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Peer-Reviewed, Refereed Publications

In recognition of all the great work done by all HALO students and staff (some of which may have occurred outside of HALO) this report includes all publications from 2014.

  1. Adamo KB, Shen GX, Motolla M, Nascimento S, Jean-Phillippe S, Ferraro ZM, Nerenberg K, Smith G, Chari R, Gaudet L, Piccinini-Vallis H, McDonald S, Atkinson S, Godbout A, Robitaille J, Davidge ST, Gruslin A, Prud’homme D, Stacey D, Rossiter M, Goldfield GS, Dodd J. Obesity prevention from conception: A workshop to guide the development of a pan-Canadian trial targeting the gestational period. Nutrition and Metabolic Insights 7:7-18, 2014.
  2. Adamo KB, Barrowman N, Naylor PJ, Yaya S, Harvey A, Grattan KP, Goldfield GS. Activity Begins in Childhood (ABC)-Inspiring healthy active behaviour in preschoolers: Study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials 15(1):305,
  3. Adamo KB, Wilson SL, Ferraro ZM, Hadjiyannakis S, Doucet E, Goldfield GS. Appetite sensations, appetite signaling proteins, and glucose in obese adolescents with subclinical binge eating disorder. ISRN Obesity2014:312826, 2014.
  4. Avis J L, Bridger T, Buchholz A, Chanoine JP, Hadjiyannakis S, Hamilton J, Ball GD. It’s like rocket science… only more complex: challenges and experiences related to managing pediatric obesity in Canada. Expert Review of Endocrinology & Metabolism9(3):223-229, 2014.
  5. Bentley R, Kellawan J, Moynes J, Poitras V, Walsh J, and Tschakovsky M. Individual susceptibility to hypoperfusion and reductions in exercise performance when perfusion pressure is reduced: evidence for vasodilator phenotypes. Journal of Applied Physiology 117(4):392-405, 2014.
  6. Berry TR, Craig CL, Faulkner G, Latimer A, Rhodes, R, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Mothers’ Intentions to support children’s physical activity related to attention and implicit agreement with advertisements. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 21:131-138, 2014.
  7. Borghese MM, Tremblay MS, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, LeBlanc AG, Francis C, Chaput JP. Independent and combined associations of total sedentary time and television viewing time with food intake patterns of 9- to 11-year-old Canadian children. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39:937-943, 2014.
  8. Brett KE, Ferraro ZM, Yockell-Lelievre J, Gruslin A, Adamo KB. Maternal-Fetal Nutrient Transport in Pregnancy Pathologies: The role of the Placenta. International Journal of Molecular Science 15:16153-16185, 2014.
  9. Cameron JD, Goldfield GS, Doucet, E. Fasting 24 hours heightens reward from food and food-related cues. PLOS ONE 9(1):e85970, 2014.
  10. Carson V, Wong SL, Winkler E, Healy GN, Colley RC, Tremblay MS. Patterns of sedentary time and cardiometabolic risk among Canadian adults. Preventive Medicine 65:23-27, 2014.
  11. Carson V, Clark M, Berry T, Holt NL, Latimer-Cheung AE. A qualitative examination of the perceptions of parents on the Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for the Early Years. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 11(1):65-72, 2014.
  12. Carson V, Stone M, Faulkner G. Patterns of sedentary behaviour and weight status. Pediatric Exercise Science 26(1):95-102, 2014.
  13. Carson V, Rosu A, Janssen I. A cross-sectional study of the neighborhood environment, physical activity, and screen time among young children and their parents. BMC: Public Health 14(1):61-69, 2014.
  14. Carson V, Rinaldi R, Torrance B, Maximova K, Ball G, Sumit M, Plontnikoff R, Veugelers P, Boulé N, Wozny P, McCargar L, Downs S, Daymont C, Lewanczuk S, McGavock J. Vigorous physical activity and longitudinal associations with cardiometabolic risk factors in youth: prospective cohort study. International Journal of Obesity 38(1):16-21, 2014.
  15. Carter M, Dubois L, Tremblay MS. Place and food insecurity: a critical review and synthesis of the literature. Public Health Nutrition 17:94-112, 2014.
  16. Chaput JP, Ferraro ZM, Prud’homme D, Sharma AM. Widespread misconceptions about obesity. Canadian Family Physician 60:973-975, 2014.
  17. Chaput JP. Sleep patterns, diet quality and energy balance. Physiology & Behavior 134:86-91, 2014.
  18. Chaput JP, St-Onge MP. Increased food intake by insufficient sleep in humans: are we jumping the gun on the hormonal explanation? Frontiers in Endocrinology 5:116, 2014.
  19. Chaput JP, Carson V, Gray C, Tremblay MS. Importance of all movement behaviors in a 24 hour period for overall health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 11:12575-12581, 2014.
  20. Chaput JP, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, LeBlanc AG, Borghese MM, Tremblay MS. Electronic screens in children’s bedrooms and adiposity, physical activity and sleep: do the number and type of electronic devices matter? Canadian Journal of Public Health 105(4):e273-e279, 2014.
  21. Chaput JP, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, LeBlanc AG, Borghese MM, Tremblay MS. Objectively measured physical activity, sedentary time and sleep duration: independent and combined associations with adiposity in Canadian children. Nutrition and Diabetes 4:e117:1-5, 2014.
  22. Chaput JP, Bouchard C, Tremblay A. Change in sleep duration and visceral fat accumulation over 6 years in adults. Obesity 22:e9-e12, 2014.
  23. Chaput JP. Le manque de sommeil fait-il engraisser? Revue de l’Université de Moncton 43:205-215, 2014.
  24. Chaput JP, Sharma AM. Metabolically healthy overweight and obesity. Annals of Internal Medicine 160:513, 2014.
  25. Chaput JP, Pérusse L, Després JP, Tremblay A, Bouchard C. Findings from the Quebec Family Study on the etiology of obesity: genetics and environmental highlights. Current Obesity Reports 3:54-66, 2014.
  26. Colapinto CK, Tremblay MS, Aufreiter S, Bushnik T, Pfeiffer CM, O’Connor DL. The direction of the difference between Canadian and American erythrocyte folate concentrations is dependent on the assay method employed: a comparison of the Canadian Health Measures Survey and National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. British Journal of Nutrition 112(11):1873-1881, 2014.
  27. Colley RC, Harvey A, Grattan KP, Adamo KB. Impact of accelerometer epoch length on physical activity and sedentary behaviour outcomes for preschool-aged children. Health Reports 25(1):3-9, 2014.
  28. Faulkner G, Solomon V, Berry T, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung AE, Rhodes R, Spence J, Tremblay MS. Examining the potential disconnect between parents’ perceptions and reality regarding the physical activity levels of their children. Journal of Applied Research on Children: Informing Policy for Children at Risk 5(1):9, 2014.
  29. Faulkner G, Carson V, Stone M. Objectively measured sedentary behaviour and self-esteem among children. Mental Health and Physical Activity 7(1):25-29, 2014.
  30. Ferraro ZM, Chaput JP, Gruslin A, Adamo KB. The potential value of sleep hygiene for a healthy pregnancy: a brief review. ISRN Family Medicine 2014:1-7, 2014.
  31. Filiatrault ML, Chaput JP, Drapeau V, Tremblay A. Eating behavior traits and sleep as determinants of weight loss in overweight and obese adults. Nutrition and Diabetes 4:e140, 2014.
  32. Gaudet L, Ferraro ZM, Wen SW, Walker M. Maternal obesity and risk of fetal overgrowth: a systematic review and meta-analysis. BioMed Research International. Obstetrics & Gynecology 2014:640291, 2014.
  33. Goldfield G, Cameron J, Chaput JP. Is exergaming a viable tool in the fight against childhood obesity? Journal of Obesity 2014:1-2, 2014.
  34. Gray C, Larouche R, Barnes J, Colley RC, Cowie Bonne J, Arthur M, Cameron C, Chaput JP, Faulkner G, Janssen I, Kolen A, Manske S, Salmon A, Spence JC, Timmons B, Tremblay MS. Are We Driving Our Kids to Unhealthy Habits? Results from the Active Healthy Kids Canada 2013 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 11:6009-6020, 2014.
  35. Gray CE, Barnes JD, Cowie Bonne JC, Cameron C, Chaput JP, Faulkner G, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Kolen AM, Manske SR, Salmon A, Spence JC, Timmons BW, Tremblay MS. The 2014 Active Healthy Kids Canada 10th Anniversary Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S26-S32, 2014.
  36. Gunnell KE, Crocker PRE, Mack DE, Wilson PM, Zumbo BD. Goal contents, motivation, psychological need satisfaction, well-being and physical activity over 6-months: A test of Self-Determination Theory. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 15: 19-29,
  37. Hamel C, Stevens A, Singh K, Ansari MT, Myers E, Ziegler P, Hutton B, Sharma A, Bjerre L, Fenton S, Lau DCW, O’Hara K, Reid R, Salewski E, Shrier I, Willows N, Tremblay MS, Moher D. Do sugar-sweetened beverages cause adverse health outcomes in adults? A systematic review protocol. Systematic Reviews 3:108, 2014.
