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 2017.

Number of peer-reviewed, refereed publications by HALO Research Group from 2006 to 2017 there was a 967% increase in the number of publications. Between 2016 and 2017, there was a 24% decrease.

  1. Adamo KB, Wilson S, Harvey AL, Grattan KP, Naylor PJ, Temple VA, Goldfield GS. Medicine and Science in Sports & Exercise 49(1):219-220, 2017.
  2. Adamo KB, Wasenius NS, Grattan KP, Harvey ALJ, Naylor PJ, Barrowman NJ, Goldfield GS. Effects of a preschool intervention on physical activity and body composition. Journal of Pediatrics 188:42-49.e2, 2017.
  3. Alberga AS, Prud’homme D, Sigal RJ, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Gougeon R, Phillips P, Malcolm J, Wells GA, Doucette S, Ma J, Kenny GP. Does exercise training affect resting metabolic rate in adolescents with obesity. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 42(1):15-22, 2017.
  4. Anderson LN, Ball GDC, Birken CS, Buchholz A, Carlsey S, Chanoine J-P, Clairman H, Dettmer E, Forhan M, Gehring ND, Hadjiyannakis S, Hamilton J, Hanning R, Haines J, Ho J, Holt NL, Kim THM, Legault L, Luca P, Maguire JL, Maximova K, McPherson AC, Morrison KM, Masse LC, Parkin PC, Perez A, Sprague AE, Toulany A, Tremblay MS, Tu K. The team to Address Bariatric Care in Canadian Children (Team ABC3): Team Grant Study Protocol. BMC Research Notes 10:301, 2017.
  5. Aubert SAn overview of scientific-based knowledge on sedentary behaviour among the pediatric population – A conceptual model development. Interdisciplinary Journal of Health Sciences 7(1):1-13, 2017.
  6. Aucouturier J, Ganière C, Aubert S, Riviere F, Praznoczy C, Vuillemin A, Tremblay MS, Duclos M, Thivel D. Results from the first French Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Adolescents. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 14:660 -663, 2017.
  7. Banks L, Rosenthal S, Manlhiot C, Fan C-PS, McKillop A, Longmuir PE, McCrindle BW. Exercise capacity and self-efficacy are associated with moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity in children with congenital heart disease. Pediatric Cardiology 38:1206-1214, 2017.
  8. Bentley RF, Walsh JJ, Drouin PJ, et al. Dietary nitrate restores compensatory vasodilation and exercise capacity in response to a compromise in oxygen delivery in the noncompensator phenotype. Journal of Applied Physiology. 123(3):594-605, 2017.
  9. Borghese MM, Tremblay MS, LeBlanc AG, Leduc G, Boyer C, Chaput JP. Comparison of ActiGraph GT3X+ and Actical accelerometer data in 9-11-year-old Canadian children. Journal of Sports Sciences 35(6): 517-524, 2017.
  10. Cameron JD, Chaput JP, Sjödin AM, Goldfield GS. Brain on fire: Incentive salience, hedonic hot spots, dopamine, obesity, and other hunger games. Annual Review of Nutrition 37: 183-205, 2017.
  11. Carson V, Lee E-Y, Hewitt L, Jennings C, Hunter S, Kuzik N, Stearns JA, Powley Unrau S, Poitras VJ, Gray C, Adamo KB, Janssen I, Okely AD, Spence JC, Timmons BW, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of the relationships between physical activity and health indicators in the early years (aged 0 to 4 years). BMC Public Health 17(Suppl 5):854:33-63, 2017.
  12. Carson V, Chaput JP, Janssen I, Tremblay MS. Health associations with meeting new 24-hour movement guidelines for Canadian children and youth. Preventive Medicine 95: 7-13, 2017.
  13. Carson V, Tremblay MS, Chastin SFM. Cross-sectional associations between sleep duration, sedentary time, physical activity and adiposity indicators among Canadian preschool children using compositional analyses. BMC Public Health 17(Suppl 5):848:123-131, 2017.
  14. Carson V, Barnes J, LeBlanc CMA, Moreau E, Tremblay MS. Increasing Canadian Paediatricians’ awareness and use of the new Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for ages 0-17 years. Paediatrics and Child Health 22:17-22, 2017.
  15. Chaput JP, Colley RC, Aubert S, Carson V, Janssen I, Roberts KC, Tremblay MS. Proportion of preschool-aged children meeting the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines and associations with adiposity: results from the Canadian Health Measures Survey. BMC Public Health 17(Suppl 5):829:147-154, 2017.
  16. Chaput JP, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Carson V, Gruber R, Birken CS, MacLean JE, Aubert S, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of the relationships between sleep duration and health indicators in the early years (0-4 years). BMC Public Health 17(Suppl 5):855:91-107, 2017.
  17. Chaput JP, Katzmarzyk PT, Barnes JD, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Tremblay MS for the ISCOLE Research Group. Mid-upper arm circumference as a screening tool for identifying children with obesity: a 12-country study. Pediatric Obesity 12: 439-445, 2017.
  18. Chaput JP, Wong SL, Michaud I. Duration and quality of sleep among Canadians aged 18 to 79. Health Reports 28: 28-33, 2017.
  19. Chaput JP. Screen time associated with adolescent obesity and obesity risk factors. Journal of Pediatrics 186: 209-212, 2017.
