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CSEP Conference Symposium & Keynote Recordings 

 

 

 

 

 

These on-demand subscriptions were originally presented at the CSEP 2017 conference and feature outstanding speakers who are highly regarded in their respective fields. 

Keynote: Exercise Physiology: What's Next 

John Sutton Memorial Lecture by Dr. Michael Joyner, Caywood Professor of Anesthesiology at Mayo Clinic

Dr. Joyner reviews the emergence of Exercise Science from its roots in the late Victorian era hygiene movement, work physiology and physical education. He discusses his view of what is next for our field and how emerging issues in exercise physiology echo or perhaps rhyme with the key foundational themes mentioned above. The role of exercise physiology in addressing the challenges of aging, the obesity epidemic, and clarifying limits of scientific reductionism will be highlighted.

CSEP PDCs: 3 

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Keynote: Adapting to Training and Competing in Heat

Health and Fitness Professionals' Annual Lecture in honour of Gord Sleivert presented by Dr. Stephen Cheung, Canada Research Chair and Professor, Brock University
 
Many sports are conducted in warm to extremely hot temperatures. Hypothermia can lead to performance impairment across multiple physiological systems, from cardiovascular through to neuromuscular and neurohumoral. Heat stress may also alter an athlete's pre planned performance template and pacing strategy, along with their overall perception of exercise and voluntary exercise capacity. Of the many potential countermeasures for reducing heat stress during exercise, progressive adaptation to higher heat loads via laboratory acclimation or natural exposure (acclimatization) provides the largest magnitude for improvement that is also the most durable and sustained. Heat adaptation may include reductions in resting core temperature and heat rates, increased resting plasma volume, and habituation resulting in reduced thermal discomfort. This talk will also survey the logistical and training modifications that may be required to optimize response.

CSEP PDCs: 3

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Keynote: History of CSEP

Dr. Phillip Gardiner, Professor, Faculty of Kinesiology & Recreation Management, Professor, Department of Physiology (cross-appointed), Director, Spinal Cord Research Centre, University of Manitoba looks back at CSEP's first 50 years in a special keynote. 

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Keynote: Richard Hughson: Mr. Spats meets Major Tom 

APNM Presidents' Lecture in honour of Richard Hughson by  Dr. Kevin Shoemaker, Canada Research Chair, Integrative Physiology of Exercise and Health, Professor, Western  University

As an athlete, coach, scientist and friend, Dr. Hughson has achieved excellence on the world's stage and ranks as one of the world's great integrative physiologists. As the most cited Exercise Physiologist in Canada, he has had a global impact on our understanding of the exercise (or lack thereof) and health cardiovascular and cerebrovascular systems. Successes learned as an athlete and coach carry over into his research, as marked by a scientific integrity, dogged persistence in the face of adversity, trend-setting ideas, and care for student success. His research now links what appear to be disparate concepts across his entire career into an unexpected parallel between aging cardiovascular systems, brain health, and risks of long-term space flight for astronauts, again setting a new trend and opportunities for the global spotlight. his trainees now cover the country, and his work circles the Earth.

CSEP PDCs: 3

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Are we ready for personalized nutrition and lifestyle programs yet? 

Bénédicte Fontaine-Bission (University of Ottawa) talks about Personalized Nutrition: ethical, social and legal considerations. 

CSEP PDCs: 5 

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Exercise and Environmental Stresses

Examine the relationship between environmental stresses like heat, altitude and hypothermia on the human body during exercise.

Presenters:
Dr. Gordon Giesbrecht (University of Manitoba) "A blast from the past: contributions of Griffith Pugh to altitude physiology"
Glen Kenny (University of Ottawa) "If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen; climate warming and heat stress on humans; adaptation and vulnerability"

Dr. Stephen Cheung (Brock University) "Keep cool and work on: occupational microclimate cooling"

CSEP PDCs: 5

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Activity-dependent gene expression in the neuromuscular system

Dr. Phillip Gardiner (University of Manitoba) and Dr. Vladimir Ljubicic (McMaster University) deliver lectures on topics that explore motoneuron gene expression with changes in physical activity levels, and exercise-induced remodeling in the skeletal muscle: implications for neuromuscular disorders.

CSEP PDCs: 5 

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Performance and recovery in ultramarathons 

Examine how competing in ultra marathons effects the body before, during and recovery.

Presenters:
Gianluca Vernillo (University of Calgary) presents "Energy cost and running performance in ultra-marathons"
Guillaume Millet (University of Calgary) presents "Does neuromuscular fatigue directly influence performance in ultra-marathon?"
Martin Hoffman (University of California Davis) presents "Recovering from the damage of an ultra marathon"

CSEP PDCs: 5 

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A history of physical activity and aging in Canada - research, policy and practice and global trends

Elizabeth Ready & Sarah Clark (University of Manitoba)  presents "A history of physical activity and aging Canada-research"

Phil Chilibeck (University of Saskatchewan) presents "Enhancing physical activity in older adults; An international perspective"

CSEP PDCs: 5

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Incorporating exercise research into the clinical management of disease 

Rakesh Aurora (I.H. Asper Clinical Research institute) presents "Frailty and the value of PREHAB in the older adult undergoing cardiac surgery"

Aurélie Baillot (Université du Québec en Outaouais) presents "Adding supervised exercise research training to lifestyle clinical management in subjects awaiting bariatric surgery: pre and 1-Y post bariatric results.

