Campbell Lab at CSEP 2018

Dr. Kristin Campbell and 3 of her lab members travelled to Niagara Falls, Ontario recently to participate in the general annual meeting for the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology.

Dr. Campbell and her Masters student Sarah Weller were both invited to speak for a symposium on exercise oncology and its integration into clinical cancer care.

Sarah, Logan Meyers and Kendra Zadravec, all Masters Students in the Campbell lab, presented their own research during the conference as well. Sarah and Logan gave oral presentations to those attending the event and Kendra displayed a poster.

Below are the titles of the research presented at CSEP 2018 from the Campbell lab:

Dr. Kristin Campbell & Sarah Weller – Gaining Ground in Implementing Exercise Guidelines: Advances in Exercise Integreation into Clinical Cancer Care.

Sarah Weller – Understanding exercise barriers, preferences and behaviours of Canadian prostate cancer survivors.

Logan Meyers – Patient partnership to design prehabilitation exercise programming: A qualitative study of patients undergoing colorectal surgery.

Kendra Zadravec – Impact of exercise on chemotherapy completion rates in individuals with cancer: A systematic review.

left: Dr. Santa Mina, Sarah Weller, Dr. Cormie, Dr. Campbell