Events and Talks

CEPL Member Sarah Weller Finalist at Exercise and Sport Science Australia

Sarah Weller, a clinical exercise physiologist and MSc trainee with Dr. Kristin Campbell was a finalize in the Practitioner award category at the Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) conference held in Brisbane, Australia last week. Her talk entitled “Translating what we know into what we do: Reach of exercise physiology services implemented as standard […]

Dr. Kristin Campbell presents at ACSM Roundtable!

Dr. Kristin Campbell delivered a talk on evidence in biological mechanisms linking exercise to cancer risk and outcomes at the 2018 ACSM Roundtable on cancer and exercise. First held in 2008, the ACSM Roundtable meeting brings together experts in the field to discuss topics related to cancer and exercise, including reviewing related scientific research, developing a […]

CSEP Professional Development Day

CEP lab member Sarah Weller will be presenting at CSEP Professional Development Day Vancouver on the application of research into clinical practice. This integration is critical when working with patients with complex needs, especially in the area of exercise oncology and chronic conditions. Her presentation aims to present the perspective of both a researcher and […]

Dr. Kristin Campbell and Lab Member Sarah Weller Presentation at CACPR

Dr. Kristin Campbell and CEPL lab member Sarah Weller will be presenting a workshop at the Canadian Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (CACPR) conference titled: “A ticking time bomb: Cardiovascular health in men on androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer”. As part of the 2017 Canadian Cardiovascular Congress, they will be accompanied by Jennifer […]

Dr. Kristin Campbell gives keynote lecture at the Canadian Association for Psychosocial Oncology!

Dr. Kristin Campbell gives keynote lecture at the Canadian Association for Psychosocial Oncology annual meeting in Vancouver, BC. Dr. Campbell’s presentation was titled “Making the case for physical activity and physical rehabilitation to improve the psychosocial impacts of cancer treatments.” In addition, MPT/PhD student, Stanley Hung and MSc student Kelcey Bland attended the conference. Stanley presented […]