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 2018.

Figure 1. Number of peer-reviewed, refereed publications by HALO Research Group from 2006 to 2018 – for a total of 781 to date.
2018
  1. Aubert S, Barnes JD, Abdeta C, Abi Nader P, Adeniyi AF, Aguilar-Farias N, Andrade Tenesaca DS, Bhawra J, Brazo- Sayavera J, Cardon G, Chang C-K, Delisle Nyström C, Demetriou Y, Draper CE, Edwards L, Emeljanovas A, Gába A, Galaviz KI, González SA, Herrera-Cuenca M, Huang WY, Ibrahim IAE, Jürimäe J, Kämppi K, Katapally TR, Katewongsa P, Katzmarzyk PT, Khan A, Korcz A, Kim YS, Lambert E,  Lee E-Y, Löf M, Loney T, López-Taylor J, Liu Y, Makaza D, Manyanga T, Mileva B, Morrison SA, Mota J, Nyawornota VK, Ocansey R, Reilly JJ, Roman-Viñas B, Silva DAS, Saonuam P, Scriven J, Seghers J, Schranz N, Skovgaard T, Smith M, Standage M, Starc G, Stratton G, Subedi N, Takken T, Tammelin T, Tanaka C, Thivel D, Tladi D, Tyler R, Uddin R, Williams A, Wong SHS, Wu C-L, Zembura P, Tremblay MS. Global Matrix 3.0 physical activity report card grades for children and youth: results and analysis from 49 countries. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 15(Suppl 2):S251-S273, 2018.
  2. Aubert S, Barnes JD, Aguilar-Farias N, Cardon G, Chang CK, Delisle Nyström C, Demetriou Y, Edwards L, Emeljanovas A, Gába A, Huang WY, Ibrahim IAE, Jürimäe J, Katzmarzyk PT, Korcz A, Kim YS, Lee EY, Löf M, Loney T, Morrison SA, Mota J, Reilly JJ, Roman-Viñas B, Schranz N, Scriven J, Seghers J, Skovgaard T, Smith M, Standage M, Starc G, Stratton G, Takken T, Tammelin T, Tanaka C, Thivel D, Tyler R, Williams A, Wong SHS, Zembura P, Tremblay MS. Report Card grades on the physical activity of children and youth comparing 30 very high Human Development Index countries. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 15(Suppl 2):S298-S314, 2018.
  3. Belanger K, Barnes JD, Longmuir PE, Anderson KD, Bruner B, Copeland JL, Gregg MJ, Hall N, Kolen AM, Lane KN, Law B MacDonald DJ, Martin LJ, Saunders TJ, Sheehan D, Stone M, Woodruff SJ, Tremblay MS. The relationship between physical literacy scores and adherence to Canadian physical activity and sedentary behaviour guidelines. BMC Public Health 18(Suppl 2):1042, 2018.
  4. Berry TR, Rhodes RE, Ori EM, McFadden K, Faulkner G, Latimer-Cheung AE, O'Reilly N, Spence JC, Tremblay MS, Vanderloo LM. The short-term effects of a mass reach physical activity campaign: An evaluation using hierarchy of effects model and intention profiles. BMC Public Health 18:1300, 2018.
  5. Bonafiglia J, Nelms M, Preobrazenski N, LeBlanc C, Robins L, Lu S, Lithopoulos A, Walsh J, Gurd B. Individual statistics for individual responses: Moving beyond threshold-based dichotomous classification to improve the accuracy in classifying non-responders. Physiological Reports 6(22):1-11, 2018.
  6. Borghese MM, Lin Y, Chaput JP, Janssen I. Estimating sleep efficiency in 10- to 13-year-olds using a waist-worn accelerometer. Sleep Health 4:110-115, 2018.
  7. Brunet J,  O'Loughlin  JL,  Gunnell  KE,  Sabiston  CM.  Concurrent  and  reciprocal  predictive  relationships  between depressive symptoms and physical activity in breast cancer survivors. Health Psychology 37:14-23, 2018.
  8. Bryant EJ, Thivel D, Chaput JP, Drapeau V, Blundell JE, King NE. Development and validation of the Child Three-Factor Eating Questionnaire (CTFEQr17). Public Health Nutrition 21:2558-2567, 2018.
  9. Cameron JD, Tasca GA, Little J, Chyrulia L, Ritchie K, Yeh E, Doucette S, Obregon AM, Bulman DE, Doucet E, Goldfield GS. Effects of fat mass and obesity-associated (FTO) gene polymorphisms on binge eating in women with binge-eating disorder: The moderating influence of attachment style. Nutrition 61:208-212, 2018.
  10. Cameron JD, Doucet É, Adamo KB, Walker M, Tirelli A, Barnes JD, Hafizi K, Murray M, Goldfield GS. Effects of prenatal exposure to cigarettes on anthropometrics, energy intake, energy expenditure, and screen time in children. Physiology & Behavior 194:394-400, 2018.
  11. Chaput JP, Tremblay MS, Katzmarzyk PT, Fogelholm M, Mikkilä V, Hu G, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, LeBlanc AG. Outdoor time and dietary patterns in children around the world. Journal of Public Health 40:e493-e501, 2018.
  12. Chaput JP, Yau J, Rao DP, Morin CM. Prevalence of insomnia for Canadians aged 6 to 79. Health Reports 29:16-20, 2018.
  13. Chaput JP, Dutil C, Sampasa-Kanyinga H. Sleeping hours: what is the ideal number and how does age impact this? Nature and Science of Sleep 10:421-430, 2018.
  14. Chaput JP, Tremblay MS, Katzmarzyk PT, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Maher C, Maia J, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M,  Tudor-Locke C,  Sampasa-Kanyinga H.  Sleep  patterns  and  sugar-sweetened beverage  consumption among children from around the world. Public Health Nutrition 21:2385-2393, 2018.
  15. Chaput JP, Barnes JD, Tremblay MS, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Katzmarzyk PT. Thresholds of physical activity associated with obesity by level of sedentary behaviour in children. Pediatric Obesity 13:450-457, 2018.
  16. Chaput JP, Barnes JD, Tremblay MS, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Katzmarzyk PT. Inequality in physical activity, sedentary behaviour, sleep duration and risk of obesity in children: a 12-country study. Obesity Science and Practice 4:229-237, 2018.
  17. Chang VC, Chaput JP, Roberts KC, Jayaraman G, Do MT. Factors associated with sleep duration across life stages: results from the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada 38:404-418, 2018.
  18. Cinar E, Saxena S, Uygur F. Combination therapy versus exercise and orthotic support in the management of pain in plantar fasciitis: a randomized controlled trial. Foot & Ankle International 39(4):406-414, 2018.
  19. Cinar E, Saxena S, UygurF. Low-level laser therapy in the management of plantar fasciitis: a randomized controlled trial. Lasers in Medical Science 33(5):949-958, 2018.
  20. Curtin K, Lee E-Y, Yun L, Spence J C. Context matters: Examining perceived health and fitness outcomes of physical activity participation for South Korean adults and youth. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 25(5):548-557, 2018.
  21. Davenport MH, McCurdy A, Mottola MF, Skow R, Meah VL, Poitras VJ, Garcia AJ, Gray CE, Barrowman N, Riske L, Sobierajski F, James M, Nagpal T, Marchand AA, Nuspl M, Slater LG, Barakat R, Adamo KB, Davies GA, Ruchat SM. The impact of pre-natal exercise on both pre-natal and post-natal anxiety and depressive symptoms: a systematic review and meta-analysis. British Journal of Sports Medicine 52(21):1376-1385, 2018.
  22. Davenport MH, Meah VL, Ruchat SM, Davies GA, Skow R, Barrowman N, Adamo KB, Poitras VJ, Gray CE, Garcia AJ, Sobierajski F, Riske L, James M, Kathol AJ, Nuspl M, Marchand AA, Nagpal TS, Slater LG, Weeks A, Barakat R, Mottola MF. The  impact  of  prenatal  exercise  on  neonatal  and  childhood  outcomes:  a  systematic  review  and  meta - analysis. British Journal of Sports Medicine 52(21):1386-1396, 2018.
  23. Davenport MH, Nagpal T, Mottola MF, Skow R, Riske L, Poitras VJ, Garcia AJ, Gray CE, Barrowman N, Meah VL, Sobierajski F, James M, Nuspl M, Weeks A, Marchand AA, Slater LG, Adamo KB, Davies GA, Barakat R, Ruchat SM. Prenatal exercise (including but not limited to pelvic floor muscle training) on and urinary incontinence during and following pregnancy: A systematic review and meta-analysis. British Journal of Sports Medicine 52(21):1397-1404, 2018.
  24. Davenport MH, Ruchat SM, Poitras VJ, Garcia AJ, Gray CE, Barrowman N, Skow R, Meah VL, Riske L, Sobierajski F, James M, Kathol AJ, Nuspl M, Marchand AA, Nagpal TS, Slater LG, Weeks A, Adamo KB, Davies GA, Barakat R, Mottola MF. Prenatal exercise for the prevention of gestational diabetes mellitus and hypertensive disorders of pregnancy: a systematic review and meta-analysis. British Journal of Sports Medicine 52(21):1367-1375, 2018.
  25. Davenport MH, Sobierajski F, Mottola MF, Skow R, Meah VL, Poitras VJ, Gray CE, Garcia AJ, Barrowman N, Riske L, James M, Nagpal TS, Marchand AA, Slater LG, Adamo KB, Davies GA, Barakat R, Ruchat SM. Glucose responses to acute and chronic exercise during pregnancy: a systematic review and meta-analysis British Journal of Sports Medicine 52(21):1357-1366, 2018.
  26. Delisle Nyström C, Traversy G, Barnes JD, Chaput JP, Longmuir PE, Tremblay MS. Associations between domains of physical literacy by weight status in 8- to 12-year-old Canadian children. BMC Public Health 18(Suppl. 2):1043, 2018.
  27. Delisle Nyström C, Barnes JD, Tremblay MS. An exploratory analysis of missing data from the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Learn to Play - Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL) project. BMC Public Health 18(Suppl 2):1046, 2018.
  28. Delisle Nyström C, Larsson C, Alexandrou C, Ehrenblad B, Eriksson U, Friberg M, Hagströmer M, Lindroos AK, Nyberg G, Löf M. Results from Sweden's 2018 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 15(S2): S413-S414, 2018.
  29. Delisle Nyström C, Söderström E, Henriksson P, Henriksson H, Poortvliet E, Löf M. The paediatric option for BodPod to assess body composition in preschool children: what fat-free mass density values should be used? British Journal of Nutrition 120(7):797-802, 2018.
  30. Delisle Nyström C, Sandin S, Henriksson P, Henriksson H, Maddison R, Löf M. A 12-month follow-up of a mobile-based (mHealth) obesity prevention intervention in pre-school children: the MINISTOP randomized controlled trial. BMC Public Health 18(1):658, 2018.
  31. Doja A, Bookwala A, Pohl D, Rossi-Ricci A, Barrowman N, Chan J, Longmuir PE. Relationship between physical activity, tic severity and quality of life in children and adolescents with Tourette syndrome. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 27(4):222-227, 2018.
  32. Donahoe K, MacDonald DJ, Tremblay MS, Saunders TJ. Validation of PiezoRx pedometer-derived sedentary time. International Journal of Exercise Science 11(7):552-560, 2018.
  33. Dumuid D, Stanford TE, Martin-Fernandez JA, Pedisic Z, Maher CA, Lewis LK, Hron K, Katzmarzyk PT, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Lambert EV, Maia J, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Barreira TV, Broyles ST, Tudor-Locke C, Tremblay MS, Olds T. Compositional data analysis for physical activity, sedentary time and sleep research. Statistical Methods in Medical Research 27:3726-3738, 2018.
  34. Dumuid D, Maher C, Lewis LK, Stanford TE, Martin-Fernandez JA, Ratcliffe J, Katzmarzyk PT, Barreira TV, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Maia J, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Olds T. Human development index, children’s health-related quality of life and movement behaviors: a compositional data analysis. Quality of Life Research 27:1473-1482, 2018.
  35. Dumuid D, Stanford TE, Pedišić Ž, Maher C, Lewis LK, Martín Fernández JA, Maher C, Katzmarzyk PT, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Olds T. Adiposity and the isotemporal substitution of physical activity, sedentary time and sleep among school-aged children: a compositional data analysis approach. BMC Public Health 18:311, 2018.
  36. Dumuid D, Olds T, Lewis LK, Martin-Fernandez JA, Barreira T, Broyles S, 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, Katzmarzyk PT, Gillison F, Maher C; for the ISCOLE research group. The adiposity of children is associated with their lifestyle behaviours: a cluster analysis of school-aged children from 12 nations. Pediatric Obesity 13:111-119, 2018.
  37. Dutil C, Walsh JJ, Featherstone RB, Gunnell KE, Tremblay MS, Gruber R, Weiss SK, Cote KA, Sampson M, Chaput JP. Influence of sleep on developing brain functions and structures in children and adolescents: A systematic review. Sleep Medicine Reviews 42:184-201, 2018.
  38. Dutil C, Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE, Barnes JD, Belanger K, Chaput JP. Influence of the relative age effect on children’s scores obtained from the Canadian assessment of physical literacy. BMC Public Health 18(Suppl. 2):1040, 2018.
  39. Ek A, Alexandrou C, Delisle Nyström C, Direito A, Eriksson U, Hammar U, Henriksson P, Maddison R, Trolle Lagerros Y, Löf M. The Smart City Active Mobile Phone Intervention (SCAMPI) study to promote physical activity through active transportation in healthy adults: a study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health 18(1):880, 2018. 
  40. Faulkner G,  Bassett-Gunter  R,  White  L,  Berry  TR,  Tremblay  MS.  Can  The  Moblees  move  Canadian  children? Investigating the impact of a television program on children's physical activity. Frontiers in Public Health 6:206, 2018.
  41. Faulkner G, Yun  L,  Tremblay  MS,  Spence  JC.  Exploring the  impact  of  the  ‘new’  ParticipACTION: Overview and introduction of the special issue. Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada 38(4):153-161, 2018.
  42. Faulkner G, Ramanathan S, Plotnikoff RC, Berry T, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung AE, Rhodes RE, Tremblay MS, Spence JC. ParticipACTION after 5 years of re-launch: A quantitative survey of Canadian organizational awareness and capacity regarding physical activity initiatives. Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada 38(4):162-169, 2018.
  43. Fournier A, Loiselle C, Chamberlain J, Longmuir PE. Video evaluation of an exercise intervention in preschool aged children with developmental delays: Tumbling Together to improve self-regulation skills. Exercise Medicine 2:11, 2018.
  44. Goldfield GS, Kenny GP, Prud'homme D, Holcik M, Alberga AS, Fahnstock M, Cameron JD, Doucette S, Hadjiyannakis S, Tulloch H, Tremblay MS, Walsh J, Guerin E, Gunnell KE, D’Angiulli A, Sigal RJ. Effects of aerobic training, resistance training, or both on brain-derived neurotrophic factor in adolescents with obesity: the HEARTY randomized controlled trial. Physiology and Behavior 191:138-145, 2018.
  45. González SA,  Barnes  JD,  Abi  Nader  P,  Andrade  Tenesaca  DS,  Brazo-Sayavera J,  Galaviz  KI,  Herrera-Cuenca M, Katewongsa P, López-Taylor J, Liu Y, Mileva B, Ochoa Avilés AM, Silva DAS, Saonuam P, Tremblay MS. Report card grades on the physical activity of children and youth from 10 countries with high Human Development Index – Global Matrix 3.0. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 15(Suppl 2):S284-S297, 2018.
  46. Gunnell KE, Longmuir PE, Barnes JD, Belanger K, Tremblay MS. Refining the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy based on theory and factor analyses. BMC Public Health 18(Suppl 2):1044, 2018.
  47. Gunnell KE, Longmuir PE, Woodruff SJ, Barnes JD, Belanger K, Tremblay MS. Revising the motivation and confidence domain of the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. BMC Public Health 18(Suppl 2):1045, 2018.
  48. Gunnell KE,  Brunet  J,  Bélanger M.  Out  with  the  old,  in  with  the  new:  Assessing change in  screen  time  when measurement changes over time. Preventive Medicine Reports 9: 37-41, 2018.
  49. Gutiérrez-Martínez L, Martínez RG, González SA, Bolívar MA, Estupiñan OV, Sarmiento OL. Effects of a strategy for the promotion of physical activity in students from Bogotá. Rev Saude Publica 52:79, 2018.
  50. Johnson C, Chaput JP, Rioux F, Diasparra M, Richard C, Dubois L. An exploration of reported food intake among inmates who gained body weight during incarceration in Canadian federal penitentiaries. PLOS ONE 13:e0208768, 2018.
  51. Johnson C, Chaput JP, Diasparra M, Richard C, Dubois L. Canadian federal penitentiaries as obesogenic environments: a retrospective cohort study. CMAJ Open 6:E347-352, 2018.
  52. Kang DW, Lee E-Y, An K, Min JH, Jeon JY, Courneya KS. Associations between physical activity, metabolic risk factors, and comorbidities in cancer survivors. Journal of Cancer Survivorship 12(4):441-449, 2018.
  53. Katzmarzyk P, Broyles ST, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C. Sources of variability in childhood obesity indicators and related behaviors. International Journal of Obesity 42:108-110, 2018.
  54. Killham ME,  Mosewich  AE,  Mack  DE,  Gunnell  KE,  Ferguson  LJ.     Self-compassion  and  women  athletes’  sport performance. Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology 7:297-307, 2018.
  55. Lang JL, Chaput JP, Longmuir PE, Barnes JD, Belanger K, Tomkinson GR, Anderson KD, Bruner B, Copeland JL, Gregg MJ, Hall N, Kolen AM, Lane KN, Law B, MacDonald DJ, Martin LJ, Saunders TJ, Sheehan D, Stone MR, Woodruff SJ, Tremblay MS. Cardiorespiratory fitness is associated with physical literacy in a large sample of Canadian children aged 8 to 12 years. BMC Public Health 18(Suppl. 2):1041, 2018.
  56. Lang JJ, Wolfe Phillips E, Orpana HM,  Tremblay MS, Ross R, Ortega FB,  Silva  DAS,  Tomkinson GR.  Field-based measurement of cardiorespiratory fitness to evaluate physical activity interventions. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 96:794-796, 2018.
  57. Lang JJ, Tomkinson GR, Janssen I, Ruiz JR,  Ortega FB, Léger L, Tremblay MS. Making a case for cardiorespiratory fitness surveillance among children and youth. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews 46(2):66-75, 2018.
  58. 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. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 21:383-397, 2018.
  59. Lang JJ, Tremblay MS, Leger L, Olds T, Tomkinson GR. International variability in 20 m shuttle run performance in children and youth: who are the fittest from a 50-country comparison? A systematic literature review with pooling of aggregate results. British Journal of Sports Medicine 52:276, 2018.
  60. Law B, Bruner B, Scharoun Benson SM, Anderson K, Gregg M, Hall N, Lane K, MacDonald DJ, Saunders TJ, Sheehan D, Stone MR, Woodruff SJ, Belanger K, Barnes JD, Longmuir PE, Tremblay MS. Associations between teacher training and measures of physical literacy among Canadian 8- to 12-year-old students. BMC Public Health 18(Suppl 2):1039, 2018.
  61. LeBlanc AG, Chaput JP. The relationship between occupational standing and sitting and incident heart disease over a 12-year period in Ontario, Canada. American Journal of Epidemiology 187:398-401, 2018.
  62. Lee J, Sa J, Chaput JP, Seo DC, Samuel T. Racial/ethnic differences in body weight perception among U.S. college students. Journal of American College Health 66:429-437, 2018.
  63. Lee J, Alpous A, Yusuf W, Cardarelli S, Rhodenizer T, Shaw-Swettenham K, Adams R, Longmuir PE. Y Kids Academy program increases knowledge of healthy living in young adolescents. Exercise Medicine 2:10, 2018.
  64. Lee EY, Spence JC, Tremblay MS, Carson V. Meeting 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth and associations with psychological well-being among South Korean adolescents. Mental Health and Physical Activity 14:66-73, 2018.
  65. Lee E-Y, Yun L, Lim H, Kang DW, Yi KJ. Promoting equity and social inclusion in sport and physical activity: Gender-safe approaches [In Korean]. Journal of Sports and Leisure Studies 71:513-523, 2018.
  66. Lee E-Y, Hesketh KD, Rhodes, RE, Rinaldi CM, Spence JC, Carson V. Role of parental and environmental characteristics in toddlers' physical activity and screen time: Bayesian analysis of structural equation models. International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity 15:17, 2018.
  67. Lee E-Y, Carson V. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and psychosocial well-being among young South Korean children. Child: Care, Health and Development 44(1):108-116, 2018.
  68. Lin Y, Tremblay MS, Katzmarzyk PT, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Olds T, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Chaput JP. Temporal and bi-directional associations between sleep duration and physical activity/sedentary time in children: An international comparison. Preventive Medicine 111:436-441, 2018.
  69. Lithopoulos A, Dacin PA, Berry TR, Faulkner G, O’Reilly N, Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Tremblay MS, Vanderloo LM, Latimer-Cheung AE. Examining the ParticipACTION brand using the brand equity pyramid. Journal of Social Marketing 8(4):378-396, 2018.
  70. Livock H, Barnes JD, Pouliot C, LeBlanc AG, Saunders TJ, Tremblay MS, Prud’homme D, Chaput JP. Watching television or listening to music while exercising failed to affect post-exercise food intake or energy expenditure in male adolescents. Appetite 127:266-273, 2018.
  71. Longmuir PE, Woodruff SJ, Boyer C, Lloyd M, Tremblay MS. Physical Literacy Knowledge Questionnaire: feasibility, validity, and reliability for Canadian children aged 8 to 12 years. BMC Public Health 18(Suppl 2):1035, 2018.
  72. Longmuir PE, Gunnell KE, Barnes JD, Belanger K, Leduc G, Woodruff SJ, Tremblay MS. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy Second Edition: a streamlined assessment of the capacity for physical activity among children 8 to 12 years of age. BMC Public Health 18(Suppl 2):1047, 2018.
  73. Longmuir PE,  Sampson  M,  Ham  J,  Weekes  M,  Patel  BJ,  Gow  RM.  The  mental health  of  adolescents and  pre- adolescents living with inherited arrhythmia syndromes: A systematic review of the literature. Cardiology in the Young 28(5):621-631, 2018.
  74. MacDonald DJ, Saunders TJ, Longmuir PE, Barnes JD, Belanger K, Bruner B, Copeland JL, Gregg MJ, Hall N, Kolen AM, Law B, Martin LJ, Sheehan D, Woodruff SJ, Tremblay MS. A cross sectional study exploring the relationship between age, gender, and physical measures with  adequacy in  and  predilection for  physical activity.  BMC  Public Health 18(Suppl 2):1038, 2018.
  75. McGregor DE, Carson V, Palarea-Albaladejo J, Dall PM, Tremblay MS, Chastin SFM. Compositional analysis of the associations between 24-hour movement behaviors and health indicators among adults and older adults from the Canadian Health Measures Survey. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 15:1779, 2018.
  76. Manyanga T, Barnes JD, Tremblay MS, Katzmarzyk PT, Broyles ST, Barreira TV, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Maher C, Maia J, Olds T, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Chaput JP. No evidence for an epidemiological transition in sleep patterns among children: a 12-country study. Sleep Health 4:87-95, 2018.
  77. Manyanga T, Barnes JD, Abdeta C, Adeniy AF, Bhawra J, Draper CE, Katapally TR, Khan A, Lambert E, Makaza D, Nyawornota VK, Ocansey R, Subedi N, Uddin R, Tladi D, Tremblay MS. Indicators of physical activity among children and youth in nine countries with low to medium Human Development Indices: A Global Matrix 3.0 paper. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 15(Suppl 2):S274-S283, 2018.
  78. Morrison KM, Ball GDC, Ho J, Mackie P, Buchholz A, Chanoine JP, Hamilton J, AM, Laberge, Legault L, Thabane L, Tremblay M, Zenlea I. The CANadian Pediatric Weight management Registry (CANPWR): lessons learned from developing and initiating a national, multi-centre study embedded in pediatric clinical practice. BMC Pediatrics 18:237, 2018.
  79. Myers ND, Ntoumanis N, Gunnell KE, Gucciardi DF, Lee, S. A review of some emergent quantitative analyses in sport and exercise psychology. International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 11:70-100, 2018.
  80. Obeid N, Norris ML, Buchholz A, Henderson KA, Goldfield GS, Bedford S, Flament MF. Socioemotional predictors of body esteem in adolescent males. Psychology of Men & Masculinity 19(3):439-445, 2018.
  81. Obregon Rivas AM, Santos JL, Valladares MS, Cameron J, Goldfield GS. Association of the FTO fat mass and obesity- associated gene rs9939609 polymorphism with rewarding value of food and eating behavior in Chilean children. Nutrition 54:105-110, 2018.
  82. Okely AD, Tremblay MS, Reilly JJ, Draper CE, Bull F. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep: movement behaviours in early life. Lancet Child & Adolescent Health 2:233-235, 2018.
  83. Onywera VO, Larouche R, Oyeyemi AL, Prista A, Akinroye KK, Heyker S, Owino GE, Tremblay MS. Development and convergent validity of new self-administered questionnaires of active transportation in three African countries: Kenya, Mozambique and Nigeria. BMC Public Health 18:1018, 2018.
  84. Ramanathan S,  Faulkner  G,  Berry  T,  Deshpande  S,  Latimer-Cheung  AE,  Rhodes  RE,  Spence  JC,  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. Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada 38(4):170-178, 2018.
  85. Rivière F, Aubert S, Omorou AY, Ainsworth BE, Vuillemin A. Taxonomy-based content analysis of sedentary behaviour questionnaires: A systematic review. PLOS ONE, 13(3):e0193812, 2018.
  86. Ruchat SM, Mottola MF, Skow R, Nagpal TS, Meah VL, James M, Riske L, Sobierajski F, Kathol AJ, Marchand AA, Nuspl M, Weeks A, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Jaramillo A, Barrowman N, Slater LG, Adamo KB, Davies GA, Barakat R, Davenport MH. Effectiveness of exercise interventions in the prevention of excessive gestational weight gain and postpartum weight retention: A systematic review and meta-analysis. British Journal of Sports Medicine 52(21):1347-1356, 2018.
  87. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Chaput JP, Hamilton HA, Colman I. Bullying involvement, psychological distress, and short sleep duration among adolescents. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 53:1371-1380, 2018.
  88. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Hamilton HA, Chaput JP. Use of social media is associated with short sleep duration in a dose- response manner in students aged 11 to 20 years. Acta Paediatrica 107:694-700, 2018.
  89. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Hamilton HA, Chaput JP. Sleep duration and consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages and energy drinks among adolescents. Nutrition 48:77-81, 2018.
  90. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Hamilton HA, LeBlanc AG, Chaput JP. Cannabis use among middle and high school students in Ontario: a school-based cross-sectional study. CMAJ Open 6:E50-E56, 2018.
  91. Saunders TJ, McDonald DJ, Copeland JL, Longmuir PE, Barnes JD, Belanger K, Bruner B, Gregg MJ, Hall N, Kolen AM, Law B, Martin LJ, Sheehan D, Stone MR, Woodruff SJ, Tremblay MS. The relationship between sedentary behaviour and physical literacy in Canadian children: a cross-sectional analysis from the RBC – CAPL Learn to Play study. BMC Public Health 18(Suppl 2):1037, 2018.
  92. Silva DAS, Chaput JP, Katzmarzyk PT, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Maher C, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Tremblay MS. Physical education classes, physical activity, and sedentary behavior in children. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 50:995-1004, 2018.
  93. Silva DAS,  Tremblay  MS.  It’s  time  to  take  care  of  Brazilian  children  and  adolescents.  Revista  Brasileira  de Cineantropometria & Desempenho Humano 20(4):363-366, 2018.
  94. Silva DASLang  JJ,  Barnes JD,  Tomkinson GR,  Tremblay MS. Cardiorespiratory fitness in  children: evidence for criterion-referenced cut-points. PLOS ONE 13(8):e0201048, 2018.
  95. Silva DAS, Tremblay MS, de Souza MFM, Guerra MR, Mooney M, Naghavi M, Malta DC. Mortality and years of life lost due to breast cancer attributable to physical inactivity in the Brazilian female population (1990-2015). Scientific Reports 8:11141, 2018.
  96. Silva DAS, Rodrigues de Lima T, Tremblay MS. Association between resting heart rate and health-related physical fitness in Brazilian adolescents. Biomed Research International 2018:3812197, 2018.
  97. Silva DAS, Gunnel KE, Tremblay MS. Factor structure of responses to the Portuguese version of questions about screen time-based sedentary behavior among adolescents. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 15:263-268, 2018.
  98. Silva DAS, Tremblay MS, Souza MdFMd, Mooney M, Naghavi M, Malta DC. Mortality and years of life lost by colorectal cancer attributable to physical inactivity in Brazil (1990-2015): findings from the Global Burden of Disease Study. PLOS ONE 13(2):e0190943, 2018.
  99. Spence JC, Faulkner G, Lee EY, Berry T, Cameron C, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung AE, Rhodes RE, Tremblay MS. Awareness of ParticipACTION among Canadian adults: A seven-year cross-sectional follow-up. Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada 38(4):179-186, 2018.
  100. Stephens S, Beyene J, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G, Pullnayegum E, Feldman BM. Strategies for dealing with missing accelerometer data. Rheumatic Disease Clinics of North America 44(2):317-326, 2018.
  101. Thivel D, Chaput JP, Duclos M. Integrating sedentary behavior in the theoretical model linking childhood to adulthood activity and health? An updated framework. Physiology & Behavior 196:33-35, 2018.
  102. Tremblay MS, Costas-Bradstreet C, Barnes JD, Bartlett B, Dampier D, Lalonde C, Leidl R, Longmuir P, McKee M, Patton R, Way R, Yessis J. Canada’s Physical Literacy Consensus Statement: process and outcome. BMC Public Health 18(Suppl 2):1034, 2018.
