Upcoming Webinar: Unsupervised home-based exergaming in prostate cancer patients receiving androgen deprivation therapy.
BC Caring will be hosting another webinar coming up on Thursday, October 3rd, from 12-1pm! You can learn more about this webinar by clicking here.
The Campbell Lab recently hired Hannah Happeney to assist with the SIRvivor BC Prostate Cancer Community Exercise Program. Hannah has a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from UBC, and is excited to join the the CEPL to further her passion for healthcare and holistic health. Welcome, Hannah, it is great to have you! Her bio can […]
The Physiotherapy Foundation of Canada (PFC) recently awarded Dr. Kristin Campbell and her study team the Women’s Health Division Grant to support an upcoming project on developing a tool to monitor arm problems after breast cancer surgery. The aim of the tool is to help breast cancer survivors and clinicians detect significant post-operative arm problems […]
Dr. Kristin Campbell and two members of her lab, Sarah Weller and Kendra Zadravec, travelled to Orlando, Florida at the end of May to attend the annual meeting for the American College of Sports Medicine. Dr. Campbell spoke in a symposium reporting on results from the second ACSM Roundtable for Exercise and Cancer, which […]
This year, the CEPL team is leading a weekly journal club on Twitter that is specific to cancer and exercise. Each week a paper will be posted by our team or by one of our guests, asking the following questions: Why did you pick this paper? What did you take away from it? Areas for […]