  20. Chaput JP, LeBlanc AG. Pokémon GO: snake oil or miracle cure for physical inactivity? Annals of Translational Medicine 5 (Suppl. 1): S3, 2017.
  21. Chaput JP, Saunders TJ, Carson V. Interactions between sleep, movement and other non-movement behaviours in the pathogenesis of childhood obesity. Obesity Reviews 18 (Suppl. 1): 7-14, 2017.
  22. Colley RC, Carson V, Garriguet D, Janssen I, Roberts KC, Tremblay MS. Physical activity of Canadian children and youth, 2007 to 2015. Health Reports 28(10):8-16, 2017.
  23. Dutil C, Chaput JP. Inadequate sleep as a contributor to type 2 diabetes in children and adolescents. Nutrition and Diabetes 7: e266, 2017.
  24. Dumuid D, Olds T, Lewis LK, Martin-Fernandez JA, Katzmarzyk PT, Barreira T, Broyles ST, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maia J, Matsudo V, Onywera VO, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Gillison F, Maher C; International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment (ISCOLE) research group. Health-related quality of life and lifestyle behavior clusters in school-aged children from 12 countries. Journal of Pediatrics 183: 178-183, 2017.
  25. Goldfield GS, Kenny GP, Alberga AS, Tulloch HE, Doucette S, Cameron JD, Sigal RJ. Effects of aerobic or resistance training or both on health-related quality of life in youth with obesity: the HEARTY Trial. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 42(4):361-370, 2017.
  26. Gomes TN, Katzmarzyk PT, Hedeker D, Fogelholm M, Standage M, Onywera V, Lambert EV, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP, Tudor-Locke C, Sarmiento OL, Matsudo V, Kurpad A, Kuriyan R, Zhao P, Hu G, Olds T, Maher C, Maia JA. Correlates of compliance with recommended levels of physical activity in children. Scientific Reports 7: 16507, 2017.
  27. Guérin E, Goldfield GS, Prud’homme D. Trajectories of mood and stress and relationships with protective factors during the transition to menopause: results using latent class growth modeling in a Canadian cohort. Archives of Womens Mental Health 20(6):733-745, 2017.
  28. Gunnell KE, Mosewich AD, McEwen CE, Eklund RC & Crocker PRE. Don’t be so hard on yourself! Changes in self-compassion during the first year of university are associated with changes in well-being. Personality and Individual Differences 107, 43-48, 2017.
  29. Kanagasabai T, Chaput JP. Sleep duration and the associated cardiometabolic risk scores in adults. Sleep Health 3: 195-203, 2017.
  30. Kuzik N, Poitras V, Tremblay MS, Lee EY, Hunter S, Carson V. Systematic review of combinations of movement behaviors and health in the early years (aged 0 to 4 years). BMC Public Health 17(Suppl 5):849:109-122, 2017.
  31. Larouche R, Eryuzlu S, Livock H, Leduc G, Faulkner G, Trudeau F, Tremblay MS. Test-retest reliability and convergent validity of measures of children’s travel behaviours and independent mobility. Journal of Transport and Health 6:105-118, 2017.
  32. LeBlanc AG, Gunnell KE, Prince SA, Saunders TJ, Barnes JD, Chaput JP. The ubiquity of the screen: an overview of the risks and benefits of screen time in our modern world. Translational Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine 2: 104-113, 2017.
  33. LeBlanc AG, Chaput JP. Pokémon Go: A game changer for the physical inactivity crisis? Preventive Medicine 101: 235-237, 2017.
  34. Lee EY, Hesketh KD, Hunter S, Kuzik N, Rhodes RE, Rinaldi CM, Spence JC, Carson V. Meeting new Canadian 24-hour Movement Behavior Guidelines for the Early Years and associations with adiposity among toddlers living in Edmonton, Canada. BMC Public Health 17(5):840, 2017.
  35. Longmuir PE, Boyer C, Lloyd M, Borghese MM, Knight E, Saunders TJ, Boiarskaia E, Zhu W, Tremblay MS. Canadian Agility and Movement Skill Assessment (CAMSA): Validity, objectivity, and reliability evidence for children 8-12 years of age. Journal of Sport and Health Science 6:231-240, 2017.
  36. Luciani A, White L, Berry TR, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung AE, O’Reilly N, Spence JC, Rhodes RE, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G. Sports Day in Canada: Examining the benefits for event organizers (2010-2013). International Journal of Health Promotion and Education 55(2):66-80, 2017.
  37. Mack DE, Gunnell KE, Wilson PM & Wierts C. Well-Being in Group-Based Exercise Classes: Do psychological need fulfillment and perceived interpersonal supports matter? Applied Research in Quality of Life 12, 89-102, 2017.
  38. Manyanga T, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP, Katzmarzyk PT, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Mikkila V, Broyles ST and for the ISCOLE Research Group. Socioeconomic status and dietary patterns in children from around the world: different associations by levels of country human development? BMC Public Health 17: 457, 2017.
  39. McNeil, J, Lamothe G, Cameron JD, Riou MÈ, Cadieux S, Lafrenière J, Goldfield GS, Willbond S, Prud’homme D, Doucet É. Investigating predictors of eating: is resting metabolic rate really the strongest proxy of energy intake? American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 106(5):1206-1212, 2017.
