About the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology

The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology is a voluntary organization composed of professionals interested and involved in the scientific study of exercise physiology, exercise biochemistry, fitness and health. The CSEP (then known as the Canadian Association of Sport Sciences), was founded at the Pan American Games, Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1967 - the result of four years of cooperative efforts by the Canadian Medical Association and the Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.

Vision

Excellence in exercise physiology and health and fitness through research and best practice.

Mission Statement

CSEP is the resource and voice for exercise physiology and health and fitness, providing leadership in research, education and practice to improve health outcomes for Canadians.

Goal Statements

  1. To provide a national forum and attract a wide breadth of members committed to sharing the CSEP vision.
  2. To promote evidence-based practice through the development of standards, policies, guidelines, and research related to exercise physiology and health and fitness.
  3. To provide members working in exercise physiology and health and fitness with timely, relevant products and services.
  4. To be the national and international voice for exercise physiology and health and fitness issues in Canada, and to represent and advance CSEP positions.
  5. To develop strategic alliances and partnerships.
  6. To pursue the vision and mission in an ethical, effective and financially responsible manner.
     

 

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# Historical Information #
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