  38. Henderson KA, Buchholz A, Obeid N, Mossiere A, Maras D, Norris M, Harrison M, Feder S, Spettigue W. A Family Based Eating Disorder Day Treatment Program for Youth: Examining the Clinical and Statistical Significance of Short-Term Treatment Outcomes Eating Disorders: Journal of Treatment and Prevention 22:1-18, 2014.
  39. Henderson M, Gray-Donald K, Rabasa-Lhoret R, Bastard JP, Barnett TA, Benedetti A, Chaput JP, Tremblay A, Lambert M. Insulin secretion and its association with physical activity, fitness and screen time in children. Obesity 22:504-511, 2014.
  40. Hjorth MF, Quist JS, Andersen R, Michaelsen KF, Tetens I, Astrup A, Chaput JP, Sjödin A. Change in sleep duration and proposed dietary risk factors for obesity in Danish school children. Pediatric Obesity 9:e156-e159, 2014.
  41. Hjorth MF, Chaput JP, Damsgaard CT, Dalskov SM, Andersen R, Astrup A, Michaelsen KF, Tetens I, Ritz C, Sjödin A. Low physical activity level and short sleep duration are associated with an increased cardio-metabolic risk profile: a longitudinal study in 8-11 year old Danish children. PLOS ONE 9:e104677, 2014.
  42. Hjorth MF, Chaput JP, Ritz C, Dalskov SM, Andersen R, Astrup A, Tetens I, Michaelsen KF, Sjödin A. Fatness predicts decreased physical activity and increased sedentary time, but not vice versa: support from a longitudinal study in 8- to 11-year-old children. International Journal of Obesity 38:959-965, 2014.
  43. Jarvis JW, Rhodes RE, Deshpande S, Berry TR, Chulak-Bozzer T,Deshpande S, Faulkner G, Spence JC, Tremblay MS, Latimer-Cheung AE. Investigating the role of brand equity in predicting the relationship between message exposure and parental support for their child’s physical activity. Social Marketing Quarterly 20(2):103-115, 2014.
  44. Kjeldsen JS, Hjorth MF, Andersen R, Michaelsen KF, Tetens I, Astrup A, Chaput JP, Sjödin A. Short sleep duration and large variability in sleep duration are independently associated with dietary risk factors for obesity in Danish school children. International Journal of Obesity 38:32-39, 2014.
  45. Larouche R. Physical inactivity in developing countries. Canadian Medical Association Journal 186 (14):1092, 2014.
  46. Larouche R, Oyeyemi AL, Prista A, Onywera VO, Akinroye KK, Tremblay MS. A systematic review of active transportation research in Africa and the psychometric properties of measurement tools for children and youth. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 11:129, 2014.
  47. Larouche R, Chaput JP, Leduc G, Boyer C, Belanger P, LeBlanc AG, Borghese MM, Tremblay MS. A cross-sectional examination of socio-demographic and school-level correlates of children’s school travel mode in Ottawa, Canada. BMC Public Health 14:497, 2014.
  48. Larouche R, Boyer C, Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE. Physical fitness, motor skill and physical activity relationships in Grade 4 to 6 children. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39:553-559, 2014.
  49. Larouche R, Faulkner G, Fortier M, Tremblay MS. Active transportation and adolescents’ health: the Canadian Health Measures Survey. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 46(5):507-515, 2014.
  50. Larouche R, Saunders TJ, Faulkner GEJ, Colley RC, Tremblay MS. Associations between active school transport and physical activity, body composition and cardiovascular fitness: a systematic review of 68 studies. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11:206-211, 2014.
  51. Leatherdale ST, Brown SK, Carson V, Childs RA, Dubin JA, Elliot SJ, Faulkner G, Hammond D, Manske S, Sabiston CM, Laxer RE, Bredin C, Thompson-Haile A. The COMPASS study: a longitudinal hierarchical research platform for evaluating natural experiments related to changes in school-level programs, policies and built environment resources. BMC Public Health 14(1):331-337, 2014.
  52. LeBlanc AG, Larouche R, Chaput JP, Goldfield GS, Tremblay MS. No clear evidence that exergames can prevent obesity. Obesity Reviews 15:692-693, 2014.
  53. Lloyd M, Saunders T, Bremer E, Tremblay MS. Long-term importance of fundamental motor skills: a 20 year follow-up study. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly 31:67-78, 2014.
  54. Longmuir PE, Colley RC, Wherley VA, Tremblay MS. Comment: Risks and benefits of childhood physical activity. Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology 2(11):861-862, 2014.
  55. Longmuir PE, Colley RC, Wherley VA, Tremblay MS. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Position Stand: benefit and risk for promoting childhood physical activity. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39:1271-1279, 2014.
  56. Moretti F, Merziotis M, Ferraro ZM, Oppenheimer L, Fung Kee Fung K. The importance of a first trimester placental sonogram in patients at risk of abnormal placentation. Case reports in Obstetrics and Gynecology 2014:345348, 2014.
  57. Morrison KM, Damanhoury S, Buchholz A, Chanoine JP, Lambert M, Tremblay MS, Berall G, Hamilton J, Laberge AM, Legault L, Thabane L, Jakymyshyn M, Ambler KA, Ball GDC. The CANadian Pediatric Weight management Registry (CANPWR): Study Protocol. BMC Pediatrics 14:161, 2014.
  58. Muthuri SK, Wachira L-JM, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Comparative Study of Physical Activity Patterns among School Children in Kenya and Canada: Results from the ISCOLE Project. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance 20(2:2):765-779, 2014.
  59. Muthuri SK, Wachira L-JM, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Correlates of objectively measured overweight/obesity and physical activity in Kenyan school children: results from ISCOLE-Kenya. BMC Public Health 14:436, 2014.
  60. Muthuri SK, Francis CE, Wachira LJM, LeBlanc AG, Sampson M, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Evidence of an overweight/obesity transition among school-aged children and youth in Sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review. PLOS ONE 9(3):e92846, 2014.
  61. Muthuri SK, Wachira LJM, LeBlanc AG, Francis CE, Sampson M, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Temporal Trends and Correlates of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Physical Fitness among School-Aged Children in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Systematic Review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 11:3327-3359, 2014.
  62. Page R, Ferraro ZM, Moretti F, Fung Kee Fung K. Gastroschisis: Antenatal Sonographic Predictors of Adverse Neonatal Outcome. Journal of Pregnancy 2014:239406, 2014.
  63. Paquette S, Moretti F, O’Reilly K, Ferraro ZM, Oppenheimer L. The incidence of maternal artefact during intrapartum fetal heart rate monitoring. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 36(11):962-968, 2014.
  64. Poitras VJ, Slattery DJ, Gurd BJ, and Pyke KE. Evidence that meal fat content does not impact hemodynamic reactivity to or recovery from repeated mental stress tasks. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39(11): 1314-21, 2014.
  65. Poitras VJ, Slattery DJ, Levac BM, Fergus S, Gurd BJ, and Pyke KE. The combined influence of fat consumption and repeated mental stress on brachial artery flow mediated dilation: a preliminary study. Experimental Physiology 99: 715-728, 2014.
  66. Prince SA, Gresty KM, Reed JL, Wright E, Tremblay MS, Reid RD. Individual, social and physical environmental correlates of sedentary behaviours in adults: a systematic review protocol. Systematic Reviews 3:120, 2014.
  67. Prince SA, Reed JL, Nerenberg KA, Kristjansson EA, Hiremath S, Adamo KB, Tulloch HE, , Mullen K-A, Fodor JG, Wright E, Reid RD. Intrapersonal, social and physical environmental determinants of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity in working-age women: a systematic review protocol. Systematic Reviews 3(1):132, 2014.
  68. Reilly JJ, Dick S, McNeill G, Tremblay MS. Results from the Scottish Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S93-S97, 2014.
  69. Santos Silva DA, Tremblay MS, de Andrade Goncalves EC, Santos Silva RJ. Television time among Brazilian adolescents: correlated factors are different between boys and girls. The Scientific World Journal 2014(794539):1-9, 2014.
  70. Saunders TJ, Gray CE, Borghese MM, McFarlane A, Mbonu A, Ferraro ZM, Tremblay MS. Validity of SC-StepRx pedometer-derived moderate and vigorous physical activity during treadmill walking and running in a heterogeneous sample of children and youth. BMC Public Health 14:519, 2014.
  71. Saunders TJ, Chaput JP, Goldfield GS, Colley RC, Kenny GP, Doucet E, Tremblay MS. Children and youth do not compensate for an imposed bout of prolonged sitting by reducing subsequent food intake or increasing physical activity: a randomized crossover study. British Journal of Nutrition 111:747-754, 2014.
