Active by nature: an opportunity to move forward with physical activity engagement in a global pandemic
November 30, 2021 - December 26, 2022
Ongoing Online Workshop: Active by nature: an opportunity to move forward with physical activity engagement in a global pandemic
This is the Keynote session from the recent CFES “Fitness Today: The New Normal” live streaming conference by Dr. Iris Lesser, PhD.
Listening to this conference presentation and completing and submitting the session questionnaire is a great way to fulfill your career development continued education credits (CECs) and learn from some of the best current fitness presenters today.
|Dr. Iris Lesser is an Assistant Professor at the University of the Fraser Valley and a Certified Exercise Physiologist. She enjoys participating in physical activity in her local natural surroundings in Chilliwack, BC with her daughter and husband. Professionally, Iris is interested in innovative strategies using social support and outdoor physical activity to increase physical activity in the clinical population.|
Keynote Topic Info:
Physical inactivity and its associated health risks was one of the biggest health challenges we were facing … and then COVID hit.
What do we know about the impact of the global pandemic on physical activity and well-being of Canadians? How can we be innovative in moving forward to encourage physical activity among those who need it most for their mental and physical well-being? Join me to learn about results of our recent research and the opportunities we have as we look to the future, through and past COVID-19.
CECs: 1.25 CFES CECs
Fee: $21.00 (tax included)
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