  103. Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE, Barnes JD, Belanger K, Anderson KD, Bruner B, Copeland JL, Delisle Nyström C, Gregg MJ, Hall N, Kolen AM, Lane KN, Law B, MacDonald DJ, Martin LJ, Saunders TJ, Sheehan D, Stone MR, Woodruff SJ. Physical literacy levels of Canadian children aged 8-12 years: descriptive and normative results from the RBC Learn to Play - CAPL Project. BMC Public Health 18(Suppl 2):1036, 2018.
  104. Tremblay MS. The consequences of sedentary behaviors: Keeping interpretations anchored in evidence. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews 46(1):4, 2018.
  105. Wachira LJM, Muthuri SK, Ochola SA, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Screen-based sedentary behavior and adiposity among school children: Results from International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment – Kenya. PLOS ONE 13(6):e0199790, 2018.
  106. Walsh JJ,  Barnes  JD,  Cameron  JD,  Goldfield  GS,  Chaput  JP,  Gunnell  KE,  Ledoux  AA,  Zemek  R,  Tremblay  MS. Associations  between  24  hour  movement  behaviours  and  global  cognition  in  US  children:  a  cross-sectional observational study. Lancet Child & Adolescent Health 2:783-791, 2018.
  107. Walsh J, Tschakovsky M. Exercise and circulating BDNF: Mechanisms of release and implications for the design of exercise interventions. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 43(11):1095-1104, 2018.
  108. Walsh J, D’Angiulli A, Cameron J, Sigal R, Kenny G, Holcik M, Doucette S, Alberga A, Prud’homme D, Hadjiyannakis S, Gunnell K, Goldfield G. Changes in Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Are Associated with Improvements in Diabetes Risk Factors after Exercise Training in Adolescents with Obesity: the HEARTY randomized controlled trial. Neuroplasticity 2018:7169583, 2018.
  109. Walsh J, Dunlap C, Miranda J, Thorp D, Kimmerly D, Tschakovsky M, Gurd B. Brief, high- intensity exercise improves selective attention in university students. International Journal of Exercise Science 11(5):152-167, 2018.
  110. Wasenius NS, Grattan K, Harvey AL, Barrowman N, Naylor PJ, Goldfield GS, Adamo, KB. The effect of a physical activity intervention on preschoolers' fundamental motor skills - a cluster RCT. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 21(7):714-719, 2018.
  111. Yun L, Vanderloo L, Berry TR, Latimer-Cheung AE, O'Reilly N, Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G. Assessing the social climate of physical (in)activity in Canada. BMC Public Health 18:1301, 2018.
  112. Zieff SG, Musselman EA, Sarmiento OL, Gonzalez SA, Aguilar-Farias N, Winter SJ, Hipp JA, Quijano K, King AC. Talking the Walk: Perceptions of Neighborhood Characteristics from Users of Open Streets Programs in Latin America and the USA. Journal of Urban Health 95(6): 899-912, 2018.
2017
  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.
2016
  1. Adamo KB, Wilson S, Harvey AL, Grattan KP, Naylor PJ, Temple VA, Goldfield GS. Does intervening in childcare settings impact fundamental movement skill developmen Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 48(5):926-32, 2016.
  2. Alberga AS, Prud’homme D, Sigal RJ, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Phillips P, Malcolm J, Ma J, Doucette S, Gougeon R, Wells  GA,  Kenny  GP.  Effects  of  aerobic  training,  resistance  training,  or  both  on  cardiorespiratory  and musculoskeletal fitness in adolescents with obesity: the HEARTY trial.  Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41: 255–265, 2016.
  3. Alberga AS, Sigal RJ, Kenny GP, Prud’homme D, Goldfield GS. Promoting exercise for kids and teens: Let’s NOT talk about weight. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 48 (5 supplement 1):153, 2016.
  4. Barnes JD, Cameron C, Carson V, Chaput JP, Faulkner GE, Janson K, Janssen I, Kramers R, LeBlanc AG, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Results from Canada’s 2016 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13(Suppl. 2):S110-116, 2016.
  5. Barnes JD, Tremblay MS. Changes in indicators of child and youth physical activity in Canada, 2005-2016. Canadian Journal of Public Health 107(6):e586-e589, 2016.
  6. Brunet J, Gunnell KE, Teixeira P, Sabiston CM, Bélanger M.  Should we be looking at the forest or the trees? Overall psychological needs satisfaction and individual needs as predictors of physical activity.  Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology 38:317-330, 2016.
  7. Burghard M, Knitel K, van Oost I, Tremblay MS, Takken T, and the Dutch Physical Activity Report Card Study Group. Is our youth cycling to health? Results from the Netherlands’ 2016 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13(Suppl 2):S218-S224, 2016.
  8. Cameron JD, Maras D, Sigal RJ, Kenny GP, Borghese MM, Chaput JP, Alberga AS, Goldfield GS. The mediating role of energy intake on the relationship between screen time behaviour and body mass index in adolescents with obesity: the HEARTY study. Appetite 107:437-444, 2016.
  9. Cameron JD, Sigal RJ, Kenny GP, Alberga AS, Prud’homme D, Phillips P, Doucette S, Goldfield GS. . Body composition and energy intake – skeletal muscle mass is the strongest predictor of food intake in obese adolescents: The HEARTY trial. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(6):611-617, 2016.
  10. Cameron JD, Goldfield GS, Riou MÈ, Finlayson GS, Blundell JE, Doucet É. Energy depletion by diet or aerobic exercise alone: impact of energy deficit modality on appetite parameters. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 103(4):1008-16, 2016.
  11. Campbell N, Gray C, Foley L, Maddison R, Prapavessis H. A domain specific approach for assessing physical activity efficacy in adolescents: from scale conception to predictive validity. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 22:20-26, 2016.
  12. Campbell N, Gaston A, Gray C, Rush E, Maddison R, Prapavessis P. The short questionnaire to assess health -enhancing (SQUASH) physical activity in adolescents: A validation using doubly labelled water. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13(2):154-158, 2016.
  13. Carson V, Hunter S, Kuzik N, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Chaput JP, Saunders TJ, Katzmarzyk PT, Okely AD, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Lee H, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of sedentary behaviour and health indicators in school- aged children and youth: an update. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):S240-S265, 2016.
  14. Carson V, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP, Chastin SFM. Associations between sleep duration, sedentary time, physical activity and health indicators among Canadian children and youth using compositional analyses. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):S294-S302, 2016.
  15. Carson V, Hunter S, Kuzik N, Wiebe SA, Spence JC, Friedman A, Tremblay MS, Slater L, Hinkley T. Systematic review of physical activity and cognitive development in early childhood. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 19:573-578, 2016.
  16. Chaput JP, Janssen I. Sleep duration estimates of Canadian children and adolescents. Journal of Sleep Research 25:541-548, 2016.
  17. Chaput JP. Les enfants sont-ils trop fatigués pour bouger? Journal Propulsion 29:19-22, 2016.
  18. Chaput JP, Dutil C. Lack of sleep as a contributor to obesity in adolescents: impacts on eating and activity behaviors. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 13:103, 2016.
  19. Chaput JP, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Carson V, Gruber R, Olds T, Weiss S, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Belanger K, Eryuzlu S, Callender L, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of the relationships between sleep duration and health indicators in school-aged children and youth. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):S266-S282, 2016.
  20. Chaput JP, Weippert M, LeBlanc AG, Hjorth MF, Michaelsen KF, Katzmarzyk PT, Tremblay MS, Barreira TV, Broyles ST, 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, Sjödin AM; for the ISCOLE Research Group. Are children like werewolves? Full moon  and  its  association with  sleep  and  activity  behaviors in  an  international sample of  children.  Frontiers in Pediatrics 4:24, 2016.
  21. Chaput JP, Genin PM, Le Moel B, Pereira B, Boirie Y, Duclos M, Thivel D. Lean adolescents achieve higher intensities but not higher energy expenditure while playing active video games compared with obese ones. Pediatric Obesity 11:102-106, 2016.
  22. Chaput JP. Is sleep deprivation a contributor to obesity in children? Eating and Weight Disorders 21:5-11, 2016.
  23. Chaput JP, LeBlanc AG. More on current status and needed research in G4H for children – The challenge. Games for Health Journal 5:13-14, 2016.
  24. Chaput JP, Tremblay A, Pereira B, Boirie Y, Duclos M, Thivel D. Food intake response to exercise and active video gaming in adolescents: effect of weight status. British Journal of Nutrition 115:547-553, 2016.
  25. 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 adolescents. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 70:104-108, 2016.
  26. Colapinto CK, O’Connor DL, Sampson M, Williams B, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of adverse health outcomes associated with high serum or red blood cell folate concentrations. Journal of Public Health 38(2):e84-e97, 2016.
  27. Faulkner G, White L, Raizi N, Latimer-Cheung AE, Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: Exploring the perceptions of stakeholders regarding their acceptability, barriers to uptake, and dissemination. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(6 suppl.3):S303-S310, 2016.
  28. Francis CE, Longmuir PE, Boyer C, Andersen LB, Barnes JD, Boiarskaia E, Cairney J, Faigenbaum AD, Faulkner G, Hands BP, Hay JA, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Kemper HCG, Knudson D, Lloyd M, McKenzie TL, Olds TS, Sacheck JM, Shephard RJ, Zhu W, Tremblay MS. The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Development of a model of children’s capacity for a healthy, active lifestyle through a Delphi process. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13:214-222, 2016.
  29. Gainforth HL, Jarvis JW, Berry TR, Chulak-Bozzer T, Deshpande S, Faulkner G, Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Tremblay MSLatimer-Cheung AE. Evaluating the ParticipACTION Think Again! Campaign. Health Education and Behavior 43(4):434-441, 2016.
  30. Garriguet D, Carson V, Colley RC, Janssen I, Timmons BW, Tremblay MS. Physical activity and sedentary behaviour of Canadian children aged 3 to 5. Health Reports 27(9):14-23, 2016.
  31. Goldfield GS, Harvey ALJ, Grattan KP, Temple V, Naylor PJ, Alberga AS, Ferraro ZM, Wilson S, Cameron JD, Barrowman N, Adamo KB. Effects of child care intervention on physical activity and body composition. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 51(2):225-31, 2016.
  32. Goldfield GS, Murray M, Maras D, Wilson AL, Phillips P, Kenny GP, Hadjiyannakis S, Alberga A, Cameron JD, Tulloch H, Sigal RJ.. Screen time is associated with depressive symptomatology among obese adolescents: a HEARTY study. European Journal of Pediatrics 175(7):909-919; 2016.
  33. Gunnell KE, Bélanger M, Brunet J. A tale of two models: changes in psychological need satisfaction and physical activity over 3 years. Health Psychology 35:167-177, 2016.
  34. Gunnell KE, Flament MF, Buchholz A, Henderson K A, Obeid N, Schubert N, Goldfield GS. Examining the bidirectional relationship between physical activity, screen time, and symptoms of anxiety and depression over time during adolescence. Preventive Medicine 88:147-152, 2016
  35. Gunnell KE, Brunet J, Sabiston CM, Bélanger M. Linking psychological need satisfaction and physical activity to health- related quality of life during adolescence: A test of direct, reciprocal, and mediating effects. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology 38:367-380, 2016.
  36. Harrington DM, Gillison F, Broyles ST, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, LeBlanc AG, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Katzmarzyk PT; ISCOLE Research Group. Household-level correlates of children’s physical activity levels in and across 12 countries. Obesity 24:2150-2157, 2016.
  37. Hjorth MF, Sjödin A, Dalskov SM, Damsgaard CT, Michaelsen KF, Biltoft-Jensen A, Andersen R, Ritz C, Chaput JP, Astrup A. Sleep duration modifies effects of free ad libitum school meals on adiposity and blood pressure. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41:33-40, 2016.
  38. Jayaraman GC, Roberts KC, Tremblay MS. Recent trends in the prevalence of overweight and obesity among Canadian children: Rood and Sharma. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 2016. cmaj.150854doi:10.1503/cmaj.150854.
  39. Katzmarzyk PT, Broyles ST, Champagne CM, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P. Relationship between soft drink consumption and obesity in 9-11 year old children in a multi-national study. Nutrients 8:770, 2016.
  40. Larouche R, Garriguet D, Gunnell KE, Goldfield GG, Tremblay MS. Outdoor time, physical activity and health-related indicators among children: the 2012-2013 Canadian Health Measures Survey. Health Reports 27(9):3-13, 2016.
  41. Larouche R, Faulkner G, Tremblay MS. Active travel and adults’ health: the 2007-2011 Canadian Health Measures Surveys. Health Reports 27(4):10-18, 2016.
  42. Larouche R, Tremblay MS, Goldfield GS. Association Between Active Travel and Depression: Some Clarifications Needed (Letter to the Editor). Journal of Adolescent Health 58:582-e586, 2016.
  43. Larouche R, Stone M, Buliung RN, Faulkner G. “I’d rather bike to school!”: profiling children who would prefer to cycle to school. Journal of Transport & Health 3:377-385, 2016
  44. Larouche R, Garriguet D,  Tremblay MS. Outdoor time,  physical activity and  sedentary behaviour among young children: the 2012-2013 Canadian Health Measures Survey. Canadian Journal of Public Health 107 (6):e500-e506, 2016.
  45. Latimer-Cheung AE, Copeland JL, Fowles J, Zehr L, Duggan M, Tremblay MS. The Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: Implications for practitioners, professionals, and organizations. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(6 suppl.3):S328-S335, 2016.
  46. LeBlanc AG, Boyer C, Borghese MM, Chaput JP, Leduc G, Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE. Canadian physical activity and screen time guidelines: do children know? Health Behavior and Policy Review 3:444-454, 2016.
  47. Lewis LK, Maher C, Belanger K, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP, Olds T. At the mercy of the gods: associations between weather, physical activity, and sedentary time in children. Pediatric Exercise Science 28:152-163, 2016.
  48. Lizotte C, Larouche R, LeBlanc AG, Longmuir PE, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP. Investigation of new correlates of physical literacy in children. Health Behavior and Policy Review 3:110-122, 2016.
  49. Longmuir PE, Tremblay MS. Top 10 research questions related to physical literacy. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 87:28-35, 2016.
  50. Longmuir PE, Yap L, Bravo C, Lee SL, Brandão L. Body contact risk during childhood physical activity: Feasibility of a novel method for objective measurements to inform the care of children at risk for bleeding injuries. Haemophilia 22(1):126-33, 2016.
  51. Mack DE, Wilson PM, Crouch M, Gunnell KE. Evaluating the quality and accuracy of online physical activity resources for individuals living with osteoporosis. Educational Gerontology 42:321-329, 2016.
  52. Mack DE, Wilson PM, Gunnell KE. Land of confusion: Unpacking the relationship between physical activity and well – being in individuals with osteoporosis. International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 10:212-229, 2016.
  53. Manyanga T, Makaza D, Mahachi C, Mlalazi TF, Masocha V, Makoni P, Tapera E, Khumalo B, Rutsate SH, Tremblay MS. Results from Zimbabwe’s 2016 Report Card on Physical Activity of Children and Youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13(Suppl 2):S337-S342, 2016.
  54. Manyanga T, Sellers EAC, Wicklow BA, Doupe M, Fransoo R. Is the change in body mass index among youth diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus associated with obesity at transition from pediatric to adult services? Pediatric Diabetes 17(8):599-607, 2016.
  55. Maras D, Obeid N, Flament M. Buchholz A, Henderson KA, Gick M, Goldfield GS. Attachment Style and Obesity: Disordered Eating Behaviors as a mediator in a community sample of Canadian youth. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 37(9):762-770, 2016.
  56. McVeigh JA,  Winkler  EAH,  Howie  EK,  Tremblay  MS,  Smith  A,  Abbott  RA  Eastwood  PR,  Healy  GN,  Straker  LM. Objectively measured patterns of sedentary time and physical activity in young adults of the Raine Study cohort. International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity 13:41, 2016.
  57. Michaud I, Chaput JP. Are Canadian children and adolescents sleep deprived? Public Health 141:126-129, 2016.
  58. Murray M, Maras D, Goldfield GS. Excessive time on social networking sites and disordered eating behaviors among undergraduate students: Appearance and weight esteem as mediating pathways. Cyberpsychology, Behaviour and Social Networking 19(12):709-715, 2016.
  59. Muthuri SK, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS, Broyles ST, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Church TS, Katzmarzyk PT; ISCOLE Research Group. Relationships between parental education and overweight with child hood overweight and physical activity in 9-11 year old children: results from a 12-country study. PLoS One 11:e0147746, 2016.
  60. Muthuri SK, Wachira L-JM, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Associations between parental perceptions of the neighbourhood environment and childhood physical activity: Results from ISCOLE-Kenya. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13:333-343, 2016.
  61. Nielsen MS, Quist JS, Chaput JP, Dalskov SM, Damsgaard CT, Ritz C, Astrup A, Michaelsen KF, Sjödin A, Hjorth MF. Physical activity, sedentary time, and sleep and the association with inflammatory markers and adiponectin in 8 – to 11-year-old Danish children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13:733-739, 2016.
  62. Ockenden H, Gunnell KE, Giles A, Nerenberg K, Goldfield G, Manyanga T, Adamo K. Development and preliminary validation of a comprehensive questionnaire to assess women’s knowledge and perception of the current weight gain guidelines during pregnancy. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 13:1-18, 2016.
  63. Oyeyemi AL, Kasoma SS, Onywera VO, Assah F, Adedoyin RA, Conway TL, Moss SJ, Ocansey R, Kolbe-Alexander TL, Akinroye KK, Prista A, Larouche R, Gavand KA, Cain KL, Lambert EV, Aryeetey R, Bartels C, Tremblay MS, Sallis JF. NEWS for Africa: Adaptation and reliability of a built environment questionnaire for physical activity in seven African countries. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 13:33, 2016.
  64. Pfaeffli Dale L, LeBlanc AG, Orr K, Berry T, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung AE, O’Reilly N, Rhodes RE, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G. Canadian physical activity guidelines for adults: are Canadians aware? Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41:1008-1011, 2016.
  65. Poitras VJ, Gray CE, Borghese MM, Carson V, Chaput JP, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Pate R, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of the relationships between objectively measured physical activity and health indicators in school-aged children and youth. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):S197- S239, 2016.
  66. Quist JS, Sjödin A, Chaput JP, Hjorth MF. Sleep and cardiometabolic risk in children and adolescents. Sleep Medicine Reviews 29:76-100, 2016.
  67. Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Berry T, Deshpande S, Faulkner G, Latimer-Cheung A, O’Reilly N, Tremblay MS. Understanding action control of parent support behavior for child physical activity. Health Psychology 35(2):131-140, 2016.
  68. Roman-Viñas B, Chaput JP, Katzmarzyk PT, Fogelholm M, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Tremblay MS and for the ISCOLE Research Group. Proportion of children meeting recommendations for 24-hour movement guidelines and associations with adiposity in a 12-country study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 13:123, 2016.
  69. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Chaput JP. Use of social networking sites and alcohol consumption among adolescents. Public Health 139:88-95, 2016.
  70. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Chaput JP, Hamilton HA, Larouche R. School bus travel is associated with bullying victimization among Canadian male, but not female, middle and high school students. Child Abuse & Neglect 58:141-148, 2016.
  71. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Chaput JP. Use of social networking sites and adherence to physical activity and screen time recommendations in adolescents. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13:474-480, 2016.
  72. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Chaput JP, Hamilton HA. Use of social networking sites and perception and intentions regarding body weight among adolescents. Obesity Science and Practice 2:32-39, 2016.
  73. Saunders TJ, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Chaput JP, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Olds T, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Tremblay MS, Carson V. Combinations of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep: relationships with health indicators in school-aged children and youth. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):S283-S293, 2016.
  74. Silva DAS, Tremblay M, Pelegrini A, Silva RJS, Cabral de Oliveira AC, Petroski EL. Association between aerobic fitness and high blood pressure in adolescents in Brazil: evidence for criterion-referenced cut-points. Pediatric Exercise Science 28:312-320, 2016.
  75. Stephens SL, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G, Beyene J, Nguyen TH, Koohsary S, Limenis E, Feldman BM. Validity of the Stage of Exercise Scale in children with rheumatologic conditions. Journal of Rheumatology 43:2189-2198, 2016.
  76. Stephens S, Takken T, Esliger DW, Pullenayegum E, Beyene J, Tremblay MS, Schneiderman JE, Biggar D, Longmuir P, McCrindle B, Abad A, Ignas DM, van der Net J, Feldman BM. Validation of accelerometer prediction equations in children with chronic disease. Pediatric Exercise Science 28:117-132, 2016.
  77. Traversy GP, Chaput JP. Obese children do not need to increase their physical activity any more than their lean counterparts do. Frontiers in Pediatrics 4:35, 2016.
  78. Tremblay MS, Carson V, Chaput JP. Introduction to the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):iii-iv, 2016.
  79. Tremblay MS, Carson V, Chaput JP, Connor Gorber S, Dinh T, Duggan M, Faulkner G, Gray CE, Gruber R, Janson K, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Kho ME, Latimer-Cheung AE, LeBlanc C, Okely AD, Olds T, Pate RR, Phillips A, Poitras VJ, Rodenburg S, Sampson M, Saunders TJ, Stone JA, Stratton G, Weiss SK, Zehr L. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):S311-S327, 2016.
  80. Tremblay MS, Gonzalez SA, Katzmarzyk PT, Onywera VO, Reilly JJ, Tomkinson G. Introduction to the Global Matrix 2.0: Report Card Grades on the Physical Activity of Children and Youth Comparing 38 Countries. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13(Suppl 2):S85-S86, 2016.
  81. Tremblay MS, Barnes JD, González SA, Katzmarzyk PT, Onywera VO, Reilly JJ, Tomkinson GR, and the Global Matrix 2.0 Research Team (Aguilar-Farias N, Akinroye KK, Al-Kuwari MG, Amornsriwatanakul A, Aubert S, Belton S, Gołdys A, Herrera-Cuenca M, Jeon JY, Jürimäe J, Katapally TR, Lambert EV, Larsen LR, Liu Y, Löf M, Loney T, López y Taylor JR, Maddison R, Manyanga T, Morrison SA, Mota J, Murphy MH, Nardo Junior N, Ocansey RT-A, Prista A, Roman-Viñas B, Schranz NK, Seghers J, Sharif R, Standage M, Stratton G, Takken T, Tammelin TH, Tanaka C, Tang Y, Wong SH). Global Matrix 0: Report Card Grades on the Physical Activity of Children and Youth Comparing 38 Countries. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13(Suppl 2):S343-S366, 2016.
  82. Valois DD, Novoa DC, Davis CG. Since you’ve been gone: Coping with a relationship breakup. Journal of Interpersonal Relations, Intergroup Relations and Identity 9:10-21, 20.
  83. White L, Luciani A, Berry TR, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung A, O’Reilly N, Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G. Sports Day in Canada: A longitudinal evaluation. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education 54(1):12-23, 201.
  84. Zhao P, Liu E, Qiao Y, 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, Hu G; for the ISCOLE Research Group. Maternal gestational diabetes and childhood obesity at age 9 -11: results of a multinational study. Diabetologia 59:2339-2348.
2015
  1. Adamo KB, Colley RC, Hadjiyannakis S & Goldfield GS. Physical activity and sedentary behavior in obese youth. Journal of Pediatrics 166(5):1270-1275, 2015.
  2. Alberga AS, Prud’homme D, Kenny GP, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Gougeon R, Phillips P, Malcolm J, Wells G, Doucette S, Ma J, Sigal RJ. Effects of aerobic and resistance training on abdominal fat, apolipoproteins and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein in adolescents with obesity: the HEARTY randomized clinical trial. International Journal of Obesity 39(10):1494-1500, 2015.
  3. Babic I, Ferraro ZM, Garbedian K, Oulette A, Ball CG, Moretti F, Gruslin A. Intraplacental Villous Artery Resistance Indices and Identification of Placenta Mediated Diseases. Journal of Perinatology 35(10):793-798, 2015.
  4. Ball GDC, Avis JLS, Buchholz A, Bridger T, Chanoine JP, Hadjiyannakis S, Hamilton JK, Legault L, Morrison KM, Wareham A, Jetha MM. Beyond Weight Loss: Experiences and Insights Related to Working Effectively with Families and Operating within the Health Care System to Manage Pediatric Obesity. Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine 19:187-193, 2015.
  5. Barreira TV, Schuna Jr. JM, Tudor-Locke C, Chaput J-P, Church TS, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds TS, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Zhao P, Katzmarzyk PT, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Reliability of accelerometer-determined physical activity and sedentary behavior in school aged children: A 12 country study. International Journal of Obesity 5:S29-S35, 2015.
  6. Barreira TV, Schuna Jr. JM, Mire EF, Katzmarzyk PT, Chaput JP, Leduc G, Tudor-Locke C. Identifying children’s nocturnal sleep using 24-h waist accelerometry. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 47:937-943, 2015.
  7. 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. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 12:60, 2015.
  8. Borghese MM, Tremblay MS, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, LeBlanc AG, Francis C, Chaput JP. Television viewing and food intake during television viewing pattern of normal weight, overweight, and obese 9- to 11-year-old Canadian children: A cross-sectional analysis. Journal of Nutritional Science 4(e8):1-9, 2015.
  9. Borkhoff CM, Heale LD, Anderson LN, Tremblay MS, Maguire JL, Parkin PC, Birken CS, on behalf of the TARGet Kids! Collaboration. Objectively measured physical activity of young Canadian children using accelerometry. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 40:1302-1308, 2015.
  10. Brett KE, Ferraro ZM, Wilson S, Adamo KB. Self-report Pregnancy Physical Activity Questionnaire overestimates physical activity. Canadian Journal of Public Health 106(5):e297–e302, 2015.
  11. Brett KE, Ferraro ZM, Holcik M, Adamo KB. Prenatal physical activity and diet composition affects the expression of nutrient transporters and mTOR signalling molecules in the human placenta. Placenta 36(2):204-12, 2015.
  12. Broyles ST, Denstel KD, Church TS, Chaput J-P, 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. The epidemiological transition and the global childhood obesity epidemic. International Journal of Obesity 5:S3-S8, 2015.
  13. Broyles ST, Drazba KT, Church TS, Chaput J-P, 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. Development and reliability of an audit tool to assess the school physical activity environment across 12 countries. International Journal of Obesity 5:S36-S42, 2015.
  14. Brunet J, Gunnell, KE, Gaudreau P, Sabiston CM. An integrative analytical framework for understanding the effects of autonomous and controlled motivation. Personality and Individual Differences 84:2-15, 2015.
  15. Brussoni M, Gibbons R, Gray C, Ishikawa T, Sandseter EBH, Bienenstock A, Chabot G, Fuselli P, Herrington S, Janssen I, Pickett W, Power M, Stanger N, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. What is the relationship between risky outdoor play and health in children? A systematic review. International Journal of Environment Research and Public Health 12:6423-6454, 2015.
  16. Carson V, Kuzik N, Hunter S, Wiebe SA, Spence JC, Friedman A, Tremblay MS, Slater LG, Hinkley T. Systematic review of sedentary behavior and cognitive development in early childhood. Preventive Medicine 78:115-122, 2015.
  17. Carson V, Faulkner G, Sabiston CM, Tremblay MS, Leatherdale S. Patterns of movement behaviors and their association with overweight and obesity in youth. International Journal of Public Health 60:551-559, 2015.
  18. Chaput J-P, Katzmarzyk PT, LeBlanc AG, Tremblay MS, Barreira TV, Broyles ST, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Rae DE, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Olds T, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Associations between sleep patterns and lifestyle behaviors in children: An international comparison. International Journal of Obesity 5:S59-S65, 2015.
  19. Chaput J-P, Saunders TJ, Tremblay MS, Katzmarzyk PT, Tremblay A, Bouchard C. Workplace standing time and the incidence of obesity and Type 2 Diabetes: A longitudinal study in adults. BMC Public Health 15(111):1-7, 2015.
  20. Chaput JP, Gribbon A. Compensation in physical activity energy expenditure after active video games: role of sample size and analysis. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 102:1616-1617, 2015.
  21. Chaput JP, Schwartz C, Boirie Y, Duclos M, Tremblay A, Thivel D. Energy intake adaptations to acute isoenergetic active video game and exercise are similar in obese adolescents. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 69:1267-1271, 2015.
  22. Chaput JP. Sleeping more to improve appetite and body weight control: dream or reality? American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 101:5-6, 2015.
  23. Chaput JP. Diabetes risk increased between spouses. Evidence Based Nursing 18:28, 2015.
  24. Colapinto CK, O’Connor DL, Dubois L, Tremblay MS. Prevalence and correlates of high red blood cell folate concentrations in the Canadian population using three proposed cut-offs. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 40:1025-1030, 2015.
  25. Craig CL, Bauman A, Latimer-Cheung A, Rhodes RE, Faulkner G, Berry TR, Tremblay MS, Spence JC. An evaluation of the My ParticipACTION campaign to increase self-efficacy for being more physically active. Journal of Health Communications 20:995-1001, 2015.
  26. da Silva DF, Bianchini JA, Lopera CA, Capelato DA, Hintze LJ, Nardo CC, Ferraro ZM, Nardo Junior N. Impact of readiness to change behavior on the effects of a multidisciplinary intervention in obese Brazilian children and adolescents. Appetite 87:229-35, 2015.
  27. Denstel KD, Broyles ST, Larouche R, Sarmiento OL, Barreira TV, Chaput J-P, Church TS, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Katzmarzyk PT, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Active school transport and weekday physical activity in 9-11 year old children from 12 countries. International Journal of Obesity 5:S100-S106, 2015.
  28. Deshpande S, Berry T, Faulkner G, Latimer-Cheung A, Rhodes R, Tremblay MS. Comparing the influence of dynamic and static versions of media in evaluating physical-activity promotion ads. Social Marketing Quarterly 21:135-141, 2015.
  29. Ennis J, Rohde K, Chaput JP, Buchholz A, Katz SL. Facilitators and barriers to noninvasive ventilation adherence in youth with nocturnal hypoventilation secondary to obesity or neuromuscular disease. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 11:1409-1416, 2015.
