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    Programme

    CSEP 2016 Programme

    subject to change

    Wednesday October 12
    14:00 - 20:00 Registration and Information Desk Open

    18:30 - 22:30

    Trade Show

    Salon A

    18:30 - 19:00

    First Nations Welcome and Performance

    Salon B/C

    19:00 - 21:00

    Graduate Student Award Competition: Oral Presentations

    Exercise effects on sarcopenia and dynapenia in breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy
    Scott Adams, U. Alberta 

    Impact of respiratory muscle work and pulmonary gas exchange on the development of exercise-induced quadriceps fatigue in healthy men and women
    Paolo Dominelli, U.B.C.

    Moderate to vigorous physical activity during pregnancy influences offspring growth 
    Alysha Harvey, U. Ottawa

    Validating a new test to measure neuromuscular fatigue during and after cycling exercise in healthy and clinical adult populations
    Douglas Doyle-Baker, U. Calgary


    Young Investigator Award Lecture

    From Zzz to Intense Exercise: My Journey as a Young Scientist
    Jean-Philippe Chaput, PhD
    (Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group (HALO), Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute, Ottawa, Ontario)

    Salon B/C

    21:00 - 22:30

    Networking Reception

    Salon A / Prefunction Area 2A

    Thursday October 13

    06:45-7:30

    Lululemon Yoga

    Sidney Room

    07:30 - 17:00 Registration and Information Desk Open

    8:30 - 18:00

    Trade Show

    Salon A

    8:30 - 9:30

    Keynote #1: John Sutton Memorial Lecture:
    Dr. Benjamin Levine (The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Centre)
    The Cardiovascular Response to Spaceflight: Implications for Human Aging

    Salon B/C

    Posters #1

    (8:00-13:00)


    Applied Metabolism and Neuromuscular Physiology 

    Saanich Room

    9:30 - 10:00

    Refreshment Break

    Salon A / Prefunction 1A / Prefunction 2A

    10:00 - 12:00 Symposium #1: Health Promotion
    Physical Literacy: The Building Blocks for a Physically Active Lifestyle
    (Chair: Pat Longmuir, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute

    10:05 Physical Literacy Assessment 101: The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy
    Pat Longmuir, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute

    10:30 The Physical Literacy of Children in Alberta vs Ontario
    Dwayne Sheehan, Mount Royal University

    10:55 Does a child’s body composition influence what they think healthy is?
    Sarah Woodruff, University of Windsor

    11:20 Screen Based Versus Non-Screen Based Sedentary Time: Relationship with Physical Literacy
    Jennifer Copeland, University of Lethbridge

    11:45 Panel Discussion

    Salon B/C

    Symposium #2: Basic Physiology
    Impact of Diabetes Mellitus on the Health of Skeletal Muscle
    (Chair: Thomas Hawke, McMaster University

    10:05 Impact of T1DM and T2DM on Skeletal Muscle Satellite Cell Populations
    Thomas Hawke, McMaster University

    10:30 Changes to the Mitochondrial Respiration and Oxidative Stress Pathways in Human T1DM Skeletal Muscle
    Christopher Perry, York University

    10:55 Negative Consequences of Obesity and T2DM on Respiratory Muscle Function
    Jeremy Simpson, University of Guelph

    11:20 Impact of High Intensity Exercise on Glycemic Control in T1DM
    Michael Riddell, York University

    11:45 Panel Discussion

    Lecture Theatre

    12:00 - 13:00

    CSEP Members' Meeting (ABM)

    Lecture Theatre


    Graduate Student Symposium:
    If you knew then what you know now: Advice for graduate students pursuing academia 
    (Co-chairs: Andrea Brennan, Queen's University and Justin Andrushko, University of Saskatchewan)

    Panel Members:
    Jayne Kalmar (Wilfrid Laurier University), Chris Perry (York University), and Jonathan Little (University of British Columbia - Okanagan)

    Pre-registration is required. Registrants will receive a ticket to exchange for a bagged lunch.  