  40. Natacha Gomes T, Katzmarzyk PT, Hedeker D, Fogelholm M, Standage M, Onywera V, Lambert EV, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP, Tudor-Locke C, Sarmiento O, Matsudo V, Kurpard A, Kuriyan R, Zhao P, Hu G, Olds T, Maher C, Maia J. Correlates of compliance with recommended levels of physical activity in children. Scientific Reports 7:16507:1-11, 2017.
  41. Obregón AM, Oyarce K, Santos JL, Valladares M, Goldfield GS. Association of the melanocortin 4 receptor gene rs17782313 polymorphism with rewarding value of food and eating behavior in Chilean children. J Physiology & Biochemistry 73(1):29-35, 2017.
  42. Obregón AM, Valladares M, Goldfield GS. Association of the dopamine D2 receptor rs1800497 polymorphism and eating behavior in Chilean children. Nutrition 35:139-145, 2017.
  43. Okely AD, Ghersi D, Hesketh KD, Santos R, Loughran SP, Cliff DP, Shilton T, Grant D, Jones RA, Stanley RM, Sherring J, Hinkley T, Trost SG, McHugh C, Eckermann S, Thorpe K, Waters K, Olds TS, Mackey T, Livingstone R, Christian H, Carr H, Verrender A, Pereira JR, Zhang Z, Downing KL, Tremblay MS. A collaborative approach to adopting/adapting guidelines – The Australian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (Birth to 5 years): An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. BMC Public Health 17(Suppl 5):869:167-190, 2017.
  44. Oyeyemi AL, Conway TL, Adedoyin RA, Akinroye KK, Aryeetey R, Assah F, Cain KL, Gavand KA, Kasoma SS, Kolbe-Alexander TL, Lambert EV, Larouche R, Moss SJ, Ocansey R, Onywera VO, Prista A, Tremblay MS, Sallis JF. Construct validity of the neighborhood environment walkability scale for Africa. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 49(3):482-491, 2017.
  45. Patel BJ, Lai L, Goldfield GS, Sananes R, Longmuir PE. Psychosocial health and quality of life among children with cardiac diagnoses: agreement and discrepancies between parent and child reports. Cardiology and the Young 27(4):713-721, 2017.
  46. Poitras, VJ, Gray, CE, Janssen X, Aubert S, Carson V, Faulkner G, Goldfield GS, Reilly JJ, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of the relationships between sedentary behavior and health indicators in the early years (0-4 years). BMC Public Health 17(Suppl 5):868:65-89, 2017.
  47. Prince SA, Reed JL,, McFetridge C, Tremblay MS, Reid RD. Correlates of sedentary behaviour in adults: A systematic review. Obesity Reviews 18(8):915-935, 2017.
  48. Qiao Y, Zhang T, Liu H, Katzmarzyk PT, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Johnson WD, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia JA, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Hu G; for the ISCOLE Research Group. Joint association of birth weight and physical activity/sedentary behavior with obesity in children ages 9-11 years from 12 countries. Obesity 25: 1091-1097, 2017.
  49. Riazi N, Ramanathan S, O’Neill M, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (0-4 years): Exploring the perceptions of stakeholders and end users regarding their acceptability, barriers to uptake, and dissemination. BMC Public Health 17(Suppl 5):841:133-145, 2017.
  50. Rioux BV, Kuwornu P, Sharma A, Tremblay MS, McGavock JM, Sénéchal M. Association between handgrip muscle strength and cardio-metabolic z-score in children 6 to 19 years of age: results from the Canadian Health Measure Survey. Metabolic Syndrome and Related Disorders 15(7):1-6, 2017.
  51. Roberts KC, Xiaoquan Y, Carson V, Chaput JP, Janssen I, Tremblay MS. Meeting the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth. Health Reports 28(10): 3-7, 2017.
  52. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Chaput JP. Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages and energy drinks and adherence to physical activity and screen time recommendations among adolescents. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 29: 20150098, 2017.
  53. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Katzmarzyk PT, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Maher C, Maia J, Olds T, Sarmiento OL, Tudor-Locke C, Chaput JP. Associations between meeting combinations of 24-h movement guidelines and health-related quality of life in children from 12 countries. Public Health 153: 16-24, 2017.
  54. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Hamilton HA, Willmore J, Chaput JP. Perceptions and attitudes about body weight and adherence to the physical activity recommendation among adolescents: the moderating role of body mass index. Public Health 146: 75-83, 2017.
  55. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Chaput JP. Associations among self-perceived work and life stress, trouble sleeping, physical activity, and body weight among Canadian adults. Preventive Medicine 96: 16-20, 2017.
  56. Schibli, K., D’Angiulli, A., Thomson, T. Parents’ perspectives on involving young children in neuroimaging studies. Journal of Social Science & Allied Health Professions 1(1): e12-e19, 2017.
  57. Schibli, K., Wong, K., Hedayati, N., D’Angiulli, A. Attending, learning, and socioeconomic disadvantage: Developmental cognitive and social neuroscience of resilience and vulnerability. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1396: 19-38, 2017.
  58. Sullivan SM, Broyles ST, Barreira TV, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Katzmarzyk PT; for the ISCOLE Research Group. Associations of neighborhood social environment attributes and physical activity among 9-11 year old children from 12 countries. Health & Place 46: 183-191, 2017.
  59. Tomkinson GR, Lang JJ, Tremblay MS, Dale M, LeBlanc AG, Belanger K, Ortega FB, Leger L. International normative 20 m shuttle run values from 1,142,026 children and youth representing 50 countries. British Journal of Sports Medicine 51:1545-1554, 2017.