  30. Ferraro ZM, Contador F, Tawfiq A, Adamo KB, Gaudet L. Gestational Weight Gain and Medical Outcomes of Pregnancy. Obstetric Medicine 8(3):133-137, 2015.
  31. Ferraro ZM, Adamo KB. Letter to the editor: Maternal, Paternal, and Societal Efforts Are Needed to “Cure” Childhood Obesity. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 90(4): 555, 2015.
  32. Ferraro ZM, Patterson S, Chaput JP. Unhealthy weight control practices: culprits and clinical recommendations. Clinical Medicine Insights: Endocrinology and Diabetes 8:7-11, 2015.
  33. Filion AJ, Darlington G, Chaput JP, Ybarra M, Haines J. Examining the influence of a text message-based sleep and physical activity intervention among young adult smokers in the United States. BMC Public Health 15: 671, 2015.
  34. Flament MF, Buchholz A, Henderson K, Obeid N, Maras D, Schubert N, Paterniti, S, Goldfield GS. Comparative distribution and validity of DSM-IV and DSM-5 diagnoses of eating disorders in adolescents from the community. European Eating Disorders Review, 23(2):100-110, 2015.
  35. Flament MF, Henderson K, Buchholz A, Obeid N, Nguyen H, Birmingham M & Goldfield GS. Weight status and DSM-5 diagnoses of eating disorders in adolescents from the Community. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 54(5):403-411, 2015.
  36. Gaudreau P, Gunnell KE, Hoar SD, Thompson A, Leliève J. Optimism, pessimism, and Coping in a Dual-Domain Model of Sport and School Satisfaction. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 4: 140-152, 2015.
  37. Goldfield GS, Cameron JD, Murray M, Maras D, Wilson AL, Phillips P, Kenny GP, Hadjiyannakis S, Alberga AS, Tulloch H, Doucette S, Sigal RJ. Screen time is independently associated with health-related quality of life in overweight and obese adolescents. Acta Paediatrica 104(10):e448-54, 2015.
  38. Goldfield GS, Kenny GP, Alberga AS, Prud’homme D, Hadjiyannakis S, Gougeon R, Phillips P, Tulloch H, Malcolm J, Doucette S, Wells GA, Ma J, Cameron JD, Sigal RJ. Effects of aerobic training, resistance training, or both on psychological health in adolescents with obesity: The HEARTY randomized controlled trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 83(6):1123-35, 2015.
  39. Gray C, Gibbons R, Larouche R, Sandseter EBH, Bienenstock A, Brussoni M, Chabot G, Herrington S, Janssen I, Pickett W, Power M, Stanger N, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. What is the relationship between outdoor time and physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and physical fitness in in children? A systematic review. International Journal of Environment Research and Public Health 12:6455-6474, 2015.
  40. Gribbon A, McNeil J, Jay O, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP. Active video games and energy balance in male adolescents: a randomized crossover trial. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 101:1126-1134, 2015.
  41. Gunnell KE, Brunet J, Wing E K, Bélanger M. Perceived barriers to physical activity in adolescents. Pediatric Exercise Science 27: 252-261, 2015.
  42. Gunnell KE, Gaudreau P. Testing a Bi-Factor Model to Disentangle General and Specific Factors of Motivation in Self-Determination Theory. Personality and Individual Differences 81: 35-40, 2015.
  43. Herman KM, Chaput JP, Sabiston CM, Mathieu ME, Tremblay A, Paradis G. Combined physical activity/sedentary behaviour associations with indices of adiposity in 8- to 10-year-old children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 12:20-29, 2015.
  44. Katzmarzyk PT, Barreira TV, Broyles ST, Chaput J-P, 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, Church TS, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Association between body mass index and body fat in 9-11 year old children from countries spanning a range of human development. International Journal of Obesity 5:S43-S46, 2015.
  45. Katzmarzyk PT, Barreira TV, Broyles ST, Champagne CM, Chaput J-P, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Johnson WD, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds TS, Onywera VO, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Church TS for the ISCOLE Research Group. Physical activity, sedentary time and obesity in an international sample of children. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 47:2062-2069, 2015.
  46. Katzmarzyk PT, Barreira TV, Broyles ST, Champagne CM, Chaput J-P, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Johnson WD, 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, Church TS, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Relationship between lifestyle behaviours and obesity in 9-11 year old children: Results from a 12-country study. Obesity 23:1696-1702, 2015.
  47. Lang JJ, McNeil J, Tremblay MS, Saunders TJ. Sit less, stand more: A randomized point-of-decision prompt intervention to reduce sedentary time. Preventive Medicine 73:67-69, 2015.
  48. Larouche R, Sarmiento OL, Broyles ST, Denstel KD, Katzmarzyk PT, Church TS, Chaput J-P, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Tremblay MS, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Are the correlates of active school transport context-specific? International Journal of Obesity 5:S89-S99, 2015.
  49. Larouche R, Laurencelle L, Shephard RJ, Trudeau F. Should the curricular time allocated to school physical education be increased? Insights from participants in a follow-up of the Trois-Rivières study. The Physical Educator 72:701-720, 2015.
  50. Larouche R. Built environment features that promote cycling in school-aged children. Current Obesity Reports 4(4): 494-503, 2015.
  51. Larouche, R., Laurencelle, L., Shephard, R.J. & Trudeau, F. (2015). Daily physical education in primary school and physical activity in midlife: the Trois-Rivières study. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 55, 527-534.
  52. LeBlanc AG, Katzmarzyk PT, Barreira TV, Broyles ST, Chaput J-P, Church TS, Fogelholm M, Harrington DM, 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. Are participant characteristics from ISCOLE study sites comparable to the rest of their country? International Journal of Obesity 5:S9-S16, 2015.
  53. LeBlanc AG, Berry T, Deshpande S, Duggan M, Faulkner G, Latimer-Cheung AE, O’Reilly N, Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Knowledge and awareness of Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines: a synthesis of existing evidence. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 40:716-724, 2015.
  54. LeBlanc AG, Katzmarzyk PT, Barreira TV, Broyles ST, Chaput J-P, Church TS, Fogelholm M, Harrington DM, 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. Correlates of total sedentary time and screen time in 9-11 year-old children around the world: The International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment. PLOS ONE 10(6):e0129622.
  55. LeBlanc AG, Broyles ST, Chaput J-P, Leduc G, Boyer C, Borghese MM, Tremblay MS. Correlates of objectively measured sedentary time and self-reported screen time in Canadian children. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 12:38, 2015.
  56. Longmuir PE, Boyer C, Lloyd M, Yang Y, Boiarskaia E, Zhu W, Tremblay MS. The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: methods for children in grades 4 to 6 (8 to 12 years). BMC Public Health 15:767, 2015.
  57. Longmuir PE, Corey M, Faulkner G, Russell JL, McCrindle BW. Children after Fontan have strength and body composition similar to healthy peers and can successfully participate in daily moderate-to-vigorous physical activity. Pediatric Cardiology 36(4):759-767, 2015.
  58. Longmuir PE. New concepts in the assessment of exercise capacity among children with congenital heart disease: Looking beyond heart function and mortality. Journal of Cardiology and Therapy 2(1):255-260, 2015.
  59. Ly C, Yockell-Lelièvre J, Ferraro ZM, Arnason JT, Ferrier J, Gruslin A. The effects of dietary polyphenols on reproductive health and early development. Human Reproduction Update 21(2):228-48, 2015.
  60. Manyanga T, da Silva DF, Ferraro ZM, Harvey ALJ, Wilson S, Ockenden HM, Adamo KB. The effects of culture on guideline discordant gestational weight gain: a systematic review protocol. Systematic Reviews 4(1):145, 2015.
  61. Maras D, Flament MF, Murray M, Buchholz A, Henderson KA, Obeid N, Goldfield GS. Screen time is associated with depression and anxiety in Canadian youth. Preventive Medicine 73:133-138, 2015.
  62. McNeil J, Tremblay MS, Leduc G, Boyer C, Bélanger P, LeBlanc AG, Borghese MM, Chaput J-P. Objectively-measured sleep and its association with adiposity and physical activity in a sample of Canadian children. Journal of Sleep Research 24:131-139, 2015.
  63. Michaud I, Chaput JP, O’Loughlin J, Tremblay A, Mathieu ME. Long duration of stressful homework as a potential obesogenic factor in children: A QUALITY study. Obesity 23:815-822, 2015.
  64. Mikkilä V, Vepsäläinen H, Saloheimo T, Gonzalez SA, Meisel JD, Hu G, Champagne CM, Chaput JP, Church TS, Katzmarzyk PT, 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, Fogelholm M for the ISCOLE Research Group. An international comparison of food consumption patterns in 9-11 year old children. International Journal of Obesity 5:S17-S21, 2015.
  65. Molena-Fernandes C, Bersani-Amado CA, Ferraro ZM, Hintze LJ, Nardo N Jr, Cuman RK. Effects of exercise and metformin on the prevention of glucose intolerance: a comparative study. Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biology Research 48(12):1101-8, 2015.
  66. Muthuri S, Wachira L-J, Onywera V, Tremblay MS. Direct and self-reported measures of physical activity and sedentary behaviours by weight status in school-aged children: results from ISCOLE-Kenya. Annals of Human Biology 42:237-245, 2015.
  67. Page R, Ferraro ZM, Fung Kee Fung K. The value of summer studentships to help shape undergraduate career trajectories. Interdisciplinary Journal of Health Sciences 5 (1): 25-30, 2015.
  68. Paquette S, Ferraro ZM, L Oppenheimer. Letter to the editor: in response. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 37(3):206, 2015.
  69. Poitras VJ, Bentley RF, Hopkins-Rosseel DH, LaHaye SA, Tschakovsky ME. Independent effect of type 2 diabetes beyond characteristic comorbidities and medications on immediate but not continued knee extensor exercise hyperemia. Journal of Applied Physiology 119(3):202-12, 2015.
  70. Poitras VJ, Bentley RF, Hopkins-Rosseel DH, LaHaye SA, Tschakovsky ME. Lack of independent effect of type 2 diabetes beyond characteristic comorbidities and medications on small muscle mass exercising muscle blood flow and exercise tolerance. Physiological Reports 3(8):e12487, 2015.
  71. Qiao Y, Ma J, Wang Y, Li W, Katzmarzyk PT, Chaput J-P, Fogelholm M, Johnson WD, 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, Church TS, Zhao P, Hu G, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Birth weight and childhood obesity: A 12-country study. International Journal of Obesity 5:S74-S79, 2015.
  72. Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Berry T, Deshpande S, Faulkner G, Latimer-Cheung AE, O’Reilly N, Tremblay MS. Predicting changes across 12 months in three types of parental support behaviors and mother’s perceptions of child physical activity. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 49(6):853-864, 2015.
  73. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Chaput JP, Hamilton HA. Associations between the use of social networking sites and unhealthy eating behaviours and excess body weight in adolescents. British Journal of Nutrition 114:1941-1947, 2015.
  74. Sarker H, Anderson LN, Borkhoff CM, Abreo K, Tremblay MS, Lebovic G, Maguire JL, Parkin PC, Birken CS and The TARGet Kids Collaboration. Validation of parent-reported physical activity and sedentary time by accelerometry in young children. BMC Research Notes 8:735, 2015.
  75. Sarmiento OL, Lemoine P, Gonzalez SA, Broyles ST, Denstel KD, Larouche R, Onywera V, Barreira TV, Chaput J-P, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Church TS, Katzmarzyk PT, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Relationships between active school transport and adiposity indicators in school age children from low-, middle- and high-income countries. International Journal of Obesity 5:S107-S114, 2015.
  76. Sharma AK, Metzger DL, Daymont C, Hadjiyannakis S, Rodd CJ. LMS tables for waist circumference and waist-height ratio Z-scores in children aged 5-19 y in HANES III: Association with cardio-metabolic risks. Pediatric Research Volume:78:723–729, 2015.
  77. Silva DAS, Tremblay MS, Pelegrini A, Ferreira de Lima Silva JM, Petroski EL. Low aerobic fitness in Brazilian adolescents. Brazilian Journal of Sports Medicine (Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte) 21(2):94-98, 2015.
  78. Spence JC, Faulkner G, Costas Bradstreet C, Duggan M, Tremblay MS. Active Canada 20/20: A physical activity plan for Canada. Canadian Journal of Public Health 106(8):e470-e473, 2015.
  79. Spettigue W, Maras D, Obeid N, Henderson KA, Buchholz A, Gomez R & Norris ML. A psycho-education intervention for parents of adolescents with eating disorders: a randomized controlled trial. Eating Disorders: Journal of Treatment and Prevention 23:60-75, 2015.
  80. 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):414-22, 2015.
  81. Traversy G, Chaput JP. Alcohol consumption and obesity: an update. Current Obesity Reports 4:122-130, 2015.
  82. Tremblay MS, Feng M, Garriguet D, Ball GDC, Buchholz A, Chanoine J-P, Lambert M, Morrison KM. Canadian Pediatric Weight Management Registry (CANPWR): Baseline descriptive statistics and comparison to Canadian norms. BMC Obesity 2:29, 2015.
  83. Tremblay MS, Gray C, Babcock S, Barnes J, Costas Bradstreet C, Carr D, Chabot G, Choquette L, Chorney D, Collyer C, Herrington S, Janson K, Janssen I, Larouche R, Pickett W, Power M, Sandseter EBH, Simon B, Brussoni M. Position Statement on Active Outdoor Play. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 12:6475-6505, 2015.
  84. Tremblay MS, Gonzalez SA, Katzmarzyk PT, Onywera VO, Reilly JJ, Tomkinson G, for the Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance. Physical activity report cards: Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance and the Lancet Physical Activity Observatory. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 12:297-298, 2015.
  85. Tremblay MS on behalf of the Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance. Coordinated efforts in the reporting of global physical activity. The Lancet 385(9962):28, 2015.
  86. Tudor-Locke C, Mire EF, Barreira TV, Schuna Jr. JM, Chaput J-P, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kurpad A, Kuriyan R, Lambert EV, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Zhao P, Church TS, Katzmarzyk PT, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Nocturnal sleep-related variables from 24-hour free-living waist-worn accelerometry. International Journal of Obesity 5:S47-S52, 2015.
  87. Tudor-Locke C, Mire EF, Dentro KN, Barreira TV, Schuna Jr. JM, Zhao P, Tremblay MS, Standage M, Sarmiento OL, Onywera V, Matsudo V, Olds T, Maia J, Maher C, Lambert EV, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Hu G, Fogelholm M, Chaput J-P, Church TS, Katzmarzyk PT, for the ISCOLE Research Group. A model for presenting accelerometer paradata in large studies: ISCOLE. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 12:52, 2015.
  88. Tudor-Locke C, Barreira TV, Schuna JM, Mire EF, Chaput J-P, 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, Zhao P, Church TS, Katzmarzyk PT. Improving wear time compliance with a 24-hour waist-worn accelerometer protocol in the International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment (ISCOLE). International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 12:11, 2015.
  89. Valladares M, Obregon AM, Chaput JP. Association between genetic variants of the clock gene and obesity and sleep duration. Journal of Physiology and Biochemistry 71:855-860, 2015.
  90. Vepsäläinen H, Mikkilä V, Erkkola M, Broyles ST, Chaput J-P, 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, Church TS, Katzmarzyk PT, Fogelholm M, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Association between home and school food environments and dietary patterns among 9-11 year old children in 12 countries. International Journal of Obesity 5:S66-S73, 2015.
  91. Wijndaele K, Westgate K, Stephens SK, Blair SN, Bull FC, Chastin SFM, Dunstan DW, Ekelund U, Esliger DW, Freedson PS, Granat MH, Matthews CE, Owen N, Rowlands AV, Sherar LB, Tremblay MS, Troiano RP, Brage S, Healy GN. Utilization and harmonization of adult accelerometry data: review and expert consensus. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 47:2129-2139, 2015.
  92. Yardley JE, Kenny GP, Perkins BA, Riddell MC, Goldfield GS, Donovan L, Hadjiyannakis S, Wells GA, Phillips P, Sigal RJ. Resistance Exercise in Already-Active Diabetic Individuals (READI): Study rationale, design and methods for a randomized controlled trial of resistance and aerobic exercise in type 1 diabetes. Contemporary Clinical Trials 41:129-138, 2015.
  93. Zakrzewski JK, Gillison FB, Cumming S, Church TS, Katzmarzyk PT, Broyles ST, Champagne CM, Chaput J-P, Denstel KD, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Mire EF, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Standage M, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Associations between breakfast frequency and adiposity indicators in children from 12 countries. International Journal of Obesity Suppl. 5:S80-S88, 2015.
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.
2013
  1. Adamo KB, Goldfield GS, Colapinto C, Harvey A, Grattan K, Barrowman N. Evaluating a Fruit and Vegetable program consumption in Eastern Ontario schools. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice & Research 74:167-174, 2013.
  2. Adamo KB, Wilson S, Belanger K, Chaput JP. Later bedtime is associated with greater daily energy intake and screen time in obese adolescents independent of sleep duration. Journal of Sleep Disorders & Therapy 2: 126, 2013.
  3. Adamo KB, Brett KE. Parental Perceptions and childhood dietary quality. Maternal and Child Health Journal DOI 10.1007/s10995-013-1326-6,  2013.
  4. Adamo KB, Ferraro Z, Keely E, Stacey D, Goldfield G, Hadjiyannakis S, Walker M, Barrowman N. The maternal obesity management (MOM) trial protocol: a lifestyle intervention during pregnancy to minimize downstream obesity. Contemporary Clinical Trials 35: 87-96, 2013.
  5. Alberga A, Medd ER, Adamo KB, Goldfield GS, Prud’homme D, Kenny G, Sigal RJ. Top 10 practical lessons learned from physical activity interventions with overweight and obese children and adolescents. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 38(3):249-58, 2013.
  6. Banks L, McCrindle BW, Russell JL, Longmuir PE. Optimal physiological response to sub-maximal exercise in children after the Fontan procedure. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 45(4): 615-621. DOI: 10.1249/MSS.0b013e31827b0b20, 2013.
  7. Baranowski T, Adamo KB, Hingle M, Maddison R, Maloney A, Simons M, Staiano A. Gaming, Adiposity, and Obesogenic Behaviors Among Children (Roundtable Discussion) Games for Health Journal: Research, Development, and Clinical Applications 2(3):119-126, 2013.
  8. Barnes JD, Colley RC, Borghese M, Janson K, Fink A, Tremblay MS. Results from the Active Healthy Kids Canada 2012 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Pediatrics and Child Health18(6):301-304, 2013.
  9. Belanger K, Breithaupt P, Colley RC, Rutherford J, Ferarro ZM, Hadjiyannakis S, Adamo KB. Rate of perceived exertion during maximal and submaximal fitness testing: do obese children work as hard as they think?  Clinical Medicine Insights: Pediatrics 7:35–40, 2013.
  10. Borghese M, Chaput JP. Television viewing promoting obesity in children: do we really know the mechanism? Bioenergetics Open Access 2: e113, 2013.
  11. Boyer C, Tremblay MS, Saunders TJ, McFarlane A, Borghese M, Lloyd M, Longmuir PE. Feasibility, validity and reliability of the plank isometric hold as a field-based assessment of muscular endurance for children 8 to 12 years of age. Pediatric Exercise Science25:407-422, 2013.
  12. Cameron JD, Riou ME, Tesson F, Goldfield GS, Rabasa-Lhoret R, Brochu M, Doucet E. The TaqIA RFLP is associated with attenuated intervention-induced body weight loss and increased carbohydrate intake in post-menopausal obese women. Appetite 60C: 111-116, 2013.
  13. Carson V, LeBlanc C, Moreau E, Tremblay MS. Paediatricians’ awareness of, agreement with, and use of the new Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for ages 0-17 years. Paediatrics and Child Health18(10):538-542, 2013.
  14. Carson V, Tremblay MS, Spence JC, Timmons BW, Janssen I. The Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for the Early Years (zero to four years of age) and screen time among children from Kingston, Ontario. Pediatrics and Child Health18(1):25-28, 2013.
  15. Carson V, Cliff DP, Janssen X, Okely AD. Longitudinal levels and bouts of sedentary behavior among adolescent girls. BMC: Pediatrics 13(1) 173-178, 2013.
  16. Carson V, Ridgers ND, Howard BJ, Winkler EAH, Healy GN, Owen N, Dunstan DW, Salmon J. Light-intensity physical activity and cardiometabolic biomarkers in US adolescents. PLOS ONE 8 (8): e71417, 2013.
  17. Carson V, Salmon J, Arundell L, Ridgers ND, Cerin E, Brown H, Hesketh KD, Ball K, Chinapaw M, Yildirim M, Daly RM, Dunstan DW, Crawford D. The examination of mid-intervention mediated effects on objectively assessed sedentary time among children in the Transform-Us! Clustered-randomized control trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 10 (1): 62-72, 2013.
  18. Carter MA, Dubois L, Tremblay MS, Taljaard M. The influence of place on weight gain during early childhood: a population-based longitudinal study. Journal of Urban Health 90(2):224-239, 2013.
  19. Chaput JP, LeBlanc AG,  McFarlane A, Colley RC, Thivel D, Biddle SJH, Maddison R, Leatherdale ST, Tremblay MS. Active Healthy Kids Canada’s Position on Active Video Games for Children and Youth. Paediatrics & Child Health18:529-532, 2013.
  20. Chaput J-P, LeBlanc AG, Goldfield GS, Tremblay MS. Are active video games useful in increasing physical activity and addressing obesity in children? JAMA Pediatrics167:677-678, 2013.
  21. Chaput J-P, Saunders TJ, Mathieu M-E, Henderson M, Tremblay MS, O’Loughlin J, Tremblay A. Combined associations between moderate to vigorous physical activity and sedentary behavior with cardiometabolic risk factors in children. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism38:477-483, 2013.
  22. Chaput JP, McNeil J, Després JP, Bouchard C, Tremblay A. Seven to eight hours of sleep a night is associated with a lower prevalence of the metabolic syndrome and reduced overall cardiometabolic risk in adults. PLoS ONE 8: e72832, 2013.
  23. Chaput JP, McNeil J, Després JP, Bouchard C, Tremblay A. Short sleep duration as a risk factor for the development of the metabolic syndrome in adults. Preventive Medicine 57: 872-877, 2013.
  24. Colley RC, Garriguet D, Adamo KB, Carson V, Janssen I, Timmons BW, Tremblay MS.Physical activity and sedentary behavior during the early years in Canada: A cross-sectional study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity10(54):1-11, 2013.
  25. Colley RC, Barnes J, Leblanc A, Borghese M, Boyer C, Tremblay MS. Validity of the SC-StepMX pedometer during treadmill walking and running. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism38:520-524, 2013.
  26. Colley RC, Garriguet D, Janssen I, Wong SL, Saunders TJ, Carson V, Tremblay MS. The association between accelerometer-measured patterns of sedentary time and health risk in children and youth: results from the Canadian Health Measures Survey. BMC Public Health 13:200, 2013.
  27. da Silva DF, Bianchini JA, Antonini VD, Hermoso DA, Lopera CA, Pagan BG, McNeil J, Nardo Junior N. Parasympathetic Cardiac Activity is Associated with Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Overweight and Obese Adolescents. Pediatric Cardiology DOI 10.1007/s00246-013-0838-6 (Epub ahead of print), 2013.
  28. El Hayek J, Pham TT, Finch S, Hazell TJ, Jean-Philippe S, Vanstone CA, Agellon S, Rodd C, Rauch F, Weiler HA.  Vitamin D status in Montréal preschoolers is satisfactory despite low vitamin D intake.Journal of Nutitrition143(2):154-60, 2013.
  29. Ferraro ZM, Qiu Q, Gruslin A, KB Adamo. Excessive gestational weight gain and pregravid obesity contribute to augmented expression of maternal insulin-like growth factor binding protein-3. International Journal of Women’s Health 5:657–665, 2013.
  30. Ferraro ZM, Boehm K, L Gaudet, KB Adamo. Counseling about gestational weight gain and healthy lifestyle during pregnancy:  Canadian maternity care providers’ self-evaluation. International Journal of Women’s Health 5:629–636, 2013.
  31. Fisher KL, Mawani A, von Tigerstrom B, Larre T, Cameron C, Chad KE, Reeder B, Tremblay MS. Awareness and use of the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit. Canadian Tax Journal 61(3):599-632, 2013.
  32. Gainforth HL, Berry T, Faulkner G, Rhodes R, Spence J, Tremblay MS, Latimer-Cheung AE. Evaluating the uptake of Canada’s new physical activity and sedentary behaviour guidelines on service organizations’ websites. Translational Behavioral Medicine3(2):172-179, 2013.
  33. 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. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity10:112, 2013.
  34. Goldfield GS, Dowler L, Walker M, Cameron JD, Ferraro ZM, Doucet E, Adamo KB. Are Dopamine-Related Genotypes Risk factors for Excessive Gestational Weight Gain? International Journal of Women’s Health. 20(5):253-259, 2013.
  35. Goldfield G, Saunders TJ, Kenny GP, Hadjiyannakis S, Phillips P, Alberga AS, Tremblay MS, Sigal RJ. Screen Viewing and Diabetes Risk Factors in Overweight and Obese Adolescents. American Journal of Preventive Medicine44(4S4):S364-S370, 2013.
  36. Gow RM, Borghese M, Honeywell CR, Colley RC. Activity intensity during free-living activities in children and adolescents with inherited arrhythmia syndromes: assessment by combined accelerometer and heart rate monitor. Circulation: Arrhythmia and Electrophysiolgy 6(5): 939-945, 2013.
  37. Héroux M, Onywera V, Tremblay MS, Adamo KB, Lopez Taylor J, Jáuregui Ulloa E, Janssen I. The relation between aerobic fitness, muscular fitness and obesity in children from three countries at different stages of the physical activity transition. ISRN Obesity(134835):1-10, 2013. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/134835.
  38. Hjorth MF, Chaput JP, Michaelsen K, Astrup A, Tetens I, Sjödin A. Seasonal variation in objectively measured physical activity, sedentary time, cardio-respiratory fitness and sleep duration among 8-11 year-old Danish children: a repeated-measures study. BMC Public Health 13: 808, 2013.
  39. Hoppe C, Rothausen BW, Biltoft-Jensen A, Matthiessen J, Groth MV, Chaput JP, Tetens I. Relationship between sleep duration and dietary intake in 4- to 14-year-old Danish children. Journal of Nutritional Science 2: e38, 2013.
  40. Janssen I, Wong SL, Colley R, Tremblay MS. The fractionalization of physical activity throughout the week is associated with the cardiometabolic health of children and youth. BMC Public Health13:554, 2013.
  41. Janssen I, Carson V, Lee I, Katzmarzyk PT, Blair SN. Years of life gained due to leisure-time physical activity in the U.S. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 44(1): 23-29, 2013.
  42. Joffres M, Shields M, Tremblay MS, Connor Gorber S. Dyslipidemia prevalence, treatment, control, and awareness in the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Canadian Journal of Public Health104(3):e252-e257, 2013.
  43. Katzmarzyk PT, Barreira TV, Broyles ST, Champagne CM, Chaput J-P, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Johnson WD, 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,  Church TS. The International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment (ISCOLE): Design and Methods. BMC Public Health13:900, 2013.
  44. Kjeldsen JS, Rosenkilde M, Nielsen SW, Reichkendler M, Auerbach P, Ploug T, Stallknecht B, Sjödin AM, Chaput JP. Effect of different doses of exercise on sleep duration, sleep efficiency and sleep quality in sedentary, overweight men. Bioenergetics Open Access 2: 108, 2013.
  45. Klingenberg L, Chaput JP, Holmbäck U, Visby T, Jennum P, Nikolic M, Astrup A, Sjödin A. Acute sleep restriction reduces insulin sensitivity in adolescent boys. Sleep 36: 1085-1090, 2013.
  46. Klingenberg L, Chaput JP, Sjödin A. Expanding investigations on the relationship between sleep restriction and energy balance. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 97: 446-447, 2013.
  47. Klingenberg L, Christensen LB, Hjorth MF, Zangenberg S, Chaput JP, Sjödin AM, Mølgaard C, Michaelsen KF. No relation between sleep duration and adiposity indicators in 9-36 months old children: the SKOT cohort. Pediatric Obesity 8: 14-18, 2013.
  48. Larouche R, Barnes J, Tremblay MS. Too far to walk or bike? Canadian Journal of Public Health 104(7):e487-e489, 2013.
  49. Larouche R, Faulkner G, Tremblay MS. Correlates of active school transport immediately before and after the transition from primary to secondary school: a pilot-study. Journal of Applied Research on Children: Informing Policy for Children at Risk4(2):4, 2013.
  50. Larouche R, Faulkner GEJ, Tremblay MS. Assessing the influence of the transition from primary to secondary school on the volume of active school transport and physical activity: a prospective pilot-study. Bioenergetics2:105, 2013.
  51. Larouche R, Faulkner GEJ, Tremblay MS. Associations between neighbourhood walkability, active school transport and physical activity levels in primary and secondary school students: a pilot-study. University of Ottawa Journal of Medicine3:42-46, 2013.
  52. Latimer-Cheung AE, Arbour-Nicitopoulos KP, Brawley LR, Gray C, Wilson AJ, Prapavessis H, Tomasone JR, Wolfe D, Martin Ginis KA. Developing physical activity interventions for adults with spinal cord injury. Part 2: Motivational counseling and peer-mediated interventions for people intending to be active. Rehabilitation Psychology 58: 307-315, 2013.
  53. LeBlanc AG, Chaput J-P, McFarlane A, Colley RC, Thivel D, Biddle SJH, Maddison R, Leatherdale ST, Tremblay MS. Active Video Games and Health Indicators in Children and Youth: A Systematic Review. PLoS ONE8(6):e65351, 2013.
  54. Longmuir PE. Understanding the physical literacy journey of children: The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. ICSSPE Bulletin – Journal of Sport Science and Physical Education, 65(section 12.2). Retrieved from www.icsspe.org/content/no-65-cd-rom, 2013.
  55. Longmuir PE, Brothers JA, de Ferranti SD, Hayman LL, Van Hare GF, Matherne GP, Davis CK, Joy EA, McCrindle BW. Promotion of Physical Activity for Children and Adults with Congenital Heart Disease: A Scientific Statement from the Atherosclerosis, Hypertension and Obesity in Youth Committee, Council on Cardiovascular Disease in the Young, American Heart Association. Circulation 127(21): 2147-2159. DOI: 10.1161/CIR.0b013e318293688f, 2013.
  56. Longmuir PE, Tyrrell PN, Corey M, Faulkner G, Russell JL, McCrindle BW. Home-based rehabilitation enhances daily physical activity and motor skill in children who have undergone the Fontan procedure. Pediatric Cardiology 34(5): 1130-1151. DOI 10.1007/s00246-012-0618-8, 2013.
  57. McNeil J, Doucet E, Chaput JP. Inadequate sleep as a contributor to obesity and type 2 diabetes. Canadian Journal of Diabetes 37: 103-108, 2013.
  58. McNeil J, Drapeau V, Gallant AR, Tremblay A, Doucet E, Chaput JP. Short sleep duration is associated with a lower mean satiety quotient in overweight and obese men. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 67: 1328-1330, 2013.
  59. McNeil J, Cameron JD, Finlayson G, Blundell JE, Doucet É. Greater overall olfactory performance, explicit wanting for high fat foods and lipid intake during the mid-luteal phase of the menstrual cycle. Physiology & Behavior 112-113: 84-89, 2013
  60. Nadeau C, Wong SL, Flanagan WM, Oderkirk J, Manuel D, Wall R, Tremblay MS. Development of a population-based microsimulation model of physical activity in Canada. Health Reports24(10):11-19, 2013.
  61. Onywera VO, Heroux M, Jáuregui Ulloa EJ, Adamo KB, Lopez-Taylor J, Janssen I, Tremblay MS. Adiposity and physical activity among children in countries at different stages of the physical activity transition: Canada, Mexico and Kenya. African Journal for Physical and Health Education, Recreation, Sports and Dance 19(1): 132-142, 2013.
  62. Pérusse-Lachance E, Brassard P, Chaput JP, Drapeau V, Teasdale N, Sénécal C, Tremblay A. Sex differences in the effects of mental work and moderate-intensity physical activity on energy intake in young adults. ISRN Nutrition 2013: 1-6, 2013.
  63. Pérusse-Lachance E, Brassard P, Chaput JP, Poirier P, Teasdale N, Drapeau V, Sénécal C, Tremblay A. Mental work stimulates cardiovascular responses through a reduction in cardiac parasympathetic modulation in both men and women. Bioenergetics Open Access 2: 107, 2013.
  64. Reed JL, Chaput JP, Tremblay A, Doucet E. The maintenance of energy balance is compromised after weight loss. Canadian Journal of Diabetes 37: 121-127, 2013.
  65. Rhodes RE, Berry T, Craig CL, Faulkner G, Latimer-Cheung A, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Understanding parental support of child physical activity behavior. American Journal of Health Behavior37(4):469-477, 2013.
  66. Saunders TJ, Tremblay MS, Mathieu M-E, Henderson M, O’Loughlin J, Tremblay A, Chaput J-P. Associations of sedentary behavior, sedentary bouts, breaks in sedentary time with cardiometabolic risk in children with a family history of obesity. PLoS ONE 8: e79143, 2013.
  67. Saunders TJ, Chaput J-P, Goldfield GS, Colley RC, Kenny GP, Doucet E, Tremblay MS. Prolonged sitting and markers of cardiometabolic risk in children and youth: a randomized crossover study. Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental62:1423-1428, 2013.
  68. Saunders TJ, Tremblay MS, Despres J-P, Bouchard C, Tremblay A, Chaput J-P. Sedentary behaviour, visceral fat accumulation and cardiometabolic risk in adults: a 6-year longitudinal study from the Quebec Family Study. PLoS ONE8:e54225, 2013.
  69. Thivel D, Tremblay MS, Chaput J-P. Modern sedentary behaviours favour energy consumption in children and adolescents. Current Obesity Reports2:50-57, 2013.
  70. Thivel D, Aucouturier J, Doucet E, Saunders TJ, Chaput JP. Daily energy balance in children and adolescents: does energy expenditure predict subsequent energy intake? Appetite 60: 58-64, 2013.
  71. Thivel D, Chaput JP. Discussion of Influence of netball-based exercise on energy intake, subjective appetite and plasma acylated ghrelin in adolescent girls. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 38: 1170, 2013.
  72. Thivel D, Chaput JP. Impact des activités sédentaires sur la prise alimentaire des jeunes. Revue d’Épidémiologie et de Santé Publique 61: 399-405, 2013.
  73. Thivel D, Saunders TJ, Chaput JP. Physical activity in children and youth may have greater impact on energy intake than energy expenditure. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 45: e1, 2013.
  74. Tremblay A, Royer MM, Chaput JP, Doucet E. Adaptive thermogenesis can make a difference in the ability of obese individuals to lose body weight. International Journal of Obesity 37: 759-764, 2013.
2012
  1. Adamo KB, Ferraro ZM, Brett KE. Pregnancy is a critical period for prevention of obesity and cardiometabolic risk. Canadian Journal of Diabetes 36: 133-141, 2012.
  2. Adamo KB, Langlois KA, Brett KE, Colley RC. Young Children and Parental Physical Activity Levels: Findings from the Canadian Health Measures Survey. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 43(2): 168-175, 2012.
  3. Adamo KB, Ferraro ZM, Brett KE. Changing the intrauterine environment to halt the intergenerational cycle of obesity. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 9: 1263-1307, 2012.
  4. Alberga AS, Goldfield GS, Kenny GP, Hadjiyannakis S, Phillips P, Prud’homme D, Tulluch H, Gougeon R, Wells GA, Sigal RJ. Healthy eating, aerobic and resistance training in youth (HEARTY): Study rationale, design, and methods. Contemporary Clinical Trials 33(4): 839-847, 2012.
  5. Alberga AS, Sigal RJ, Goldfield GS, Prud’homme D, Kenny GP. Overweight and Obese Teenagers: Why is Adolescence a Critical Period? Pediatric Obesity 7(4): 261-273, 2012.
  6. Barnes JD, Colley RC, Tremblay MS. Results from the 2011 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 37:793-797, 2012.
  7. 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 Published on-line (November):1-8, 2012. DOI 10.1007/s12529-012-9279-5.
  8. Breithaupt P, Adamo KB, Colley RC. The HALO submaximal treadmill protocol to measure cardiorespiratory fitness in obese children and youth: A proof of principle study. Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism, 37: 308-314, 2012.
  9. Breithaupt P, Colley RC, Adamo KB. Using the oxygen uptake efficiency slope as an indicator of cardiorespiratory fitness in the obese pediatric population. Pediatric Exercise Science, 24(3):357-68, 2012.
  10. Brett KE, Meckling KA. A low glycemic index diet combined with an aerobic-resistance exercise program reduces risk factors associated with the Metabolic Syndrome. Journal of Obesity and Weight Loss Therapy, 2:7, 2012.
  11. Cameron JD, Goldfield GS, Doucet E. Fasting for 24 h improves nasal chemosensory performance and food palatability in a related manner. Appetite 58(3): 978-81, 2012.
  12. Carter MA, Dubois L, Tremblay MS, Taljaard M. Local social environmental factors are associated with household food insecurity in a longitudinal study of children. BMC Public Health. 12:1038, 2012. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-1038.
  13. Carter MA, Dubois L, Tremblay MS, Taljaard M, Jones BL. Trajectories of childhood weight gain: the relative importance of local environment versus individual social and early life factors. PLoS ONE 7(10):e47065, 2012.
  14. Carter MA, Dubois L, Tremblay MS, Taljaard M. The influence of place on weight gain during early childhood: a population-based longitudinal study. Journal of Urban Health Published on-line (July):1-16, 2012. doi:10.1007/s11524-012-9712-8.
  15. Chaput JP, Lambert M, Mathieu M-E, Tremblay MS, O’Loughlin J, Tremblay A. Physical activity versus sedentary time: independent associations with adiposity in children. Pediatric Obesity 7:251-258, 2012.
  16. Chaput JP, Tremblay A. Adequate sleep to improve the treatment of obesity. Canadian Medical Association Journal 184:1975-1976, 2012.
  17. Chaput JP, Tremblay A. Insufficient sleep as a contributor to weight gain: an update. Current Obesity Reports 1:245-256, 2012.
  18. Chaput JP, Thivierge MC, Thuard A, Tremblay A. Influence of propionate on appetite control and metabolism. Current Nutrition & Food Science 8:304-310, 2012.
  19. Chaput JP, McNeil J, Després JP, Bouchard C, Tremblay A. Short sleep duration is associated with greater alcohol consumption in adults. Appetite 59:650-655, 2012.
  20. Chaput JP, Tremblay A. Sleeping habits predict the magnitude of fat loss in adults exposed to moderate caloric restriction. Obesity Facts 5:561-566, 2012.
  21. Chaput JP, Doucet E, Tremblay A. Obesity: a disease or a biological adaptation? An update. Obesity Reviews 13:681-691, 2012.
  22. Chaput JP, Janssen I, Spence JC. Time spent sedentary and active and cardiometabolic risk factors in children. Journal of the American Medical Association 307:2024, 2012.
  23. Chaput JP, Després JP, Bouchard C, Tremblay A. Longer sleep duration associates with lower adiposity gain in adult short sleepers. International Journal of Obesity 36:752-756, 2012.
  24. Chaput JP, Doyon CY, McNeil J, Doucet E, Tremblay A. Influence of sleeping habits on adaptive thermogenesis during weight loss in adults. Bioenergetics Open Access 1:104-108, 2012.
  25. Chaput JP. Milk products: an important tool for weight management. Canadian Medical Association Journal 184:635, 2012.
  26. Chaput JP, Saunders TJ. Bioenergetics of obesity: is fat gain a problem or a solution? Bioenergetics Open Access 1:101-103, 2012.
  27. Colapinto CK, O’Connor DL, Dubois L, Tremblay MS. Prevalence and correlates of folic acid supplement use in the Canadian population. Health Reports 23(2):39-44, 2012.
  28. Colapinto CK, O’Connor DL, Dubois L, Tremblay MS. Folic acid supplement use is the most significant predictor of folate concentrations in Canadian women of childbearing age. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 37:284-292, 2012.
  29. Colley RC, Brownrigg M, Tremblay MS. The Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Health Promotion Practice 13(3):320-330, 2012.
  30. Colley RC, Wong SL, Garriguet D, Janssen I, Connor Gorber S, Tremblay MS. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep in Canadian children: parent-report versus direct measures and relative associations with health risk. Health Reports 23(2):45-52, 2012.
  31. Colley RC, Janssen I, Tremblay MS. Step count target to measure adherence to physical activity guidelines in children. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 44:977-982, 2012.
  32. Craig CL, Shields M, LeBlanc AG, Tremblay MS. Trends in aerobic fitness among Canadian children and adults 1981 to 2007-2009: what can we conclude? Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 37:511-519, 2012.
  33. Ferraro ZM, Gruslin A, Adamo KB. An active pregnancy for fetal wellbeing? The value of active living for most women. British Journal of Sports Medicine published online August 7, 2012.
  34. Ferraro ZM, Qiu Q, Gruslin A, Adamo KB. Characterization of the insulin-like growth factor axis in term pregnancies complicated by maternal obesity. Human Reproduction 27(8):2467-75, 2012.
  35. Ferraro ZM, Barrowman N, Prud’homme D, Walker M, Wen S, Rodger M, Adamo KB. Excessive gestational weight gain predicts large for gestational age neonates independent of maternal body mass index. Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine 25(5):538-542, 2012.
  36. Ferraro ZM, Gaudet L, Adamo KB. The potential impact of physical activity during pregnancy on maternal & neonatal outcomes. Obstetrical & Gynecological Survey 67(2):99-110, 2012.
  37. Flament MF, Hill E, Buchholz A, Henderson K, Goldfield GS. Internalization of the thin and muscular body ideal and disordered eating in adolescence: The mediation effects of body esteem. Body Image 9 (1): 68-75, 2012.
  38. Galaviz KI, Tremblay MS, Colley R, Jauregui E, López y Taylor J, Janssen I. Associations between physical activity, cardiorespiratory fitness, and obesity in Mexican children. Salud Publica de Mexico Journal 54(5):463-469, 2012.
  39. Garriguet D, Colley RC. Daily patterns of physical activity among Canadians. Health Reports 23(2): 27-32, 2012.
  40. Gee ME, Bienek A, Robitaille C, McAlister FA, Joffres M, Tremblay MS, Johansen H, Campbell N. Factors associated with lack of awareness and uncontrolled high blood pressure among Canadian adults with hypertension. Canadian Journal of Cardiology 28(3):375-382, 2012.
  41. Goldfield GS, Adamo KB, Rutherford J, Murray M. The Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Psychosocial Functioning in Overweight and Obese Adolescents. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 37(10):1136-47, 2012.
  42. Goldfield GS, Harvey A, Grattan K, Adamo KB. Physical Activity Promotion in the Preschool Years: A Critical Period to Intervene International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 9: 1326-1342, 2012.
  43. Goldfield GS. Making access to TV contingent on Physical Activity: Effects on liking and relative reinforcing value of TV and physical activity in overweight and obese children. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 35(1):1-7, 2012.
  44. Hay J, Maximova K, Durksen A, Carson V, Rinaldi R, Torrance B, Ball G, Sumit M, Plontnikoff R, Veugelers P, Boulé N, Wozny P, McCargar L, Downs S, Lewanczuk S, McGavock J. Physical activity intensity and cardiometabolic risk in youth. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 166 (11):1022 – 1029, 2012.
  45. Hjorth MF, Chaput JP, Damsgaard CT, Dalskov SM, Michaelsen KF, Tetens I, Sjödin A. Measure of sleep and physical activity by a single accelerometer: can a waist-worn Actigraph adequately measure sleep in children? Sleep and Biological Rhythms 10:328-335, 2012.
  46. Isacco L, Thivel D, Pelle AM, Zouhal H, Duclos M, Duche P, Boisseau N. Oral contraception and energy intake in women: impact on substrate oxidation during exercise. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 37(4):646-56, 2012.
  47. Janssen I, Shields M, Craig CL, Tremblay MS. Changes in the obesity phenotype within Canadian children and adults, 1981 to 2007-2009. Obesity 20:916-919, 2012.
  48. Janssen I, Carson V, Lee I, Katzmarzyk PT, Blair SN. Years of life gained due to leisure-time physical activity in the U.S. American Journal of Preventative Medicine 44(1):23-29, 2012.
  49. Klingenberg L, Chaput JP, Holmbäck U, Jennum P, Astrup A, Sjödin AM. Sleep restriction is not associated with a positive energy balance in adolescent boys. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 96:240-248, 2012.
  50. Klingenberg L, Sjödin A, Holmbäck U, Astrup A, Chaput JP. Short sleep duration and its association with energy metabolism. Obesity Reviews 13:565-577, 2012.
  51. Larouche R, Saunders T. Can active school transport prevent overweight and obesity in children and youth? Health Science Inquiry 3:64-65, 2012.
  52. Larouche R, Laurencelle L, Shephard RJ, Trudeau F. Life transitions in the waning of physical activity from childhood to adult life in the Trois-Rivières study. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 9(4):516-524, 2012.
  53. Larouche R, Abbott R. Promoting car driving safety behaviours should not stigmatize cycling as an alternative mode of transportation. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 36(2):193-194, 2012.
  54. LeBlanc AG, Spence JC, Carson V, Connor Gorber S, Dillman C, Janssen I, Kho ME, Stearns J, Timmons BW, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of sedentary behaviour and health indicators in the early years (aged 0-4 years). Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 37:753-772, 2012.
  55. Longmuir PE, Banks L, McCrindle BW. Cross-sectional study of motor development among children after the Fontan procedure. Cardiology in the Young 22:443-450, 2012.
  56. Mofidi A, Ferraro ZM, Stewart KA, Tulk H, Duncan AM, Robinson LE, Graham TE. The acute impact of ingestion of sourdough and whole-grain breads on blood glucose, insulin and incretins in overweight and obese men. Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism 2012:184710. Epub Feb 28.
  57. Moffat M, Hegenscheidt S, Ng S, Reid D, Rotem-Lehrer N, Tremblay MS. Evidence-based exercise prescription: raising the standard of delivery. International Musculoskeletal Medicine 34(1):21-36, 2012.
  58. Onywera V, Adamo KB, Sheel AW, Waudo J, Boit M, Tremblay MS. Emerging evidence of the physical activity transition in Kenya. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 9:554-562, 2012.
  59. Peeters C, Marchand H, Tulloch H, Sigal RJ, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Kenny GP. Perceived Facilitators, barriers, and changes in a randomized controlled exercise trial for overweight and obese youth: A Qualitative inquiry. Journal of Physical Activity & Health 9(5): 650-660, 2012.
  60. Peyrot N, Thivel D, Isacco L, Morin JB, Belli A, Duche P. Why does walking economy improve after weight loss in obese adolescents? Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 44(4):659-65, 2012.
  61. Prince SA, Kristjansson EA, Russell K, Billette J-M, Sawada M, Ali A, Tremblay MS, Prud’homme D. Relationships between neighbourhoods, physical activity and obesity: A multilevel analysis of built and social environments in a large Canadian city. Obesity 20(10):2093-2100, 2012.
  62. Rowe G, Tremblay MS, Manuel DG. Can we make time for physical activity? Simulating effects of daily physical activity on mortality. Epidemiology Research International 2012(304937):1-10, 2012.
  63. Saunders TJ, Larouche R, Colley RC, Tremblay MS. Acute sedentary behaviour and markers of cardiometabolic risk: a systematic review of intervention studies. Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism 2012(712435):1-12, 2012. http://www.hindawi.com/journals/jnume/2012/712435/cta/
  64. Saunders TJ, Chaput JP. Is obesity prevention as simple as turning off the TV and having a nap? British Journal of Nutrition 108:946-947, 2012.
  65. Saunders TJ, A Palobella, KA McGuire, P Janiszewski, JP Després, R Ross. Acute exercise increases adiponectin levels in abdominally obese men. Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism 148729, 2012.
  66. Shields M, Tremblay MS, Connor Gorber S, Janssen I. Abdominal obesity and cardiovascular disease risk factors within body mass index categories. Health Reports 23(2):7-16, 2012.
  67. Shields M, Tremblay MS, Connor Gorber S, Janssen I. Measures of abdominal obesity within body mass index categories, 1981 to 2007-2009. Health Reports 23(2):33-38, 2012.
  68. Stieber N, Gilmour S, Morra A, Rainbow J, Robitaille S, Van Arsdell G, McCrindle BW, Gibson BE, Longmuir PE. Feasibility of improving motor development of toddlers with congenital heart defects using a home-based intervention. Pediatric Cardiology 33(4):521-532, 2012.
  69. Takken T, Giardini A, Reybrouck T, Gewillig M, Hovels-Gurich HH, Longmuir PE, McCrindle BW, Paridon SM, Hager A. Recommendations for Physical Activity, Recreation Sport and Exercise Training in Pediatric Patients with Congenital Heart Disease: A report from the Exercise, Basic & Translational Research Section of the European Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, the European Congenital Heart and Lung Exercise Group, and the Association for European Paediatric Cardiology. European Journal of Preventive Cardiology 19(5):1034-1065, 2012.
  70. Thivel D, Duché P, Morio B. Discussion of “overweight and obese boys reduce food intake in response to a glucose drink but fail to increase intake in response to exercise of short duration”. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 37(5):1014-5, 2012.
  71. Thivel D, Blundell JE, Duché P, Morio B. Acute exercise and subsequent nutritional adaptations: what about obese youths? Sports Medicine 1:42(7):607-13, 2012.
  72. Thivel D, Isacco L, Montaurier C, Boirie Y, Duché P, Morio B. The 24-h energy intake of obese adolescents is spontaneously reduced after intensive exercise: a randomized controlled trial in calorimetric chambers. PLoS One 7(1):e29840, 2012.
  73. Timmons BW, LeBlanc AG, Carson V, Connor Gorber S, Dillman C, Janssen I, Kho ME, Spence JC, Stearns J, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of physical activity and health in the early years (aged 0-4 years). Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 37:773-792, 2012.
  74. Tremblay A, Chaput JP. Obesity: the allostatic load of weight loss dieting. Physiology and Behavior 106:16-21, 2012.
  75. Tremblay MS. Reply to the Discussion of “Letter to the Editor: Standardized use of the terms sedentary and sedentary behaviours” — Sitting and reclining are different states. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 37(6):1257, 2012.
  76. Tremblay MS, et al., and Sedentary Behaviour Research Network. Standardized use of the terms “sedentary” and “sedentary behaviours”. Movement & Sport Sciences – Science & Motricité 77:73-76, 2012. DOI 10.1051/sm/2012006 (in both English and French). Also published in the African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation & Dance 18(1):200-204, 2012.
  77. Tremblay MS. Major initiatives related to childhood obesity and physical inactivity in Canada: The year in review. Canadian Journal of Public Health 103(3):164-169, 2012.
  78. Tremblay MS, LeBlanc AG, Carson V, Choquette L, Connor Gorber S, Dillman C, Duggan M, Gordon MJ, Hicks A, Janssen I, Kho ME, Latimer-Cheung A, LeBlanc C, Murumets K, Okely AD, Reilly JJ, Spence JC, Stearns J, Timmons BW. Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for the Early Years (aged 0-4 years). Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 37:345-356, 2012.
  79. Tremblay MS, LeBlanc AG, Carson V, Choquette L, Connor Gorber S, Dillman C, Duggan M, Gordon MJ, Hicks A, Janssen I, Kho ME, Latimer-Cheung A, LeBlanc C, Murumets K, Okely AD, Reilly JJ, Spence JC, Stearns J, Timmons BW. Directives canadiennes en matière d’activité physique pour la petite enfance (enfants âgés de 0 à 4 ans) Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 37:357-369, 2012.
  80. Tremblay MS, LeBlanc AG, Carson V, Choquette L, Connor Gorber S, Dillman C, Duggan M, Gordon MJ, Hicks A, Janssen I, Kho ME, Latimer-Cheung A, LeBlanc C, Murumets K, Okely AD, Reilly JJ, Stearns J, Timmons BW, Spence JC. Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for the Early Years (aged 0-4 years). Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 37:370-380, 2012.
  81. Tremblay MS, LeBlanc AG, Carson V, Choquette L, Connor Gorber S, Dillman C, Duggan M, Gordon MJ, Hicks A, Janssen I, Kho ME, Latimer-Cheung A, LeBlanc C, Murumets K, Okely AD, Reilly JJ, Stearns J, Timmons BW, Spence JC. Directives canadiennes en matière de comportement sédentaire pour la petite enfance (enfants âgés de 0 à 4 ans). Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 37:381-391, 2012.
2011
  1. Adamo KB, AW Sheel, V Onywera, J Waudo, M Boit, MS Tremblay. Child obesity and fitness levels among Kenyan and Canadian children from urban and rural environments: A KIDS-CAN Research Alliance study. International Journal of Pediatric Obesity 6:e225-e232, 2011.
  2. Amed S, HJ Dean, C Panagiotopoulos, EA Sellers, S Hadjiyannakis, TA Laubscher, D Dannenbaum, BR Shah, GL Booth, JK Hamilton. Risk Factors for Medication Induced Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes. Journal of Pediatrics 159(2):291-6, 2011.
  3. Borghese M, M Brooks, S Earl, J Naddaf. Ride Forward – An Evaluation of Cycling in Two Ottawa Neighborhoods. Interdisciplinary Student Journal of Health Sciences 2(2):7, 2011.
  4. Breithaupt P, RC Colley, KB Adamo. Body Composition Measured by Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry Half-body Scans in Obese Children. Acta Paediatrica: 100(12): e260-e266, PMID: 21649719, 2011.
  5. Chaput JP, AM Sharma. Is physical activity in weight management more about “calories in” than “calories out”? British Journal of Nutrition 106;1768-1769,2011.
  6. Chaput JP, JP Després, C Bouchard, A Tremblay. The association between short sleep duration and weight gain is dependent on disinhibited eating behavior in adults. Sleep 34;1291-1297,2011.
  7. Chaput JP, AM Sjödin. Active video games for body weight control: is it really a good solution? American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 94:1151-1152, 2011.
  8. Chaput JP. Do active video games increase food intake? American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 94: 1155, 2011.  
  9. Chaput JP, M Lambert, K Gray-Donald, JJ McGrath, MS Tremblay, J O’Loughlin, A Tremblay. Short sleep duration is independently associated with overweight and obesity in Quebec children. Canadian Journal of Public Health 102: 369-374, 2011.
  10. Chaput JP, T Visby, S Nyby, L Klingenberg, NT Gregersen, A Tremblay, A Astrup, A Sjödin. Video game playing increases food intake in adolescents: a randomized crossover study. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 93: 1196-1203, 2011.
  11. Chaput JP, L Klingenberg, A Astrup, AM Sjödin. Modern sedentary activities promote overconsumption of food in our current obesogenic environment. Obesity Reviews 12: 12-20, 2011.
  12. Chaput JP. Short sleep duration as a cause of obesity: myth or reality? Obesity Reviews 12: 2-3, 2011.
  13. Chaput JP, L Klingenberg, M Rosenkilde, JA Gilbert, A Tremblay, A Sjödin. Physical activity plays an important role in body weight regulation. Journal of Obesity 2011; 2011:1-11, 2011 .
  14. Chaput JP, JP Després, C Bouchard, A Tremblay. Short sleep duration preferentially increases abdominal adiposity in adults: preliminary evidence. Clinical Obesity 1: 141-146, 2011.
  15. Colapinto CK, DL O’Connor, MS Tremblay. Folate status of the population in the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Canadian Medical Association Journal 183(2):E100-E106, 2011.
  16. Colley RC, M Brownrigg, MS Tremblay. Canada’s report card on physical activity for children and youth. G. Baquet and S. Berthoin (Eds.) Children and Exercise XXV: Proceedings of the 25th Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting, Routledge Taylor and Francis Group (London) pp. 223-226, 2011.
  17. Colley RC, D Garriguet, I Janssen, CL Craig, J Clarke, MS Tremblay. Physical activity of Canadian children and youth: Accelerometer results from the 2007 to 2009 Canadian Health Measures Survey. Health Reports 22(1):15-24, 2011.
  18. Colley RC, D Garriguet, I Janssen, CL Craig, J Clarke, MS Tremblay. Physical activity of Canadian adults: Accelerometer results from the 2007 to 2009 Canadian Health Measures Survey. Health Reports 22(1):7-14, 2011.
  19. Colley RC, MS Tremblay. Moderate and vigorous physical activity intensity cut-points for the Actical accelerometer. Journal of Sports Sciences 29(8):783-789, 2011.
  20. Faulkner G, C McCloy, R Plotnikoff, MS Tremblay. Relaunching a national social marketing campaign: expectations and challenges for the ‘new’ ParticipACTION. Health Promotion Practice 12(4):569-576, 2011.
  21. Ferraro Z, J Rutherford, EJ Keely, L Dubois, KB Adamo. An Assessment of patient information channels and knowledge of physical activity and nutrition during pregnancy. Obstetric Medicine 4(2): 59-65, 2011.
  22. Gilbert JA, DR Joanisse, JP Chaput, P Miegueu, K Cianflone, N Alméras, A Tremblay. Milk supplementation facilitates appetite control in obese women during weight loss: a randomized, single-blind, placebo-controlled trial. British Journal of Nutrition 105;133-143,2011.
  23. Goldfield GS, C Moore, K Henderson, A Buchholz, N Obeid, H Nguyen M Flament. Physical activity and Psychosocial Adjustment in Adolescents. Journal of Physical Activity and Health  8:157-163, 2011.
  24. Goldfield GS, MA Murray, K Henderson, A Buchholz, N Obeid, A Kukaswadia, MF Flament.  Family meals and body mass index among adolescents: Effects of gender.  Applied Physiology, Nutrition & Metabolism 36: 539-546, 2011.
  25. Goldfield GS, G Kenny, S Hadjiyannakis, A Alberga, P Phillips, T Saunders, MS Tremblay, J Malcolm, RJ Sigal. Video game playing is independently associated with blood pressure and lipids in overweight and obese adolescents.  PLoS ONE 6(11):e26643, 2011.
  26. Goldfield, GS, AL Lumb, CK Colapinto. Body Mass Index and the relative reinforcing value of snack food in overweight and obese individuals: A linear Relationship? Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 72(4): 170-174, 2011.
  27. Goldfield, GS, C Lorello, J Cameron, JP Chaput. Gender differences in the effects of methylphenidate on energy intake in young adults: A preliminary study. Applied Physiology, Nutrition & Metabolism, 36(6), 1009-1013, 2011.
  28. Janssen I, M Shields, CL Craig, MS Tremblay. Prevalence and secular changes in abdominal obesity in Canadian adolescents and adults, 1981 to 2007-2009. Obesity Reviews 12(6):397-405, 2011.
  29. Larouche R, M Lloyd, E Knight, MS Tremblay. Body composition and physical activity level of children who use active vs. passive modes of transportation to and from school: results from the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy study. Pediatric Exercise Science 23:322-330, 2011.
  30. Lloyd M, MS Tremblay. Introducing the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. G. Baquet and S. Berthoin (Eds.) Children and Exercise XXV: Proceedings of the 25th Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting, Routledge Taylor and Francis Group (London) pp. 239-243, 2011.
  31. Longmuir PE, JL Russell, M Corey, G Faulkner, BW McCrindle. Factors associated with the physical activity level of children who have the Fontan procedure. American Heart Journal Feb;161(2)411-7, 2011.
  32. McAlister FA, K Wilkins, M Joffres, FHH Leenen, G Fodor, M Gee, MS Tremblay, R Walker, H Johansen, N Campbell. Changes in hypertension awareness, treatment, and control rates in Canada over the past two decades. Canadian Medical Association Journal 183(9):1007-1013, 2011.
