HALO researchers and students, including Salomé Aubert, Silvia Gonzalez, Michelle Guerrero, Joel Barnes, Evan Turner and Mark Tremblay delivered multiple symposia, oral and poster presentations at the 18th Annual Scientific Conference of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity held in Prague, Czech Republic June 4-7, 2019.
Presentations involving HALO researchers included (HALO researchers in bold):
- Guerrero MD, Gucciardi DF, Law B, Quested E, Thogersen-Ntoumani C, Ntoumanis N, Jackson B. Using latent change score approach to understand longitudinal relations between psychological distress and moderate-to-vigorous physical activity.
- Guerrero MD, Carson S, Forse M, Turner E, Tremblay MS. A comparison between preschoolers attending Forest and Nature School and traditional centre-based childcare.
- Turner E, Carson S, Guerrero M, Forse M, Tremblay MS. SUNRISE International Surveillance Study of Movement Behaviours in the Early Years: Preliminary 24-hour movement behaviour results from the Canadian pilot.
- Carson SJ, Forse ML, Barbeau KC, Tremblay MS. Family factors and 24-hour movement behaviours: A scoping review of the evidence.
- Trudeau F, Blanchette S, Faulkner G, Leduc G, Riazi NA, Tremblay MS, Larouche R. Influence of weather conditions and season on children’s active school transportation and physical activity in three diverse regions of Canada.
- Blanchette S, Trudeau F, Faulkner G, Leduc G, Riazi NA, Tremblay MS, Larouche R. Are school environments, policies and practices associated with children’s physical activity and active transport?
- Gonzalez SA, Aubert S, Barnes JD, Forse M, Larouche R, Tremblay MS. Active transportation among children and youth: a 49-country comparison.
- Delisle Nyström C, Barnes JD, Blanchette S, Faulkner G, Leduc G, Riazi NA, Tremblay MS, Trudeau F, Larouche R. Relationships between area-level socioeconomic status and urbanization with active transportation, independent mobility, outdoor time, and physical activity among Canadian children.
- Aubert S, Barnes JD, Forse M, Katzmarzyk PT, Tremblay MS on behalf of the Global Matrix 3.0 Group. Prevalence of children and youth meeting sedentary behaviour guidelines: a 49-country comparison.
- Barnes JD, Saunders TJ, Tremblay MS. Sedentary Behaviour Research Network (SBRN): Achievements and membership satisfaction, 2012-2018.
- Barnes JD, Aubert S, Vanderloo L, Tremblay MS. Canada’s 2018 Report Card on Physical Activity of Children and Youth: Leading or Lagging in Comparison to the Global Matrix 3.0 Findings?
- Manyanga T, Barnes JD, Katzmarzyk PT, Prista A, Tremblay MS. Weight status and self-reported physical activity among primary school children differ among cities and rural versus urban areas.
- Tremblay MS, Sturdy J. Screen Time vs Green Time: The Health Impacts of Too Much Screen Time.
- Tremblay MS, Aubert S, Barnes JD, Forse M, Gonzalez SA, Manyanga T. on behalf of the Global Matrix 3.0 group. Prevalence of children and youth meeting physical activity guidelines: a 49-country comparison.
- Manyanga T, Aubert S, Gonzalez SA, Lee EY, Reilly JJ, Tremblay MS. Highlights of Report Card Grades from six African Countries that participated in the Global Matrix 3.0.
- Gonzalez SA, Aubert S, Lee EY, Manyanga T, Reilly, JJ, Tremblay MS. Highlights of Report Card grades from Latin-American countries that participated in the Global Matrix 3.0.
- Lee EY, Aubert S, Gonzalez SA, Manyanga T. Reilly JJ, Tremblay MS. Highlights of Report Card grades from 12 Asian countries that participated in the Global Matrix 3.0.
A gallery of photos from the conference are available below: