The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) is pleased to announce an International Partnership Agreement with the Clinical Exercise Physiology Association (CEPA).
Through this new partnership CEPA and CSEP will collaborate to provide members global opportunities to connect, advance research, and share knowledge. Members of each organization will receive member pricing on professional development events and access to additional resources.
“We are proud to work with CEPA to advance Clinical Exercise Physiology in North America and around the world. Collaborating with international organizations who share our commitment to clinical research and application provides our members and their clients the benefit of a global pool of knowledge and expertise in improving health outcomes,” says Dr. Adam Upshaw, Chair, CSEP Board of Directors.
“CEPA is delighted to have this opportunity to collaborate with the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) to enhance the field of Clinical Exercise Physiology and its acceptance throughout North America and the world. Partnerships with our international colleagues are important to CEPA and the sharing of the extensive knowledge, expertise and experience of our associated professionals will provide a stronger framework for advancing the profession,” says CEPA President Dr. Brad A. Roy.
The Clinical Exercise Physiology Association (CEPA) is as an affiliate society of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). As an affiliate society, CEPA is autonomous, but operates with administrative support from ACSM. The primary purpose of CEPA is to advance the scientific and practical application of clinical exercise physiology for the betterment of the health, fitness, and quality of life for patients at high risk or living with a chronic disease. The focus of CEPA is to advance the profession of clinical exercise physiology through advocacy, education, and career development.
The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) is the Gold Standard in exercise science and personal training in Canada. It is the resource of translating advances in exercise science research into the promotion of fitness, performance, and health outcomes for Canadians. Founded in 1967, CSEP is a voluntary organization composed of professionals interested and involved in the scientific study of exercise physiology, exercise biochemistry, fitness and health. CSEP’s over 5000 members include leading experts in the field and the best qualified exercise professionals in Canada who bring science to practice through their knowledge and skills.
For more information on CSEP, visit: www.csep.ca
For more information on CEPA, visit: www.acsm-cepa.org