  72. Saunders TJ, Chaput JP, Tremblay MS. Sedentary behaviour as an emerging risk factor for cardiometabolic diseases in children and youth. Canadian Journal of Diabetes 38:53-61, 2014.
  73. Schellenberg BJI, Gunnell KE, Mosewich AD, Bailis DS. Measurement invariance of the Passion Scale across three samples: An ESEM approach. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science 18: 242-258,
  74. Sigal RJ, Alberga AS, Goldfield GS, Prud’homme D, Hadjiyannakis S, Gougeon R, Phillips P, Tulloch H, Malcolm J, Doucette S, Wells GA, Ma J, Kenny GP. Effects of aerobic training, resistance training, or both on percentage body fat and cardiometabolic risk markers in obese adolescents: the healthy eating aerobic and resistance training in youth randomized clinical trial. JAMA Pediatrics 168 (11):1006-14, 2014.
  75. Stacey D, Jull J, Beach S, Dumas A, Strychar I, Adamo K, Brochu M, Prud’homme D. Middle-aged women’s decisions about body weight management: A needs assessment and testing of a knowledge translation tool. Menopause 22(4):1-9, 2014.
  76. Stevens A, Hamel C, Singh K, Ansari M, Myers E, Ziegler P, Hutton B, Sharma A, Bjerre L, Fenton S, Gow R, Hadjiyannakis S, O’Hara K, Pound C, Salewski E, Shrier I, Willows N, Moher D, Tremblay MS. Do sugar-sweetened beverages cause adverse health outcomes in children? A systematic review protocol. Systematic Reviews 3:96, 2014.
  77. Szijgyarto IC, Poitras VJ, Gurd BJ, and Pyke KE. Acute psychological and physical stress transiently enhances brachial artery flow-mediated dilation stimulated by exercise induced increases in shear stress. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 39(8):927-36, 2014.
  78. Thivel D, Chaput JP, Adamo KB, Goldfield GS. Is energy intake altered by a 10-week aerobic exercise intervention in obese adolescents? Physiology & Behavior 135:130-134, 2014.
  79. Thivel D, Chaput JP. Are post-exercise appetite sensations and energy intake coupled in children and adolescents? Sports Medicine 44:735-741, 2014.
  80. Tobe SW, Stone JA, Walker KM, Anderson T, Bhattacharyya O, Cheng AYY, Gregoire J, Gubitz G, L’Abbé M, Lau DCW, Leiter LA, Oh P, Padwal R, Poirier L, Selby P, Tremblay MS, Ward RA, Hua D, Liu PP, for the C-CHANGE Collaborative. 2014 Canadian Cardiovascular Harmonized National Guideline Endeavour (C-CHANGE): 2014 update. Canadian Medical Association Journal 186(17):1299-1305, 2014.
  81. Traversy G, Borghese MM, Ferraro ZM, Chaput JP. Consuming more than just stories: Does what children watch while eating influence how much they eat? The Open Obesity Journal 6:65-69, 2014.
  82. Tremblay MS, Gray CE, Akinroye K, Harrington D, Katzmarzyk PT, Lambert EV, Liukkonen J, Maddison R, Ocansey RT, Onywera VO, Prista A, Reilly JJ, Rodriguez Martinez P, Sarmiento Duenas OL, Standage M, Tomkinson G. Physical activity of children: A global matrix of grades comparing 15 countries related to the physical activity of children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S113-S125, 2014.
  83. Tremblay MS. 2014 Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S1-S2, 2014.
  84. Tremblay MS, Barnes JD, Cowie Bonne J. Impact of the Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card: A 10-year analysis. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S3-S20, 2014.
  85. Wachira L-JM, Muthuri SK, Tremblay MS, Onywera VO. Results from Kenya’s 2014 Report Card on the Physical Activity and Body Weight of Children and Youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S69-S73, 2014.
  86. Wilson AL, Goldfield GS. Overweight or obese young people are not at increased risk of depression, but young people with depression are at increased risk of obesity. Evidenced Based Nursing 17(4); 112,
  87. Yildirim M, Arundell L, Cerin E, Carson V, Brown H, Crawford D, Hesketh KD, Ridgers DN, Te Velde JS, Chinapaw M, Salmon J. What helps children to move more at school recess and lunchtime? Mid-intervention results from Transform-Us! cluster-randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Sports Medicine 48 (3):271-277, 2014.

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Non-Peer Reviewed Publications

  1. Borghese MM, LeBlanc AG. Healthy active living in a modern world. Ottawa Parenting Times, February/March 2014, 66. www.parentingtimes.ca/healthy-active-living-in-a-modern-world, 2014.
  2. Carson V, Clark M, Berry T, Holt NL, Latimer-Cheung AE. Parental perceptions of the Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for the Early Years. Alberta Centre for Active Living – Research Update 21(4) 1-3, 2014.
  3. Ferraro ZM. Lifecourse strategies to help prevent and manage childhood obesity: Survey findings and workshop report. Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario via The Carlington Community Health Centre,
  4. Ferraro ZM. Exercise and Pregnancy for Elite Athletes: Current Evidence and Training Recommendations. Own the Podium – Sport Information Resource Centre (SIRC), Winter 2014 pages 20-25.
  5. Longmuir PE, Boyer C, Francis C, Tremblay MS. (2014). The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Protocol Manual. Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute. Ottawa, Canada: www.capl-ecsfp.ca, pp. 1-146.
  6. Muthuri SK, Wachira LJM, Tremblay MS, Onywera VO. Kenya 2014 Report Card on Physical Activity and Body Weight of Children and Youth. Healthy Active Kids Kenya, 2014.
  7. Tremblay MS (Chief Scientific Officer). Active Healthy Kids Canada. 2014 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on the Physical Activity of Children and Youth. Is Canada in the Running. 2014

Published Abstracts

In recognition of all the great work done by all HALO students and staff (some of which may have occurred outside of HALO) this report includes all abstracts from 2014.

  1. Adamo KB,Wilson S, Brett KE, Ferraro ZM, Nerenberg K, Goldfield G, Keely E, Hadjiyannakis S, Walker M. The Maternal Obesity Management (MOM) Pilot RCT: A Prenatal Lifestyle Intervention.   Obesity (Suppl. 2014), 2014.
  2. Al Shamrani S, Moretti F, Ferraro ZM, Roy-Lacroix ME, Fung-Kee-Fung K. Second trimester fetal biometric measures: Concordance between 2D and 3D technologies. 24th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Barcelona, Spain. September 14-17, 2014. Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology 44 (Supp 1): 315-316, 2014.
  3. Banks L, Rosenthal S, Longmuir PE, Manlhiot C, McKillop A, McCrindle BW. Medical factors associated with moderate-to-vigorous physical activity in children with congenital heart disease may be specific to the underlying lesion. Canadian Journal of Cardiology 30 (CCC Suppl): S188-S189, 2014.
  4. Bélanger P, Borghese MM, Tremblay MS, Leduc G, Boyer C, LeBlanc AG, Francis C, Chaput JP. Elements of Neighbourhood Social Capital Favour Children’s Physical Activity Levels. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S128, 2014.
  5. Borghese MM, Tremblay MS, Katzmarzyk PT, Tudor-Locke C, Schuna Jr. J, Leduc G, Boyer C, LeBlanc AG, Chaput JP. Mediating role of television time, diet patterns, physical activity and sleep duration in the association between television in the bedroom and adiposity in 10-year-old children. Obesity S351, 2014.
  6. Borghese MM, Tremblay MS, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, LeBlanc AG, Francis C, Chaput JP. Independent and Combined Associations of Total Sedentary Time and Television Time with Food Intake Patterns of 9-11 year-old Canadian Children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S132, 2014.
  7. Borghese M, Boyer C, McClelland K, Hay J, Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE. Higher Peer Support and Lower Sedentary Behavior are Associated with Higher Physical Activity Self- Efficacy in Children 8 to 12 Years of Age. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S131-S132, 2014.
  8. Borghese M, Tremblay M, Leduc G, Boyer C, Belanger P, LeBlanc A, Francis C, Chaput J. Television viewing and food intake pattern of normal weight, overweight, and obese 9-11 year-old Canadian children. Obesity Reviews 15(suppl.2):232, 2014.
  9. Boyer C, Lloyd M, Tremblay MS, Knight E, Saunders TJ, Boiarskaia E, Zhu W, Longmuir PE. Feasibility, Validity and Reliability of an Obstacle Course to Measure Motor Skill in Children 6 to 14 Years of Age. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S132-S133, 2014.
  10. Brett KE, Ferraro ZM, Wilson S, Adamo KB. Self-report questionnaire overestimates physical activity in pregnancy. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39(S1): S7, 2014.