  60. Tremblay MS, Chaput JP, Adamo KB, Aubert S, Barnes JD, Choquette L, Duggan M, Faulkner G, Goldfield GS, Gray CE, Gruber R, Janson K, Janssen I, Janssen X, Jaramillo Garcia A, Kuzik N, LeBlanc C, MacLean J, Okely AD, Poitras VJ, Rayner ME, Reilly JJ, Sampson M, Spence JC, Timmons BW, Carson V. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (0-4 years): An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. BMC Public Health 17(Suppl 5):874:1-32, 2017.
  61. Tremblay MS, Aubert S, Barnes JD, Saunders TJ, Carson V, Latimer-Cheung AE, Chastin SFM, Altenburg TM, Chinapaw MJM, Aminian S, Arundell L, Atkin AJ, Barone Gibbs B, Bassett-Gunter R, Belanger K,  Biddle S, Biswas A, Chaput JP, Chau J, Colley R,  Coppinger T, Craven C, Cristi-Montero C, de Assis Teles Santos D, del Pozo Cruz B, del Pozo-Cruz J, Dempsey P, Ekelund U, Ellingson L, Ezeugwu V, Fitzsimons C, Florez-Pregonero A, Friel CP, Fröberg A, Giangregorio L, Godin L, Gonçalves RF, Gunnell K, Halloway S, Hinkley T, Hnatiuk J, Husu P, Kadir M, Karagounis LG, Koster A, Lakerveld J, Lamb M, Larouche R, LeBlanc AG, Lee EY, Lee P, Lopes L, Manns T, Manyanga T, Martin Ginis K, McVeigh J, Meneguci J, Moreira C, Murtagh E, Patterson F, Pereira da Silva DR, Pesola AJ, Peterson N, Pettitt C, Pilutti L, Pinto Pereira S, Poitras V, Prince S, Rathod A, Rivière F, Rosenkranz S, Routhier F, Santos R, Smith B, Theou O, Tomasone J, Tucker P, Umstattd Meyer R, van der Ploeg H,  Villalobos T, Viren T, Wallmann-Sperlich B, Wijndaele K, Wondergem R. Sedentary Behavior Research Network (SBRN) – Terminology Consensus Project Process and Outcome. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 14: 75, 2017.
  62. Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE. Conceptual critique of Canada’s physical literacy assessment instruments also misses the mark. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science 21(3):174-176, 2017.
  63. Walsh JJ, Bentley RF, Gurd BJ, Tschakovsky ME. Short-duration maximal and long-duration submaximal effort forearm exercise achieve elevations in serum brain-derived neurotrophic factor. Frontiers in Physiology 8(OCT):1-10, 2017.
  64. Wasenius NS, Grattan KP, Harvey ALJ, Barrowman N, Goldfield GS, Adamo KB. Maternal gestational weight gain and objectively measured physical activity among offspring. PLoS One 29;12(6):e0180249, 2017.

Non Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Chaput JP, Bornais J. Lack of sleep and its effect on diabetes and cardiovascular health: is sleep deprivation the missing link for your patients? The Diabetes Communicator, Winter 2017, pp. 23-25.

Book Chapters

  1. LeBlanc C, Tremblay MS. Physical activity. In: McInerney TK, Adam HM, Campbell DE, DeWitt TG, Fox JM, Kamat DM (Eds.) American Academy of Pediatrics: Textbook of Pediatric Care (2nd Edition). Elk Grove Village, II: American Academy of Pediatrics. p. 277-281, 2017.

Conferences and Invited Presentations

Number of scholarly presentations by HALO Research Group from 2006 to 2017. Between 2006 and 2017, there was a 2600% increase in in the number of scholarly presentations; between 2016 and 2017, there was a 4% decrease.

  1. Abi Nader P, Gaudet J, Brunet J, Gunnell K E, Bélanger M. Physical activity enjoyment motives explain adolescent moderate-to-vigorous physical activity trends. 9th New-Brunswick Health Research Conference (Moncton, Canada), 2017.
  2. Alpous A, Lougheed J, Longmuir PE. Muscular endurance and agility limit the physical activity capacity of children with congenital heart defects compared to Canadian schoolchildren. World Congress of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery (Barcelona, Spain), 2017.
  3. Aubert S, Barnes J, Forse M, Schranz N, Vanderloo L, Gonzalez S, Ocansey R, Areekul K, Reilly J, Kalinowski J, Katzmarzyk P, Tremblay M. Evidence of Impact of Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance Report Cards. Canadian Global Health Student and Young Professional Summit (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  4. Aubert S, Barnes J, Altenburg T, Carson V, Latimer A, Saunders T, Chastin S, Chinapaw M, Tremblay M. SBRN terminology consensus project: methods and survey results. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2017.
  5. Bastell KM, Goldfield GS, Santana MJ, Kenny GP, Hadjiyannakis S, Malcolm J, Donovan LE, Doucette S, Tulloch HE, Sigal RJ. The effects of aerobic, resistance and combined training on health-related quality of life (HRQOL) in previously sedentary people with type 1 diabetes: the T1-DARE trial. Can J Diabetes 2017 Oct; 41(5) Suppl., S10. Diabetes Canada Annual Scientific Sessions (Edmonton, Candada), 2017.