    Oak Bay Room

    13:30 - 15:30

    Symposium #3: Clinical Exercise Physiology
    Exercise During Pregnancy: Optimizing Maternal/Fetal Health
    (Chair: Michelle Mottola, University of Western Ontario)

    13:35 Impact of Prenatal Exercise on Maternal Outcomes
    Stephanie-May Ruchat, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

    14:00 Impact of Prenatal Exercise on Fetal Outcomes
    Margie Davenport, University of Alberta

    14:25 Current Guidelines And Process For Updating Clinical Practice Guidelines For Exercise During Pregnancy
    Michelle Mottola, University of Western Ontario

    14:50 Highlights Of The 2016 Evidence Summary From The International Olympic Committee Expert Group Meeting, On Exercise And Pregnancy In Recreational And Elite Athletes
    Greg Davies, Queen's University

    15:15 Panel Discussion

    Salon B/C

    Symposium #4: Sport Science
    Prospective Research in Sport Related Concussion
    (Chair: Steve Martin, University of Victoria

    13:35 Integrative Physiology to Assess Recovery from Sport-Related Concussion
    J.Patrick Neary, University of Regina

    14:10 Why We Need More Prospective Electrophysiologic Studies on Sport Concussion
    Michael Gaetz, University of the Fraser Valley

    14:45 Learning from Children and Youth with Sports-Related Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries
    Bruce Bjornson, BC Children's Hospital

    15:20 Panel Discussion

    Lecture Theatre

    Posters #2

    (13:00-18:00)

    Cardiovascular and Respiratory Physiology 

    Saanich Room

     

    15:30-16:00

    Refreshment Break

    Salon A / Prefunction 1A / Prefunction 2A

    16:00 - 18:00

    Symposium #5: Applied Physiology
    Health and High Performance at Environmental Extremes: Hot and Cold, Depth and Altitude
    (Chair: Julien Periard, Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital)

    16:00 Acute and Chronic Responses to Heat Stress Supporting Health and Performance
    Julien Periard, Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital

    16:30 Metabolic Benefits of Cold Exposure: Fact or Fiction?
    François Haman, University of Ottawa

    17:00 Performance and Diving: Effects of Simulated Narcosis and Hyperthermia
    Matthew White, Simon Fraser University

    17:30 Influence of Altitude on Human Health and Performance
    Michael Koehle, University of British Columbia

    Salon B/C

    Free Communications #1

    (Chair: Lynneth Stuart-Hill, University of Victoria)

    Applied Metabolism and Nutrition 

    Lecture Theatre

     


    Free Communications #2 
     

    (Chair: Kathy Gaul, University of Victoria)

    Exercise and the Pediatric Population 

    Oak Bay Room


    18:00 - 19:30

    EIMC On Campus Roundtable

    Sidney Room

    19:00 - 21:00 APNM Associate Editors Meeting (off-site)
    Friday October 14

    06:45 - 07:30

    Lululemon Yoga

    Sidney Room

    07:30 - 17:00 Registration and Information Desk Open

    8:30 - 18:00

    Trade Show

    Salon A

    8:30 - 9:30

    Keynote #2: APNM President's Lecture:
    Kristin Campbell (University of British Columbia) in Recognition of Don McKenzie
    Exercise and Breast Cancer: The Canadian Paddle-Stroke Heard Around the World

    Salon B/C

    Posters #3

    (8:00-13:00)

    Clinical Exercise Physiology, High Performance and Nutrition 

    Saanich Room

    9:30 - 10:00

    Refreshment Break

    Salon A / Prefunction 1A / Prefunction 2A

    10:00 - 12:00

    Symposium #6: Health Promotion
    Health Promotion Research with Indigenous Communities in Canada: From Causes to Solutions
    (Chair: PJ Naylor, University of Victoria)

    10:05 Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes in Northern Canada's Remote First Nations' Communities: The Dietary Dilemma
    François Haman, Universty of Ottawa

    10:35 Indigenous Community - Academic Partnerships for Physical Activity Intervention Research
    Lucie Levesque, Queen's University

    11:05 Examples of Successful Diabetes Prevention and Health Promotion Programs in Indigenous Communities in Canada
    Alex McComber, Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project

    11:35 Panel Discussion

    Supported by the University of Victoria

    Salon B/C

    Symposium #7: Sport Science
    State of the Art Technology in High Performance
    (Chair: Marc Klimstra, University of Victoria)

    10:10 Translating Sensor Signals to Meaningful Metrics
    Ryan Brodie, Canadian Sport Institute

    10:40 Validating Sensors for Field Based Applications
    Samuel Blades, University of Victoria

    11:10 Assessing the Potential for Realtime Biofeedback
    Oliver Blake, University of Victoria

    11:40 Panel Discussion

    Lecture Theatre

    12:00 - 13:30

    Delegates' Lunch (on your own)