  11. Brett KE, Ferraro ZM, Wilson S, Ockenden H, Nerenberg K, Goldfield G, Keely E, Adamo KB. Associations between objectively measured physical activity, pre-pregnancy body mass index and gestational weight gain. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism. 39: S7, 2014.
  12. Cameron JC, Goldfield, GS, Doucet, E. Deprivation by diet alone or by aerobic exercise alone: how modality of an acute intervention can differently impact ‘wanting’ and ‘liking’ of preferred foods. Obesity Facts, 7(Suppl 1): 116, 2014.
  13. Carson V, Stone M, Faulkner G. Patterns of sedentary behavior and weight status among children Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11 (Supp 1): S207, 2014.
  14. Carson V, Hesketh KD, Hinkley T, Salmon J, Crawford D. Longitudinal levels and bouts of objectively measured sedentary behavior among Australian pre-school children in the HAPPY study. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11 (Supp 1): S136, 2014.
  15. Chaput JP, Bouchard C, Tremblay A. Change in sleep duration and visceral fat accumulation over 6 years in adults. Obesity Reviews 15 (Suppl. 2): 127, 2014.
  16. Chaput JP, Leduc G, Boyer C, LeBlanc AG, Borghese MM, Tremblay MS. Objectively measured physical activity, sedentary time and sleep duration: independent and combined associations with adiposity in Canadian children. Obesity S227: 2014.
  17. Ferraro ZM, Wilson S, Brett KE, Nerenberg K, Goldfield G, Keely E, Adamo KB. Associations between objectively measured physical activity, sedentary time and maternal social support and depression indices. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39(S1): S17, 2014.
  18. Ferraro ZM, Wilson S, Brett KE, Nerenberg K, Goldfield G, Hadjiyannakis S, Walker M, Adamo KB. The timing of gestational weight gain & infant adiposity in the Maternal Obesity Management (MOM) Trial.  Obesity (Suppl.2014), 2014.
  19. Filion AJ, Darlington G, Chaput JP, Ybarra M, Haines J. Examining the effectiveness of a text-based intervention on improving measures of sleep quantity and quality among young adults. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 11: 523, 2014.
  20. Gillis LHE, Olds T, Tomkinson G, Moreira C, Christie C, Nigg C, Cerin E, Van Sluijs E, Stratton G, Janssen I, Dorovolomo J, Reilly J, Mota J, Zayed K, Kawalski K, Anderson LB, Carrizosa M, Tremblay MS, Chia M, Hamlin M, Thomas N, Maddison R, Biddle S, Gorely T, Onywera V, Van Mechelen W. Research priorities for child and adolescent physical activity and sedentary behaviours: a global perspective using a twin-panel Delphi procedure. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S148-S149, 2014.
  21. Goldfield GS, Murray M, Maras D, Wilson A, Phillips P, Kenny G, Hadjiyannakis S, Alberga A, Sigal R. Screen time and quality of life among obese adolescents: a HEARTY study. Obesity Reviews 15(suppl.2):116, 2014.
  22. Goldfield GS, Harvey A,  Grattan K,  Colley R,  Alberga AS,  Ferraro ZM, Temple VA., Naylor PJ, Barrowman N,  Wilson S, Adamo KB.     The Preschoolers Activity Trial (PAT): A randomized controlled trial evaluating the effects of physical activity on adiposity in the early years. Obesity Facts 7(Suppl 1): 121, 2014.
  23. Gordon M, Janssen I, Carson V. Standing up against sitting down: A story of knowledge exchange, partnerships and policy development in the Kingston Ontario region. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11 (Supp 1): S149, 2014.
  24. Harvey ALJ, Grattan KP, Adamo KB, Wilson S, Goldfield G. Do outdoor daycares increase physical activity? Applied Physiology Nutrition, and Metabolism 39: S21, 2014.
  25. Hjorth MF, Chaput JP, Damsgaard CT, Dalskov SM, Astrup A, Michaelsen KF, Tetens I, Ritz C, Sjödin A. Low physical activity level and short sleep duration are associated with an increased cardio-metabolic risk: a longitudinal study in Danish children. Obesity Reviews 15 (Suppl. 2): 56, 2014.
  26. Katzmarzyk P, Lambert V, Onywera V, Tremblay M. The emergence of childhood obesity in Africa: nutrition, physical activity and environmental correlates. South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition 27(3):155-156, 2014.
  27. Kuzik N, Clarke D, Ogden N, Harber V, Carson V. Physical activity and sedentary behaviour of toddlers and preschoolers in Alberta child care centres. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11 (Supp 1): S163, 2014.
  28. Larouche R, Faulkner GEJ, Tremblay MS. Active transportation and adults’ health: the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39(S1):S26-27, 2014.
  29. Larouche R. Assessing the health-related outcomes and correlates of active transportation in children and youth. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39 (3): 403, 2014.
  30. Larouche R, Chaput JP, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, Leblanc AG, Borghese M, Francis C, Tremblay MS. Socio-demographic and school-level correlates of active school transport in Canadian children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S164, 2014.
  31. LeBlanc AG, Chaput JP, Borghese MM, Leduc G, Tremblay MS. The school food environment and adiposity in Canadian children. Obesity S172: 2014.
  32. LeBlanc AG, Katzmarzyk PT, Chaput JP, Church T, Folgelholm M, Hu G, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Kuriyan R, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Tremblay MS. National representativeness of the International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39(S1):S27, 2014.
  33. LeBlanc AG, Berry T, Deshpande S, Duggan M, Faulkner G, Latimer-Cheung A, O’Reilly N, Rhodes R, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Knowledge, awareness, and uptake of Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39(S1):S27, 2014.
  34. LeBlanc AG, Borghese MM, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, Francis C, Chaput JP, Tremblay MS. Correlates of objectively measured sedentary time in Canadian school-aged children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S164, 2014.
  35. LeBlanc AG, Bélanger P, Borghese MM, Leduc G, Boyer C, Francis C, Chaput JP, Tremblay MS. School lunch programs, breakfast consumption and parental income. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S164-S165, 2014.
  36. Longmuir PE, Corey M, Faulkner G, Russell JL, McCrindle BW. Children after Fontan have the daily moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, strength, and body composition required for successful participation with peers. Circulation 130(Suppl2), 2014.
  37. Luciani A, White L, Berry T, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung A, Rhodes R, Spence J, Tremblay M, Faulkner G. Sports Day in Canada: Examining Benefits for Community Organizations. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S169, 2014.
  38. Maras D, Murray M, Buchholz A, Henderson K, Obeid N, Birmingham M, Flament M, Goldfield GS. Sedentary screen-based activities are independently associated with symptoms of depression and anxiety in a community sample of Ontario youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(Supp 1): S126, 2014.
  39. McKillop A, Rosenthal S, Longmuir PE, Manlhiot C, Banks L, McCrindle BW. Physical activity among children with congenital heart disease is associated with family physical activity behaviour. Canadian Journal of Cardiology, 30 (CCC Suppl): S316, 2014.
  40. McNeil J, Tremblay MS, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, LeBlanc AG, Borghese MM, Francis C, Chaput JP. Short sleep duration and later bedtime are associated with more time spent in sedentary activities and greater adiposity in a sample of Canadian children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S175, 2014.
  41. McNeill G, Dick S, Reilly JJ, Tremblay MS. The Active Healthy Kids Scotland Report Card 2013: A Tool for Obesity Monitoring and Advocacy. Obesity Reviews 15(suppl.2):245-246, 2014.
  42. Moretti F, Ferraro ZM, Roy-Lacroix ME, Fung-Kee-Fung K. Biometric assessment of the fetal cerebellum vermis in the second trimester using 3D ultrasonography. Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology 44 (Suppl. 1): 200, 2014.
  43. Muthuri SK, Wachira L-JM, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Socioeconomic Differences in Objectively Measured Overweight/Obesity and Physical Activity in Kenyan School Children: Results from ISCOLE-Kenya. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S178, 2014.
  44. Ockenden H, Nerenberg K, Goldfield G, Keely E, Adamo KB. Associations between objectively measured physical activity, pre-pregnancy body mass index and gestational weight gain. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39(S1): S7, 2014.
  45. Odindo FO, Muthuri SK, Wachira LJM, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Assessment of health related physical fitness and motor skill ability of 9-11 year old school children in Nairobi County, Kenya. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S179, 2014.
  46. Roy-Lacroix ME, Ferraro ZM, Greville J, Fung-Kee-Fung K. Ergonomic assessment of 2D vs. 3D ultrasound for obstetric imaging using validated Strain Index (SI) and Rapid Upper Limb Assessment (RULA) analyses. Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology 44 (Suppl. 1): 135-136, 2014.
  47. Saunders TJ, Gray CE, Borghese M, McFarlane A, Mbonu A, Ferraro ZM, Tremblay MS. Validity of pedometer-derived moderate and vigorous physical activity during treadmill walking and running in a heterogeneous sample of children and youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S185-S186, 2014.