  6. Bastell KM, Goldfield GS, Santana MJ, Kenny GP, Hadjiyannakis S, Malcolm J, Perkins BA, Riddell MC, Donovan LE, Doucette S, Tulloch HE, Sigal RJ. The effects of resistance training on health-related quality of life (HRQOL) in already-aerobically-active people with type 1 diabetes: the READI trial. Can J Diabetes 2017 Oct; 41(5) Suppl:S64. Diabetes Canada Annual Scientific Sessions (Edmonton, Canada), 2017.
  7. Belanger K, Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE, Barnes J, Sheehan D, Copeland JL, Woodruff SJ, Bruner B, Law B, Martin LJ, Kolen AM, Stone M, Anderson K, Lane KN, Hall N, Gregg M, Saunders TJ, MacDonald D, Trudeau F, Dugas C. Anthropometric measures are associated with Canadian Agility and Movement Skill Assessment scores. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Denver, USA), 2017.
  8. Blais AA, Longmuir PE, Lougheed J. Pedometer accuracy for measuring physical activity behaviour decreases with age among paediatric cardiology patients. World Congress of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery (Barcelona, Spain), 2017.
  9. Carson V, Lee E-Y, Hewitt L, Jennings C, Hunter S, Kuzik N, Stearns JA, Powley Unrau S, Poitras VJ, Adamo K, Janssen I, Okely AD, Spence JC, Timmons BW, Jaramillo A, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of the relationships between physical activity and health indicators in the early years (aged 0 to 4 years). International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2017.
  10. Carson V, Tremblay MS, Chastin SFM. Associations between sleep duration, sedentary time, physical activity and adiposity indicators among Canadian preschool children using compositional analyses. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2017.
  11. Chaput JP, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Carson V, Gruber R, Birken CS, MacLean JE, Aubert S, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of the relationships between sleep duration and health indicators in children aged 0-4 years. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Winnipeg, Canada), 2017.
  12. Chaput JP. Directives canadiennes en matière de mouvement sur 24 heures pour les enfants de 0 à 4 ans: une approche intégrée regroupant l’activité physique, le comportement sédentaire et le sommeil. Best Start Resource Centre and Physical Activity Resource Centre (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  13. Chaput JP. Être sédentaire et actif, est-ce possible? Journées annuelles de santé publique (Quebec City, Canada), 2017.
  14. Chaput JP. Sédentarité chez les jeunes: un défi de taille pour la santé publique. Journées annuelles de santé publique (Quebec City, Canada), 2017.
  15. Chaput JP. Interconnections among sleep, sedentary behaviour, physical activity and health. Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  16. Chaput JP. The creeping sleepidemic: interactions among sleep, sedentary behaviour, physical activity and overall health. School of Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  17. Chaput JP. Inadequate sleep as a contributor to obesity and type 2 diabetes in children. Pediatric Sleep Day, Toronto Western Hospital (Toronto, Canada), 2017.
  18. Chaput JP. Widespread misconceptions about obesity. Weight Management Interest Group, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  19. Chaput JP. The creeping sleepidemic: interactions among sleep, sedentary behaviour, physical activity and overall health. University of Ontario Institute of Technology (Oshawa, Canada), 2017.
  20. Chaput JP. Interactions among sleep, sedentary behaviour, physical activity and overall health. Summer Epidemiology Program, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  21. Chaput JP. Interactions among sleep, sedentary behaviour, physical activity and overall health. Public Health Ontario Grand Rounds (Toronto, Canada), 2017.
  22. Chaput JP. The creeping sleepidemic: interactions among sleep, sedentary behaviour, physical activity and obesity. University of Copenhagen’s Annual Conference on Lifestyle, Obesity, and Metabolic Research (Copenhagen, Denmark), 2017.
  23. Chaput JP. Widespread misconceptions about obesity. University of Copenhagen’s Annual Conference on Lifestyle, Obesity, and Metabolic Research (Copenhagen, Denmark), 2017.
  24. Chaput JP. Future of research on obesity prevention and management. University of Copenhagen’s Annual Conference on Lifestyle, Obesity, and Metabolic Research (Copenhagen, Denmark), 2017.
  25. Chaput JP. Interactions among sleep, sedentary behaviour, physical activity and obesity. Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports, University of Copenhagen (Copenhagen, Denmark), 2017.
  26. Chaput JP. Sleep and the public health epidemic of obesity. American Thoracic Society International Conference (Washington, DC, USA), 2017.
  27. Chaput JP. Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages and energy drinks and adherence to physical activity and screen time recommendations among adolescents. European Congress on Obesity (Porto, Portugal), 2017.
  28. Chaput JP. Importance of a good night’s sleep for the prevention and treatment of obesity. 5th Canadian Obesity Summit (Banff, Canada), 2017.
  29. Chaput JP. A whole day approach to obesity prevention. 5th Canadian Obesity Summit (Banff, Canada), 2017.
  30. Chaput JP. The whole day matters for health and wellness! Student Well-Being and Mental Health Symposium, Glashan Public School (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  31. Chaput JP. How to write a good scientific paper. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  32. Chaput JP. Sit less, move more, be healthier! Roland Michener Public School (Kanata, Canada), 2017.
