The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) is pleased to announce an International Partnership Agreement with the Clinical Exercise Physiology Association (CEPA).
OTTAWA - As the gold standard in exercise science and personal training, the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) continues to evolve to reflect the latest research, population needs, industry trends and member input. In November 2019, the CSEP membership voted to amend the title of the CSEP Certified Exercise Physiologist® to CSEP Clinical Exercise Physiologist™?.
Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Announces Host for Annual Conference 2020
New guidance published today from exercise oncology experts recommends how health care and qualified exercise professionals can use exercise prescription to develop exercise programs that lower the risk of developing certain cancers and meet the needs of those living with cancer as well as survivors.
Dr. Todd Duhamel gives you a preview of the CSEP 2019 Symposium "Preventing or managing frailty by influencing physical activity or sedentary behaviour"
Dr. Jonathan Little gives you a preview of the CSEP 2019 Symposium "Is Reversing Type 2 Diabetes Possible?"
Dr. Stickland gives you a preview of the CSEP 2019 Symposium "When You Can’t Breathe Nothing Else Matters; Understanding Dyspnea and Pulmonary Limitations to Exercise"
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.
Dr. Burr gives you a preview of the CSEP 2019 Symposium "Cardiovascular Effects of Prolonged Strenuous Exercise"
Dr. Dalton and Dr. McNeil are co-charing the CSEP 2019 Symposium "Neuromuscular fatigue: The role of the brain, motor neurons and muscles"