  48. Stephens S, Beyene J, Pullenayegum E, Faulkner G, Tremblay MS, Feldman BM. Identifying Imputation Strategies for Dealing with Missing Accelerometer Data: A Systematic Review. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S189, 2014.
  49. Stephens S, Takken T, Esliger DW, Tremblay MS, Schneiderman JE, Pullenayegum E, Beyene J, Biggar D, Longmuir PE, McCrindle B, Abad A, Ignas DM, van der Net J, Feldman BM. Validation of Accelerometer Prediction Equations in Children with Chronic Disease. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S189, 2014.
  50. Thivel D, Genin P, Le Moel B, Chaput JP. Effect of isoenergetic active video game and exercise sessions on nutritional adaptations in lean and obese adolescents. Obesity Reviews 15 (Suppl. 2): 202, 2014.
  51. Tremblay MS, Boyer C, Muthuri SK, Wachira L-J, Onywera VO, Longmuir PE, Okinda F, Leduc G, Chaput JP. Comparison of child physical literacy scores between Canada and Kenya. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39(S1):S45-46, 2014.
  52. Tremblay MS. Powering the Movement to get Kids Moving – 10 years of experience from the Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card. Obesity Reviews 15(suppl.2):268-269, 2014.
  53. Tremblay MS, Ball G, Chanoine J-P, Lambert M, Buchholz A, Feng B, Morrison KM. Baseline Measures of Participants in the Canadian Pediatric Weight Management Registry (CANPWR) Pilot Study. Obesity Reviews 15(suppl.2):246-247, 2014.
  54. Uys M, Grobler MN, Naidoo N, Tremblay MS, Lambert E. Validation of key components of the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL) in 10 year-old South African children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S205-S206, 2014.
  55. Wachira L-J, Muthuri S, Tremblay MS, Onywera VO. Association between BMI and Percent Body Fat Status and Screen-Based Sedentary Activity of Kenyan Urban School Children: Results from ISCOLE-Kenya. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(suppl.1):S196, 2014.

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Book Chapters

  1. Chaput JP. Lack of sleep can lead to weight gain. Elevate Health, President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition 15: 1-10, 2014.
  2. Crocker PRE & Gunnell KE (2014). Emotional schemas . In RC Eklund, G Tenenbaum. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology (Volume 1). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. p. 250-21, 2014.
  3. Crocker PRE & Gunnell KE (2014). Satisfaction. In RC Eklund, G Tenenbaum (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology (Volume 2). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. p.609-611, 2014.
  4. Gunnell KE, Schellenberg BJI, Wilson PM, Crocker PRE, Mack DE, Zumbo BD (2014). A review of validity evidence presented in the Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology (2002-2012): Misconceptions and recommendations for validation research. In BD Zumbo, KH Chan (Eds.). Validity and validation in social, behavioral, and health sciences. New York: Springer. p. 137-156. 2014.
  5. Gunnell KE, Wilson PM, Zumbo BD, Crocker PRE, Mack DE, Schellenberg BJI. Validity theory and validity evidence for scores derived from the Behavioural Regulation in Exercise Questionnaire. In BD Zumbo, KH Chan (Eds.). Validity and validation in social, behavioral, and health sciences. New York, NY: p. 175-191, 2014.

Conferences and Invited Presentations

  1. Adamo KB. The link between maternal health behaviours and downstream child health. Promoting Healthy Weight 2.0 colloquium. University of Tennessee (Knoxville, USA), 2014.
  2. Adamo KB. Physical Activity in the Early Years; Experiences from the Activity Begins in Childhood (ABC) trial. Graduate Public Health Seminar. University of Tennessee (Knoxville, USA), 2014.
  3. Adamo KB. Intervention trials postpartum to improve maternal health outcomes. Pregnancy Complications Identify Women at Risk for Developing CVD Planning Workshop (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  4. Adamo KB, Wilson S, Brett KE, Ferraro ZM, Nerenberg K, Goldfield GS, Keely E, Hadjiyannakis S, Walker M. The Maternal Obesity Management (MOM) Pilot RCT: A Prenatal Lifestyle Intervention. The Obesity Society Meeting (Boston, USA), 2014.
  5. Adamo KB. Lifestyle habits and cardiovascular health: from fetal life to childhood. CHU Ste Justine, Pediatric Grand Rounds (Montreal, Canada), 2014.
  6. Adamo KB. Power of Prevention in the Early Years. Research Canada’s Health Research Caucus: Diabetes Research and Innovations in Canada (Winnipeg, Canada), 2014.
  7. Adamo KB. Power of Prevention in the Early Years- the role of active living. University of British Columbia, School of Kinesiology (Vancouver, Canada), 2014.
  8. Adamo KB. Can we halt the intergenerational cycle of obesity? Sherbrooke-Ottawa- Montreal Emerging Team Research Rounds (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  9. Adamo KB. The intergenerational Cycle of Obesity – Why we Should be Concerned. Invited plenary speaker:  Healthy Mothers and Healthy Babies: New Research and Best Practice (UBC Interprofessional Continuing Education) (Vancouver, Canada), 2014.
  10. Adamo KB. Maternal Predictors and Potential Modifiers of Fetal Growth During Pregnancy. Invited presentation: Ontario Public Health- Healthy Weights for Children Forum (Toronto, Canada),
  11. Adamo KB. Power of prevention in the early years. Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences Lecture Series (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  12. Alavi N, Ferraro ZM, Borowiec S, Bonin B. A review of anti-D rhesus prophylaxis administration practices at the Ottawa Hospital (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  13. Alberga AS, Kenny GP, Goldfield GS, Prud’homme D, Hadjiyannakis S, Gougeon R, Sigal RJ. Why should resistance exercise be incorporated into physical activity programs for children and youth with obesity? Global Summit on Physical Activity in Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  14. Alpous A, Fournier A, Longmuir PE. Physical literacy and healthier communities. Rural Eastern Ontario Active Recreation Conference (Calabogie, Canada), 2014.
  15. Alpous A, Borghese MM, Callender L, Fournier A, Boyer C, Longmuir PE. Assessing the accuracy of physical literacy screening tasks with the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL). Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Day (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  16. Al Shamrani S, Moretti F, Ferraro ZM, Roy-Lacroix ME, Fung-Kee-Fung K. Second trimester fetal biometric measures: Concordance between 2D and 3D technologies. 24th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (Barcelona, Spain), 2014.
  17. Banks L, Rosenthal S, Longmuir PE, Manlhiot C, McKillop A, McCrindle BW. Medical factors associated with moderate-to-vigorous physical activity in children with congenital heart disease may be specific to the underlying lesion. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (Vancouver, Canada), 2014.
  18. Brett KE, Wilson S, Ferraro ZM, Adamo KB. Self-report questionnaire overestimates physical activity in pregnancy. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting (St. Johns, Canada), 2014.
  19. Brett KE, Ferraro ZM, Wilson S, Ockenden H, Nerenberg K, Goldfield G, Keely E, Adamo KB. Associations between objectively measured physical activity, pre-pregnancy body mass index and gestational weight gain. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting (St. Johns, Canada), 2014.
  20. Bélanger P, Borghese MM, Tremblay MS, Leduc G, Boyer C, LeBlanc AG, Francis C, Chaput JP. Elements of Neighbourhood Social Capital Favour Children’s Physical Activity Levels. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  21. Borghese MM, Tremblay MS, Katzmarzyk PT, Tudor-Locke K, Schuna JM Jr, Leduc G, Boyer C, LeBlanc AG, Chaput J-P. Mediating role of television time, diet patterns, physical activity and sleep duration in the association between television in the bedroom and adiposity in 10-year-old children. The Obesity Society Annual Scientific Conference (Boston, USA), 2014.
  22. Borghese MM, Tremblay MS, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, LeBlanc AG, Francis C, Chaput JP. Independent and Combined Associations of Total Sedentary Time and Television Time with Food Intake Patterns of 9-11 year-old Canadian Children. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  23. Borghese M, Tremblay M, Leduc G, Boyer C, Belanger P, LeBlanc A, Francis C, Chaput J. Television viewing and food intake pattern of normal weight, overweight, and obese 9-11 year-old Canadian children. International Congress on Obesity (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), 2014.
  24. Boyer C, Lloyd M, Tremblay MS, Knight E, Saunders TJ, Boiarskaia E, Zhu W, Longmuir PE. Feasibility, Validity and Reliability of an Obstacle Course to Measure Motor Skill in Children 6 to 14 Years of Age. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  25. Boyer C, Longmuir PE, Tremblay MS, Leduc G, Bélanger P, LeBlanc AG, Borghese MM, Francis C, Chaput JP. Longitudinal Trends in Physical Literacy for Children Transitioning from Grade 4 to Grade 5 in a Sample of Canadian Children. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  26. Brett KE, Ferraro ZM, Wilson S, Ockenden H, Nerenberg K, Goldfield G, Keely E, Adamo KB. Associations between objectively measured physical activity, pre-pregnancy body mass index and gestational weight gain. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual General Meeting (St. John’s, Canada), 2014.