  33. Chaput JP. Importance of sleep for health and interactions with other lifestyle behaviours. Northern Physical Activity Network Workshop in partnership with the Physical Activity Resource Centre (PARC) and the Ontario Physical and Health Education Association (Ophea) (Sudbury, Canada), 2017.
  34. Chaput JP. Interactions between movement, sleep and other non-movement behaviours in the pathogenesis of childhood obesity. School of Exercise and Nutrition Science, Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane, Australia), 2017.
  35. Chaput JP. Interactions between sleep, sedentary behaviour, physical activity, and adiposity in children. Independent Health and Medical Research Institute, University of Wollongong (Wollongong, Australia), 2017.
  36. Chaput JP. Importance of sleep for mental and physical health. Emerging Issues Forum by the Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Branch, Public Health Agency of Canada (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  37. Colley RC, Carson V, Garriguet D, Janssen I, Roberts KC, Tremblay MS. All days, most days or an average: Operationalizing the current physical activity recommendation for children and youth. 5th International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement (ICAMPAM) (Bethesda, USA), 2017.
  38. Faulkner G, Ramanathan S, Plotnikoff R, Berry T, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung AE, Rhodes RE, Tremblay MS, Spence J. ParticipACTION after 5 years of re-launch: A quantitative survey of Canadian organizational awareness and capacity. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2017.
  39. Jaeger-Hintze L, Seguin RP, Damphouse A, Goldfield GS, Doucet E. “Resting Metabolic Rate and Appetite sensations are not affected by different the degree of caloric restriction: Preliminary data. 5th Canadian Obesity Summit (Banff, Canada), 2017.
  40. Goldfield GS, Cameron, JD, Barnes J, Doucet, E. Fried P, Adamo KB, Tremblay MS, Walker M, Tirelli A, Hafizi K,  Murray M.  Effects of prenatal exposure to cigarette smoke on adiposity, physical activity patterns, and resting energy expenditure in young children. 24th European Congress of Obesity (ECO) (Porto, Portugal), 2017.
  41. Gray C, Babcock S, Tremblay MS. Impact of the Canadian Position Statement on Active Outdoor Play. International Play Association Conference (Calgary, Canada), September, 2017.
  42. Gunnell KE. Examining the links between exercise, sedentary time, screen time, and psychosocial indicators of health in children and youth. Sport and Exercise Section Featured Speaker at the Annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association (Toronto, Canada), 2017.
  43. Gunnell KE. Lessons learned from RBC Learn to Play CAPL project: Evidence from confirmatory factor analyses and theory. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: An exploration of the physical literacy of the nation. Symposium presented at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (Winnipeg, Canada), 2017.
  44. Gunnell KE, Larouche R, Goldfield GS, Tremblay MS. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour, body mass index, and mental health indicators: An investigation using direct measures and nationally representative data. Annual general meeting of the North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (San Diego, USA), 2017.
  45. Helbostad J, Chastin S, Granat M, Troiano R, Tremblay MS. AlphaBET: Consensus meeting on the development of a taxonomy of 24-hour activity cycle data. Workshop at the 5th International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement (ICAMPAM) (Bethesda, USA), 2017.
  46. Kuzik N, Poitras VJ, Tremblay MS, Jaramillo A, Lee E-Y, Hunter S, Carson V. Systematic review of combinations of movement behaviours and health in the early years (aged 0-4 years). International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2017.
  47. Lang JJ, Belanger K, Poitras V, Janssen I, Tomkinson GR, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of the relationship between 20 m shuttle run performance and health indicators among children and youth. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Winnipeg, Candad), 2017.
  48. Lang JJ, Barnes JD, Manyanga T, Tremblay MS, Tomkinson GR. Gender inequality and sex differences in 20-meter shuttle run test performance across 45 countries. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Denver, USA), 2017.
  49. Larouche R, Gunnell KE, Bélanger M. Seasonal variations and changes in school travel mode from childhood to late adolescence: a prospective cohort study. Annual meeting of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (Victoria, Canada), 2017.
  50. LeBlanc AG, Barnes JD, Cameron C, Carson V, Chaput JP, Faulkner G, Janson K, Janssen I, Kramers R, Spence JC, Timmons BW, Tremblay MS. Results on Active Play from the ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. International Play Association Conference (Calgary, Canada), 2017.
  51. Lithopoulos A, Berry TR, Faulkner G, O’Reilly N, Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Tremblay MS, Vanderloo LM, Latimer-Cheung AE. Examining ParticipACTION’s brand equity: A test of the brand equity pyramid. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology Conference (St. John’s, Canada), 2017.
  52. Lithopoulos A, Berry TR, Faulkner G, O’Reilly N, Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Tremblay MS, Latimer-Cheung AE. Predicting physical activity attitudes, perceived behavioral control, and intentions from aspects of the ParticipACTION brand. North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (San Diego, USA), June, 2017.
  53. Longmuir PE, Cinanni N, D’Alimonte N, Adamo K, Bijelic V, Shanmugam G, Barrowman N, Timmons BW, Tremblay MS, Dillenburg R, Lee S. Initially low levels of physical activity decrease with age among young children with congenital heart defects regardless of treatment history and despite normal motor development and active play skill. American Heart Association Scientific Conference (Anaheim, USA), 2017.
  54. Longmuir PE. A Practitioner’s Guide to Doing the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Hainan Maternal and Child Health Care Hospital (Haikou City, China), 2017.
