Dr. DuManoir gives you a preview of the CSEP 2019 Symposium "Teaching in Health & Exercise Sciences"
We are pleased to share that the impact factor for CSEP's official journal, Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism (APNM), published by Canadian Science Publishing, has seen another impressive increase. In 2018 the two-year impact factor increased to 3.455 from a previous 2.52!
Dr. Devries-Aboud gives you a preview of the CSEP 2019 Symposium "The influence of sex on the physiological and metabolic response to exercise; implications for health performance"
Dr. Mark Tremblay gives you a preview to both CSEP 2019 Symposiums “Evolution or Devolution of Movement Guidelines” and “The Fitness of Canadians”
CSEP Member Services Committee is calling on experienced, inspiring members to be part of the new CSEP Mentorship workshop at CSEP 2019 and be mentors to our up-and-coming CSEP Certified, Academic and Student members.
As part of our client-centred approach, a Qualified Exercise Professional should always report assessment results in the context of the age and gender with which an individual identifies
This week, the Government of Canada announced funding for the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) to develop the world's first 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Adults and Older Adults. The 24-Hour Movement Guidelines will recommend the right amounts of physical activity, sleep, and sedentary time for a healthy 24-hours.
Dr. Audrey Hicks gives you a preview of the CSEP 2019 Symposium "Integrative approaches to the study of muscle function and fatigue in special populations"
A new CSEP Performance Specialization covering testing and training for performance and occupational clients is currently under development and slated for release in 2019.
In this feature Dr. Richard Larouche gives you a preview of the CSEP 2019 Symposium "Honey, I shrunk the kids' mobility - perspectives on children's active transportation and independent mobility as key opportunities for physical activity"