  27. Brett KE, Ferraro ZM, Wilson S, Adamo KB. Self-report questionnaire overestimates physical activity in pregnancy. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual General Meeting (St. John’s, Canada), 2014.
  28. Cameron JD, Sigal RJ, Kenny GP, Alberga AA, Hadjiyannakis S, Phillips S, Prud’homme D, Malcolm J, Doucette S, Tulloch H, Goldfield GS. Effects of Resistance training, Aerobic training or Both on Psychosocial Functioning in Obese Adolescents: The HEARTY trial. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  29. Cameron JC, Goldfield, GS, Doucet, E. Deprivation by diet alone or by aerobic exercise alone: how modality of an acute intervention can differently impact ‘wanting’ and ‘liking’ of preferred foods. European Congress on Obesity (Sophia, Bulgaria), 2014.
  30. Cameron JD, Goldfield GS, Kenny GP, Alberga AA, Phillips P, Doucette S, Sigal RJ. Body Composition and Energy Intake—Fat Free Mass is the Strongest Predictor of Food Intake in Obese Adolescents: The HEARTY Trial. Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior 22nd Annual Meeting (Seattle, USA), 2014.
  31. Carson V, Wong S, Winkler E, Healy GN, Colley RC, Tremblay MS. Patterns of Sedentary Time and Cardiometabolic Risk among Canadian Adults. 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), 2014.
  32. Carson V. Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour in the Early Years. Alberta Association for the Accreditation of Early Learning and Care Services – Accreditation Training Meeting (Edmonton, Canada), 2014.
  33. Carson V, Hesketh KD, Hinkley T, Salmon J, Crawford D. Longitudinal levels and bouts of objectively measured sedentary behavior among Australian pre-school children in the HAPPY study. 2014 Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  34. Carson V, Stone M, Faulkner G. Patterns of sedentary behavior and weight status among children. 2014 Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  35. Carson V, Rinaldi R, Torrance B, Maximova K, Ball G, Sumit M, Plontnikoff R, Veugelers P, Boulé N, Wozny P, McCargar L, Downs S, Daymont C, Lewanczuk S, McGavock J. Vigorous physical activity and longitudinal associations with cardiometabolic risk factors in youth: prospective cohort study. 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), 2014.
  36. Chaput JP. L’obésité en 2014: comment faire face au problème? Mini Medical School (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  37. Chaput JP. The importance of a good night’s sleep for health and wellness. Conference Board of Canada (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  38. Chaput JP. Sleep and sedentary behaviour as correlates of childhood obesity. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting (St. John’s, Canada), 2014.
  39. Chaput JP. Sedentary behaviours and body weight: should we be preoccupied? Public Health Ontario Grand Rounds Session (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  40. Chaput JP. L’édition 2014 du Bulletin de l’activité physique chez les jeunes de Jeunes en forme Canada. Healthy Eating Physical Activity Coalition of New Brunswick (Moncton, Canada), 2014.
  41. Chaput JP. Faire bouger les jeunes: un défi de taille en 2014! Assureurs Prévention (Paris, France), 2014.
  42. Chaput JP. The Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group: vision, mission, and lines of business. Canadian Obesity Student Meeting (Waterloo, Canada), 2014.
  43. Chaput JP. Le manque de sommeil fait-il engraisser? Université du Québec à Montréal (Montreal, Canada), 2014.
  44. Chaput JP. Lack of sleep leading to weight gain: should we be preoccupied? University of Copenhagen (Copenhagen, Denmark), 2014.
  45. Chaput JP. Change in sleep duration and visceral fat accumulation over 6 years in adults. International Congress on Obesity (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), 2014.
  46. Chaput JP. Increasing Canadian capacity for pediatric healthy active living and obesity research. Lawson Foundation (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  47. Chaput JP, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, LeBlanc A, Borghese M, Tremblay MS. Objectively measured physical activity, sedentary time and sleep duration: independent and combined associations with adiposity in Canadian Children. The Obesity Society Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2014.
  48. Chaput JP, Jomphe-Tremblay S, Lafrenière J, Patterson S, McNeil J, Ferraro ZM. Reliability of a food menu to measure energy and macronutrient intake in children and adolescents. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior (Seattle, USA), 2014.
  49. Clark L, Hadjiyannakis S, Lynn E, Mohipp C, Rutherford J, Kazoun F, Buchholz A. The Impact of Family-Based Group Programming on Quality of Life for Youth with Severe Complex Obesity. Canadian Conference for the Prevention and Management of Pediatric Obesity, (Winnipeg, Canada), 2014.
  50. Colapinto CK, O’Connor DL, Dubois L, Tremblay MS. Prevalence and correlates of folic acid supplement use in Canada. Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting (Banff, Canada), 2014.
  51. Faulkner G, Carson V, Stone M. Objectively measured sedentary behaviour and self-esteem among children. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (SCAPPS) Annual Conference (London, Canada), 2014.
  52. Ferraro ZM. Obesity in preconception and pregnancy: Downstream effects on child obesity. For the Best Start Resource Centre community public health workshop series (Sault Ste Marie, Canada), 2014.
  53. Ferraro ZM. Obesity in preconception and pregnancy: Downstream effects on child obesity. For the Best Start Resource Centre community public health workshop series (Kingston, Canada), 2014.
  54. Ferraro ZM. Obesity in preconception and pregnancy: Downstream effects on child obesity. For the Best Start Resource Centre community public health workshop series (Timmins, Canada), 2014.
  55. Ferraro ZM. The 5 A’s of healthy pregnancy weight gain. For the Best Start Resource Centre community public health workshop series (Sault Ste Marie, Canada), 2014.
  56. Ferraro ZM. The 5 A’s of healthy pregnancy weight gain. For the Best Start Resource Centre community public health workshop series (Kingston, Canada), 2014.
  57. Ferraro ZM. The 5 A’s of healthy pregnancy weight gain. For the Best Start Resource Centre community public health workshop series (Timmins, Canada), 2014.
  58. Ferraro ZM, Wilson S, Brett KE, Nerenberg K, Goldfield G, Hadjiyannakis S, Walker M, Adamo KB. The timing of gestational weight gain & infant adiposity in the Maternal Obesity Management (MOM) Trial. TheOttawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI) Annual Research Day (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  59. Ferraro ZM. Exercise & Pregnancy: Clinical Recommendations. Invited presentation for the uOttawa MD Program ‘Exercise is Medicine’ chapter (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  60. Ferraro ZM. Thinking beyond obesity? Understanding the value of healthy pregnancy weight gain. Invited presentation for Toronto Public Health / Canadian Prenatal Nutrition Programs Professional Practice day (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  61. Ferraro ZM, Barrowman N, Prud’homme D, Walker M, Wen SW, Rodger M, Adamo KB. Gestational weight gain: A comparison of the SOGC and IOM guidelines for patients with obesity. Canadian Association of Perinatal and Women’s Health Nurses (CAPWHN) 4th National Conference “Expanding Horizons, Grounding Practice” (Regina, Canada), 2014.
  62. Ferraro ZM. What to gain? Implementing pregnancy weight gain guidelines at the Ottawa Hospital. The Ottawa Hospital Obstetrics & Gynecology Grand Rounds (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  63. Ferraro ZM. The healthy kids strategy: weight management in preconception & pregnancy. Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition for dissemination of Ontario Public Health recommendations ‘No time to wait’ (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  64. Ferraro ZM, Barrowman N, Prud’homme D, Walker M, Wen SW, Rodger M, Adamo KB. Examining the effects of discordant gestational weight gain guidelines on neonatal birth weight. Canadian Obesity Network Student Meeting (Waterloo, Canada), 2014.
  65. Ferraro ZM. The ‘Goldilocks effect’ and the developmental origins of obesity. Keynote address to Dietitians of Canada National Conference (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  66. Ferraro ZM. Harmonizing public health messaging – Prenatal weight management. Ottawa Public Health Advisory Team (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  67. Ferraro ZM. Preconception and prenatal weight management. Canadian Association of Perinatal and Women’s Health Nurses (CAPWHN) (Edmonton, Canada), 2014.
  68. Ferraro ZM. What to gain? The link between pregnancy weight gain and child obesity. Invited presentation to Ottawa Board of Public Health (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  69. Ferraro ZM, Barrowman N, Prud’homme D, Walker M, Wen SW, Rodger M, Adamo KB. Gestational weight gain: A comparison of the SOGC and IOM guidelines for patients with obesity. Society for Gynecological Investigation Annual Scientific Meeting (Florence, Italy), 2014.