  55. Longmuir PE. Overview of the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy and Physical Literacy Screening. Hainan Maternal and Child Health Care Hospital (Haikou City, China), 2017.
  56. Longmuir PE. Promoting Physical Activity to Children with Congenital Heart Defects and Their Families. Hainan Maternal and Child Health Care Hospital (Haikou City, China), 2017.
  57. Longmuir PE. The Importance of Childhood Physical Activity: Unexpected Reasons for Children’s Physical Activity. Hainan Maternal and Child Health Care Hospital (Haikou City, China), 2017.
  58. Longmuir PE. Physical Literacy: A Cornerstone for Healthy Living. Hainan Maternal and Child Health Care Hospital (Haikou City, China), 2017.
  59. Longmuir PE. A Practitioner’s Guide to Doing the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Beijing Normal University (Beijing, China), 2017.
  60. Longmuir PE. Overview of the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy and Physical Literacy Screening. Beijing Children’s Research Institute (Beijing, China), 2017.
  61. Longmuir PE. Overview of the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy and Physical Literacy Screening. Peking University First Hospital (Beijing, China), 2017.
  62. Longmuir PE. Promoting Physical Activity to Children with Congenital Heart Defects and Their Families. Peking University First Hospital (Beijing, China), 2017.
  63. Longmuir PE. A Practitioner’s Guide to Doing the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Xinhua Hospital (Shanghai, China), 2017.
  64. Longmuir PE. Overview of the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy and Physical Literacy Screening. Xinhua Hospital (Shanghai, China), 2017.
  65. Longmuir PE. Putting Physical Literacy within Recreation, Education, Allied Health, Coaching and Healthcare. Xinhua Hospital (Shanghai, China), 2017.
  66. Longmuir PE. Promoting Physical Activity to Children with Congenital Heart Defects and Their Families. Xinhua Hospital (Shanghai, China), 2017.
  67. Longmuir PE. The Importance of Childhood Physical Activity: Unexpected Reasons for Children’s Physical Activity. Xinhua Hospital (Shanghai, China), 2017.
  68. Longmuir PE. Physical Literacy: A Cornerstone for Healthy Living. Xinhua Hospital (Shanghai, China), 2017.
  69. Longmuir PE, Alpous A, Lougheed J. Important Physical Literacy Deficits Among Active Children with Congenital heart Defects: Self-Perceived Sedentary Lifestyles, Limited Muscular Endurance and Slower Performance of Movement Skills. American Heart Association Scientific Sessions (Anaheim, USA), 2017.
  70. Longmuir PE. Introducing the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy Second Edition. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (Winnipeg, Canada), 2017.
  71. Longmuir PE, Sampson M, Ham J, Weekes M, Patel B, Gow R. The mental health of adolescents living with potentially fatal arrhythmia: A systematic review of the literature. World Congress of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery (Barcelona, Spain), 2017.
  72. Longmuir PE, Kung T, Tang K, Yusuf W, Lougheed J. Weight trajectories are associated with exercise capacity among children with complex congenital heart defects: Does limited growth indicate limited energy for exercise? World Congress of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery (Barcelona, Spain), 2017.
  73. Longmuir PE, Lynch L, Yap L-A, Bodiam L, Allison A, McCrindle BW, Wong D. Promoting physical activity to children with congenital heart defects: Identifying important knowledge translation gaps. World Congress of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery (Barcelona, Spain), 2017.
  74. Manyanga T, Chaput JP, Broyles ST, Katzmarzyk PT, Tremblay MS, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Socioeconomic status and dietary patterns in children from around the world: Different associations by levels of country human development? International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2017.
  75. O’Reilly N, Brunette MK, Deshpande S, Faulkner G, Latimer A, LeBlanc A, Rhodes R, Tremblay M, Werman M. Sharing the Culture of Good: Title Sponsorship of Sport Events. North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Conference (Windsor, Canada), 2017.
  76. Poitras VJ, Gray CE, Janssen X, Aubert S, Carson V, Faulkner G, Goldfield GS, Reilly JJ, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of the relationships between sedentary behavior and health indicators in the early years (aged 0-4 years). Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Winnipeg, Canada), 2017.
  77. Priebe C, Latimer-Cheung A, Berry T, O’Reilly N, Rhodes R, Spence J, Tremblay MS, and Faulkner G. An evaluation of the ParticipACTION “Make Room for Play” Campaign. International Play Association Conference (Calgary, Canada), 2017.
  78. Priebe C, Latimer-Cheung A, Berry TR, O’Reilly N, Rhodes R, Spence JC, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G. An evaluation of the ParticipACTION “Make Room for Play” Campaign. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2017.
  79. Ramanathan S, Faulkner G, Berry T, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung AE, Rhodes RE, Spence J, Tremblay MS. Perceptions of organizational capacity to promote physical activity in Canada and ParticipACTION’s impact five years after its re-launch: A qualitative study. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2017.
  80. Saunders TJ, MacDonald DJ, Copeland JL, Longmuir PE, Barnes J, Belanger K, Bruner B, Gregg MJ, Hall N, Kolen AM, Law B, Martin LJ, Sheehan D, Stone M, Woodruff SJ, Tremblay MS. The relationship between sedentary behaviour and physical literacy in Canadian children: an analysis from the RBC-CAPL Learn to Play study. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Winnipeg, Canada), 2017.