    13:30 - 15:30

    Symposium #8: Basic Physiology
    VO2 and O2 Extraction During Exercise: Implications for Health and Performance
    (Chair: Donald Paterson, University of Western Ontario)

    13:40 Mechanisms Controlling the Adjustment of VO2 During Sub-Maximal and Maximal Exercise
    Juan Murias, University of Calgary

    14:10 VO2 and NIRS-Derived Determination of Exercise Intensity Thresholds for Exercise Prescription and Performance
    Daniel Keir, University of Western Ontario

    14:40 Should Practitioners Consider VO2 as a "Vital Sign"?
    Silvia Pogliaghi, University of Verona

    15:10 Panel Discussion

    Supported by COSMED USA Inc.

    Salon B/C

    Symposium #9: Applied Physiology
    Methods for Quantifying Training Load and Physical Activity: Where are the Synergies?
    (Chair: David Clarke, Simon Fraser University)

    13:40 Metrics for Monitoring Training in Endurance Athletes
    Philip Skiba, Advocate Medical Group

    14:10 Analytical Approaches and Performance Monitoring in Women's Rugby Sevens
    Ming-Chang Tsai, University of Toronto

    14:40 Measuring Physical Behaviour and Energy Expenditure in Clinical Research Applications: Making Sense of Wearable Sensors 

    Kate Lyden, University of Massachusetts

    15:10 Panel Discussion

    Lecture Theatre

    Posters #4

    (13:00-18:00)

    Graduate Student Award: Poster Competition MSc and PhD

    Saanich Room

    15:30-16:00

    Refreshment Break

    Salon A / Prefunction 1A / Prefunction 2A

    16:00 - 18:00

    Symposium #10: Health Promotion
    Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep
    (Chair: Mark Tremblay, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute)

    16:05 Systematic Review of the Relationships Between Objectively-Measured Physical Activity and Health Indicators in School-Aged Children and Youth
    Veronica Poitras, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute

    16:25 Systematic Review of Sedentary Behaviour and Health Indicators in School-Aged Children and Youth: An Update
    Travis Saunders, UPEI

    16:45 Systematic Review of the Relationships Between Sleep Duration and Health Indicators in School-Aged Children and Youth
    Jean-Philippe Chaput, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute

    15:05 Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep
    Mark Tremblay, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute

    15:30 Implications of the New Guidelines for CSEP Certified Professionals
    Lori Zehr, Camosun College

    15:45 Panel Discussion

    supported by Canadian Science Publishing / APNM

    Salon B/C

    Free Communications #3

    (Chair: Greg Mulligan, University of Victoria)

    Neuromuscular Physiology and High Performance 

    Lecture Theatre


     


    Free Communications #4

    (Chair: Kirstin Lane, Camosun College)

    CSEP Professional Standards Program Certified Member Presentation Award 

    Health and Physical Activity

    Oak Bay Room

    Saturday October 15

    06:45 - 7:30

    Lululemon Yoga

    Sidney Room

    07:30 - 14:00 Registration and Information Desk Open

    8:30-15:30

    Trade Show

    Salon A

    8:30 - 9:30

    Keynote #3: Health and Fitness Professionals Lecture in Honour of Gord Sleivert
    Trent Stellingwerff (Canadian Sport Institute)
    Gordology – Performance Optimization through the Effective Integration of Applied Sport Science/Medicine

    Salon B/C

     

    Posters #5

    (8:00-13:00)

    Health and Physical Activity, Aging and the Pediatric Populations 

    Saanich Room

    9:30 - 10:30

    Keynote #4: Popularization of Science
    E. Paul Zehr (University of Victoria)
    Brain and Body by Batman and Batgirl

    Supported by Nike | NXT Sport Research Lab

    Salon B/C

     

    10:30 - 11:00

    Refreshment Break

    Salon A / Prefunction 1A / Prefunction 2A

    Supported by The Personal

    11:00 - 13:00

    Symposium #11: Clinical Exercise Physiology Strategies for Exercise Training in Clinical Populations
    (Chair: Audrey Hicks, McMaster University)

    11:05 Efficacy and Effectiveness of Exercise Training in Chronic Heart Failure
    Catherine Notarius, University of Toronto

    11:30 Exercise in the MS Population: Putting Research into Practice
    Audrey Hicks, McMaster University