  70. Ferraro ZM. Understanding healthy pregnancy weights and the link to child obesity. Ontario Health Promotion (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  71. Ferraro ZM. Optimizing Maternal-Fetal Outcomes – The Value of Appropriate Weight Gain For All Women and Their Children. Invited keynote address to Best Start Resource Centre Annual Conference (Toronto, Canada),
  72. Ferraro ZM, Wilson S, Brett KE, Nerenberg K, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Walker M, Adamo KB. The timing of gestational weight gain & infant adiposity in the Maternal Obesity Management (MOM) Trial. The Obesity Society Meeting (Boston, USA ), 2014.
  73. Ferraro ZM, Wilson S, Brett KE, Nerenberg K, Goldfield GS, Keely E, Adamo KB. Associations between objectively measured physical activity, sedentary time and maternal social support and depression indices. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting (St.Johns, Canada), 2014.
  74. Flament M, Buchholz A, Henderson K, Obeid N, Schubert N, Maras D, Paterniti, S, Goldfield GS. From DSM-IV to DSM-5: How do the changes affect the prevalence of eating disorders in adolescents from the community? International Conference on Eating Disorders (New York, USA), 2014.
  75. Fournier A, Loiselle C, Chamberlain J, Longmuir PE. Tumbling Together : A therapeutic treatment option to improve self-regulation skills in preschool-aged children with developmental delays. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Day (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  76. Gainforth HL, Jarvis JW, Berry T, Chulak-Bozzer T,Deshpande S, Faulkner G, Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Tremblay MS, Latimer-Cheung AE. Assessing the Effectiveness of a Social Marketing Campaign Drawing Parents’ Attention to their Child’s Physical Activity Level. 35th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine (Philadelphia, USA), 2014.
  77. Goldfield GS. Healthy Active Living and Mental Health Promotion. Keynote Presentation to Bell during Mental Health Week (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  78. Goldfield GS, Harvey A,  Grattan K,  Colley R,  Alberga AS,  Ferraro ZM, Temple VA, Naylor PJ, Barrowman N,  Wilson S, Adamo KB.     The Preschoolers Activity Trial (PAT): A randomized controlled trial evaluating the effects of physical activity on adiposity in the early years. European Congress on Obesity (Sophia, Bulgaria), 2014.
  79. Goldfield GS, Kenny GP, Alberga AA, Phillips P,  Doucette S, Cameron JD,  Sigal RJ.  Effects of aerobic training, resistance training, or both on food intake in obese adolescents: The HEARTY Trial. Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior 22nd Annual Meeting (Seattle, USA), 2014.
  80. Goldfield GS, Maras D, Murray M, Buchholz A, Henderson K, Obeid N, Birmingham, M, Flament MF. Restrained eating mediates the relationship between insecure attachment and overweight/obesity in a community sample of Canadian youth. The Obesity Society Meeting (Boston, USA), 2014.
  81. Gordon M, Janssen I, Carson V. A story of knowledge exchange, partnerships and policy development in the Kingston Ontario region. 2014 Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  82. Gunnell KE, Fecteau M, Gaudreau P. Psychological Need Satisfaction as an Antecedent and Consequence of Coping and Goal Progress. In KE Gunnell (Chair). On the Importance of Examining Reciprocal Deterministic Relationships in Positive Psychology. Symposium presented at the Canadian Conference of Positive Psychology (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  83. Gunnell KE, Brunet J, Bélanger M. Adolescent’s changes in psychological need satisfaction are associated with changes in physical activity over time. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (London, Canada), 2014.
  84. Gunnell KE, Brunet J, & Bélanger M. Do youth’s perceptions of psychological need satisfaction during physical activity predict changes in physical activity? North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (Minneapolis, USA), 2014.
  85. Harvey ALJ, Grattan KP, Adamo KB, Wilson S, Goldfield GS. Do outdoor daycares increase physical activity? Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting (St.Johns, Canada), 2014.
  86. Jarvis JW, Berry T, Carson V, Rhodes R, Latimer-Cheung AE. Investigating Message Believability as a Determinant of Parents’ Intentions to Support their Children in Meeting Physical Activity and Screen Time Guidelines. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (SCAPPS) (London, Canada), 2014.
  87. Jarvis JW, Berry T, Carson V, Latimer-Cheung AE. Investigating the role of message believability in promoting parental support towards children meeting the child physical activity and screen time guidelines. Eastern Canadian Sport & Exercise Psychology Symposium (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  88. Kuzik N, Clarke D, Ogden N, Harber V, Carson V. Physical activity and sedentary behaviour of toddlers and preschoolers in Alberta child care centres. 2014 Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  89. Larouche R. The Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Invited lecture for the Healthy Transportation Coalition (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  90. Larouche R. Active transportation, physical activity and health among children and youth. Invited lecture at the University of Toronto. (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  91. Larouche R, Faulkner G, Tremblay MS. Active travel and adults’ health: the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (St. John’s, Canada), 2014.
  92. Larouche R, Chaput JP, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, Leblanc AG, Borghese M, Francis C, Tremblay MS. Socio-demographic and school-level correlates of active school transport in Canadian children. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Ontario), 2014.
  93. LeBlanc AG, Chaput JP, Leduc G, Borghese MM, Tremblay MS. The school food environment and adiposity in Canadian children. The Obesity Society Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2014.
  94. LeBlanc AG, Katzmarzyk PT, Chaput JP, Church T, Folgelholm M, Hu G, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Kuriyan R, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Tremblay MS. National representativeness of the International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (St. John’s, Canada), 2014.
  95. LeBlanc AG, Berry T, Deshpande S, Duggan M, Faulkner G, Latimer-Cheung A, O’Reilly N, Rhodes R, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Knowledge, awareness, and uptake of Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (St. John’s, Canada), 2014.
  96. LeBlanc AG, Borghese MM, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, Francis C, Chaput JP, Tremblay MS. Correlates of objectively measured sedentary time in Canadian school-aged children. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  97. LeBlanc AG, Bélanger P, Borghese MM, Leduc G, Boyer C, Francis C, Chaput JP, Tremblay MS. School lunch programs, breakfast consumption and parental income. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  98. Longmuir PE. Physical Activity in Pediatric Heart Disease: Time for a Paradigm Shift. American Heart Association Scientific Sessions (Chicago, USA), 2014.
  99. Longmuir PE. Decreasing risk of inactivity for children and youth with CHD. Society of Pediatric Cardiovascular Nurses Education Session (Chicago, USA), 2014.
  100. Longmuir PL, Boyer C, Tremblay MS. The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy – monitoring children’s capacity for physical activity. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  101. Longmuir PE, Corey M, Faulkner G, Russell JL, McCrindle BW. Children After Fontan have the Strength, Body Composition, and Daily Moderate-to-Vigorous Physical Activity Required for Successful Participation with Peers. American Heart Association Scientific Sessions (Chicago, USA), 2014.
  102. Longmuir PE, Patel B, Lai L, Goldfield G, Sananes R. Recognizing Psychosocial Distress in Pediatric Cardiology Clinic Patients. Cardiology 2014 (Orlando, USA), 2014.
  103. Luciani A, White L, Berry T, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung A, Rhodes R, Spence J, Tremblay M, Faulkner G. Sports Day in Canada: Examining Benefits for Community Organizations. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  104. Maras D, Murray M, Buchholz A, Henderson K, Obeid N, Flament M, Goldfield GS. Sedentary screen-based activities are independently associated with symptoms of depression and anxiety in a community sample of Ontario youth. The Global Summit on Physical Activity (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  105. McKillop A, Rosenthal S, Longmuir PE, Manlhiot C, Banks L, McCrindle BW. Physical activity among children with congenital heart disease is associated with family physical activity behaviour. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (Vancouver, Canada), 2014.
  106. McNeil J, Tremblay MS, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, LeBlanc AG, Borghese MM, Francis C, Chaput JP. Short sleep duration and later bedtime are associated with more time spent in sedentary activities and greater adiposity in a sample of Canadian children. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  107. Moretti F, Ferraro ZM, Roy-Lacroix ME, Fung-Kee-Fung K. Biometric assessment of the fetal cerebellum vermis in the second trimester using 3D ultrasonography. 24th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (Barcelona, Spain), 2014.
  108. Murray MA, Wilson A, Maras D, Hickey AJ, Goldfield GS. Computer-Mediated Social Networking Engagement and Restrained Eating among Undergraduate Students. Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior 22nd Annual Meeting (Seattle, USA), 2014.
  109. Murray MA, Goldfield GS. Computer-Mediated Social Networking, Withdrawal, and Emotional Eating among Undergraduate Students. American Psychological Conference (Washington, USA), August, 2014.
  110. Murray MA, Goldfield GS. Computer-Mediated Social Networking Engagement, Social Benefits, and Emotional Eating. 4th Annual Canadian Obesity Student Meeting (Waterloo, Canada), 2014.
