking tussen die antropometrie van kompeterende liggaamsbouers en hul kompetisieplasings. 1999

MA (HMS)
Inference about change- points in rehabilitation on the outcome of a knee arthroscopy as a result of patello femoral pain syndrome in sport. 2001

M-Tech
The relationship between anthropometry, dietary intake and physical activity in women (25-44 years) in Mangaung. 2003

 

MA (HMS)
Factors associated with injuries sustained by players during a Currie Cup Rugby Competition 2004

MA (HMS)
The effect of Visual Training and Sport Specific Training on the Performance of Rugby Skills 2004

MA (HMS) – Co-Leader 2005
The motor proficiency of obese 8-11 year old children

MBCHB-Magisterin Sportgeneeskunde (Co-Leader) 2009
Die aard en insidensie van Rugby beserings in 0/15 en o/19 Rugbyspelers in die Hoërskool De Aar vir die 2007 seisoen.

PH.D - Co-Leader 2010
Cardiovascular disease risk factors and cardiac morphology in vibration training

MA (HMS) –Leader 2010
Time motion analysis of International Rugby

MA (HMS) –Leader 2010
Biomechanical analysis of foot contact in sprinters

MA (HMS) –Leader 2010
Die Tobii – Eye Tracking (TET) sisteem om reëltoepassing in krieket te bevorder

MA (HMS) –Co-Leader 2010
The epidemiology of injuries in swimmers affiliated with Free State Aquatics

MA (HMS) –Co-Leader 2010
Knowledge and attitudes of swimming coaches in the Free State Aquatics Region

MA (HMS) –Leader 2010
Stretching tevhniques on hamstring flexibility in female adolescents

MA (HMS) –Leader 2010
Die epidemiologie van beserings by Suid-Afrikaanse netbalspelers

5.2 EXTERNAL EXAMINER: 2003-2010

External examiner
University Pretoria: Hons: Sport Science and Biokinetics
University Cape Town: Hons. Biokinetics
RAU- Hons: Sport Science
North-West University Sport Science
CUT- Bloemfontein Sport Science

D.Phil
Normative isokinetic torque values for rehabilitation in South Africa.

PhD
Die effek van ‘n wetenskaplike kondisioneringsprogram op enkele antropometriese, fisieke en motoriese veranderlikes by eersteligarugbyspelers

MPhil
Physiological profile of elite junior badminton players in South Africa

MA (HMS)
The application of discriminant analysis and logistic regression as methods of comppilation in prediction in youth rugby

MA (HMS)
Die effek van ‘n weerstandskondisioneringsprogram op enkele morfologiese, fisieke en motoriese komponente van o/19 klubrugbyspelers tydens ‘n rugbyseisoen

D Phil
Fisieke instandhouding en wetstoepassing: ‘n Impakstudie op die Suid-Afrikaanse Polisiediens.

D Phil
The significance of dominant ball carrying collisions as an indicator of sucsess in rugby union and the biomechanical analysis thereof

MA (HMS)
Comparative characteristics of elite New Zealand and South African u/16 Rugby-players with reference to game-specific skills, physical abilities and anthropometric data

M PHIL SPORTS MEDICINE
Psychological correlates of injury, illness and performance in Ironman Triathletes

D Phil
Die ontwikkeling van ‘n judo intervensie-program vir hulpverlening aan die motories-geremde leerder in graad een.

2011

MA (HMS)

Physiological demands during rugby union matches and practice sessions.

 
5.3 ARTICLES PUBLISHED

INTERNATIONAL
Effects of nisoldipine on cardiorespiratory response to static and dynamic exercise in essential hypertension. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitatation, (1987). 7(2):77-84.

NASIONAL
Die effek van ‘n oefenprogram op serumprolaktienvlakke van normale vroue in hul reproduktiewe jare. SA Sportgeneeskunde, 1990. VOL. 5.NR 4.

Isokinetic leg flexion and extension strength of elite track and field athletes. SA Sportgeneeskunde, 1991. VOL6, NR 1.

Clinical evaluation of an electronic device to measure the hematocrit of athletes during a 64km roadrun. SA Journal for research in Sport, Physical Education and Recreation. 1993. 15 (2).

A comparison of maximal torque levels of the different planes of movement of the shoulder-girdle complex for different types of sports. South African Journal for research in Sport Physical Education and Recreation, 2002. Vol 24/ No 1.