    11:55 Innovative Approaches to Exercise Training after Spinal Cord Injury
    Scott Bickel, University of Alabama

    12:20 Specific Value of High-Intensity Interval Training in Type 2 Diabetes: Promise, Concerns, and Future Directions
    Jonathan Little, University of British Columbia - Okanagan


    Supported by Camosun College 

    Salon B/C

    Symposium #12: Sport Science
    Sport Nutrition: When Less is More and More is Better
    (Chair: Trent Stellingwerff, Canadian Sport Institute)

    11:00 Endurance Training with Low CHO Availability- Facts vs Fiction
    John Hawley, Australian Catholic University

    11:30 Endurance Racing with High CHO Availability - Facts vs Fiction
    Louise Burke, Australian Institute of Sport

    12:00 Post-Exercise Protein Ingestion - You Are What You Just Ate 
    Luc van Loon, Maastricht University

    12:30 Protein to Maximize Growth - Minimal Effective Dose of Protein and Exercise for Muscle Hypertrophy 
    Stuart Phillips, McMaster University

    12:45 Panel Discussion

    Supported by B2ten, Canadian Sport Institute Pacific, and Hydration Pharmaceuticals Canada

    Lecture Theatre

    13:00 - 13:30

    Refreshment Break

    Salon A / Prefunction 1A / Prefunction 2A

    13:30 - 15:30

    Symposium #13: Applied Physiology
    Physical Employment Standards - Current Issues and Challenges
    (Chair: Lynneth Stuart-Hill, University of Victoria)

    13:35 Legal and Human Rights Issues 
    Eric Adams, University of Alberta

    14:00 Standard Setting Methodology
    Bruno Zumbo, University of British Columbia

    14:25 Converting Scientific Observations and Physiological First Principles into Tests of Readiness for Work
    Nigel Taylor, University of Wollongong

    14:50 Improving Practice in Physical Employment Standards
    Lynneth Stuart-Hill, University of Victoria

    15:15 Panel Discussion

    Supported by University of Victoria Occupational Testing Centre and University of Alberta Work Physiology Laboratory

    Salon B/C

    Free Communications #5
     

    (Chair: Marc Klimstra, University of Victoria)

    Health to High Performance 

    Lecture Theatre

    Free Communications #6
     

    (Chair:  Greg Pearcey, University of Victoria)

    Cardiorespiratory Physiology

    Oak Bay Room

    15:30-17:30

    Exercise is Medicine Canada
    (Chair: Jonathon Fowles, Acadia University)

    15:30 Introduction and Strategic Overview: Where have we been, where are we going 
    Jonathon Fowles, Acadia University

    15:50 Health Care Professionals’ Practices and Perceptions of Exercise Prescription in Primary Care
    Jonathon Fowles, Acadia University

    16:20 The Exercise Vital Sign: Linking electronic medical records with exercise prescription
    Daniel Santa Mina, University of Toronto

    16:50 Exercise Referrals from Primary Care 
    Sara Hodson, Live Well Clinics

    17:20 Panel Discussion

    Supported by the Lawson Foundation

    Salon B/C

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    Take a Tour of PISE!

    Pre-registration required (add to your conference registration).

    Saturday, October 15, 2016    15:30 - 17:30

    Cost (transportation): $5.25

    Bus leaves at 15:30 from the Victoria Convention Centre.

    PISE (Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence) opened in 2008 as the first summer sport institute in Canada and is an independent not for profit organization located on the Camosun College Interurban campus. PISE is also home to the first National Para-Rowing Centre.

    This unique facility brings together excellence in community sport and active healthy living development, sport and exercise education, sport technology research, and world-class athlete performance services.

    CSI-Pacific_10.pngPISE, in collaboration with its partners the Canadian Sport Institute and Camosun College, serves the community, students, high performance athletes and coaches from across the region, province and country to provide world class training, education, testing, and applied research and innovation services together within a state of the art facility.

    Take a tour of this fully accessible facility that includes fitness and strength training facilities, a double gymnasium, four lane training track, all-weather multi-sport playing field, sport medicine and rehabilitation services, classrooms, high performance sport services, physiology lab, sport technology research facilities, erg centre and multi-purpose rooms.

    18:00 - 19:00

    Cash Bar

    Foyer SALON B/C

     

    19:00 - 22:00

     Keynote: Simon Whitfield and Awards Banquet 

    - ticket required -

    SALON B/C