  33. Norris M, W Spettigue  A Buchholz, K Henderson, R Gomez, D Maras, I Gaboury, A Ni. Olanzapine use for the adjunctive treatment of adolescents with anorexia nervosa. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology 21:213-220, 2011.
  34. Norwood, S, A Bowker, A Buchholz, K Henderson, GS Goldfield, MF Flament. Self-Silencing and anger regulation as predictors of disordered eating among adolescent females.  Eating Behaviors12(2): 112-118, 2011.
  35. Owen N, T Sugiyama, E Eakin, P Gardiner, MS Tremblay, JF Sallis. Adults’ sedentary behavior – determinants and interventions. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 41(2):189-196, 2011.
  36. Prince SA, EA Kristjansson, K Russell, J-M Billette, M Sawada, A Ali, MS Tremblay, D Prud’homme. A multilevel analysis of neighbourhood built and social environments and adult self-reported physical activity and body mass index in Ottawa, Canada. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 8:3953-3978, 2011.
  37. Prince SA, MS Tremblay, D Prud’homme, RC Colley, M Sawada, EA Kristjansson. Neighbourhood differences in objectively measured physical activity, sedentary time and body mass index.  Open Journal of Preventive Medicine 1(3): 182-189, 2011.
  38. Raynor HA, Van EJ Wallenberg, KM Osterholt, CN Hart, E Jelalian, RR Wing,  GS Goldfield. The influence of child’s and parent’s food liking and parent’s food intake on overweight.obese child’s food intake.  Journal of American Dietetic Association 111(3):425-430, 2011.
  39. Salmon J, MS Tremblay, SJ Marshall, C Hume. Health risks, correlates and interventions to reduce sedentary behavior in young people. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 41(2):197-206, 2011.
  40. Saunders TJ, SA Prince, MS Tremblay. Clustering of children’s activity behaviour: the use of self-report versus direct measures. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 8:48, 2011.
  41. Saunders, TJ. Potential Contributors to the Canadian Pediatric Obesity Epidemic.  ISRN Pediatrics. 2011. doi:10.5402/2011/917684.
  42. Sbrocchi A, F Rauch, ML Lawson, S Hadjiyannakis, S Lawrence, M Bastepe, H Juppner, LM Ward. Osteosclerosis in two brothers with autosomal dominant pseudohypoparathyroidism type 1b: bone histomorphometric analysis. European Journal of Endocrinology 164:295-301, 2011.
  43. Shields M, S Connor Gorber, I Janssen, MS Tremblay. Bias in self-reported estimates of obesity in Canadian health surveys: an update on correction equations for adults. Health Reports 22(3):35-45, 2011.
  44. Shields M, S Connor Gorber, I Janssen, MS Tremblay. Obesity estimates for children based on parent-report versus direct measures. Health Reports 22(3):47-58, 2011.
  45. Takken T, A Gardini, T Reybrouck, M Gewillig, HH Hovels-Gurich, PE Longmuir, BW McCrindle, SM Paridon, A Hager. Recommendations for Physical Activity, Recreation Sport and Exercise Training in Pediatric Patients with Congenital Heart Disease: a report from the Exercise, Basic & Translational Research Section of the European Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, the European Congenital Heart and Lung Exercise Group, and the Association for European Paediatric Cardiology. European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation. [On-line]. DOI: 10.1177/1741826711420000, 2011.
  46. Tobe SW, JA Stone, M Brouwers, O Bhattacharyya, KM Walker, M Dawes, J Genest, S Grover, G Gubitz,  D Lau, A Pipe, P Selby, MS Tremblay, D Warburton, R Ward, V Woo, LA Leiter, PP Liu. Harmonization of guidelines for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease: the C-CHANGE Initiative. Canadian Medical Association Journal  183:E1135-E1150, 2011.
  47. Tremblay MS, DER Warburton, I Janssen, DH Paterson, AE Latimer, RE Rhodes, ME Kho, A Hicks, AG LeBlanc, L Zehr, K Murumets, M Duggan. New Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 36(1):36-46, 2011. (also published in full in French: Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 36(1):47-58, 2011.
  48. Tremblay MS, AG LeBlanc, I Janssen, ME Kho, A Hicks, K Murumets, RC Colley, M Duggan. Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for School-aged Children and Youth. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 36(1):59-64, 2011. (also published in full in French: Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 36(1):65-71, 2011).
  49. Tremblay MS. Tribute to Dr. Roy Shephard: Canada’s Physical Activity Guidelines. Health and Fitness Journal of Canada 4(3):27-29, 2011.
  50. Tremblay MS, AG LeBlanc, ME Kho, TJ Saunders, R Larouche, RC Colley, G Goldfield, S Connor Gorber. Systematic review of sedentary behaviour and health indicators in school-aged children and youth. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 8:98, 2011.
  51. Wong SL, RC Colley, S Connor Gorber, MS Tremblay. Actical Accelerometer sedentary activity thresholds for adults. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 8:587-591, 2011.
2010
  1. Adamo KB, S Papadakis, L Dojeiji, M Turnau, J Cunningham, M Parameswaran, L Simmons, A Pipe, RD Reid. Using Path Analysis to Understand Parents Perceptions of their Children’s Weight, Physical Activity and Eating Habits in the Champlain District of Ontario. Paediatrics & Child Health15(9): e33-e41, 2010.
  2. Adamo KB, JA Rutherford, GS Goldfield. Effects of Interactive Video Game Cycling on Overweight and Obese Adolescent Health. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 35:805-815, 2010.
  3. Amed S, HJ Dean, C Panagiotopoulos, EA Sellers, S Hadjiyannakis, TA Laubscher, D Dannenbaum, BR Shah, GL Booth, JK Hamilton. Type 2 Diabetes, Medication-Induced Diabetes and Monogenic Diabetes in Canadian Children: A Prospective National Surveillance Study. Diabetes Care 33:786-791, 2010.
  4. Arguin H, M Sanchez, GA Bray, JC Lovejoy, JC Peters, RJ Jandacek, JP Chaput, A Tremblay. Impact of adopting a vegan diet or an olestra supplementation on plasma organochlorine concentrations: results from two pilot studies. British Journal of Nutrition 103: 1433-1441, 2010.
  5. Astrup A, JP Chaput, JA Gilbert, JK Lorenzen. Dairy beverages and energy balance. Physiology & Behavior 100: 67-75, 2010.
  6. Bizet I, L Laurencelle, J Lemoyne, R Larouche & F Trudeau. Career changes among physical educators: searching for new goals or escaping a heavy task load? Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sports 81(2): 224-232, 2010.
  7. Bryan S, M Saint Pierre Larose, N Campbell, J Clarke, MS Tremblay. Blood pressure measurement methodology and experience from the Canadian Health Measures Survey cycle 1. Health Reports21(1):71-78, 2010.
  8. Bustros J, MS Tremblay, M Shields, CL Craig, I Janssen. Fitness of the Nation: Findings from the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 7(suppl.3):S349-S351, 2010.
  9. Chaput JP, A Tremblay. Well-being of obese individuals: therapeutic perspectives. Future Medicinal Chemistry 12: 1729-1733, 2010.
  10. Chaput JP, L Klingenberg, AM Sjödin. Do all sedentary activities lead to weight gain: sleep does not.Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care 13: 601-607, 2010.
  11. Chaput JP, AM Sjödin, A Astrup, JP Després, C Bouchard, A Tremblay. Risk factors for adult overweight and obesity: the importance of looking beyond the “Big Two”. Obesity Facts 3: 320-327, 2010.
  12. Chaput JP. Short sleep duration promoting overconsumption of food: a reward-driven eating behavior? Sleep 33: 1135-1136, 2010.
  13. Chaput JP. Is sleeping more and working less a new way to control our appetite? European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 64: 1032-1033, 2010.
  14. Chaput JP, A Tremblay. Intelligence and obesity: does the intensity of mental workload matter?Obesity Reviews 11: 548-549, 2010.
  15. Chaput JP, JA Gilbert, NT Gregersen, SD Pedersen, AM Sjödin. Comparison of 150-mm versus 100-mm visual analogue scales in free living adult subjects. Appetite 54: 583-586, 2010.
  16. Chaput JP, L Klingenberg, AM Sjödin. Sleep restriction and appetite control: waking to a problem?American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 91: 822-823, 2010.
  17. Chaput JP. A good night’s sleep for a healthier population. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 38: 349, 2010.
  18. Colley RC, N King, A Hills, N Byrne. Exercise-induced energy expenditure: implications for exercise prescription and obesity. Patient Education & Counseling 79: 327-332, 2010.
  19. Colley RC, S. Connor Gorber, MS Tremblay. Quality control and data reduction procedures for accelerometry-derived measures of physical activity. Health Reports 21(1):63-70, 2010.
  20. Connor Gorber S, M Tremblay. The bias in self-reported obesity from 1976 to 2005, a Canada – U.S. comparison. Obesity 18:354-361, 2010.
  21. Esliger DW, MS Tremblay, JL Copeland, JD Barnes, GE Huntington, DR Bassett, Jr. Physical activity profile of Old Order Amish, Mennonite, and contemporary children. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 42:296-303, 2010.
  22. Goldfield GS, C Moore, K Henderson, A Buchholz, N Obeid, M Flament. Body Dissatisfaction, Dietary Restraint, Depression and Weight Status in Adolescents. Journal of School Health 80 (4): 186-192, 2010.
  23. Ho J, E Sellers, H Dean, S Hadjiyannakis, A Mokashi, R Sauve, C Jones, D Pacaud. Prevalence and Associated Risk Factors for Secondary Diabetes in Canadian Children Followed in Pediatric Tertiary Care Centres. Canadian Journal of Diabetes 34 (2): 107-112, 2010.
  24. Janssen I, AG LeBlanc. Systematic review of physical activity and health in children and youth.International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity 7(40), 2010.
  25. Larouche, R & F Trudeau. Étude des impacts du transport actif sur la pratique d’activités physiques et la santé et de ses principaux déterminants. Science & Sports 25: 227-237, 2010.
  26. Larouche R, L Laurencelle, S Grondin & F Trudeau. Influence of birth quarter on the rate of physical activities and sports participation. Journal of Sports Sciences 28 (6): 627-631, 2010.
  27. LeBlanc AG, I Janssen. Dose-response relation between physical activity and dyslipidemia in children and youth. Canadian Journal of Cardiology 26(6):201-205, 2010.
  28. LeBlanc AG, I Janssen. Difference between self-reported and accelerometer measured moderate-to-vigorous physical activity in youth. Pediatric Exercise Science 22:523-534, 2010.
  29. Lloyd MRC ColleyMS Tremblay. Advancing the Debate on ‘Fitness Testing’ for Children: Perhaps We’re Riding the Wrong Animal. Pediatric Exercise Science 22:176-182, 2010.
  30. Murumets K, N O’Reilly, MS Tremblay, P Katzmarzyk. Public Private Partnerships in Physical Activity and Sport: Principles for Successful, Responsible Partnerships. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 7(suppl.3):S317-S319, 2010.
  31. Paradis G, MS Tremblay, I Janssen, A. Chiolero, T. Bushnik. Blood pressure in Canadian children and adolescents. Health Reports 21(2):15-22, 2010.
  32. Plotnikoff RC, P Lightfoot, S McFall, C Spinola, ST Johnson, T Prodaniuk, G Predy, MS Tremblay, L Svenson. Child Health Ecological Surveillance System (CHESS) for childhood obesity: a feasibility study. Chronic Diseases in Canada 30(3):95-106, 2010.
  33. Rutherford JA, LL Spriet, T Stellingwerff. The effect of acute taurine ingestion on endurance performance and metabolism in well-trained cyclists. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism 20(4):322-9, 2010.
  34. Shields M, MS Tremblay. Canadian childhood obesity estimates based on WHO, IOTF and CDC cut-points. International Journal of Pediatric Obesity 5:265-273, 2010.
  35. Shields M, MS Tremblay, M Laviolette, CL Craig, I Janssen, S Connor Gorber. Fitness of Canadian adults: Results from the 2007-2009 Canadian Health Measures Survey. Health Reports 21(1):21-36, 2010.
  36. Takken T, S Stephens, A Balemans, MS Tremblay, DW Esliger, J Schneiderman, D Biggar, P Longmuir, V Wright, B McCrindle, M Hendricks, A Abad, J van der Net, BM Feldman. Validation of the Actiheart activity monitor for measurement of activity energy expenditure in children and adolescents with chronic disease. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 64:1494-1500, 2010.
  37. Tremblay A, JP Chaput. Sleep and metabolic fitness. Sleep, 33: 861, 2010.
  38. Tremblay MSRC Colley, TJ Saunders, GN Healy, N Owen. Physiological and health implications of a sedentary lifestyle. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 35:725-740, 2010.
  39. Tremblay MS, ME Kho, AC Tricco, M Duggan, R Adams. Process description and evaluation of Canadian physical activity guidelines development. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 7:42, 2010.
  40. Tremblay MSM Lloyd. Physical literacy measurement – the missing piece. Physical and Health Education Journal 76(1):26-30, 2010.
  41. Tremblay MSGS Goldfield. Primary care screening and brief counselling for overweight or mildly obese children does not improve BMI, nutrition or physical activity. (Commentary on BMJ 2009; 339:b3308). Evidence-Based Medicine 15:23-24, 2010.
  42. Tremblay MS, V OnyweraKB Adamo. A Child’s Right To Healthy Active Living. Building Capacity in Sub-Saharan Africa to Curb the Impending Physical Activity Transition: The KIDS-CAN Research Alliance. In:  Bennett S,  Pare, M, editors. 20th Anniversary of The Convention on the Rights of the Child, University of Ottawa Nov 18-20, 2009. STM Learning Inc Publishers; 2010.
  43. Tremblay MS, M Shields, M Laviolette, CL Craig, I Janssen, S Connor Gorber. Fitness of Canadian children and youth: Results from the 2007-2009 Canadian Health Measures Survey. Health Reports21(1):7-20, 2010.
  44. Tremblay MS. Assessing the Level of Sedentarism. In C. Bouchard and P.T. Katzmarzyk (Eds.),Physical Activity and Obesity, 2nd Edition. Human Kinetics Publishers. pp. 13-17, 2010.
  45. *Solh Z, *KB Adamo, JL Platt, K Ambler, E Boyd, E Orrbine, E Cummings, and CMA LeBlanc. Practicing What We Preach: A Look At Healthy Active Living Policy and Practice in Canadian Pediatric Hospitals. Paediatrics & Child Health 15(10): e42-e48, 2010. * Shared principal authorship
  46. Stacey D, M Hopkins, KB Adamo, R Shorr, D Prud’homme. Knowledge Translation to Fitness Trainers: A systematic review.  Implementation Science 5:28, 2010.
  47. Wilkins K, NRC Campbell, MR Joffres, HL Johansen, FA McAlister, M Nichol, S Quach, HL Johansen, MS Tremblay. Blood pressure in Canadian adults. Health Reports 21(1):37-46, 2010.
2009
  1. Adamo, K.B., S.A. Prince, A.C. Tricco, S. Connor Gorber, M.S. Tremblay. A comparison of indirect vs. direct measures for assessing physical activity in the pediatric population: a systematic review. International Journal of Pediatric Obesity 4:2‐27, 2009.
  2. Connor Gorber, S., Shields, M.S. Tremblay, I. McDowell. Correcting self‐reported estimates of obesity: can  we more closely approximate measured values? Proceedings of the Statistics Canada International Methodology Symposium 2008 – Data Collection: Challenges, Achievements and New Directions Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 11‐522‐XIE, 2009.
  3. Connor Gorber, S., Schofield‐Hurwitz, J. Hardt, M.S. Tremblay, G. Levasseur. The accuracy of self‐reported smoking: a systematic review of the relationship between self‐reported and cotinine assessed smoking status. Nicotine and Tobacco Research 11:12‐24, 2009.
  4. Cui, , K. De Jesus, H. Zhao, S. Takasawa, B. Shi, C.B. Srikant and J.L. Liu. Overexpression of Reg3α gene increased cell growth and the levels of cyclin D1 and cdk4 in insulinoma cells. Growth Factors 27 (3):195‐202, 2009.
  5. De Jesus, K., Wang, J.L. Liu. A general IGF‐I overexpression effectively rescued somatic growth and bone deficiency caused by growth hormone receptor knockout in mice. Growth Factors 27 (6): 438‐47, 2009.
  6. Faulkner, , C. McCloy, R. Plotnikoff, A. Bauman, L. Brawley, K. Chad, L. Gauvin, J. Spence, M.S. Tremblay. ParticipACTION: Qualitative assessment of Canadian organization’s capacity available to the ‘New’ ParticipACTION. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 6:87, 2009.
  7. Goldfield, G.S. Predictors of Response to an Intervention Modifying Physical Activity and Sedentary behaviour in Overweight/Obese Children: Attitudes Behaviour. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 6 (4), 463‐466, 2009.
  8. Goldfield, S.  Body  Image,  Disordered  Eating,  and  Anabolic  steroid  use  in  female bodybuilders. Eating Disorders: Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 17 (3), 200‐210, 2009.
  9. Goldfield, S. and A. Lumb. Effects of Dietary Restraint and Body Mass Index on the Relative Reinforcing Value of Snack Food. Eating Disorders: Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 17 (1):46‐62, 2009.
  10. Goldfield, S., B. Woodside. (2009). Body Image, Disordered eating, and anabolic steroid use in male bodybuilders: Current vs. Former Users. The Physician & Sportsmedicine, 36 (2), 1‐4, 2009.
  11. Kuk, L., T.J. Saunders, L.E. Davidson and R. Ross. Age‐related Changes in Total and Regional Fat Distribution. Ageing Research Reviews, 8 (4): 339‐348, 2009.
  12. Plotnikoff, R., I. Todosijczuk, G. Faulkner, M.A. Pickering, S. Cragg, K. Chad, J.C. Spence, M.S. Tremblay, C.L. Craig, A. Bauman, L. Brawley, L. Gauvin. ParticipACTION: Baseline assessment of the ‘New’ ParticipACTION: A quantitative survey of Canadian organizational awareness and capacity. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 6:86, 2009.
  13. Prince, A. A population health approach to obesity in Canada – Putting the problem back into context. Transdisciplinary Studies in Population Health Series, 1 (1):22‐ 33, 2009.
  14. Saunders, T.J., E. Davidson, P.M. Janiszewski, J‐P Despres, R. Hudson and R. Ross. Associations of the limb fat to trunk fat ratio with markers of cardiometabolic risk in elderly men and women.  Journals of Gerontology Series: Medical Sciences, 64A (10): 1066‐1070, 2009.
  15. Shields, , S. Connor Gorber, M.S. Tremblay. Methodological issues in anthropometry: self‐ reported versus measured height and weight. Proceedings of the Statistics Canada International Methodology Symposium 2008 – Data Collection: Challenges, Achievements and New Directions. Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 11‐522‐XIE, 2009.
  16. Spence, J.C., R. Brawley, C.L. Craig, R.C. Plotnikoff, M.S. Tremblay, A. Bauman, G. Faulkner, K. Chad, M.I. Clark. ParticipACTION: Awareness of the ParticipACTION campaign among Canadian adults: testing the knowledge gap hypothesis. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 6:85, 2009.
  1. Teng, ACT, B. Adamo, F. Tesson, AFR Stewart. Functional characterization of a promoter polymorphism that drives ACSL5 gene expression in skeletal muscle and associates with diet‐ induced weight loss. The FASEB Journal, 23 (6):1705‐9: 2009.
  1. Tremblay, S. and C.L. Craig. ParticipACTION: Overview and Introduction of Baseline Research on the ‘New’ ParticipACTION. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 6:84, 2009.
  1. Tremblay, M.S. and Shields. Applying the New WHO Child Growth Standards in Canada: What is our Prevalence of Obesity? Children and Exercise XXIV: Proceedings of the 24th Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting, Routledge, U.K., p. 119‐122, 2009.
  1. Tremblay, M.S. Initiatives Related to Childhood Obesity and Inactivity in Canada: Year 2007 in Review. Children and Exercise XXIV: Proceedings of the 24th Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting, Routledge, K., p. 111‐114, 2009.
  2. Tremblay, M.S., M. Brownrigg, R. Deans. Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Children and Exercise XXIV: Proceedings of the 24th Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting, Routledge, U.K., p. 115‐118, 2009.
2008
  1. K.B. Adamo, S.A. Prince, A.C. Tricco, S. Connor-Gorber, M.S. Tremblay. A comparison of indirect versus direct measures for assessing physical activity in the pediatric population: A systematic review. International Journal of Pediatric Obesity Aug(on line), 1-26, 2008.
  2. K.B. Adamo & F. Tesson. Gene-Environment interaction and the metabolic syndrome. Genetic effects on environmental vulnerability to disease. Novartis Foundation Symposia Series Ed. Michael Rutter. Wiley, John & Sons, 293: 103-119, 2008. (Book Chapter).
  3. R.M. Angulo-Barroso, A. Burghardt, M. Lloyd, D.A. Ulrich. Physical activity in infants with Down Syndrome receiving a treadmill intervention. Infant Behavior and Development 31(2) 255-269, 2008.
  1. J. Cameron, G.S. Goldfield, E. Doucet. The effects of prolonged caloric restriction leading to weight loss on food hedonics and reinforcement. Physiology & Behaviour 94(3):474-80, 2008.
  1. R.C. Colley, A. Hills, T. O'Moore-Sullivan, J. Prins, I. Hickman, N. Byrne. Variability in adherence to an  unsupervised exercise prescription in obese women. International Journal of Obesity 32(5): 837- 844, 2008.
  2. S. Connor Gorber, M. Shields, M.S. Tremblay, I. McDowell. The feasibility of establishing correction factors to adjust self-reported estimates of obesity in the Canadian Community Health Survey. Health Reports 19(3):71-82, 2008.
  1. S. Connor Gorber, M.S. Tremblay, N. Campbell, J. Hardt. The accuracy of self-reported hypertension: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Current Hypertension Reviews 4:36-62, 2008.
  1. Z. Ferraro & K.B. Adamo. Pediatric Obesity: It’s time for prevention before conception. Can maternal obesity program prevent pediatric obesity? Clinical Medicine: Pediatrics 2:37-46, 2008.
  1. G.S. Goldfield & A. Lumb.   Smoking, dietary restraint, and gender on the relative reinforcing value of snack food in university students. Appetite 50(2-3):278-89, 2008.
  1. G.S. Goldfield, K.B. Adamo, J. Rutherford, C. Legg. Stress and the relative reinforcing value of food in female binge eaters. Physiology & Behaviour 93(3): 579-587, 2008.
  1. G.S. Goldfield, R. Mallory, D. Prud’homme, K.B. Adamo. Gender differences in response to a physical activity intervention in obese children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 5(4): 592-606, 2008.
  1. E.J. Keely, J.C. Malcolm, S. Hadjiyannakis, I. Gaboury, G. Lough, M.L. Lawson. Prevalence of Metabolic Markers of Insulin Resistance in Offspring of Gestational Diabetes Pregnancies.  Pediatric Diabetes 9:53-59, 2008.
  1. C.L. Lorello, G.S. Goldfield, E. Doucet. Methylphenidate hydrochloride increases energy expenditure in healthy adults. Obesity 16(2): 470-472, 2008.
  1. S.A. Prince, K.B. Adamo, M.E. Hamel, J. Hardt, S. Connor-Gorber, M.S. Tremblay. A comparison of direct versus self-report measures for assessing physical activity in adults: a systematic review. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Nov 6;5(1):56, 2008.
  1. S.A. Prince, I. Janssen, J.E. Tranmer. Influences of body mass index and waist circumference on physical function in older persons with heart failure. Canadian Journal of Cardiology 24(12): 905-911, 2008.
  1. S.A. Prince, I. Janssen, J.E. Tranmer. Self-measured waist circumference in older patients with heart failure: a study of validity and reliability using a Myotape. Journal of Cardio- pulmonary Rehabilitation & Prevention 28(1): 43-7, 2008.
  1. A.W. Probert, M.S. Tremblay, S. Connor Gorber. Desk Potatoes – The Importance of Occupational Physical Activity on Health. Canadian Journal of Public Health 99:311-318, 2008.
  1. L.B. Sherar, D.W. Esliger, A.D.G. Baxter-Jones, M.S. Tremblay. Response to Letter to the Editor regarding “Age and gender differences in youth physical activity: Does physical maturity matter? Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 39:830-835, 2007”. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 40(5):980, 2008.
  1. M. Shields, S. Connor Gorber, M.S. Tremblay. Associations between obesity and morbidity: effects of measurement methods. Obesity Reviews 9:501-502, 2008.
  1. M. Shields and M.S. Tremblay. Sedentary behaviour and obesity among Canadian Adults. Health Reports 19(2):19-30, 2008.
  1. M. Shields and M.S. Tremblay. Screen time among Canadian adults: a profile. Health Reports 19(2):31-43, 2008.
  1. M. Shields, S. Connor Gorber, M.S. Tremblay. Estimates of obesity based on self-report versus direct measures. Health Reports 19(2):61-76, 2008.
  1. M. Shields, S. Connor Gorber, M.S. Tremblay. Effects of measurement on obesity and morbidity. Health Reports 19(2):77-84, 2008.
  1. M.S. Tremblay and M. Shields. Applying the New WHO Child Growth Standards in Canada: What is our Prevalence of Obesity? Children and Exercise XXIV: Proceedings of the 24th Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting, Routledge, U.K., p. 119-122, 2008.
  1. M.S. Tremblay. Initiatives Related to Childhood Obesity and Inactivity in Canada: Year 2007 in Review. Children and Exercise XXIV: Proceedings of the 24th Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting, Routledge, U.K., p. 111-114, 2008.
  1. M.S. Tremblay, M. Brownrigg, R. Deans. Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Children and Exercise XXIV: Proceedings of the 24th Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting, Routledge, U.K., p. 115-118, 2008.
  1. S. Tremblay and M.S. Tremblay. Statistical Methods for Constructing Canadian Growth Charts. Proceedings of the 2007 American Statistical Association Joint Statistical Meeting – Health Policy Statistics 1534-1540, 2008.
  1. M.S. Tremblay, D.W. Esliger, J.L. Copeland, J.D. Barnes, D.R. Bassett. Moving Forward by Looking Back: Lessons Learned from Lost Lifestyles. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 33:836-842, 2008.
  1. M.S. Tremblay. Moving Forward by Looking Back: Physical Activity Across the Ages. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 33:817-818, 2008.
  1. D.A. Ulrich, M. Lloyd, C. Tiernan, J. Looper, R.M. Angulo-Barroso. The effects of intensity of treadmill training on developmental outcomes and stepping in infants with Down Syndrome. Physical Therapy 88(1) 114-122, 2008.
2007
  1. Adamo KB, Dent R, Langefeld CD, Cox M, Williams K, Carrick KM, Stuart JS, Sundseth SS, Harper ME, McPherson R, and F. Tesson. Peroxisome Proliferator-activated Receptor 2 and Acyl-CoA Synthetase 5 Polymorphisms Influence Diet Response: Obesity 15(5): 1068-1075, 2007.
  1. Adamo KB and Tesson F. Genotype-specific weight loss treatment advice - how close are we? Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 32: 351-366, 2007.
  1. Bassett DR, Tremblay MS, Esliger DW, Copeland JL, Barnes JD, Huntington GE. Physical activity and body mass index of children in an Old-Order Mennonite community. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 39:410-415, 2007.
  1. Colley R, Byrne N, Hills A. Implications of the variability in time to isotopic equilibrium in the deuterium dilution technique. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 61:1250-1255, 2007.
  1. Connor-Gorber S, Tremblay MS, Moher D, Gorber B. A comparison of direct versus self-report measures for assessing height, weight and body mass index: a systematic review. Obesity Reviews 8:307-326, 2007.
  1. Day B, Langlois R, Tremblay MS, Knoppers B-M. Canadian Health Measures Survey: Experiences and Perspectives on Socio-Ethical and Legal Issues.  Health  Reports  (Statistics  Canada,  Catalogue  82-003) 18(Suppl.):37-52, 2007.
  1. Esliger D, Probert A, Connor-Gorber S, Bryan S, Laviolette M, Tremblay MS. Validity of the Actical Accelerometer Step Count Function. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 39:1200-1204, 2007.
  1. Esliger DW and Tremblay MS. Physical Activity and Inactivity Profiling: The Next Generation. Canadian Journal of Public Health 98(suppl.2):S195- S207, 2007; and Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 32(suppl.2E):S195-S207, 2007.
  1. Goldfield GS, Lorrello C, Doucet E. Methylphenidate reduces energy intake and dietary fat intake: A mechanism of reduced food reward. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 86: 308-315, 2007.
  1. Goldfield, G.S., Mallory, R., Parker, T., Lumb, A., Cunningham, T., Parker, K., Legg, C., Prud’homme, D. Adamo, KB. Effects of modifying physical activity and television viewing on psychosocial adjustment in overweight and obese children. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 32 (7), 783-793: 2007.
  1. Katzmarzyk PT and Tremblay MS. Limitations of Canada’s Physical Activity Data: Implications for Monitoring Trends. Canadian Journal of Public Health 98(suppl.2):S185-S194, 2007; and Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 32(suppl.2E):S185-S194, 2007.
  1. Katzmarzyk PT, Tremblay S, Morrison R, Tremblay MS. Effects of Physical Activity on Pediatric Reference Data for Obesity. International Journal of Pediatric Obesity 2:138-143, 2007.
  1. Katzmarzyk PT, Janssen I, Tremblay MS, Morrison K. Classification of overweight and obesity in children and adolescents. Canadian Medical Association Journal 176(8 suppl):Online-27-32, 2007.
  1. Keely, E, Malcolm J, Hadjiyannakis S, Gaboury I, Lough G, Lawson M. Prevalence of Metabolic Markers of Insulin Resistance in Offspring of Gestational Diabetes Pregnancies. Pediatric Diabetes 2008 Feb; 9(1): 53-9.
  1. King, N., P. Caudwell, M. Hopkins, N. Byrne, R. Colley, A. Hills, et al. Automatic and volitional compensatory responses to exercise interventions: metabolic and behavioural barriers to weight loss. Obesity Research 15(6):1373-83, 2007.
