Programme Titles Presenters Topics
Sunday, 11 February 2018
10:30-18:00 Conference registration
KC100 Galleria
11:00-12:00 Conference kick-off physical activity- Walking Group
KC100 Galleria
Conference kick-off physical activity- Running Group
KC100 Galleria
Conference kick-off physical activity- Yoga
Max Bell 251
Conference kick-off physical activity- Zumba
Gymnasium
13:30-17:00 Workshop session 1 (3-hour session) [WS1.1] Measuring inclusion in place: Testing a framework for assessing inclusive healthy places
KC101
Workshop session 1 (3-hour sessions) [WS1.2] Planning and designing walkable environments for active living
KC105
13:30-15:00 Workshop session 1 [WS1.3] Enhancing measures selection using the National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research (NCCOR) Measures Registry and User Guides
KC103
Workshop session 1 [WS1.4] How can changes in your environment impact physical activity opportunities?
KC201
Workshop session 1 [WS1.5] Mapping park use with Maptionnaire - A map-based online survey tool
KC301
Workshop session 1 [WS1.6] When the rubber hits the road: Understanding the broader implications of active transportation infrastructure
KC305
Workshop session 1 [WS1.7] Methodological considerations in measuring physical activity and sedentary behaviour in older adults: Implications for accelerometry, GPS and GIS data
KC302
15:00-15:30 Session transition and light snack break
KC200 Galleria
15:30-17:00 Workshop session 2 [WS2.1] Systematic observation of physical activity and its contexts
KC103
Workshop session 2 [WS2.2] Participatory research on improving active transportation: Using an online map-based questionnaire
KC201
Workshop session 2 [WS2.3] Telling the story of active travel across the life span using body-worn accelerometer data
KC301
Workshop session 2 [WS2.5] The walkability planning support system: An evidence-based tool to design healthy communities
KC302
Workshop session 2 [WS2.6] Active Living Improv: Using improvisational comedy to collaborate and generate creative future solutions
KC308
17:00-19:00 Poster session 1 and welcome reception
KC203/205
Monday, 12 February 2018
07:00-08:45 Conference registration
KC100 Galleria
07:00-08:30 Breakfast
KC101/103
07:45-08:45 Active living research 101
Max Bell Auditorium
08:45-09:00 Session transition
09:00-10:00 Conference welcome and opening address
10:00-10:30 Conference energizer break
Max Bell Auditorium
10:30-12:00 Keynote speaker: Seleta Reynolds, General Manager, Los Angeles Department of Transportation, USA
Max Bell Auditorium
12:00-13:30 Lunch
KC101/103
12:15-13:15 Special lunch session: Active living policy scan
KC105
13:30-15:00 Concurrent oral presentations
Session 1: The many benefits of active transportation
KC105
Session 2: Size matters? Large-scale physical activity interventions
KC301
Session 3: Activating parks, trails & outdoor spaces
KC305
15:00-17:00 Poster session 2
KC203/205
17:00-19:00 Evening activity
Active Living Improv
Max Bell Auditorium
Interactive dance activity
Max Bell Auditorium
Tuesday, 13 February 2018
07:00-08:30 Conference registration
KC100 Galleria
Breakfast
KC101/103
08:30-09:00 Morning announcements: Vendor presentations and poster awards
Max Bell Auditorium
09:00-10:30 Climate and Climate Change
Max Bell Auditorium
10:30-11:00 Session transition
11:00-12:30 Concurrent oral presentations
Session 4: By bike or by foot: Active transportation for youth
KC105
Session 5: What moves us? Correlates of physical activity
KC301
Session 6: It takes a multisectoral, collaborative village
KC305
12:30-14:00 Lunch & roundtable discussions
KC101/103
14:00-15:00 Concurrent speed oral presentations
Speed talk session 1: It’s all about the group - Understanding sub-populations and active living
KC105
Speed talk session 2: Where in the world are we with active living? International perspectives
KC301
Speed talk session 3: We have a plan - tips, tools and techniques for increasing activity
KC305
15:00-15:15 Session transition
15:15-16:00 Concurrent speed oral presentations
Speed talk session 4: Where do the kids play? Approaches to increasing physical activity in children and youth
KC105
Speed talk session 5: Places and spaces: How do we measure and how do they affect activity?
KC301
Speed talk session 6: Walk & roll - What gets us moving?
KC305
16:00-16:30 Change for physical activity break
16:30-18:00 Physical activity breaks
Physical activity breaks- Yoga
Max Bell
Physical activity breaks- Zumba
Gymnasium
Physical activity breaks- Spin Class
Spin Studio
Physical activity breaks- Walking group
Meeting point- next to the registration desk
Physical activity breaks- Climbing Wall
Climbing Gym
Physical activity breaks- Running Group
Galleria KC100
Physical activity breaks- Snowshoeing & Ice walk Discover Banff Tours
Icewalk, Snowshoeing (reservation required, meeting point- PDC building)
Wednesday, 14 February 2018
07:00-08:30 Conference registration
KC100 Galleria
Breakfast
KC101/103
08:30-10:00 Concurrent oral presentations
Session 7: Bicycling relationships: It's complicated
KC105
Session 8: Go outside and play! kids' and teen's physical activity
KC301
Session 9: Insights into institutions: How to get things implemented
KC305
10:00-10:30 Session transition
10:30-12:00 Concurrent oral presentations
Session 10: Can walkability lead to better health and economic outcomes?
KC105
Session 11: Not your old school gym class: Improving physical activity in schools
KC301
Session 12: There must be a better way: Innovative methods in active living
KC305
12:00-13:30 Lunch & roundtable discussions
KC101/103
13:30-15:00 Smart cities, big data and new technology: Implication for Active Living
Max Bell Auditorium
15:00-16:00 Town hall discussion, endurance prizes and activity break
Max Bell Auditorium
16:00 End of conference
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