CEPL at Conferences!

Dr. Kristin Campbell gave the APNM Presidents’ Lecture honoring the lifetime achievements of Dr. Don McKenzie at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) Annual Conference in October 2016. 
Graduate students, Holly Wollmann and Kelcey Bland, also presented abstracts at the CSEP Annual Meeting.
Kelcey Bland presented  “Changes in quality of life among women engaging in exercise programming as a part of supportive care during and post adjuvant breast cancer treatment” as a finalist in the Master’s student award poster presentation session. 
Holly Wollmann presented “Comparison of strength improvements during and post adjuvant breast cancer treatment” in the Clinical Exercise Physiology, High Performance, and Nutrition poster session. 
Kelcey Bland also recently collaborated with Matt Lloyd from Simon Fraser University on an abstract for the Global Cardio-Oncology Summit 2016. Their presentation was titled “The influence of exercise training on indices of autonomic nervous system function among women undergoing paclitaxel chemotherapy for breast cancer.”