Perspectives in Exercise, Health and Fitness 2014
November 7, 2014 — November 9, 2014
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Delta Lodge, Kananaskis Alberta
This biennial conference is unique in Canada, and the largest conference of its kind. Perspectives brings together exercise science with leading practice, and is tailored for exercise professionals who want to practice at the top of the industry standard. Packed with over 35 seminars, presentations and workshops delivered by internationally respected exercise-science researchers and practitioners, this conference is a must-do for the serious exercise professional. Network with over 400 of the exercise industry’s best accredited professionals, and earn professional development credits—PDCs, PDUs, CECs, etc. .
Perspectives in Exercise Health and Fitness is supported by:
- Perspectives in Exercise, Health & Fitness Conference Brochure
- Perspectives Pre-Conference sessions brochure
Due to overwhelming support, the 2014 Perspectives Conference is now at capacity! Thank you to all - we look forward to seeing you there!
The biennial Perspectives in Exercise, Health and Fitness Conference takes place from November 7–9.
Book your room NOW! Delta Lodge, or call 1–866-432–4322 and quote group code PE1106
Rooms also available just 15 minutes away at the Stoney Nakoda Resort
Or call 1–888-862–5632 and use group code PFS
We look forward to seeing you there!
Perspectives Conference Incite Presentations
Do you have new research or a new program that others could learn from? Then deliver a ten-minute presentation to practitioners, researchers and your peers at the Perspectives Conference Incite forum sessions.
The Incite forum brings your outcome-centred health and/or fitness related research, projects and programs to those who can use it: other researchers, certified exercise and fitness practitioners. Test your ideas, your oral presentation skills and be a part of the only exercise and health industry forum for researchers and professionals.
Your research should be meaningful for qualified exercise practitioners to use in their practice. Topics include (but are not limited to): Mental Health/Motivation, Exercise Prescription (cradle to grave), Physical Assessment and/or Rehabilitation, Fundamental Movement Skills and Physical Literacy, Workplace Wellness.
* Slide 1 Introduction (Poster in ppt format),
* Slide 2 and 3, highlight background and/or methods,
* Slide 4 results and discussion.
At 9 minutes and fifty seconds the hook comes out!
The Goal is to bring researchers and practitioners together to share ideas and to INCITE research into action. (Presentations will take place Friday, November 7 and Saturday, November 8.)
Deadline for proposals is October 27, 2014.