Programme Titles Presenters Topics
Sunday, 26 February 2017
10:30-18:00 Conference Registration
Grand Ballroom Foyer
11:00-12:00 Conference Kick-Off Physical Activity
13:30-17:00 Workshop Sessions
Workshop Session 1 (3-Hour Session)
Dolphin
[WS1.1] Systematic observation of physical activity using iPad apps for research and practice: iSOPARC and iSOFIT
Grand Ballroom – Salon E
13:30-15:00 Workshop Session 1 (1.5-Hour Sessions)
13:30-15:00 [WS1.2] 17 years is too long: Strategies for closing the research to practice gap for physical activity in rural schools
Dolphin
[WS1.3] Processing GPS data for active travel research: Using a new toolkit to add transportation attributes
Grand Ballroom – Salon F
[WS1.4] Analyzing direct observation measurements of physical activity in built environments
Water’s Edge B
[WS1.5] Applying citizen science techniques to translate physical activity resource measurement from research to practice
Water’s Edge A
[WS1.6] Inclusive Community Health Implementation Package (ICHIP) Assessment and Planning Workshop
White Sands
[WS1.7] Stepping up state efforts to implement physical activity in communities
Water’s Edge C
15:00-15:30 Session Break/Transition and Light Snack
Grand Ballroom A-D
15:30-17:00 Workshop Session 2 (1.5-Hour Sessions)
[WS2.1] Community severance: The effects of busy roads on local communities and residents
White Sands
[WS2.2] Telling the story of active travel across the life span using body-worn accelerometer data
Water’s Edge C
[WS2.3] The Art of Implementation: How Partnership and Collaboration is Advancing Physical Activity in Out-of-School Time
Water’s Edge B
[WS2.4] Turning community members into advocates: how to tailor, lead, and share walk audits for diverse communities
Water’s Edge A
[WS2.5] Objective tools for planning- equity, healthy eating and active living
Grand Ballroom – Salon F
17:00-19:00 Poster Session 1 and Welcome Reception
Grand Ballroom Salons A-D
Monday, 27 February 2017
07:00-08:45 Conference Registration
Grand Ballroom Foyer
07:00-08:30 Breakfast
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
07:45-08:45 Active Living Research 101
Grand Ballroom E-G
08:45-09:00 Session Transition
09:00-10:00 Conference Welcome and Opening Address
Grand Ballroom E-G
10:00-10:30 Group Physical Activity Break
Grand Ballroom E-G
10:30-12:00 Keynote: Jana Lynott, AICP, Senior Strategic Policy Advisor - Transportation and Livable Communities, AARP Public Policy Institute, USA
Grand Ballroom E-G
12:00-13:30 Lunch
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
12:15-13:15 Special Lunch Session: Voices for Healthy Kids
Grand Ballroom E-G (A lunch buffet will be available in the ballroom foyer)
13:30-15:00 Session 1: Creating Safe Streets for All People
Grand Ballroom E
Session 2: Policy to Promote Active Living
Grand Ballroom F
Session 3: Neighborhood Social Environment and Physical Activity
Grand Ballroom G
14:50-15:00 Discussion
15:00-17:00 Poster Session 2
Grand Ballroom Salons A-D
17:00-18:30 Evening Activity: Dance it Yourself (DIY)
Ballroom E-G
Tuesday, 28 February 2017
07:00-08:30 Conference Registration
Grand Ballroom Foyer
Breakfast
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
08:30-09:00 Morning Announcements: Vendor Presentations and Poster Awards
Grand Ballroom E-G
09:00-10:30 Panel 1: Practice/Policy Panel
Grand Ballroom E-G
10:30-11:00 Session Transition
11:00-12:30 Session 4: Creating a Culture of Health for all Children
Grand Ballroom E
Session 5: Physical Education and Activity in Schools
Grand Ballroom F
Session 6: Impact of Street Design on Communities
Grand Ballroom G
12:20-12:30 Discussion
12:30-14:00 Lunch
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Lunch Roundtable Discussions
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 1: Physical activity in the academic classroom
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 2: School wellness
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 3: Qualitative Research on Physical Activity
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 4: Active living benefits of creating walkable, transit-rich communities
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 5: Traffic, personal safety and active transportation
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 6: Cultural barriers to physical activity
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 7: Improving cross-disciplinary collaboration
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 8: Systematic observation of physical activity and its contexts
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 9: Measurement of physical activity in infants and toddlers
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 10: Physical activity promotion with indigenous communities
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 11: Recreational placemaking
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 12: Car-free cities: Pathways for healthy living?
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 13: Unintended consequences of improving built environments
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 14: National datasets to support active living research
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 15: Beyond counting: Measuring population health outcomes of built environment enhancements
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 16: Research on bike sharing
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 17: Connecting creative placemaking and walkability
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 18: Daily mobility of families with kids and active living: How to make it happen?
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 19: Open Streets: Operation and evaluation in a growing movement
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 20: Ideas for intergenerational physical activity
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 21: Free range formal paths: The role of architecture in shaping the built environment for PA
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
14:00-15:00 Speed Talk Session 1: Youth Physical Activity
Grand Ballroom E
Speed Talk Session 2: Schools and Early Childcare
Grand Ballroom F
Speed Talk Session 3: Healthy Neighborhoods
Grand Ballroom G
14:50-15:00 Discussion
15:00-15:15 Session Transition
15:15-16:00 Speed Talk Session 4: Promoting Active Travel
Grand Ballroom E
Speed Talk Session 5: Health Impact of Policy
Grand Ballroom F
Speed Talk Session 6: Active Living across the Lifespan
Grand Ballroom G
15:55-16:00 Discussion
16:00-16:30 Change for Physical Activity Break
16:30-18:00 Physical Activity Breaks
Meet at Outdoor Terrace unless otherwise noted
Wednesday, 1 March 2017
07:00-08:30 Conference Registration
Grand Ballroom Foyer
Breakfast
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
08:30-10:00 Session 7: Health Impact of Physical Activity across the Lifespan
Grand Ballroom E
Session 8: Places to Play: Access to Physical Activity Opportunities
Grand Ballroom F
Session 9: Planning Healthy Communities
Grand Ballroom G
09:50-10:00 Discussion
10:00-10:30 Session Transition
10:30-12:00 Session 10: Investing in Active Transportation
Grand Ballroom E
Session 11: Pedestrian Environment and Safety
Grand Ballroom F
Session 12: Park Environments and Physical Activity
Grand Ballroom G
11:50-12:00 Discussion
12:00-13:30 Lunch
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Lunch Roundtable Discussions
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 1: Rural active living
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 2: Physical Activity Research Center and promotion of healthy kids
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 3: Parks, green spaces, and health
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 4: Protected bike boulevards
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 5: Classroom-based physical activity interventions
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 6: Integrating community planning and public health to create activity friendly communities for all ages
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 7: Collaborations with healthcare
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 8: Health impact assessment in active living
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 9: Active living policy campaigns
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 10: NIH funding for active living research
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 11: Parks and recreation as preventive health providers
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 12: Do bike share programs increase population level physical activity?
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 13: Active travel and health: The next 10 years of research
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
Table 14: Need for an interdisciplinary and holistic perspective to research on sustainability
Outdoor Terrace (Weather Back-up: Water’s Edge Ballroom)
13:30-15:00 Panel 2: Research on Active Living Across the Lifespan
Grand Ballroom E-G
15:00-16:00 Town Hall Discussion, Endurance Prizes and Activity Break
Grand Ballroom E-G
16:00 End of Conference
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