  1. LeBlanc C, Irving A, Tremblay MS. Individual approaches to the prevention of pediatric obesity using physical activity. Canadian Medical Association Journal 176(8 suppl):Online-95-101, 2007.
  1. Marchand I, Tarnopolsky M, Adamo KB, Bourgeois JM, Chorneyko K, and Graham TE. Qualitative assessment of human muscle glycogen granules size and number in subcellular locations during recovery from prolonged exercise. Journal of Physiology 580(Pt 2):617-628, 2007.
  1. Orpana HM, Tremblay MS, Finès P. Trends in weight change among Canadian adults. Health Reports 18(2):9-16, 2007.
  1. Ross NA, Tremblay S, Khan S, Crouse D, Tremblay MS and Berthelot J-M. Body Mass Index in Urban Canada: Neighbourhood and Metropolitan Area Effects. American Journal of Public Health 97(3):500-508, 2007.
  1. Sherar LB, Esliger DW, Baxter-Jones ADG, Tremblay MS. Age and gender differences in youth physical activity: Does physical maturity matter? Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 39:830-835, 2007.
  1. Stone MR, Esliger DW, Tremblay MS. Comparative validity assessment of five activity monitors: Does being a child matter? Pediatric Exercise Science 19:291-309, 2007.
  1. Tremblay MS, Wolfson M, Connor-Gorber S. Canadian Health Measures Survey: Background, Rationale and Overview. Health Reports (Statistics Canada, Catalogue 82-003) 18(Suppl.):7-20, 2007.
  1. Tremblay MS, Langlois R, Bryan S, Esliger D, Patterson J. Canadian Health Measures Survey Pre-Test: Design, Methods, Results. Health Reports (Statistics Canada, Catalogue 82-003) 18(Suppl.):21-30, 2007.
  1. Tremblay MS. Learning the Unique and Peculiar Challenges of Direct Health Measures Surveys: The Canadian Experience. Proceedings of the Statistics Canada International Methodology Symposium: Methodological  Issues in Measuring Population Health. Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 11-522-XIE, 2007.
  1. Tremblay MS. Major Initiatives Related to Childhood Obesity and Physical Inactivity in Canada: The Year in Review. Canadian Journal of Public Health 98:457-459, 2007.
  1. Tremblay MS and Connor-Gorber S. Canadian Health Measures Survey: Brief Overview. Canadian Journal of Public Health 98:453-456, 2007.
  1. Tremblay MS, Esliger DW, Tremblay A, Colley RC. Incidental movement, lifestyle-embedded activity and sleep: new frontiers in physical activity assessment. Canadian Journal of Public Health 98(suppl.2):S208-S217,2007; and Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 32(suppl.2E):S208-S217, 2007.
  1. Tremblay MS, Shephard RJ, Brawley L, Cameron C, Craig CL, Duggan M, Esliger DW, Hearst W, Hicks A, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Latimer AE, Martin Ginis KA, McGuire A, Paterson DH, Sharratt M, Spence JC, Timmons B, Warburton D, Young K, Zehr L. Physical activity guidelines and guides for Canadians: facts and future. Canadian Journal of Public Health 98(suppl.2):S218-S224, 2007; and Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 32(suppl.2E):S218-S224, 2007.
  1. Tremblay MS, Shephard RJ, Brawley LR. Research that Informs Canada’s Physical Activity Guides: An Introduction. Canadian Journal of Public Health 98(suppl.2):S1-S8, 2007; and Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism 32(suppl.2E):S1-S8, 2007.
  1. Tremblay S, Morrison R, Tremblay MS. Estimating Child BMI Growth Curves for Canada. Proceedings of the Statistics Canada International Methodology  Symposium: Methodological Issues  in  Measuring Population Health, Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 11-522-XIE, 2007.

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

2018
  1. Aubert S, Aucouturier J, Ganière C, Fillon A, Genin P, Schipman J, Larras B, Praznoczy C, Duclos M & Thivel D. Results from France’s 2018 report card on physical activity for children and youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 15(S2):S360-S362, 2018.
  2. Barnes JD, Cameron C, Carson V, Chaput JP, Colley RC, Faulkner GE, Janssen I, Kramers R, Saunders TJ, Spence JC, Tucker P, Vanderloo LM, Tremblay MS. Results from Canada’s 2018 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 15 (Suppl. 2):S328-S330, 2018.
  3. Chaput JP. Poor sleep quality associated with increased BMI in children. Perspective for Endocrine Today, March 2018, p.21.
  4. González SA, Triana CA, Abaunza C, Aldana L, Arias-Gómez LF, Bermúdez J, Camargo Lemos DM, Cuya JC, Cohen DD, Correa-Bautista JE, Escobar ID, Fajardo KL, García J, Gámez R, Gómez JA, Herazo Beltrán Y, Lizarazo MJ, Lozano O, Martínez PA, Mora M, Páez DC, Ramírez-Vélez R, Rodríguez MI, Ruiz N, Tovar G, Uriza JP, Sarmiento OL. Results from Colombia’s 2018 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 15(S2):S335-S337, 2018.
  5. Lang JJ. Exploring the utility of cardiorespiratory fitness as a population health surveillance indicator for children and youth: An international analysis of results from the 20-m shuttle run test. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 43(2):211, 2018.
  6. LeBlanc AG, Chaput JP. School-based intramural programming. Research Brief for Ophea, Winter 2018, 21 pages.
  7. Manyanga T, Munambah NE, Mahachi CB, Makaza D, Tholumusa F, Mlalazi TF, Masocha V, Makoni P, Sithole F, Khumalo B, Rutsate SH, Matsungo T. Results from Zimbabwe's 2018 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. (2018). Journal of Physical Activity and Health 15(S2): S433-S435, 2018.
  8. Tremblay MS, Vanderloo LM, Cairney J, Choquette L, Collet JP, Davies T, Faulkner G, Gitimoghaddam M, Glossop E, Goldowitz D, Gunnell K, Kwan S, Leo J, Markham C, McManus A, Moore S, Pontifex MB, Walsh J, Zwicker JG. Expert Statement on Physical Activity and Brain Health in Children and Youth (2018 - The ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth).
  9. Tremblay MS, Barnes JD, Vanderloo Cameron C, Carson V, Chaput JP, Colley R, Faulkner G, Janssen, I, Kramers R, Saunders T, Spence JC, Tucker T, Aubert S, Belanger K, Blais A, Dutil C, Featherstone R, Gibbons R, González S, Larouche R, Lee J, Livock H, Moncion K, Moore C, Walsh J. Canadian kids need to move more to boost their brain health. 2018 - The ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth.
2017
  1. Aubert S, Barnes J, Tremblay MS. New sedentary behaviour definitions: A terminology consensus project by the Sedentary Behaviour Research Network. WellSpring 28(10):1-4, 2017.
  2. 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.
  3. Tremblay MS, Duggan M, Adams R, Bouchard C, Shephard RJ. A 50th anniversary celebration of CSEP member contributions to the understanding of exercise physiology: physical activity guidelines. CSEP Communiqué, April, 2017.
  4. Tremblay MS, Katzmarzyk PT, Colley RC, Janssen I. A 50th anniversary celebration of CSEP member contributions to the understanding of exercise physiology: a focus on physical activity and fitness epidemiology. CSEP Communiqué, November, 2017.
2016
  1. Alberga AS, Prud’homme D, Sigal RJ, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Gougeon R, Phillips P, Malcolm J, Wells G, Doucette S, Ma J, and Kenny GP. Effects of aerobic training, resistance training or both on fitness in adolescents with obesity: the HEARTY trial. Communiqué, December 2016.
  2. Gunnell KE, Flament MF, Buchholz A, Henderson K, Obeid N, Schubert N, Goldfield GS. Are there reciprocal relationships between physical activity and screen time and symptoms of depression and anxiety in adolescents? Research Spot light in Perseverance: Newsletter of the Canadian Psychological Association’s Sport and Exercise Psychology Section, 1, May 2016 http://www.cpa.ca/aboutcpa/cpasections/sportandexercise/
  3. Gunnell KE, Flament MF, Buchholz A, Henderson K, Obeid N, Schubert N, Goldfield GS. Screen time, Mental Health, & Activity in Youth. Guest blog written for the Team to Address Bariatric Care in Canadian Children (Team ABC3), 2016 Retrieved https://teamabc3.com/2016/05/04/screen-time-mental-health-activity-in-youth/
  4. Poitras VJ. Guest Blog Post on Obesity Panacea, titled “Physical activity in children and youth: something is better than nothing, and more is better!” Available at: http:/blogs.plos.org/obesitypanacea, 2016.
  5. Tremblay MS, Poitras VJ. Integrating physical activity, sleep and sedentary behaviour - a world first! WellSpring 27(9):1-4, 2016. (Alberta Centre for Active Living)
  6. Tremblay MS, Barnes J, LeBlanc A, Janson K. Are Canadian kids too tired to move? 2016 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. WellSpring 27(7):1-4, 2016. (Alberta Centre for Active Living)
  7. Tremblay MS, Prince SA, Ham, J, Barnes J. Major Initiatives Related to Childhood Obesity and Physical Inactivity in Canada: 2014 Year in Review, 2016. Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
2015
  1. Ferraro ZM. From PhD to MD: The value of a postdoctoral fellowship in undergraduate medical education. University of Ottawa Postdoctoral Association Newsletter, volume 2, 2015.
  2. Gunnell K, Poitras V, Tremblay MS. Train your brain! Guest Blog for the Canadian Education Association about the benefits of physical activity for brain development in adolescents. www.cea-ace.ca/blog/mark-tremblay/2015/10/3/%E2%80%9Ctrain-your-brain%E2%80%9D, 2015.
  3. Larouche R. (2015). From divestment to bold climate change mitigation strategies. [e-letter] British Medical Journal. www.bmj.com/content/350/bmj.h600/rapid-responses, 2015.
  4. Longmuir PE, Colley RC, Wherley VA, Tremblay MS. Taking a Stand: Balancing the BENEFITS and RISKS of physical activity in children. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Communique, 2015.
2014
  1. Borghese MM, LeBlanc AG. Healthy active living in a modern world. Ottawa Parenting Times, February/March 2014, 66. http://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, 2014.
  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: http://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 .
2013
  1. Chaput JP. He who sleeps forgets his hunger – Does a lack of sleep cause us to gain weight? The Gazette 2013 [online]. Available at: www.gazette.uottawa.ca/en/2013/08/he-who-sleeps-forgets-his-hunger-does-a-lack-of-sleep-cause-us-to-gain-weight/
  2. Hadjiyannakis S, Buchholz A, Rutherford J, Ball G, Bridger T, Chanoine JP, Davis H, Dettmer E, Klein D, McPherson A, Sharma A. 5As of Pediatric Obesity Management. Health professional’s handbook, 2013.
2012
  1. Adamo KB. Evaluation of the “Freggie Fridays” Program (Newsletter).
  2. Adamo KB. Obesity Prevention from Conception: a workshop to guide the development of a pan Canadian trial targeting the gestational period, CSEP Communique; Aug 2012.
  3. Chaput JP. La rentrée universitaire et le gain de poids… est-ce vraiment lié? La Gazette 2012 [online]. Available at: http://www.gazette.uottawa.ca/fr/2012/09/la-rentree-universitaire-et-le-gain-de-poids-est-ce-vraiment-lie/
  4. Chaput JP, Tremblay A. Obesity at an early age and its impact on child development. In: Tremblay RE, Boivin M, Peters RDeV, eds. Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development [online]. Montreal, Quebec: Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development and Strategic Knowledge Cluster on Early Child Development; 2012: 1-8. Available at: http://www.child-encyclopedia.com/documents/Chaput-TremblayANGxp2.pdf
  5. Colley RC, Barnes JD, Tremblay MS (Active Healthy Kids Canada). Is Active Play Extinct? – Canada’s Report Card on Physical Activity for Children & Youth. Toronto: Active Healthy Kids Canada, 2012.
  6. Colley RC.  Canadian Physical Activity and Sport Data: Matrix of Surveillance Needs and Existing Data Sources. Report Submitted to the Public Health Agency of Canada, 2012.
  7. Ferraro ZM. Power of prevention in the early years. Hospital News – Canada’s Healthcare newspaper, 2012. http://www.hospitalnews.com/power-of-prevention-in-the-early-years
  8. Ferraro ZM. Natural (re)connections: how outdoor play and community greenness improve childhood physical activity levels. Active Healthy Kids Canada. Canada’s Annual Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth (Nature and physical activity section), 2012.
  9. Larouche R, Faulkner GEJ, Tremblay MS. Toward a FITT formula for quantifying active school transport. [e-letter] Pediatrics. 2012 http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/130/2/e296.abstract/reply#pediatrics_el_54575
  10. Neiderer I, Chaput JP, Johnson R, Nicklas T, Provencher V. Emerging perspectives on cardiometabolic health. Proceedings of the 11th Annual Nutrition and Health Symposium. Medical Post 2012: 1-4.
  11. Prince S. Morbidity and Mortality in Ottawa, 2012. Ottawa, ON: Ottawa Public Health, 2012.
  12. Prince S, Butler LA, Russell K, Ali A. Healthy Eating, Active Living, Health Weights, 2012. Ottawa, ON: Ottawa Public Health, 2012.
  13. Prince S, Willmore J, Ali A. Healthy Eating, Active Living and Body Image among Youth. Ottawa, ON: Ottawa Public Health, 2012.
  14. Prince S, Willmore J, Ali A. Mental Health, School Climate and Bullying among Youth. Ottawa, ON: Ottawa Public Health, 2012.
  15. Prince S, Willmore J, Ali A. Youth Tobacco Use. Ottawa, ON: Ottawa Public Health, 2012.
  16. Prince S, Willmore J, Ali A. Gambling among Youth. Ottawa, ON: Ottawa Public Health, 2012.
2011
  1. Adamo KB. Children’s Health in Canada. The International Fruit and Vegetable Alliance Scientific Newsletter, 2011.
  2. Chaput JP, MG Jensen, MC Thivierge, A Tremblay. Metabolic effects of propionic acid-enriched breads. In: Preedy VR, Watson RR, Patel VB, eds. Flour and Breads and their Fortification in Health and Disease Prevention. London, Burlington, San Diego; Academic Press. p.475-484, 2011. 
  3. Chaput JP. Les activités sédentaires du monde moderne stimulent la prise alimentaire. Nutrition science en évolution 9: 15-16, 2011.
  4. Chaput JP. Video game playing promotes overconsumption of food in adolescents. Sport Information Resource Centre 2011 [online]. Available at: http://www.sirc.ca/research_Awards/documents/video_games.pdf
  5. Larouche R. Are today’s kids fit and active? Education and Health, 29(2): 32-35, 2011.
  6. Saunders TJ.  Too much sitting is not the same as too little physical activity.  Diabetes Communicator  Summer p.9-11, 2011.
  7. Saunders TJ.  Can Sitting Too Much Kill You?ScientificAmerican.com January 6, 2011.
  8. Timmons BW, AG LeBlanc, V Carson, M Tremblay. Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for Preschool-aged Children: What we know, what we don’t know, and what we’re doing about it. Interaction Magazine 25(2):31-34, 2011.
2010
  1. Bull F, A Bauman, P Hallal, HW Kohl III, MS Tremblay. Research Priorities for Physical Inactivity in Low and Middle Income Countries. Prepared for the World Health Organisation – A prioritised research agenda for prevention and control of non-communicable disease, 2010.
  2. Chaput JP, L Klingenberg, A Sjödin. Moderna (in)aktiviteter och brist på sömn får oss att äta mer. Nordisk Nutrition 2: 14-16, 2010.
  3. Chaput JP, A Tremblay. Biopsychological factors and body weight stability. In: L Dubé, A Bechara, A Dagher, A Drewnowski, J LeBel, P James, D Richard, R Yada, eds. Obesity Prevention: The Role of Brain and Society on Individual Behavior. Montreal, Quebec: McGill Queen’s University Press; 179-189, 2010.
  4. Colley RC, Lead Author: Active Healthy Kids Canada (2010) - Healthy Habits Start Earlier than You Think – Canada’s Report Card on Physical Activity for Children & Youth. Toronto: Active Healthy Kids Canada.
  5. Larouche R, F Trudeau & RJ Shephard. The challenge of quality physical education. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2010. http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/early/2010/03/08/bjsm.2009.068072.abstract/reply#bjsports_el_4333
  6. Tremblay MS. Development of Updated Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Communiqué, May, 2010.
  7. Tremblay MS. Published editorial “Healthy active living behaviours are the key” in The Ottawa Citizen March 9, 2010.
  8. Tremblay MS. Published editorial “A Number on the Scale” in the Globe and Mail January 16, 2010.
2009
  1. Colley, R.C. and the HALO Team. Active Healthy Kids Canada. Active Kids are Fit to Learn – Canada’s Report Card on Physical Activity for Children & Youth. Toronto: Active Healthy Kids Canada, 2009.
  2. Tremblay, M.S. Suggestions for Updating the UK Physical Activity Guidelines for Young People Based on the Current Scientific Evidence Base. Report submitted to the U.K. Physical Activity Guidelines Coordinating Group (25 pages), 2009.
2008
  1. R.C. Colley, M.S. Tremblay, S. Connor Gorber. Development of Analysis Procedures for the Objective Measurement of Physical Activity Patterns Using Accelerometry in the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Statistics Canada Fellowship Program Final Report (148 pages), 2008.
  2. R.C. Colley. Active Healthy Kids Canada It’s Time to Unplug Our Kids – Canada’s Report Card on Physical Activity for Children & Youth. Toronto: Active Healthy Kids Canada. 2008.
  3. S.A. Prince. Canada’s 2008 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Toronto, ON: Active Healthy Kids Canada. 2008. [Contributor/writer of Built Environment chapter].
  4. M.S. Tremblay, R.C. Colley, S.A. Prince. Technical Paper on the WHO Physical Activity Indicator Proposed as a Method of Measuring Progress towards the Bangkok Charter for Health Promotion in a Globalized World. Commissioned report for the Public Health Agency of Canada. (85 pages), 2008.
2007
  1. Hadjiyannakis S. The Origins of the Pediatric Obesity Epidemic and Potential Targets for Prevention and Treatment. Canadian Diabetes 20(2): p3-5 2007.
  2. Tremblay M. Letter to the Editor. Preserving “surplus” green space for physical activity – we owe our kids no less. Bracebridge Examiner/Weekender May 5.

Book Chapters

2018
  1. Chaput JP, Tremblay A. Obesity at an Early Age and Its Impact on Child Development. In: Tremblay RE, Boivin M, Peters RDeV, eds. Fisher JO, topic ed. Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development [online]. Montreal, Quebec: Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development; 2018: 1-5. Available at: www.child-encyclopedia.com/child-obesity/according-experts/obesity-early-age-and-its-impact-child-development
  2. Okely AD, Tremblay MS, Hammersley M, Aubert S. Targeting sedentary behaviour at the policy level. Leitzmann MF, Jochem C, Schmid D (Eds.) Sedentary Behaviour Epidemiology, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, p. 565-594, 2018.
  3. Mack DE, Wilson PM, Gunnell KE. Moving physical activity research: from quality of life to positive psychological functioning in individuals living with osteoporosis. In W. Néstor Toscano & Rodríguez de la Vega. Handbook of Leisure, Physical Activity, Sports, Recreation and Quality of Life (393-406). Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 2018.
2017
  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.
2016
  1. Carson V, Saunders T, Tremblay MS. Can the epidemiologist learn more from sedentary behaviour than from the measurement of physical activity? In R.J. Shephard and C. Tudor-Locke (Eds.), The Objective Monitoring of Physical Activity: Contributions of Accelerometry to Epidemiology, Exercise Science and Rehabilitation. Springer Series on Epidemiology and Public Health, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, p. 181-196, 2016.
  2. Connor Gorber S, Tremblay MS. Self-report and direct measures of health: bias and implications. In R.J. Shephard and C. Tudor-Locke (Eds.), The Objective Monitoring of Physical Activity: Contributions of Accelerometry to Epidemiology, Exercise Science and Rehabilitation. Springer Series on Epidemiology and Public Health, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, p. 369-376, 2016.
  3. Ferguson LJ, Gunnell KE. Eudaimonic wellbeing: A gendered perspective. In J. Vittersø (Ed). Handbook of Eudaimonic Wellbeing.  Springer International Publishing, Switzerland. p. 427-436, 2016.
  4. Gunnell, KE, Gareau A,  Gaudreau P. Introduction to factor analysis and structural equation modelling. In N. Ntoumanis,  ND.  Myers (Eds.) An Introduction to Intermediate and Advanced Statistical Analyses for Sport and Exercise Scientists. Wiley, Chichester, United Kingdom. p. 79-99, 2016.
  5. Larouche R, Chaput J-P, Tremblay MS. New information on population activity patterns revealed by objective monitoring. In R.J. Shephard and C. Tudor-Locke (Eds.), The Objective Monitoring of Physical Activity: Contributions of Accelerometry to Epidemiology, Exercise Science and Rehabilitation. Springer Series on Epidemiology and Public Health, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, p. 159-179, 2016.
2015
  1. Adamo KB, Wilson S, Belanger K, Chaput JP. Later bedtime is associated with greater daily energy intake and screen time in obese adolescents independent of sleep duration. In: Vash PD, ed. The complexity of adolescent obesity: causes, correlates, and consequences. Oakville, Canada; Apple Academic Press P. 37-50, 2015.
  2. Gunnell KE, Crocker PRE, Mack DE, Zumbo BD. The Effect of a Best Possible Physical Activity Self Intervention on Psychological Need Satisfaction, Well-Being, and Physical Activity. In C Higgins (Ed.). Theories of Psychology: Fundamentals, Applications and Future Directions. Hauppauge, NY:Nova Publishers. P. 45-62, 2015.
2014
  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:Springer. p. 175-191, 2014.
2013
  1. Adamo KB, Jean-Philippe S, Wilson S, Ferraro ZM, Strychar I, Nerenberg K, Goldfield G. Weight Gain in Pregnancy: Women's Body Image and Attitudes, Health Implications and Psychological Challenges. In Weight Gain: Women's Attitudes, Health Implications and Psychological Challenges.  Editor; Volker Briese, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Rostock, Germany. Nova Science Publishers Inc. Hauppauge, NY,  2013.  
  2. McNeil J, Cameron JD, Doucet E. No changes in energy intake, resting and physical activity energy expenditure, or food reinforcement across the menstrual cycle. Book Chapter for Menstrual Cycle: Signs and Symptoms, Psychological/Behavioral Changes and Abnormalities. Editor: Madeleine Gosselin; NOVA Publishers, 2013.
  3. McNeil J, Chaput JP, Forest G, Doucet E. Altered energy balance in response to sleep restriction. In: Simonsen D (Ed.). Hormones and Behavior. Nova Science Publishers, New York, NY p. 105-119, 2013.
  4. McNeil J, Doucet E, Chaput JP. Sleep, sedentary activity and weight gain. In: Preedy VR, Patel VB, Le LA (Eds.). Handbook of Nutrition, Diet and Sleep. Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, The Netherlands p. 211-224, 2013.
2012
  1. Chaput JP, Shields M, Tremblay MS. Statistics in Childhood Obesity. In N. Balakrishnan (Ed.) Handbook of Behavioral and Social Sciences. John Wiley & Sons, Newark, N.J. p. 385-399, 2012.
  2. Larouche, R. (2012). The environmental and population health benefits of active transport: A review. In G. Liu (Ed.) Greenhouse Gases – Emissions, Measurement and Management, pp. 313-340. InTech: Rijeka, Croatia. http://cdn.intechopen.com/pdfs/32358/InTech-The_environmental_and_population_health_benefits_of_active_transport_a_review.pdf
  3. Tremblay MS, Haskell WL. From Science to Physical Activity Guidelines. In C. Bouchard, S.N. Blair and W.L. Haskell (Eds.), Physical Activity and Health, 2nd Edition. Human Kinetics Publishers. p. 359-378, 2012.
2011
Nothing published.
2010
Nothing published.
2009
Nothing published.
2008
Nothing published.
2007
Nothing published.

Conferences and Invited Presentations

Figure 2. Number of scholarly presentations by HALO Research Group from 2006 to 2018 for a total of 1324 to date.
2018
  1. Aubert S, Barnes J, Forse M, Schranz N, Vanderloo L, Gonzalez S, Ocansey R, Areekul K, Reilly J, Kalinowski J, Katzmarzyk P, Tremblay MS. Evidence of Impact of Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance Report Cards. Active Living Research Conference (Banff, Canada), 2018.
  2. Aubert S. Report Card grades on the physical activity of children and youth Comparing 30 very high human development index countries. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  3. Aubert S, Aucouturier J, Ganière C, Fillon A, Genin P, Schipman J, Larras B, Praznoczy C, Duclos M & Thivel D. Results from France’s 2018 report card on physical activity for children and youth. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  4. Barnes JD, Cameron C, Carson V, Chaput JP, Colley RC, Faulkner GEJ, Janssen I, Kramers R, Saunders TJ, Spence JC, Tucker P, Vanderloo LM, Tremblay MS. Results from Canada's 2018 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  5. Barnes JD, Delisle Nyström C, Tremblay MS. An exploratory analysis of missing data from the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Learn to Play Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy project. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  6. Blais AZ, Longmuir PE, Adamo KB, Lougheed J.   Participation of Children with Congenital Heart Disease in a Community-Based Sport Program: Investigating Physical Literacy Outcomes and Perspectives on Physical Activity. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Oakland, USA), 2018.
  7. Blais A, Longmuir PE. Investigating the perspectives of children with complex congenital heart disease on physical activity: Participation in the “Sportball” program. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Oakland, USA), 2018.
  8. Carsley S, Pope E, Anderson LN, Tremblay MS, Tu K, Birken CS. Prevalence of severe obesity and trends over time in a cohort of children and adolescents from primary care electronic medical records in Ontario. Conference on the Recent Advances in the Prevention and Treatment of Childhood and Adolescent Obesity (Calgary, Canada), 2018.
  9. Chaput JP. Integration of pediatric sleep health into public health in Canada. School of Epidemiology and Public Health Seminar Series, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2018.
  10. Chaput JP. Interactions among sleep, sedentary behaviour, physical activity and overall health. Royal Canadian Mounted Police National Headquarters (Ottawa, Canada), 2018.
  11. Chaput JP. Le sommeil, un enjeu de santé à prendre au sérieux. Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Montreal, Canada), 2018.
  12. Chaput JP. How to get a good night’s sleep. Courts Administration Service (Ottawa, Canada), 2018.
  13. Chaput JP. How to write a good scientific paper. Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group, CHEO Research Institute (Ottawa, Canada), 2018.
  14. Chaput JP. Widespread misconceptions about obesity. Weight Management Interest Group, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2018.
  15. Chaput JP. Le continuum du mouvement sur 24 heures. Laboratory of the Metabolic Adaptations to Exercise under Physiological and Pathological Conditions, Université de Clairmont Auvergne (Clermont-Ferrand, France), 2018.
  16. Chaput JP. The 24-hour movement behaviour continuum is critical for influencing overall health of children. CIRCUIT colloquium, CHU Sainte-Justine (Montreal, Canada), 2018.
  17. Chaput JP. The whole day matters for health and wellness! Colonel By Secondary School (Ottawa, Canada), 2018.
  18. Chaput JP. Inadequate sleep as a cause of obesity in children. Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina (Columbia, USA), 2018.
  19. Chaput JP. Mythes largement répandus à propos de l’obésité. Public event on food and health,  Radio-Canada (Montreal, Canada), 2018.
  20. 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. Département de kinésiologie, Université de Montréal (Montreal, Canada), 2018.
  21. Chaput JP. Interactions entre le sommeil, le comportement sédentaire et l’activité physique pour influencer la santé. Faculté des sciences de l’activité physique, Université de Sherbrooke (Sherbrooke, Canada), 2018.
  22. Chaput JP. Bouger davantage n’est pas équivalent à passer moins de temps assis. School of Public Health, University of Montreal (Montreal, Canada), 2018.
  23. Chaput, JP. Interactions among sleep, sedentary behaviour, physical activity and overall health. Canadian Forces Health Services Group Headquarters, Department of National Defence (Ottawa, Canada), 2018.
  24. Chaput JP. How to write a good scientific paper. School of Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2018.
  25. Chaput JP, Livock H, Barnes JD, Pouliot C, LeBlanc AG, Saunders TJ, Tremblay MS, Prud’homme D. Exercising with a screen or music and post-exercise energy compensation in male adolescents. The Obesity Society Annual Meeting (Nashville, USA), 2018.
  26. Delisle Nyström C, Traversy G, Barnes JD, Chaput J-P, Longmuir PE, Tremblay MS. Associations between domains of physical literacy by weight status in 8-12 year old Canadian children. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  27. Dutil C, De Pieri J, Maslovat D, Smith V, Carlsen AN. In a sample of adequate sleepers learning a serial key-press task, online and offline gains are not impaired by sleep characteristics or movement inhibition. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (Toronto, Canada), 2018.
  28. Eny KM, Maguire JL, Dai D, Lebovic G, Adeli K, Hamilton J, Hanley A, Mamdani M, McCrindle B, Tremblay M, Parkin PC, and Birken CS, and the TARGet Kids! collaboration. Accelerated growth in early childhood is associated with increased systolic and diastolic blood pressure. 2018 Canadian Paediatric Society Meeting (Quebec City, Canada), 2018.
  29. Eny KM, Maguire JL, Dai D, Lebovic G, Adeli K, Hamilton J, Hanley A, Mamdani M, McCrindle B, Tremblay M, Parkin PC, Birken CS. Accelerated growth in early childhood is associated with higher systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting (Toronto, Canada), 2018.
  30. Faulkner G, Bassett-Gunter R, White L, Berry T, Tremblay MS. Can The Moblees move Canadian children? Investigating the impact of a television program on children's physical activity. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Hong Kong), 2018.
  31. Goldfield GS. Mental Health in Youth with Obesity. 4th Annual International Congress of Obesity: Treatment of Obesity and Non-Communicable Diseases (Maringa, Brazil), 2018.