BOOKS
1995ISBN 0-620-18942-8
Rugby Fitness Testing and Training. A scientific approach for Coaches, Fitness
Trainers and players. ENDORSED BY SARFU 1995

Chapter in Book: Human Kinetics: BOOK 2009

Title of chapter: Tapering for Team Sports
Titel van boek / Title of book : Tapering and Peaking for Optimal Performance
Plek van uitgawe / Place of publication: United States of America
Uitgewer / Publisher: Human Kinetics 2009 ISBN: 10;0-7360-7484-8`

5.4 INTERNATIONAL/NATIONAL SYMPOSIA AND CONGRESSES 2001 - 2010

NATIONAL ATHLETIC CONGRESS, BLOEMFONTEIN 2001
“Plyometric’s- theory and practice”

INTERNATIONAL RUGBY CONDITIONING WORKSHOP, SARFU
CAPE-TOWN 2003
Strength and Power Training

FREE STATE PROVINCIAL RUGBY COACHES ASSOCIATION 2003
Workshop:
Rugby fitness testing and training

FREE STATE PROVINCIAL RUGBY COACHES ASSOCIATION 2003
Workshop
Power training for Rugby

FREE STATE PROVINCIAL COACHES DEVELOPMENT COURSE 2004
Periodization training for Rugby

DEPARMENT OF EDUCATION (SYRAC) FREE STATE PROVINCE
SEMINAR 2003
Physical testing and interpretation
Principles of physical conditioning

National Congress: South African Sport and Recreation, Port Elizabeth 2008

CPD Lecture- Medi-Clinic : Plyometrics- Theory and Practice 2008

• Mentorprogram 27 May 2008

1. “Mentoring” Presentation by Prof Engela Pretorius, Vice Dean, Faculty of Humanities,UFS
2. What is mentorship? Dr. H. Bezuidenhout, Faculty of Humanities, UFS
3. Mentoring for Transformation. Prof Josephine Allen – visiting Fulbright Scholar (Cornell University, USA).

• Module Evaluations: Evaluation of Assessments Staff Development
Course
[Dr. H. Bezuidenhout, UFS, April 2008]

ABROAD VISITS TO UNIVERSITIES AND SPORT INSTITUTES
Department Human Movement Studies: University of Brisbane- Australia 2004
Sport Institute- Canberra - Australia 2005
Department Human Movement Studies: Wellington NZ 2006
Department Human Movement Studies: Canberra Australia 2007


2009 - 2010

1. Tendon Injury Seminar/Lecture Series hosted by the Sports Medicine
Clinic, UFS, in collaboration with the South African Sports Medicine Association.

Topics: Tendon Injuries including, Pathology, Dr. Louis Holtzhausen
Novel Treatment Concepts. Dr. Louis Holtzhausen
Physiotherapy Treatment Approach. Mrs Corlia Brandt
Exercise Rehabilitation. Dr Derik Coetzee

Total Continuing Educational Units Awarded: 4.

Venue: BOK Auditorium, UFS
Date: 7 May 2009

2. Patient discussion: On a weekly basis (Every Friday) equal to +30 Health
Profession of S.A. (HPCSA) accredited CPD points

3. Weekly Multi-Professional academic discussion of a research article from an accredited Academic Journal by a member (on a rotary basis), of the Multi-Professional Medical team (Physicians, Physiotherapists and Biokineticists) of the Sport Clinic of the University of the Free State. Equal to +30 Health
Profession of S.A. (HPCSA) accredited CPD points

4. Evaluator as part of Evaluation Panel for presentations by first year Sportsmedicine Masters Programme students (Module EXM 703) of the UFS, February, 2009.

5. Evaluator as part of Evaluation Panel for presentations by first year Sportsmedicine Masters Programme students (Module CLL 705) of the UFS, May, 2009.

6. Evaluator as part of Evaluation Panel for presentations by third year Sportsmedicine Masters Programme students (Module CLL 705) of the UFS, May, 2009.

7. Evaluator as part of Evaluation Panel for presentations by third year Sportsmedicine Masters Programme students (Module EXM) of the UFS, Sept., 2009.

8. Evaluator as part of Evaluation Panel for presentations by third year Sportsmedicine Masters Programme students (Module CLL705) of the UFS, Sept., 2009.

9. SA Sports International Medicine Conference, Accredited by College of Medicine of South-Africa. MDB004/011/09/2009.
Guest Speaker.
Total Continuing Educational Units Awarded: 16.

2010:

1. Isokinetic Testing: Dr. Derik Coetzee, Medi Clinic, Bloemfontein,
Total Continuing Educational Units Awarded: 4.
February 2010.

2. Bridging Teaching-Learning Gaps: Engagement through Technology./ Oorbrugging van Onderrigleer-gapings: Dieper Berokkenheid d.m.v. Tegnologie. Dr Liezel Nel, Flippie Groenewoud 201, University of the Free State, 22 February 2010.

