Rehabilitation Management in Persistent Health Problems (PHP)

Course code
Student fee
Course fee (excl. housing)
Course Level

During this two-week programme we will look at rehabilitation and persistent health problems (PHP) from every angle. We respond to the World Health Organization’s call for action to promote, protect and restore health. We have chosen exercise as a key intervention. There is a lot of evidence on how people benefit from exercise. Moreover, exercise is free and has no side effects. Before the start of this course, there will be a preparatory session which can be viewed online. Get inspired by taking part.

If you decide to enroll for this summer course, you will transfer theory into practice. Together with peers and experts from the field you will acquire high clinical decision making- and treatment skills. You will acquire experience and skills on using exercise as a treatment method, when it comes to facing your clients’ PHP. Needless to say we use the latest evidence, as well as the experts opinion.  

In our case based learning lessons, we combine theory, skills and experience to solve clinical cases.  

We will focus on multiprofessional cooperation and innovation strategies to be able to set up tailor made rehabilitation programs in your own country.  

Course director
Else Scheffer & Mayke Kummer

Target audience

This summer school program is specially set up for students from various fields, such as: medicine, psychology, nursing studies, human movement studies and allied healthcare professionals, including physical therapy and occupational therapy. 


Course fee:
Student fee:
Student fee
Fee covers
Course + course materials
Housing fee:
Housing cost
Housing provider:
Utrecht Summer School
Extra information about the fee
  • The fee for professionals, both foreign and Dutch is €800
  • Students receive a €200 discount.


For this course you are required to upload the following documents when applying:

Motivation Letter

More information


Application deadline: 
Registration deadline
01 May 2022