  32. Goldfield GS. Raising Resilient Children. Colonel By High School (Ottawa, Canada), 2018.
  33. Goldfield GS, Valois D, Buchholz A, Obeid N, Henderson KA, Cameron JD, Murray MA, Mougharbel F, Chaput JP, Flament M, Restrained Eating Mediates the Relationship Between Weight-based Teasing and BMI in Canadian youth. International Obesity Week Conference (Nashville, USA), 2018.
  34. González S, Lemoine P, Larouche R, Meisel Donoso JD, Tremblay MS, Broberg A, Broyles S, Fogelholm M, Holguin Villarreal GA, Katzmarzyk P, Lambert EV, Uys M, Sarmiento Dueñas OL. Active transport among children from Canada, Colombia, Finland, South Africa and the United States: A tale of two journeys. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  35. González SA, Triana CA, Abaunza C, Aldana L, Arias-Gómez LF, Bermúdez J, Camargo Lemos DM, Cuya JC, Cohen DD, Correa-Bautista JE, Escobar ID, Fajardo KL, García J, Gámez R, Gómez JA, Herazo Beltrán Y, Lizarazo MJ, Lozano O, Martínez PA, Mora M, Páez DC, Ramírez-Vélez R, Rodríguez MI, Ruiz N, Tovar G, Uriza JP, Sarmiento OL. Results from Colombia’s 2018 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  36. González SA. Report Card grades on the physical activity of children and youth from 10 countries with high human development index. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  37. González SA. Colombia’s 2018 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth: Official Launch. VII Course on Policy and Programs for the Promotion of Healthy Habits and Lifestyles (Bogotá, Colombia), 2018.
  38. Guerrero MD, Walsh JJ, Barnes JD, Goldfield G, Tremblay MS. Associations between meeting the Canadian 24-hour movement behaviours and impulsivity control in school-aged children. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Conference (Niagara Falls, Canada), 2018.
  39. Guerrero M, Lee E-Y, Gray CE, Tremblay MS. A pilot assessment of the Forest and Nature School early childhood education and development program in Canada. Outdoor Play and Early Learning Policy Research Invitational Symposium (Toronto, Canada), 2018.
  40. Gunnell KE, Poitras VJ, LeBlanc A, Schibli K, Barbeau K, Hedayati N, Ponitfex MB, Goldfield GS, Dunlap C, Lehan E, Tremblay MS. Physical activity and cognition in children and youth: A systematic review. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology Conference (Toronto, Canada), 2018.
  41. Gunnell KE, Schibli K, Poitras VJ, Hedayati N, Barbeau K, Goldfield G, Tremblay MS. Sedentary behaviour and cognition in children and youth: A systematic review. International Congress of Applied Psychology (Montréal, Canada), 2018.
  42. Hintze LJ, Goldfield G, Doucet E. The rate of weight-loss does not affect appetite sensations differently in women living with obesity. 25th European Congress on Obesity (Vienna, Austria), 2018.
  43. Kakon G, Hadjiyannakis S, Sigal RJ, Goldfield GS, Prud’homme D, Kenny GP, Doucette S, Alberga AS. The Edmonton Obesity Staging System for Pediatrics (EOSS-p), Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Quality of Life in Adolescents with Obesity. Canadian Obesity Network Student and New Professional (CON-SNP) Conference (London, Canada), 2018.
  44. Lang JJ, Tomkinson GR, Janssen I, Ruiz JR, Ortega FB, Tremblay MS. Making a case for cardiorespiratory fitness surveillance among children and youth. Public Health 2018 (Montreal, Canada), 2018.
  45. Lang JJ, Chaput JP, Longmuir PE, Barnes JD, Belanger K, Tomkinson GR, Anderson KD, Bruner B, Copeland JL, Gregg MJ, Hall N, Kolen AM, Lane KN, Law B, MacDonald DJ, Martin LJ, Saunders TJ, Sheehan D, Stone MR, Woodruff SJ, Tremblay MS. Cardiorespiratory fitness is associated with physical literacy in a large sample of Canadian children aged 8 to 12 years. Public Health 2018 (Montreal, Canada), 2018.
  46. Larouche R, Blanchette S, Faulkner G, Leduc G, Riazi N, Trudeau F, Tremblay M. Children’s active transportation: The interplay of individual, parental and social factors. International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress (London, UK), 2018.
  47. Larouche R, Mire E, Belanger K, Barreira T, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Lambert E, Maher C, Maia J, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento O, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Katzmarzyk P, Tremblay M. Relationships between outdoor time, physical activity, sedentary behavior and obesity in children: a 12-country study. International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress (London, UK), 2018.
  48. Larouche R, Leduc G, Trudeau F, Faulkner G, Tremblay MS. Test-retest reliability and construct validity of parental reports of children’s outdoor time. Active Living Research Conference (Banff, Canada), 2018.
  49. Lee E-Y, Barnes JD, Lang JJ, Silva DAS, Tomkinson GR, Tremblay MS. Cardiorespiratory fitness and cardiometabolic health outcomes among American youth (aged 12-17 years): Developing criterion-referenced cut-points. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  50. Lee E-Y, Carson V, Jeon JY, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Levels and correlates of 24-hour movement behaviours among South Koreans: Results from the Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys, 2014-15. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  51. Lee EY, Spence JC, Tremblay MS, Carson V. Meeting 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth and associations with psychological well-being among South Korean adolescents. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Hong Kong), 2018.
  52. Lee E-Y. Gray CE, Tremblay MS. A pilot assessment of the forest and nature school early childhood education and development program in Canada: Rationale and study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Existing Evidence about the Effects if Udeskole – an International Perspective Conference (Fredensborg, Denmark), 2018.
  53. Lee E-Y. Day 1 Wrap-up. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  54. Lee E-Y. Sedentary Living to Healthy Active Living: One PhD and two post-doc training that shaped my research career path. Healthy Active Living and Obesity (HALO) Research Group, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (Ottawa, Canada), 2018.
  55. Lee E-Y. HALO research 1.0. Carleton University - HLTH3401 Childhood Diseases (Ottawa, Canada), 2018.
  56. Lee E-Y. Research Program. School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, Queen’s University (Kingston, Canada), 2018.
  57. Lee J, Alpous A, Yusuf W, Cardarelli S, Rhodenizer T, Shaw-Swettenham K, Adams R, Longmuir PE. Y Kids Academy improves knowledge of healthy living in young adolescents. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (Niagara Falls, Canada), 2018.
  58. Lee J, Lai L, Gow RM, Gardin L, Sananes R, Goldfield G, Longmuir PE. Mental health and quality of life concerns among children with cardiac diagnoses: Which patients are at risk and how can they be identified? North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Oakland, USA), 2018.
  59. Longmuir PE, Barnes JD, Belanger K, Anderson KD, Bruner B, Copeland JL, Gregg MJ, Hall N, Kolen AM, Lane KN, Law B, MacDonald DJ, Martin LJ, Saunders TJ, Sheehan D, Stone MR, Woodruff SJ, Tremblay MS. Physical literacy levels of Canadian children aged 8-12 years: Descriptive and normative results from the RBC Learn to Play CAPL Project. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Biennial Conference (Oakland, USA), 2018.
  60. Longmuir PE, Moore C. Physical literacy: Enabling the capacity to live an active life. The Hospital for Sick Children (Toronto, Canada), 2018.
  61. Longmuir PE, Moore C. Physical literacy: Enabling the capacity to live an active life. Holland Bloorview Children's Rehab Hospital (Toronto, Canada), 2018.
  62. Longmuir PE, Jackson J, Ertel E, Bhatt M, Doja A, Duffy C, Gardin L, Jurencak R, Katz SL, Lai L, Lamontagne C, Lee S, Lougheed J, McCormick A, McMillan H, Pohl D, Roth J, Theoret-Douglas C, Watanabe Duffy K, Wong D, Zemek R. Sensitivity, specificity and reliability of the Get Active Questionnaire for children with/without special considerations for physical activity. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (Niagara Falls, Canada), 2018.
  63. Longmuir PE, Jackson J, Ertel E, Bhatt M, Doja A, Duffy C, Gardin L, Jurencak R, Katz SL, Lai L, Lamontagne C, Lee S, Lougheed J, McCormick A, McMillan H, Pohl D, Roth J, Theoret-Douglas C, Watanabe Duffy K, Wong D, Zemek R. Sensitivity, specificity and reliability of the Get Active Questionnaire for identifying children with medically necessary special considerations for physical activity. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Oakland, USA), 2018.
  64. MacDonald DJ, Saunders TJ, Longmuir PE, Barnes JD, Belanger K, Bruner B, Copeland JL, Gregg MJ, Hal N, Kolen AM, Law B, Martin LJ, Sheehan D, Woodruff SJ, Tremblay MS. The relationship between age, gender, and physical measures with adequacy in and predilection for physical activity. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology Conference (Toronto, Canada), 2018.
  65. Manyanga T, Chaput J-P, Barnes J, Katzmarzyk P, Tremblay MS for the ISCOLE Research Group. No evidence for an epidemiological transition in sleep patterns among children: a 12-country study. 3rd International Conference on Physical Activity, Sport and Health for Development in Africa (Accra, Ghana), 2018.
  66. Manyanga T. Physical Activity and Obesity findings from ISCOLE Mozambique. IC-Physical Activity, Sport and Health for Development in Africa (Accra, Ghana), 2018.
  67. Manyanga T. Indicators of physical activity among children and youth in nine countries with low -to-medium human development indices. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide Australia), 2018.
  68. Manyanga T, Uddin R, Tladi D. Realities, challenges, and opportunities to keep kids in the developing world moving: beyond the Movement to Move. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide Australia), 2018.
  69. Mclaren C, Buchholz A, Hammond N, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Norris ML, Spettigue W, Obeid N. Examining Shape And Weight Concerns Among Adolescents in Tertiary-Care Based Obesity and Eating Disorder Programs. Canadian Obesity Network Student and New Professional (CON-SNP) Conference (London, Canada), 2018.
  70. Melby Ps, Elsborg P, Nielsen G, Tremblay M, Bentsen P. Investigating and measuring physical literacy and kits health- related correlates in Danish children. 10th IUHPE European Conference and International Forum for Health Promotion Research Conference (Trondheim, Norway), 2018.
  71. Moncion K, Bangawan F, McCrindle BW, Russell JL, Longmuir PE. Resting metabolic rates in children with complex congenital heart disease do not differ from healthy age matched children. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Oakland, USA), 2018.
  72. Moore SA, Vanderloo LM, Cairney J, McManus A, Choquette L, Collet JP, Davies T, Faulkner G, Gitimoghadam M, Glossop E, Goldowitz D, Gunnell K, Kwan S, Leo J, Markham C, Pontifex MB, Walsh J, Zwicker JG, Tremblay MS. Physical Activity and Brain Health in Children and Youth: Findings from the 2018 ParticipACTION Expert Panel. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Biennial Conference (Oakland, USA), 2018.
  73. Moore C, Pohl D, Lougheed J, McMillan H, Doja A, Roth J, Venkateswaran S, Johnston D, Klaassen R, McCormick A, Macartney G, Katz S, Boafo A, Sell E, Longmuir PE. Physical literacy screening is feasible in the clinical setting for children with medical conditions and disabilities. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Oakland, USA), 2018.
  74. Murray MA, Obeid N, Henderson K, Buchholz A, Flament MF, Goldfield GS. A Longitudinal Path Model of Screen Time, Depressive Symptoms, Body Image, and Disordered Eating. 126thAnnual Convention of the American Psychological Association (San Francisco, USA), 2018.
  75. Okely A, Tremblay MS, Reilly J, Hongyan G, Florindo A, Draper C. Surveillance study of movement behaviours in the early years. Workshop at the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Hong Kong), 2018.
  76. Onywera VO, Larouche R, Oyeyemi AL, Prista A, Akinroye KK, Heyker S, Owino GE, Tremblay MS. Development and convergent validity of new self-administered questionnaires of active transportation in three African countries: Kenya, Mozambique and Nigeria. 3rd International Conference on Physical Activity, Sport and Health for Development in Africa (Accra, Ghana), 2018.
  77. Riazi N, Blanchette S, Leduc G, Trudeau F, Tremblay M, Larouche R, Faulkner G. Correlates of childhood independent mobility in Canada: Location, location, location. International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress (London, UK), 2018.
  78. Riazi N, Ramanathan S, O’Neill M, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (Ages 0-4): Exploring the perceptions of stakeholders regarding their acceptability, barriers to uptake, and dissemination. Active Living Research Conference (Banff, Canada), 2018.
  79. Sarmiento OL, Gonzalez SA, Lemoine PD, Larouche R, Meisel JD, Tremblay M, Broberg A, Broyles S, Fogelholm M, Holguin G, Naranjo M, Lambert EV, Uys M, Dentro Denstel K, Onywera V, Barreira T, Chaput JP, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Church TS, Katzmarzyk P. Walking or biking to school in low- middle- and high-income cities: lower adiposity indicators in the context of a need vs. choice framework. Walk 21 Conference (Bogota, Colombia), 2018.
  80. Silva DAS, Chaput J-P, Katzmarzyk PT, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Maher C, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Tremblay MS. Participation in Physical Education classes and physical activity and sedentary behavior in children. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting (Minneapolis, USA), 2018.
  81. Silva DAS, Lee EY, Barnes J, Lang JJ, Tomkinson GR, Tremblay MS. Association between cardiorespiratory fitness and body image perception in adolescents in Brazil: evidence for criterion-referenced cut-points. Brazilian Congress of Metabolism, Nutrition and Exercise (Londrina, Brazil), 2018.
  82. Szwimer E, Mougharbel F, Goldfield GS, Alberga AS. The effects of familial and peer weight teasing in childhood and adolescence on mental health outcomes in youth and adulthood: A systematic review. Canadian Obesity Network Student and New Professional (CON-SNP) Conference (London, Canada), 2018.
  83. Tennant EM, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G, Gainforth HL, Latimer-Cheung AE. Exploring parents’ perceptions of the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth. 22nd Annual Eastern Canada Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium (Montreal, Canada), March, 2018.
  84. Tomkinson GR, Lang JJ, Tremblay MS. Temporal trends in the cardiorespiratory fitness of children and adolescents representing 19 high-income and upper-middle-income countries between 1981 and 2014. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Hong Kong), 2018.
  85. Tremblay MS. Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance Global Matrix 3.0 pre-launch workshop. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  86. Tremblay MS. Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance Global Matrix 3.0 Launch. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  87. Tremblay MS. Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance Global Matrix 3.0 post-conference workshop. Movement to Move Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2018.
  88. Tremblay MS, Barnes JD, Cameron C, Carson V, Chaput JP, Colley RC, Faulkner GEJ, Janssen I, Kramers R, Saunders TJ, Spence JC, Tucker P, Vanderloo LM. Results from Canada's 2018 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Conference (Niagara Falls, Canada), 2018.
  89. Tremblay MS. Innovation, technology and childhood healthy active living: moving forward by looking back. Invited keynote address at the Conference on the Recent Advances in the Prevention and Treatment of Childhood and Adolescent Obesity (Calgary, Canada), 2018.
  90. Tremblay MS, Bauman A, Draper C, Mutrie N, Troiano R, Kahlmeier S. Physical activity guidelines debate. Invited plenary speaker at the International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress (London, UK), 2018.
  91. Tremblay MS. Policy lessons learned through the Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance Report Cards. International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress (London, UK), 2018.
  92. Tremblay M, Chaput JP, Adamo K, Aubert S, Barnes J, Choquette L, Duggan M, Faulkner G, Goldfield G, Gray C, Gruber R, Janson K, Janssen I, Janssen X, Jaramillo Garcia A, Kuzik N, LeBlanc C, MacLean J, Okely A, Poitras V, Raynor ME. Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines for the Early Years (0-4 years): An integration of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep. International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress (London, UK), 2018.
  93. Tremblay MS. International comparisons of physical activity indicators in children in Africa: insights from the Global Matrix 2.0. 3rd International Conference on Physical Activity, Sport and Health for Development in Africa (Accra, Ghana), 2018.
  94. Tremblay MS. ISCOLE Mozambique: Rationale and Protocol. Colaboracoes Internacionais em Mocambique e o Estudo Internacional da Obesidade Infantil, Estilo de Vida e Meio Ambiente Symposium , Universidade Pedagogica (Maputo, Mozambique), 2018.
  95. Tremblay MS. Setting the context and the need for less screen time and more green time. Invited keynote address at the Healthy Kids Community Challenge Ottawa Community Learning Forum “From Screen Time to Green Time” Connecting Back to the Outdoors (Ottawa, Canada), 2018.
  96. Tremblay MS. Parks for health: Nature and the outdoors as an antidote for modern living. Invited keynote address at the British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association Annual Symposium (Vancouver, Canada), 2018.
  97. Tremblay MS. Physical Literacy: New Direction of  Youth Fitness Assessment? Invited presentation in the Measurement & Evaluation Symposium at the SHAPE America National Convention (Nashville, USA), March 2018.
  98. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines, Trends in Childhood Physical Activity, and Thoughts on Getting Kids Active. Invited lecture at the Nova Scotia Physical Activity Practitioner Exchange (Halifax, Canada), 2018.
  99. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (0-4 years): An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Mount St. Vincent University (Halifax, Canada), 2018.
  100. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (0-4 years): An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Université de Moncton (Moncton, Canada), 2018.
  101. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (0-4 years): An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. University of New Brunswick (Fredericton, Canada), 2018.
  102. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (0-4 years): An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Lecture to students at the University of Prince Edward Island (Charlottetown, Canada), 2018.
  103. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (0-4 years): An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Public lecture at the University of Prince Edward Island (Charlottetown, Canada), 2018.
  104. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (0-4 years): An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Public lecture at Memorial University of Newfoundland (St. Johns, Canada), 2018.
  105. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines and other Physical Activity Initiatives in Canada. Presentation to Government of Newfoundland and Labrador (St. Johns, Canada), 2018.
  106. Tremblay MS, Carson V, Chaput J-P, Adamo KB, Aubert S, Choquette L, Duggan M, Faulkner G, Goldfield GS, Gray CE, Gruber R, Janson K, Janssen I, Janssen X, Kuzik N, LeBlanc C, MacLean J, Okely A, Poitras VJ, Rayner M -E, Reilly JJ, Sampson M, Spence JC, Timmons BW. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (0-4 years): An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Active Living Research Conference (Banff, Canada), 2018.
  107. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (0-4 years): An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Professional Development Day (Vancouver, Canada), 2018.
  108. Tremblay MS. Background and overview of Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years development. Symposium presentation at the Early Years Conference (Vancouver, Canada), 2018.
  109. Tremblay MS. How to be a good mentor to your students. CHEO Research Institute Seminar Series (Ottawa Canada), 2018.
  110. Tremblay MS. Canadian Health Measures Survey: a brief review from the beginning. Invited presentation at the Canadian Health Measures Survey 10-Year Celebration (Ottawa, Canada), 2018.
  111. Valois DD, Davis CG, Buchholz A, Obeid N, Henderson K, Flament MF, Goldfield GS. Effects of Weight Teasing on Body Image in Youth with Obesity: The Protective Role of Attachment Style and Social Support. 19th annual Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference (Atlanta, USA), 2018.
  112. Vanderloo LM, McFadden K, Berry T, Chulak-Bozzer T, Tremblay MS, Spence JC, Latimer AE, O’Reilly N, Faulkner G, Rhodes RE, Nguyen H. Examination of current participation in physical activities and intention to continue among participants in a national physical activity initiative. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Hong Kong), 2018.
  113. Vanderloo LM, Maguire JL, Dai D, Parkin P, Tremblay MS, Birken CS. Association between parent-reported physical activity and cardiometabolic risk in young children. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting (Toronto, Canada), 2018.
  114. Walsh JJ, Nowak-Flück D, Pontifex MB, Tremblay MS, McManus AM. Associations between neurovascular coupling and cognitive function in school-aged children: a pilot study. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Conference (Niagara Falls, Canada), 2018.
  115. Walsh JJ, Barnes JD, Cameron JD, Goldfield GS, Chaput J-P, Gunnell KE, Ledoux A-A, Zemek R, Tremblay MS. Associations between adherence to the 24-hour movement guidelines and global cognition in school-aged children. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Conference (Niagara Falls, Canada), 2018.
  116. Walsh J, Dunlap C, Miranda J, Thorp D, Kimmerly D, Tschakovsky ME, Gurd BJ. Brief, high-intensity exercise improves selective attention in university students. Movementis Conference (Boston, USA), 2018.
  117. Walsh J, Drouin PJ, King TJ, D’Urzo KA, Tschakovsky ME, Day TA. Acute exercise impairs cognitive function at high altitude. Okanagan Cardiovascular and Respiratory Symposium (Vernon, Canada), 2018.
  118. Walsh J, Nowak-Flück D, Pontifex M, Tremblay M, McManus A. Associations between neurovascular coupling and cognitive function in school-aged children: A pilot study. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Professional Development Day (Vancouver, Canada), 2018.
  119. Walsh J, Goldfield G, Kenney G, Sigal R, Doucette S. Gurd B. Interindividual Variability and Adverse Responses to Body Composition with Exercise Training in Adolescents with Obesity. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting (Minneapolis, USA), 2018.
  120. Yaraskavitch J, Graham J, Lai L, Longmuir PE. Developing physical activity resources for individuals with congenital heart disease: What is most important to patients? North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Oakland, USA), 2018.
  121. Yun L, Vanderloo L, Berry T, Latimer-Cheung A, Van Nguyen H, O’Reilly N, Rhodes R, Spence J, Tremblay M, Faulkner G. Assessing the social climate of physical activity in Canada. International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress (London, UK), 2018.
2017
  1. Abi Nader P, Gaudet J, Brunet J, Gunnell KE, 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, Canada), 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.
  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.
2016
  1. Alberga AS, Sigal RJ, Kenny GP, Prud’homme D, Goldfield GS. Promoting Exercise for Kids and Teens: Let’s NOT Talk About Weight. American Congress of Sports Medicine’s Annual Meeting, World Congress on Exercise is Medicine® and World Congress on the Basic Science of Energy Balance (Boston, USA), 2016.
  2. Alpous A, Longmuir PE. Canadian Physical Literacy Screen: Simple, quick, and accurate identification of children with important physical literacy deficits. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Knoxville, USA), 2016.
  3. Barnes JD, Tremblay MS. Assessing change in indicators of child and youth physical activity in Canada, 2005-2016. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  4. Barnes JD, Tremblay MS. Assessing change in indicators of child and youth physical activity in Canada, 2005-2015. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  5. Bassett-Gunter RL, Faulkner G, Tremblay M, Berry T, Nair P, Kamarhie A. Can the Moblees Move Canadian Kids? North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (Montreal, Canada), 2016.
  6. Belanger K, Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE, Barnes J, Sheehan D, Copeland JL, Woodruff SJ, Bruner B, Law B, Martin LJ, Kolen AM, Stone M, Huybers Withers S, Anderson K, Lane KN, Hall N, Gregg M, Saunders TJ, MacDonald D. Physical literacy domain scores in Canadian children meeting and not meeting Canada’s physical activity guidelines. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  7. Blais A, Longmuir PE. An interactive gym game to assess physical activity adequacy and predilection: The CSAPPA Questionnaire for children unable to read and write. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Knoxville, USA), 2016.
  8. Blais A, Longmuir PE. Vague in, vague out: How published guidelines may make it difficult for cardiologists to provide specific activity recommendations. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Knoxville, USA), 2016.
  9. Blais A. Master’s thesis proposal: Looking at the physical and psychosocial outcomes of an after-school physical activity program among children with congenital heart disease. Exercise is Medicine Student Conference (London, Canada), 2016.
  10. Cameron JD. Running on Empty: Modality of energy deprivation differently heightens food reward and smell performance. Invited keynote speaker at the International Congress on the Treatment of Obesity and Non-Communicable Chronic Diseases (Maringa, Brazil), October 26-28th , 2016.
  11. Carson V, Hunter S, Kuzik N, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Chaput J-P, Saunders TJ, Katzmarzyk PT, Okely AD, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Lee H, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of sedentary behaviour and health indicators in school-aged children and youth: an update. International Conference on Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (Cape Town, South Africa), 2016.
  12. Carson V, Tremblay MS, Chaput J-P, Chastin S. Associations between physical activity, sedentary time, sleep, and adiposity indicators of Canadian children and youth using compositional analyses. International Congress on Obesity (Vancouver, Canada), 2016.
  13. Chaput JP. Sleep duration and health indicators in children and adolescents: a systematic review. SLEEP Meeting (Denver, USA), 2016.
  14. Chaput JP. Importance of a good night’s sleep for overall health in children and youth. Ottawa-Carleton District School Board, Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  15. Chaput JP. Widespread misconceptions about obesity. Medical Students Association, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  16. Chaput JP. Use of social networking sites and adherence to physical activity and screen time recommendations in adolescents. 6th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (ISPAH) (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  17. Chaput JP. Is sleep deprivation a contributor to obesity and type 2 diabetes in children? Canadian Diabetes Association/Canadian Society for Endocrinology and Metabolism Professional Conference and Annual Meetings (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  18. Chaput JP. Importance of sleep for mental and physical health. 6th Conference on Recent Advances in the Prevention & Management of Childhood and Adolescent Obesity (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  19. Chaput JP. From zzz to intense exercise: my journey as a young scientist. Young Investigator Award Lecture. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual General Meeting (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  20. Chaput JP. Systematic review of the relationships between sleep duration and health indicators in school-aged children and youth. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual General Meeting (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  21. Chaput JP. Mid-upper arm circumference as an accurate screening tool for identifying obesity in children from around the world. 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (PASHDA) (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  22. Chaput JP. Healthy active living and obesity research – A Canadian experience. Sport Rehabilitation Department, Beijing Sport University (Beijing, China), 2016.
  23. Chaput JP. Healthy active living and obesity research – A Canadian experience. College of Sports Science, Nanjing Normal University (Nanjing, China), 2016.
  24. Chaput JP. Healthy active living and obesity research – A Canadian experience. School of Kinesiology, Shanghai University of Sport (Shanghai, China), 2016.
  25. Chaput JP. Healthy active living and obesity research – A Canadian experience. Institute of Pediatric Translational Medicine, Shanghai Children’s Medical Center (Shanghai, China), 2016.
  26. Chaput JP. My journey to become a successful scientist at CHEO. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  27. Chaput JP. You snooze, you lose? A good night’s sleep to control body weight. Canadian Obesity Network public webinar (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  28. Chaput JP. Results from the 2016 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Physical Activity Resource Centre (PARC) (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  29. Chaput JP. Health implications of insufficient sleep in children and adolescents. University of Colorado (Denver, USA), 2016.
  30. Chaput JP. Too long or too short – what is the right sleep duration for children? International Congress on Obesity (Vancouver, Canada), 2016.
  31. Chaput JP. Interactions between movement, sleep and other non-movement behaviors in the pathogenesis of obesity and overall health. Exercise is Medicine Canada Event, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  32. Chaput JP. Strategies to successfully build a research program in academia. Queen’s University (Kingston, Canada), 2016.
  33. Chaput JP. Issues and misconceptions about sleep. Queen’s University (Kingston, Canada), 2016.
  34. Chaput JP. ParticipACTION Report Card: the biggest risk is keeping kids indoors. Recreation Connections Manitoba Annual Provincial Conference (Winnipeg, Canada), 2016.
  35. Chaput JP, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Carson V, Gruber R, Olds T, Weiss S, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Belanger K, Eryuzlu S, Callender L, Tremblay MS. Sleep duration and health indicators in children and adolescents: a systematic review. SLEEP Meeting (Denver, USA), 2016.
  36. Cinanni N, D’Alimonte N, Ertel E, Lee S, Shanmugam G, Adamo K, Barrowman N, Tremblay MS, Dillenburg R, Timmons BW, Longmuir PE. Physical inactivity in very young children with congenital heart defects cannot be explained by motor development, hospitalization or cardiopulmonary bypass exposure. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (Montreal, Canada), 2016.
  37. Cinanni N, D’Alimonte N, Ertel E, Lee S, Shanmugam G, Adamo K, Barrowman N, Tremblay MS, Dillenburg R, Timmons BW, Longmuir PE. Physical inactivity in very young children with congenital heart defects cannot be explained by motor development, hospitalization or cardiopulmonary bypass exposure. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Biennial Conference (Knoxville, USA), 2016.
  38. Donahoe K, MacDonald DJ, Tremblay MS, Saunders T. Validation of PiezoRx-determined sedentary time. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  39. Dutil C, Anderson KD, Bruner B, Copeland JL, Gregg MJ, Hall N, Kolen AM, Lane KN, Law B, MacDonald DJ, Martin LJ, Saunders TJ, Sheehan D, Stone M, Woodruff SJ, Barnes JD, Longmuir PE, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy domain scores are more susceptible to the relative age effect in girls than boys. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  40. Dutil C. Master’s thesis proposal: Influence of the relative age effect on scores obtained in the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy in children. Exercise is Medicine Student Conference (London, Canada), 2016.
  41. Dutil C. Self-determination theory: a practical approach when working with different populations. Camosun College, Behavioural Fitness Presentations (British Columbia, Canada), 2016.
  42. Faulkner G, Berry T, Latimer-Cheung A, Rhodes R, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Perceptions of organizational capacity to promote physical activity in Canada: Exploring the impact of ParticipACTION five years after relaunch. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  43. Goldfield GS. Obesity and Mental Health. Keynote presentation at the 6th Conference on Recent Advances in the Prevention and Management of Childhood and Adolescent Obesity: Understanding the Interplay between Physical and Mental Health (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  44. Goldfield, GS. A focus on Mental Health in Youth with Obesity. Canadian Obesity Network-Student meeting, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  45. Gunnell KE, Crocker PRE, Mack DE, Wilson PM. Examining the factor structure of the Personally Expressive Activities Questionnaire in Physical Activity Contexts. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (Waterloo, Canada), 2016.
  46. Gunnell KE, Brunet J, Sabiston CM, Bélanger M. Direct, indirect and reciprocal relationships between psychological need satisfaction and physical activity in adolescents: Their effect on health-related quality of life. North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (Montreal, Canada), 2016.