3. Guest speaker at the Medical Faculty of UFS Annual Refresher Course for Medical Practitioners, for the purpose of compulsory Continued Professional Development for Medical Practitioners. Venue: Medical Faculty, Christiaan de Wet Building, University of the Free State. Title of lecture: “Exercise Prescription for Chronic Diseases” (5 March 2010).

4. Patient discussion: On a weekly basis (Every Friday) equal to +30 Health Profession Council of S.A. (HPCSA) accredited CPD points.

5. Weekly Multi-Professional academic discussion of a research article from an accredited Academic Journal by a member (on a rotary basis), of the Multi-Professional Medical team (Physicians, Physiotherapists and Biokineticists) of the Sport Clinic of the University of the Free State.

6. Evaluator as part of Evaluation Panel for presentations by third year Sportsmedicine Masters Programme students (Module CLL705) of the UFS, Feb., 2010.

7. Centre for Higher Education Studies and Development (CHESD)
Credit-Bearing* Short Learning Programme in Assessment of learning in Higher Education. Credits : 16. 3. March, 2010.

8.National Athletic (ASA) Symposium; Guest Speaker. Tapering and Peaking for Optimal Performance. Bloemfontein. 12-08-2010.

5.5 COMMUNITY SERVICE :2003-2011

SEMINAR: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (SYRAC) FREE STATE PROVINCE
“Physical testing and interpretation
“Principles of physical conditioning

RUGBY DEVELOPMENT: Rugby coaching courses: Cheetah’s Rugby Development: 2003-2005

RUGBY DEVELOPMENT CLINICS: Springbok coaching Clinics 2004-2007

RUGBY CLINICS-SCHOOLS 2003-2010

CASTLE NASIONAL RUGBY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT FOR BLACK ELITE RUGBY PLAYERS
2004 - 2007

Conditioning Coach:  Shimlas: 2009 - 2011

CONDITIONING CONSULTANT

SA Hockey Women Team: 2010 - 2011

SA Hockey Men Team: 2010 - 2011

Bloemfontein Celtic Soccer Team: 2010 - 2011

 

6. Teaching experience

1987 - 1988 Lecturer: Department Human Movement Studies
1989 - 2008 Senior Lecturer Department Human Movement Science
2000-2004 Part time Department of Fisiotherapy
2003-2004 Part time Department of Nutrition
2005 - 2010 Part time MBCHB
.2009-2010 Part time CUT- 4th Years

7. Other work related experience

Professional
Biokineticist Jakin Clinic (Cardiac & Orthopedic rehabilitation)1985-1994
Condisioning Coach Super 10 & Super 12 Rugby, 1995,
1997,1998
Conditioning Coach SA A RugbyTeam 2001
Conditioning Coach SA U/21 2002-2003
Conditioning Coach SA Rugby/ SARFU Medical committee 1995-2005
Head Conditioning Coach: Springboks 2004-2007
Conditioning Coach Shimlas 2009-2010

8. Professional membership
SASMA
Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA)l- Biokineticist
Biocinetics Association of South Africa (BASA)

9. Awards, honors and recognitions

Merit bursary award for research: South African Research Council 1983

RUGBY: Conditioning Coach: Cheetah’s 1993-2004

3 Currie Cup Finals
2 Voda Cup Champion’s

Conditioning Coach- SA A 2002
Rugby World Cup Champions U/21 2001

Head Conditioning Coach: Springboks 2004 - 2007

Jenna Clifford- Vodacom Cup SA vs Australia Durban 2004
Jenna Clifford- Vodacom Cup SA vs New Zealand JHB 2004
FREEDOM CUP 2004

TRI NATIONS TROPHY 2004

The Investec Cup- SA vs Pacific Islanders- Gosford Australia
Danie Craven Cup-SA vs Argentina- BA Argentina 2004
Scottish Mutual Autumn Test series- SA vs Scotland 2004

IRB TEAM OF THE YEAR- 2004

Nomination: Bloemfonteiner of the Year 2005

Kovsie Sport: Special Merit Award 2006

Sport Writers Award – Free State 2007

LAEUREUS AWARD : TEAM OF THE WORLD 2007

RUGBY WORLD CUP CHAMPIONS 2007

Kovsie Alumni awards:
Kovsie Alumnus of the Year award: Cum Laude Award 2008
 

Courses Presented

MBW601: Research project (according to the chosen specialisation)
MBW602: Principal Studies and Research Methodology
MBW603: Exercise programme prescription  
MBW605: Exercise and sport science practice  
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