CSEP PDCs: 5

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Tissue talk and sex: how lipid metabolism is coordinated between tissues with consideration for sex differences

Dr. Terry Graham (University of Guelph) delivers a lecture on "exercise and sex differences in lipid postprandial metabolism.

CSEP PDCs: 5 

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Physical activity and exercise as stress resiliency

Rebecca Hasson (University of Michigan) presents "Inactivity as a novel pathway linking psychological stress and chronic disease"

CSEP PDCs: 5

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CSEP Conference Symposium & Keynote Recordings 


 

 

 

 

 
These on-demand subscriptions were originally presented at the CSEP 2016 conference and feature outstanding speakers who are highly regarded in their respective fields. 

Health Promotion Research with Indigenous Communities in Canada: From Causes to Solutions

This symposium will discuss the issues, causes and etiology of diabetes and other health issues in indigenous and remote communities. The focus will be on the issues, concerns and approaches to promoting physical activity and nutrition initiatives and research, as well as highlighting the importance of partnership and successful health promotion efforts underway in Canadian indigenous communities.

CSEP PDCs: 5 

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Methods of Quantifying Training Load and Physical Activity: Where are the Synergies

This symposium covers state-of-the-art methods for quantifying physical activity and for quantifying training load for both endurance and team sports. To date, research on ways to quantify physical activity and training load has been done in parallel and with little cross-talk. 

CSEP PDCs: 5 

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Physical Employment Standards: Current Issues and Challenges

The field of Physical Employment standards is emerging as a multi-disciplinary entity that must be furthered. This symposium will discuss the current challenges and issues, provide information to elevate the scientific profile of the field, given the potentially serious implications of incorrect employment decisions.Activity behaviour change

CSEP PDCs: 5 

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Prospective Research in Sport Related Concussion

This symposium provides an update on advanced methods, protocols, and biomarkers that are being used to assess concussion recovery.  A clinical and research perspective will highlight new advances and a discussion on major areas of concern related to concussion management and recovery.

CSEP PDCs: 5 

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Physical Literacy: The Building Blocks for a Physically Active Lifestyle

Learn about the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL), a valid and reliable physical literacy assessment for children 8 to 12 years of age. Presentations cover how to administer the CAPL and results from sites that already use the CAPL.  

CSEP PDCs: 5 

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Symposium - Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth 

This symposium on the world's first 24-Hour movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An integration of physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep”will present the background research, the process, the consultations, the final outcome, future dissemination and activation plans, and implications for CSEP certified members.

CSEP PDCs: 5

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Health & High Performance at Environmental Extremes: Hot and Cold, Depth and Altitude

This symposium will examine the role of acute exposure to hot and cold conditions, as well as depth and altitude on health and exercise performance. It will also address the human body’s ability to acclimatize to these extreme environments.

CSEP PDCs: 5 

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VO2 and O2 Extraction during Exercise: Implication for Health and Performance

This symposium will provide new information on the combined use of measures of oxygen uptake (VO2) and near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS)-derived O2 extraction during exercise performed at different intensities of exercise. The use of this data to establish exercise intensity boundaries, estimating dynamic behaviours of O2 delivery to the active tissues, and predicting health and performance related outcomes will be discussed.

CSEP PDCs: 5 

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Exercise and Breast Cancer: The Canadian Paddle-Stroke Heard Around the World

APNM Presidents' Lecture given by Dr. Kristin Campbell in recognition of Don McKenzie. Dr. Campbell, BSC, PT, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia. She holds appointments at the Centre of Excellent in Cancer Prevention and the BC Cancer Agency. She completed her PhD in exercise physiology at the University of Alberta and a Fellowship in Public Health at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre. Her research focus is on the role of exercise and energy balance in cancer prevention, rehabilitation and survivorship.

CSEP PDCs: 3

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Gordology - Performance Optimization through the Effective Integration of Applied Sport Science / Medicine

Health and Fitness Professionals Lecture in Honour of Gord Sleivert given by Dr. Trent Stellingwerff. Dr. Trent Stellingwerff is Director of Innovation & Research at the Canadian Sport Institute Pacific. In this role, he is adjunct faculty at the University of Victoria and British Columbia and Leads 10 research projects across varying sport performance discipline areas. His primary sport and research focus is via his physiology and nutrition expertise primarily to Canada’s National Olympic track and field team, with consulting roles to Rowing Canada, Cycling Canada and Triathlon Canada. He has attended 3 Olympic Games, 3 Commonwealth Games and 5 World-Championships as part of the Canadian Integrated Support Team.

CSEP PDCs: 3 

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CSEP 2014 Symposium Recordings

CNS, CSEP and APNM Video Series - Symposium Recordings

Recorded session Symposium 8, CSEP 2014: Science on the Edge of the Continent - “Therapeutic Interactions of Exercise and Nutrition for Improving Comorbidities of Sarcopenia”

This purchase includes access to a recorded session chaired by Dr. Darren Candow, University of Regina.

Bonus: free access to 12 related articles from Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism.

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CNS, CSEP and APNM Video Series - Symposium Recordings

Recorded session Symposium 4, CSEP 2014: Science on the Edge of the Continent - “The role of physical activity in obesity, weight loss and weight management”

This purchase includes access to a recorded session chaired by Dr. Fabien Basset, Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Bonus: free access to 10 related articles from Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism.

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All prices are valid April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019

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