  111. Muthuri SK, Wachira L-JM, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Socioeconomic Differences in Objectively Measured Overweight/Obesity and Physical Activity in Kenyan School Children: Results from ISCOLE-Kenya. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  112. Muthuri SK, Wachira L-JM, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Overweight/Obesity Transitions over Time in Sub-Saharan Africa’s School Children: Results from a Systematic Review. Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa Conference (Maputo, Mozambique), 2014.
  113. Odindo FO, Muthuri SK, Wachira LJM, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Assessment of health related physical fitness and motor skill ability of 9-11 year old school children in Nairobi County, Kenya. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  114. Page R, Ferraro ZM. Gastroschisis: Sonographic Predictors of Adverse Neonatal Outcome: Quasi-Systematic Review. Ottawa Hospital Research Institute – summer student research day (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  115. Patel B, Lai L, Goldfield G, Sananes R, Longmuir PE. Examining Psychosocial Distress in Paediatric Cardiology Patients. Canadian National Medical Student Research Symposium (Winnipeg, Canada), 2014.
  116. Patel B, Lai L, Goldfield G, Sananes R, Longmuir PE. Examining Psychosocial Distress in Paediatric Cardiology Patients. University of Ottawa Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Symposium (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  117. Patel B, Lai L, Goldfield G, Sananes R, Longmuir PE. Examining Psychosocial Distress in Paediatric Cardiology Patients. University of Ottawa Healthcare Symposium (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  118. Rajkumar A, Harper ME, Bolongo P, Adamo K, Rabasa-Lhoret R, Doucet E, Prud’homme D, Tesson F. ACSL5 genotype influences the response of overweight and obese women to weight loss intervention. Canadian Diabetes Association Annual Meeting (Winnipeg, Canada), 2014.
  119. Roy-Lacroix ME, Ferraro ZM, Greville J, Fung-Kee-Fung K. Ergonomic assessment of 2D vs. 3D ultrasound for obstetric imaging using validated Strain Index (SI) and Rapid Upper Limb Assessment (RULA) analyses. 24th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (Barcelona, Spain), 2014.
  120. Saunders TJ, Gray CE, Borghese M, McFarlane A, Mbonu A, Ferraro ZM, Tremblay MS. Validity of pedometer-derived moderate and vigorous physical activity during treadmill walking and running in a heterogeneous sample of children and youth. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  121. Schellenberg BJI, Gunnell KE, Mosewich AD, Baillis DS. Measurement invariance of the Passion Scale across three samples: An ESEM approach. North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (Minneapolis, USA), 2014.
  122. Shewring T, Farmer A, Ball G, Carson V, Lafave L, Tyminski S. Policy, Educators, and Parents: Perceptions and Influence of Healthy Eating-Active Living Environments (HEALE) for Preschool Children in Child Care Centres. 4th Canadian Obesity Student Meeting (Waterloo, Canada), 2014.
  123. Stephens S, Beyene J, Pullenayegum E, Faulkner G, Tremblay MS, Feldman BM. Identifying Imputation Strategies for Dealing with Missing Accelerometer Data: A Systematic Review. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  124. Stephens S, Takken T, Esliger DW, Tremblay MS, Schneiderman JE, Pullenayegum E, Beyene J, Biggar D, Longmuir PE, McCrindle B, Abad A, Ignas DM, van der Net J, Feldman BM. Validation of Accelerometer Prediction Equations in Children with Chronic Disease. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  125. Thivel D, Chaput JP, Adamo K, Goldfield G. Is energy intake modified by a 10-week aerobic exercise training in obese adolescents? 3rd Wingate Institute Congress for Exercise and Sport Sciences (Netanya, Israel), 2014.
  126. Tremblay MS. Understanding the Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for Adults. Invited presentation at the Conference Board of Canada’s Meeting for the Council on Workplace Health and Wellness (Calgary, Canada), 2014.
  127. Tremblay MS. Prevention for better health: Making movement a movement. Invited presentation at the CIHR Innovating Child and Family Health Conference (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.
  128. Tremblay MS. What the evidence says. Invited keynote address at the Thunder Bay and District Healthy Kids Strategy Community Development Forum (Thunder Bay, Canada), 2014.
  129. Tremblay MS. Making movement a movement: A contemporary imperative. Invited keynote address at the III Encontro Brazil Canada and I Congresso International de Tratamento da Obesidade (Maringa, Brazil), 2014.
  130. Tremblay MS. Active video gaming: Friend or foe? Invited keynote addresst the III Encontro Brazil Canada and I Congresso International de Tratamento da Obesidade (Maringa, Brazil), 2014.
  131. Tremblay MS. Lessons learned from around the world for promoting healthy active living: What, when, where and how? Invited workshop at the III Encontro Brazil Canada and I Congresso International de Tratamento da Obesidade (Maringa, Brazil), 2014.
  132. Tremblay MS. The International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment (ISCOLE): Design and Global Impact. Symposium presentation at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (St. John’s, Canada), 2014.
  133. Tremblay MS. Healthy Active Living in Canada. Conference Board of Canada Briefing Release at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (St. John’s, Canada), 2014.
  134. Tremblay MS, Boyer C, Muthuri SK, Wachira L-J, Onywera VO, Longmuir PE, Okinda F, Leduc G, Chaput JP. Comparison of child physical literacy scores between Canada and Kenya. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (St. John’s, Canada), 2014.
  135. Tremblay MS. A comparison of childhood physical activity across 15 countries. Invited presentation at the JOINDAF Conference (Maputo, Mozambique), 2014.
  136. Tremblay MS. Active Healthy Kids Kenya and the KIDS-CAN Alliance: What Africa can teach the world. Invited presentation at the 25th Congress of the Nutrition Society of South Africa and 13th Congress of the Association for Dietetics in South Africa (Johannesburg, South Africa), 2014.
  137. Tremblay MS. Is sitting around killing us? Invited keynote address at the 64th Annual American Society of Bariatric Medicine Conference (Austin, USA), 2014.
  138. Tremblay MS. Unveiling the Global Matrix: A comparison of childhood physical activity across 15 countries. Invited opening keynote presentation at the Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  139. Tremblay MS. Active Video Gaming: Foe. Invited debate presentation at the Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  140. Tremblay MS, Barnes J, Cowie Bonne J. The Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on the Physical Activity of Children and Youth: Results and learnings from 10 years of powering the movement to get kids moving. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  141. Tremblay MS. Childhood Obesity Prevention and Management: Insights from Canada. Invited keynote presentation at the 1st Jalisco International Childhood Obesity Forum (Guadalajara, Mexico), 2014.
  142. Tremblay MS. Powering the Movement to get Kids Moving – 10 years of experience from the Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card. International Congress on Obesity (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), 2014.
  143. Tremblay MS, Ball G, Chanoine J-P, Lambert M, Buchholz A, Feng B, Morrison KM. Baseline Measures of Participants in the Canadian Pediatric Weight Management Registry (CANPWR) Pilot Study. International Congress on Obesity (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), 2014.
  144. Tremblay MS. Connecting Canadians with Nature through Parks: A health promotion perspective. Invited presentation to the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Ministers Responsible for Parks and organized by the Canadian Parks Council (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  145. Tremblay MS. Stand Up for Healthy Active Living: New Perspectives on the Perils of Sedentary Behaviours. Invited keynote presentation at the 44th Annual Human Health and Nutritional Sciences Symposium (Guelph, Canada), 2014.
  146. Uys M, Grobler MN, Naidoo N, Tremblay MS, Lambert E. Validation of key components of the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL) in 10 year-old South African children. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  147. Wachira L-J, Muthuri S, Tremblay MS, Onywera VO. Association between BMI and Percent Body Fat Status and Screen-Based Sedentary Activity of Kenyan Urban School Children: Results from ISCOLE-Kenya. Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children (Toronto, Canada), 2014.
  148. Wachira LJM, Muthuri SK, Tremblay MS, Onywera VO. School Related Opportunities for Physical Activity in Kenyan Urban Schools: Results from ISCOLE-Kenya. Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa Conference (Maputo, Mozambique), 2014.
  149. Wagner M, Carson V, Leatherdale ST. COMPASS study: A program of research designed to improve youth health through school-based programs, policies and built environment resources. Shaping the Future Conference (Kananaskis, Canada), 2014.
  150. Wilson PM, Mack DE, Gunnell KE. Reliability generalization and the measurement of psychological need satisfaction experienced when exercising: The tale of two instruments. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (London, Canada), 2014.
  151. Wilson PM, Mack DE, Gunnell KE, Deck S, Pope JP. On the nature and function of scoring protocols used in sport motivation research: An empirical study of the behavioral regulation in sport questionnaire. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology, (London, Canada), 2014.
  152. Wing E, Gunnell KE, Brunet J, Bélanger M. Perceived barriers to physical activity as correlates of physical activity participation among youth. North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (Minneapolis, United States), 2014.
  153. Xiong C, Pohl D, Alpous A, Longmuir PE. Physical Activity Counselling in Children and Adolescents with Chronic Headaches. University of Ottawa Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Symposium (Ottawa, Canada), 2014.

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