OperaSana

Working succesfully on health issues

OperaSana

What does OperaSana stand for? 

OperaSana wants to contribute to a more vital Europe. OperaSana’s focus is to make employees more vital as the labour market plays a key role in vitality. Instead of focussing on employees via usual activities, OperaSana’s chooses to put emphasis on the employer first. OperaSana wants to hold a mirror up to the employer first in which they critically assess their own policy and behaviour towards vitality. 

OperaSana’s approach is evidence-based practice, in which all aspects of the EBP triangle are included. What does secular literature teach about this? What are the experiences of experts and what are the expectations of the companies? By combining this, OperaSana is able to provide a succesful concept! 

René Libsch – Opera Sana
October, 2020
Start OperaSana GmbH en OperaSana BV
Entry into the EBC in Kerkrade. It couldn't be more symbolic. Across the border for collaboration. The German adventure starts in November. OperaSana BV is a fact on October 26!
October, 2020
December, 2019
European Plans
Europe has almost everywhere the same problems and challenges. After my meeting with Tobi Klima (German sports scientist and entrepreneur), plans are being made to roll out OperaSana concept together in Germany.
December, 2019
October, 2018
Start of OperaSana in the Netherlands

There is plenty of education and research, with very skilled people. But where is the practice? After the Master Work Health & Career, the choice was: PhD or entrepreneur. Where was the interference with practice the strongest?
October, 2018
April, 2007
Enrichment by sharing

After years of experience in practice, we have started to share the knowledge with young professionals in training. Answering and raising critical questions at BC in training. Education, research and practice. Are they all there?
April, 2007
August, 1999
Start International Health Adventure

From a treating physiotherapist to prevention worker at a multinational. In a short time Occupational Health Auditor and Coordinator with Europe, the Middle East and Africa as work and learning area.
August, 1999