  81. Saunders T, Altenburg T, Carson V, Latimer A, Aubert S, Chastin S, Chinapaw, M, Barnes J, Tremblay M. SBRN Consensus definitions, caveats and examples. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2017.
  82. Sheehan DP, Hall N, Scriven J, Longmuir PE. Measuring physical literacy: Is it possible? International Physical Literacy Conference (Toronto, Canada), 2017.
  83. Spence JC, Faulkner G, Lee EY, Berry T, Cameron C, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung A, Rhodes R, Tremblay MS. Awareness of ParticipACTION among Canadian adults: A 7-year cross-sectional follow-up. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2017.
  84. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (0-4 years). Public Health Ontario Grand Rounds (Toronto, Canada), 2017.
  85. Tremblay MS. Parks for Health: Nature and the outdoors as an antidote for modern living. Invited presentation at the Ontario Parks Staff Conference (Orillia, Canada), 2017.
  86. Tremblay MS. The Whole Day Matters – an integrated approach to healthy movement behaviours and a good night’s sleep. Invited presentation at the Manitoba Nutrition Forum (Winnipeg, Canada), 2017.
  87. Tremblay MS. History of the Report Card Project and the Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance. Invited presentation to the United States Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth Research Advisory Committee (Baton Rouge, USA), 2017.
  88. Tremblay MS. Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance: Global Matrix Initiative. Invited presentation at the 10th Anniversary Pennington Biomedical Research Center Childhood Obesity and Public Health Conference: Making the Grade – impact of public health report cards on physical activity and obesity (Baton Rouge, USA), 2017.
  89. Tremblay MS. Life course approaches for healthy active living: making a case to start early. Council for Healthy Active Living Symposium, Conference Board of Canada (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  90. Tremblay MS. Introduction to the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Symposium presentation at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Winnipeg, Canada), 2017.
  91. Tremblay MS. Physical literacy levels of Canadian children aged 8-12 years. Symposium presentation at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Winnipeg, Canada), 2017.
  92. Tremblay MS, Lang JJ, Larouche R. Associations between physical fitness and health among school-aged youth: an analysis using the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting XXX (Katerini, Greece), 2017.
  93. Tremblay MS. Innovation, technology and childhood healthy active living: moving forward by looking back. Invited keynote address at the German Association of Sports Science Conference: Innovation & Technology in Sport (Munich, Germany), 2017.
  94. Tremblay MS. Making movement a movement: where does physical literacy fit in? Invited keynote address at the Active Body, Active Mind! Physical Literacy Summit (North Bay, Canada), 2017.
  95. Tremblay MS. Trails for Health: Nature and the outdoors as an antidote for modern living. Invited presentation to the Trans Canada Trail Partner Network Meeting (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  96. Tremblay MS. The role of the Sedentary Behaviour Research Network (SBRN) in promoting consensus definitions of key terms. Symposium presentation at the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2017.Valois, DD, Davis, CG, Goldfield, GS. Weight teasing and body esteem in youth with overweight and obesity: An investigation of protective factors. Psychology Graduate Student Conference (PGSC) at Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  97. Tremblay MS. Global Matrix 2.0: Report Card Grades on the Physical Activity of Children and Youth in 38 Countries: setting the scene. Symposium presentation at the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2017.
  98. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Symposium presentation at Public Health 2017 (Halifax, Canada), 2017.
  99. Tremblay MS. Are accelerometers the answer for national surveillance of physical activity? YES! Colloquium debate at the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Denver, USA), 2017.
  100. Tremblay MS. Global Matrix 2.0: International Results on Childhood Physical Activity from 38 Countries. Invited presentation at the Universidade Pedagogica (Maputo, Mozambique), 2017.
  101. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Invited presentation at the Canadian Obesity Summit (Banff, Canada), 2017.
  102. Tremblay MS. Making Movement and Movement: A contemporary imperative. Invited keynote address at the Jersey Sport Foundation Conference 2017 (Jersey, U.K.), 2017.
  103. Tremblay MS. Global Matrix 2.0: International results from 38 countries. Invited presentation at the release of the Mexican Report Card on the Physical Activity of Children and Youth (Guadalajara, Mexico), 2017.
  104. Tremblay MS. Global Matrix 2.0: International results on childhood active transportation from 38 countries. Invited presentation at Il Foro Universitatrio en Actividad Fisca y Salud: Movilidad urbana no motorizada / ciciovias (Guadalajara, Mexico), 2017.
  105. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Pediatric Grand Rounds Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  106. Tremblay MS. Parks for Health: Nature and the outdoors as an antidote for modern living. Invited keynote address at the Canadian Parks Conference (Banff, Canada), 2017.
  107. Tremblay MS. Canadian Health Measures Survey: A personal journey from conception to policy impact. Invited presentation at the Canadian Research Data Centre Network: South Western Research Data Centre Seminar Series (Waterloo, Canada), 2017.
  108. Valois, DD, Davis, CG, Goldfield, GS. Weight teasing and body esteem in youth with overweight and obesity: An investigation of protective factors. Psychology Graduate Student Conference (PGSC) at Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada), 2017.
  109. Wasenius N, Harvey AL, Grattan KP, Barrowman N, Goldfield GS, Adamo KB. Is there a relationship between maternal gestational weight gain and offspring fundamental motor skills? DOHaD 2017 – Life Course Health & Disease: Observations, experiments and interventions (Rotterdam, the Netherlands), 2017.