  47. Heenan A, Sweet SN, Goldfield GS, Kenny GP, Sigal RJ, Alberga A, Tulloch H. Self-efficacy and outcome expectancies predict fitness in obese youth: The HEARTY trial. 1st Annual International Behavioural Trials Network (IBTN) Conference, (Montreal, Canada), 2016.
  48. Heenan A, Sweet SN, Goldfield GS, Kenny GP, Sigal RJ, Alberga A, Tulloch H. The HEARTY trial: Autonomy support and self-determined motivation predict fitness in obese youth. 37th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) (Washington DC, USA), 2016.
  49. Lang J, Tremblay MS, Leger L, Olds T, Tomkinson G. International variability in 20 m shuttle run performance in children and youth: Who are the best from a 50 country comparison? International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  50. Lang J, Tremblay MS, Leger L, Olds T, Tomkinson G. International variability in 20 m shuttle run performance in children and youth: Who are the best from a 50 country comparison? International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  51. Lang J, Tremblay MS, Tomkinson G. Comparing cardiorespiratory fitness standards: What proportion of children and youth are healthy? International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  52. Lang JJ, Dale M, LeBlanc AG, Belanger K, Ortega FB, Léger L, Tremblay MS, Tomkinson GR. Systematic review and analysis of 20 m shuttle run results in children and youth. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  53. 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 active transportation and independent mobility. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  54. Larouche R, Garriguet D, Tremblay MS. Outdoor time and physical activity among young children: the 2012-2013 Canadian Health Measures Survey. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  55. Larouche R, He JX, Calderwood K, Chaput J-P, Leduc G, Boyer C, LeBlanc AG, Borghese MM, Tremblay MS. Relationship between objective measures of the built environment and children’s active transportation and physical activity. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  56. Larouche R, Sarmiento OL, Broyles ST, Denstel KD, Katzmarzyk PT, Church TS, Chaput J-P, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Tremblay MS, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Are the correlates of active school transport context-specific?: the International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment. Active Living Research Conference (Clearwater Beach, USA), 2016.
  57. Larouche R, Tremblay MS, Gray C, Babcock S, Barnes J, Bradstreet CC, Carr D, Chabot G, Choquette L, Chorney D, Collyer C, Herrington S, Jansen K, Janssen I, LeBlanc C, Pickett W, Power M, Sandseter EBH, Simon B, Brussoni M.The ParticipACTION Position Statement on Active Outdoor Play. Active Living Research Conference (Clearwater Beach, USA), 2016.
  58. Larouche R, Mammen G, Faulkner G, Rowe DA. Effectiveness of active school transport interventions: a review and update. 6th International Conference on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  59. Larouche R. Built environment correlates of cycling among school-aged children: a review. Environment(s) and Health conference (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  60. LeBlanc AG, Barnes JD, Tremblay MS, on behalf of the Report Card Research Committee. Results from the 2016 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth: Are Canadian kids too tired move? Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  61. LeBlanc AG, Barnes JD, Tremblay MS. 2015 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Ever Active Schools Conference (Kananaskis, Canada), 2016.
  62. LeBlanc A, Poitras VJ. Are kids too tired to move? Results from the 2016 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada Webinar,
  63. Leduc G. Déclaration de consensus canadien sur le savoir-faire physique. Canadian Sport for Life National Summit 2016 (Gatineau, Canada), 2016.
  64. Leduc G. Évaluation canadienne du savoir-faire physique 101 (ÉCSFP) – Citius Vocem. Canadian Sport for Life National Summit 2016 (Gatineau, Canada), 2016.
  65. Leduc G. Directives canadiennes en matière de mouvement sur 24 heures pour les enfants et les jeunes: une approche intégrée regroupant l’activité physique, le comportement sédentaire et le sommeil. Webinaire, Available at: www.csep.ca/guidelines.
  66. Leduc G. Évaluation canadienne du savoir-faire physique (ÉCSFP) ParticipACTION Webinar, 2016.
  67. Leduc G. Physical Literacy Assessment 101: The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL) ParticipACTION Webinar, 2016.
  68. Livock H, Larouche R, Tremblay MS. The relationship between active transportation and children’s physical activity level. Carleton University Student Research Day (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  69. Longmuir PE, Cinanni N, D’Alimonte N, Ertel E, Dillenburg R, Shanmugam G, Adamo K, Barrowman N, Tremblay MS, Timmons BW, Lee S. Physical inactivity in very young children with congenital heart defects cannot be explained by motor development, hospitalization or cardiopulmonary bypass exposure. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (Montreal, Canada), 2016.
  70. Longmuir PE, Sheehan D, Woodruff S, Copeland JL. Symposium: Physical literacy: The building blocks for a physically active lifestyle. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  71. Longmuir PE. The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  72. Mack DE, Wilson PM, Blais LT, Gunnell KE, Martin B. Enhancing well-being: Do interpersonal supports and psychological need fulfillment matter? Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (Waterloo, Canada), 2016.
  73. Manyanga T, Makaza D, Tremblay M. Physical activity among Zimbabwean children and youth: is there a case for advocacy? 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  74. McVeigh JA, Winkler EAH, Howie EK, Tremblay MS, Smith A, Abbott, RA, Eastwood P, Healy GN, Straker LM. On which days of the week are young adults most physically active and least sedentary? The Raine Study cohort. International Conference on Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (Cape Town, South Africa), June, 2016.
  75. Moncion K, Gow RM, Longmuir PE. Conveying physical activity recommendations to youth with inherited arrhythmia syndromes: Development of a knowledge translation tool. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Knoxville, USA), 2016.
  76. Murray MA, Goldfield GS. Negative implications of social media use among undergraduate students: Emotional eating as a copy strategy. 13th Annual International Conference on Obesity (Vancouver, Canada), 2016.
  77. Okinda FO, Wachira L-J, Muthuri S, Tremblay MS, Onywera V. Assessment of health related physical fitness of 9-11 year old school children in Nairobi County, Kenya. 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  78. Onywera V, Larouche R, Oyeyemi AL, Prista A, Akinroye KK, Tremblay MS. Physical activity and active transport among school children in eastern, western and southern regions of Africa: the case of Kenya, Nigeria, and Mozambique (The PAAT Study). 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  79. Onywera V, Tremblay M, Sheel W, Adamo K, Boit M, Waudo J. Strategic partnership for enhanced research, innovation and uptake in Africa: The KIDSCAN Research Alliance. 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  80. Oyeyemi AL, Larouche R, Prista A, Onywera V, Akinroye KK, Tremblay MS. A systematic review of active transportation research of children and youth in Africa. International Conference on Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (Cape Town, South Africa), 2016.
  81. Poitras VJ, Gray CE, Borghese MM, Carson V, Chaput J-P, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Pate R, Connor-Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. Relationships between objectively measured physical activity and health indicators in school-aged children and youth. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  82. Poitras VJ. Systematic review of the relationships between objectively-measured physical activity and health indicators in school-aged children and youth. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  83. Poitras VJ. Canadian 24-Hour Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Webinar, Available at: www.csep.ca/guidelines.
  84. Qiao Y, Zhang T, Liu H, Katzmarzyk PT, Chaput J-P, Fogelholm M, Johnson WD, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia JAR, 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 time spent in physical /sedentary activity with obesity at ages 9-11 years in 12 countries. 2nd International Congress on Childhood Obesity and Hypertension (Nanjing, China), 2016.
  85. Raizi N, White L, Latimer-Cheung A, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: Exploring the perceptions of stakeholders regarding their acceptability, barriers to uptake, and dissemination. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  86. Saunders TJ, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Chaput J-P, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Olds T, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Tremblay MS, Carson V. Combinations of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep: relationships with health in children and youth. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  87. Tomkinson GR, Lang JJ, Tremblay MS, Dale M, LeBlanc AG, Belanger K, Ortega FB, Léger L. International normative 20m shuttle run values from 850,036 children and youth representing 48 countries. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  88. Tremblay MS. Global Matrix 2.0: A comparison of child physical activity across 38 countries. Invited seminar presentation to the Physical Activity for Health Department, University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, Scotland),
  89. Tremblay MS. Making movement a movement: efforts from Canada to enhance childhood physical activity worldwide. Invited presentation at the University of Stirling Visiting Lecturer Seminar Series (Stirling, Scotland), 2016.
  90. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Invited seminar presentation at the University of Wollongong Early Start Research Institute (Wollongong, Australia), 2016.
  91. Tremblay MS. Global Matrix 2.0: International results from 38 countries. Invited keynote address at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  92. Tremblay MS. Health promotion by connecting to nature through active outdoor play: an antidote to nature deficit disorder. Invited presentation at the NatureSCENE 2016 Nature Inspiration Symposium (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  93. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Invited symposium presentation at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  94. Tremblay MS. Physical activity for health and development: Lessons Africa can give and take from the developed world. Invited keynote presentation at the 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  95. Tremblay MS. Symposium overview and brief description of ISCOLE. 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  96. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Invited presentation to the Canadian Public Health Network Committee (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  97. Tremblay MS. Physical activity and brain function in children: an overview of relationships and possible mechanisms of action. Invited presentation at the Ottawa Advanced Qualification Health and Physical Education Health Fair (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  98. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Invited presentation to the 2016 Conference of the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Ministers of Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation (Lethbridge, Canada), 2016.
  99. Tremblay MS. Is sitting the new soda? The health consequences of excessive sitting. Invited presentation at the International Congress on Obesity (Vancouver, Canada), 2016.
  100. Tremblay MS. Need for 24-hour movement behavior guidelines. Invited presentation at the Wearable Devices & the 24-hour Activity Cycle Workshop (Palo Alto, USA), 2016.
  101. Tremblay MS. The whole day matters: promoting child health through 24-hour movement behaviours. Invited presentation at the Mexican National Pediatric Congress CONAPEME (Cancun, Mexico), 2016.
  102. Tremblay MS. The Global Matrix 2.0, an initiative combining 39 country report card findings. Invited presentation to Thailand Report Card Research Committee (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  103. Tremblay MS. Strategies for optimizing advocacy and impact of the Thailand Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Invited presentation to Thailand Report Card Research Committee (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  104. Tremblay MS. Promoting active outdoor play: Benefits, risks, and challenges. Invited presentation to City of London Healthy Kids Community Challenge Community Family-Friendly Speaker Event (London, Canada), 2016.
  105. Tremblay MS. Promoting active outdoor play: Benefits, risks and challenges. Invited presentation at the Healthy Kids Community Challenge County of Renfrew Conference (Pembroke, Canada), 2016.
  106. Tremblay MS. “The biggest risk is keeping kids indoors”: 2015 ParticipACTION report card on physical activity for children and youth. Active Living Research Conference (Clearwater Beach, USA), 2016.
  107. Tremblay MS. Activity level of Canadian kids: In need of active outdoor play. Symposium presentation Canadian Sport for Life Annual Conference (Gatineau, Canada), 2016.
  108. Uys M, Broyles ST, Barreira TV, Chaput J-P, 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, Katzmarzyk PT for the ISCOLE Research Group. School correlates of in-school physical activity among 10-year old children from 12 countries: the International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle, and the Environment. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  109. Valois D, Davis, C, Buchholz, A, Obeid, N, Henderson K, Goldfield, GS. Effects of weight teasing on body esteem in youth with obesity: Moderating effects of attachment style. Recent Advances in the Prevention and Management of Childhood and Adolescent Obesity – Understanding the Interplay between Physical and Mental Health (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  110. Valois D, Davis C, Goldfield GS. Effects of weight teasing on body esteem in youth with obesity: Moderating effects of attachment style. Carleton University Graduate Student Psychology Conference (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  111. Wasenius N, Harvey ALJ, Grattan KP, Barrowman N, Goldfield GS, Adamo KB. Preschoolers’ Physical Activity and the Role of Maternal Gestational Weight Gain. Obesity Week-2016 – The Annual Meetings of The Obesity Society and American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surger (New Orleans, USA), 2016.
  112. Xia M-W, Doja A, Duffy CM, Gardin L, Gow RM, Jurencak R, Katz SL, Lai LSW, Lamontagne C, Lee S, Lougheed J, McCormick A, McMillan HJ, Pohl D, Roth J, Theoret-Douglas C, Watanabe Duffy K, Wong D, Zemek R, Longmuir PE. Identifying children with medically necessary physical activity restrictions: Optimizing their safe and successful participation with peers and in community. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Knoxville, USA), 2016.
  113. Yusuf W, Cardarelli S, Alpous A, Shaw K, Rhodenizer T, Adams R, Longmuir PE. Enhancing physical activity knowledge of grade 6 students: The Y Kids Academy. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Knoxville, USA), 2016.
2015
  1. Adamo KB. Pregnancy, the placenta and exercise: roles in obesity. The Saltin International Graduate Course in Clinical Exercise & Physiology (Toronto, Canada),
  2. Adamo KB. Assessment of physical activity levels in the free-living pediatric population: What are the choices and why use direct measures? 8th International Neonatal & Childhood Pulmonary Vascular Disease Conference (San Francisco, USA), 2015.
  3. Adamo KB. Are the early years the key to long term health? Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting (Hamilton, Canada),
  4. Adamo KB. The importance of early childhood behaviours for growth and development. 4th Canadian Obesity Summit: Workshop Intergenerational determinants of obesity: from programming to parenting (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  5. Adamo KB. The link between pregnancy and downstream maternal & child obesity. Senate Standing Senate Committee on social affairs, science and technology, Expert Witness (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  6. Adamo KB. The 5A’s of Healthy Pregnancy Weight Gain. University of Saskatchewan Obstetrics & Gynecology Grand Rounds (Saskatoon, Canada), 2015.
  7. Adamo KB. Tackling child obesity starting with mom. How did my career path bring me here? Keynote presentation at Ontario Exercise Physiology Conference; Science in Healthy Living, Aging and Disease (Innisfil, Canada), 2015.
  8. Adamo KB. Networking and how my career brought me here. UOttawa Graduate Students Networking Symposium (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  9. Adamo KB. The importance of the Early Years. UOttawa Exercise is Medicine (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  10. Alpous A, Fournier AA, Longmuir PE. Reliability of simple fitness and physical activity tasks for screening children’s physical literacy in recreation, education, allied-health, coaching and healthcare settings. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (Hamilton, Canada), 2015.
  11. 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. Canadian Paediatric Society (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  12. Alpous A, Fournier A, Longmuir PE. Physical literacy screening tasks for practitioners without specialist training in physical activity. Canadian Obesity Summit (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  13. Banks L, Rosenthal S, Longmuir PE, Manlhiot C, McKillop A, McCrindle BW. Associations between physical activity, exercise capacity, and gross motor skill development are independent of the type of congenital heart disease. Canadian Paediatric Society (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  14. Barreira TV, Schuna Jr J, Tudor-Locke C, Chaput J-P, Church TS, 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, Zhao P, Katzmarzyk PT. Reliability of accelerometer-determined moderate-to-vigorous physical activity in children: A 12 country study. International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement (Limerick, Ireland), 2015.
  15. Biagé A, Guérin E, Goldfield G, Doucet E, Strychar I, Prud’homme D. Influence of menopause transition and physical activity on stress perception: A MONET Group Study. American College of Sports Medicine (San Diego, USA), 2015.
  16. Brunet J, Gunnell KE, Teixeira P, Sabiston C, Belanger M. Unique and combined effects of competence, autonomy and relatedness on quality of life and physical activity among adolescents. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (Edmonton, Canada), 2015.
  17. Cameron JD, Adamo KB, Doucet E , Fried P, Goldfield GS. Effects of prenatal exposure to cigarette smoke on adiposity and metabolism: preliminary evidence of attenuated energy metabolism Teratology Society Annual Meeting (Montreal, Canada), 2015.
  18. Cameron J, Sigal R, Kenny G, Alberga A, Phillips P, Maras D, Borghese M, Murray M, Goldfield G. Increased caloric intake mediates the relationship between screen time and body mass index in overweight/obese adolescents primarily by increased carbohydrate intake: The HEARTY trial. Obesity Society's Annual meeting at Obesity Week (Los Angeles, USA), 2015.
  19. Carson V, Tremblay MS, Chaput J-P, Chastin S. Associations between physical activity, sedentary time, sleep and cardiometabolic biomarkers of children and youth using compositional analyses. International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Brisbane, Australia), 2015.
  20. Carson V, Kuzik N, Hunter S, Wiebe SA, Spence JC, Friedman A, Tremblay MS, Slater L, Hinkley T. Systematic review of sedentary behavior and cognitive development in early childhood. 2015 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2015.
  21. Chaput J-P, Saunders TJ, Tremblay MS, Katzmarzyk PT, Tremblay A, Bouchard C. Workplace standing time and the incidence of obesity and Type 2 Diabetes: A longitudinal study in adults. 2015 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2015.
  22. Chaput JP, Katzmarzyk PT, LeBlanc AG, Tremblay MS, Barreira TV, Broyles ST, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Rae DE, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Church TS, Olds T; for the ISCOLE Research Group. Associations between sleep patterns and lifestyle behaviors in children: an international comparison. European Congress on Obesity (Prague, Czech Republic), 2015.
  23. Chaput JP. Beyond inactivity and unhealthy diet: how should we address obesity in 2015? Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres (CAPHC) (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  24. Chaput JP. Why do we need to move more? Algonquin College (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  25. Chaput JP. Epidemiological aspects of sleep and obesity. The Obesity Society’s Annual Scientific Meeting (Los Angeles, USA), 2015.
  26. Chaput JP. Is sleep deprivation a contributor to the obesity epidemic? School of Epidemiology, Public Health and Preventive Medicine Seminar Series, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  27. Chaput JP. Insufficient sleep and the obesity epidemic in children. Canadian Sleep Society Conference (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  28. Chaput JP. Interactions between movement, sleep and other non-movement behaviors in the pathogenesis of childhood obesity. 8th Fribourg Obesity Research Conference (FORC), University of Fribourg (Fribourg, Switzerland), 2015.
  29. Chaput JP. How to build a successful research program in academia? Graduate and Postdoctoral Research Day, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  30. Chaput JP. L’édition 2015 du Bulletin de l’activité physique chez les jeunes de ParticipACTION. Webinar to discuss the key findings of the 2015 Report Card (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  31. Chaput JP. Workplace standing time and the incidence of obesity and type 2 diabetes: a longitudinal study in adults. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Meeting (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2015.
  32. Chaput JP. Impact of sleep habits on energy balance and body weight stability. Canadian Nutrition Society Annual Conference (Winnipeg, Canada), 2015.
  33. Chaput JP. Prévention de l’obésité chez l’enfant: un défi de taille! GRAPA Scientific Day, Université du Québec à Montréal (Montreal, Canada), 2015.
  34. Chaput JP. Is exergaming a viable tool to address obesity? Canadian Obesity Summit (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  35. Chaput JP. Sleep, food intake, and obesity in kids. Nutrition Resource Centre’s Kids in Focus Webinar Series (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  36. Chaput JP. Lack of sleep causing weight gain: observational evidence. World Congress on Sleep Medicine (Seoul, Korea), 2015.
  37. Chaput JP. The importance of a good night’s sleep for health and wellness in the workplace. Chevron (Calgary, Canada), 2015.
  38. Chaput JP. Go to sleep! Is sleep deprivation contributing to the obesity epidemic? Building Healthy Lifestyles Conference, Arizona State University (Phoenix, USA), 2015.
  39. Chaput JP. Strategies to build a successful research program in obesity-related research. The Obesity Society’s Early-Career Investigator Committee Online Webinar (Ottawa, Canada), 2015
  40. da Silva DF, Ferraro ZM, Adamo K, Machado Fa. Endurance running training guided by heart rate variability in young women: effects on performance. Human Kinetics Graduate Student Annual Research Day, University of Ottawa(Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  41. Ertel E, Cinanni N, Lee S, Adamo K, Barrowman N, Tremblay MS, Timmons B, Dillenburg R, Shanmugam G, Longmuir PE. Impact of congenital heart defects and innocent murmur on the motor development of young children. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  42. Ferraro ZM, Adamo KB. Healthy Pregnancy Weight Gain: Moving Towards the Next Generation of Smart Moms. 4th Canadian Obesity Summit (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  43. Ferraro ZM. Physical activity & pregnancy: Clinical recommendations. Invited Lecture for the uOttawa MD program Exercise is Medicine Interest Group(Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  44. Ferraro ZM. Are Health Canada's pregnancy weight gain guidelines too liberal for patients with obesity? Invited Grand Rounds at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre(Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  45. Ferraro ZM, Page R, Zhang T, Mugbel MA, Fung-Kee-Fung K. Maternal overweight and obesity are not associated with birth weight discordance in twin pregnancies. European Congress on Obesity. (Prague, Czech Republic), 2015.
  46. Ferraro ZM.Pregnancy weight gain: What's the limit? How to stay within it? Invited keynote for the Ontario Society for Nutrition Professionals in Public Health (OSNPPH) annual conference (Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada), 2015.
  47. Ferraro ZM. Developmental origins of obesity: Inheritance or recapitulation? Invited oral presentation for fetal programming workshop. The 4th Canadian Obesity Summit(Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  48. Ferraro ZM,Adamo K. Healthy Pregnancy Weight Gain: Moving Towards the Next Generation of Smart Moms. Awarded best new professional oral presentation at The 4th Canadian Obesity Summit (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  49. Ferraro ZM. Pregnancy weight gain and the developmental origins of obesity: Public health perspectives. Invited keynote – uOttawa resident physician academic day for Preventive Medicine & Public Health, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  50. Ferraro ZM. Physical activity & pregnancy: Clinical recommendations. Guest Lecture for Professor Saunders at the University of Prince Edward Island. (Ottawa, Canada – live webcast), 2015.
  51. Fournier A, Alpous A, Costas Bradstreet C, Antunes E, Tremblay M, Longmuir PE. The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. International Physical Literacy Conference (Vancouver, Canada), 2015.
  52. Ferraro ZM. Pregnancy weight gain: What’s the limit? How to stay within it? Invited keynote – uOttawa Family Medicine Academic Day on weight management, Bruyere Hospital(Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  53. Ferraro ZM. Tips & Tricks for a Successful Presentation: The do's and don'ts of Scientific Story Telling. MFM Fellow Academic Learning Session. The Ottawa General Hospital (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  54. Ferraro ZM.Pregnancy weight gain & the developmental origins of obesity. Inceptus Media Nutrition Lecture Series: Current Issues, Trends and Advances in Infant Nutrition (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  55. Ferraro ZM. Activity Begins in Childhood (ABC) Randomized Controlled Trial day care provider workshop. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario(Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  56. Ferraro ZM. Obesity in preconception and pregnancy: Downstream effects on child obesity. Best Start Resource Centre community public health workshop series (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  57. Ferraro ZM. The 5 A’s of healthy pregnancy weight gain. Best Start Resource Centre community public health workshop series (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  58. Fournier A, Longmuir PE. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. International Physical Literacy Conference, (Vancouver, Canada), 2015.
  59. Gareau A, Gunnell K, Gaudreau P. Atelier pédagogique pour introduire les analyses factorielles et les équations structurales. Société Québécoise de la Recherche en Psychologie (SQRP) (Gatineau, Canada), 2015.
  60. Gray C, Brussoni M, Gibbons R, Ishikawa T, Janssen I, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. Risky outdoor play and health indicators in children: A systematic review. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2015.
  61. Gunnell KE, Flament M, Maras D, Buchholz A, Henderson K, Obeid N, Schubert N, Goldfield G. Changes in anxiety, screen time, and physical activity: A longitudinal REAL study over four years. 14th European Congress of Sport Psychology (Bern, Switzerland), 2015.
  62. Gunnell KE, Flament M, Maras D, Buchholz A, Henderson KA, Obeid N, Schubert N, Goldfield G. Associations between screen time, physical activity, and depression in adolescents: A four year Longitudinal REAL study. Annual general meeting of the North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (Portland, USA), 2015.
  63. Gunnell KE. Psychological mechanisms of change and their impact on physical activity and well-being: Practical implications and considerations for analyzing change. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Research Institute Seminar Series (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  64. Gunnell KE, Brunet J, Bélanger M. Changes in Physical Activity, Screen Time, and Hours Slept Over Three Years as Independent Predictors of Quality Of Life in Youth. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (Edmonton, Canada), 2015.
  65. Herman KM, Saunders TJ, Tremblay MS. Sedentary behaviour trends in Canadian adults: data from the Canadian Community Health Survey 2000 to 2012. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Hamilton), October, 2015.
  66. Hadjiyannakis S. Panel Discussion: Nutrition- Tools for Assessment of Pediatric Obesity. Northern Ontario Pediatric Conference (Sudbury, Canada), 2015.
  67. Hadjiyannakis S. Pediatric Obesity: Assessment and Management Tools. The 5As of Pediatric Obesity Management and the EOSS-P Ontario Pediatric Bariatric Network Education Day (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  68. Hadjiyannakis S. Assessment of the Pediatric Patient Seeking Weight Management. Canadian Obesity Summit (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  69. Hadjiyannakis S. Clinical Debate- Bariatric Surgery for Adolescents (CON). Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group Annual Meeting (Halifax, Canada), 2015.
  70. Hadjiyannakis S. Pediatric Obesity. 11th Annual Update in Endocrinology and Diabetes, University of Ottawa CME (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  71. Hadjiyannakis S, Clark L. Pediatric Obesity : The Essentials of Helping without Harming. CHEO’s 40th Annual Peds Refresher Course (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  72. Hadjiyannakis S. Obesity in Childhood. Mini Med School, The Ottawa Hospital (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  73. Hadjiyannakis S. Childhood Obesity. 64th Annual Family Medicine Refresher Course, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  74. Killham ME, Ferguson LJ, Mosewich AD, Mack DE, Gunnell KE. The role of self-compassion in women athletes’ performance evaluations: A pilot study. North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (Portland, USA), 2015.
  75. Lang JJ, Longmuir P, LeBlanc A, Chaput JP, Lambert EV, Muthuri S, Onywera V, Wachira LJ, Tremblay MS. Correlates of objectively measured moderate-to-vigorous physical activity and cardiorespiratory fitness in Canadian, Kenyan, and South African children. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Hamilton, Canada), 2015.
  76. Lang JJ, McNeil J, Tremblay MS, Saunders TJ. Sit less, stand more: A randomized point-of-decision prompt intervention to reduce sedentary time. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (San Diego, USA), 2015.
  77. Lang J, Longmuir P, Tremblay MS. Feasibility of the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy’s obstacle course to assess movement skill proficiency of groups of children. 29th Australian Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation International Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2015.
  78. Larouche R, Garriguet D, Gunnell KE, Goldfield GS, Tremblay MS. Relationship between time spent outdoors, physical activity and health-related indicators among children: the 2012-2013 Canadian Health Measures Survey. XXIX Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Utrecht, Netherlands), 2015.
  79. Larouche R, Tremblay MS. Active transportation: are Canadian children and youth reaching the target? 1st International Conference on Transport and Health (London, England), 2015.
  80. Larouche R, Chaput JP, Leduc G, Boyer C, LeBlanc AG, Borghese MM, Tremblay MS. Is the duration of active school travel associated with children’s body composition? Canadian Obesity Summit (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  81. Larouche R, Faulkner GEJ, Tremblay MS. Prevalence and correlates of active transportation among adults: the 2007-2011 Canadian Health Measures Surveys. Moving Active Transportation to Higher Ground: Opportunities for Accelerating the Assessment of Health Impacts Conference (Washington, USA), 2015.
  82. Larouche R, Oyeyemi AL, Prista A, Onywera V, Akinroye KK, Tremblay MS. Measuring active transportation in children and youth: a systematic review. Active Living Research Conference (San Diego, USA), 2015.
  83. Larouche R, Stone MR, Buliung RN, Faulkner GEJ. “I want to bike, but I can’t!” – profiling the children who would prefer to cycle to school. 2015 International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2015.
  84. LeBlanc AG, Katzmarzyk PT, Barreira TV, Broyles ST, Chaput J-P, Church TS, 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. Correlates of sedentary behaviour across 12 countries: The International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment (ISCOLE). International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2015.
  85. LeBlanc AG, Chaput JP, Boyer C, Borghese MM, Larouche R, Leduc G, Tremblay MS. Is school language associated with weight status, physical activity, or sedentary behaviour in Canadian children? Canadian Obesity Network Summit (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  86. LeBlanc AG, Tremblay MS, Leduc G, Boyer C, Borghese MM, Chaput JP. Associations between sleep characteristics and dietary intake patterns in 10 year-old Canadian children. World Congress on Sleep Medicine (Seoul, South Korea), 2015.
  87. LeBlanc AG, Boyer C, Borghese MM, Chaput J-P, Leduc G, Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE. Association between habitual activity and knowledge of public health guidelines in Canada. World Congress on Sleep Medicine (Seoul, South Korea), 2015.
  88. LeBlanc AG. Importance on lifestyle habits on healthy active living. Ontario Parks (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  89. LeBlanc AG. Importance of lifestyle habits on healthy active living. Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  90. LeBlanc AG, Gunnell K. Active Kids, Healthy Kids – A Workshop for Parents. Robert Hopkins Public School (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  91. Longmuir PE, Boyer C, McClelland K, Tremblay MS. Teacher ratings of student’s physical activity behaviour, knowledge, attitudes, skill and fitness have low to moderate association with direct measures of student performance. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  92. Longmuir PE, Tremblay MS. Assessing children’s capacity for physical activity: A valid and reliable physical literacy assessment and screening tasks. XXIX Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Utrecht, Netherlands), 2015.
  93. Longmuir PE, Colley RC, Wherley VA, Tremblay MS. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Position Stand: benefit and risk for promoting childhood physical activity. XXIX Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Utrecht, Netherlands), 2015.
  94. Longmuir PE, Boyer C, McClelland K, Tremblay MS. Teacher ratings of students’ physical activity behaviour, knowledge, attitudes, skill and fitness have low to moderate association with direct measures of student performance. Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Utrecht, Netherlands), 2015.
  95. Longmuir PE, Faulkner G, McCrindle BW. Elementary school children after Fontan perceive more barriers to physical activity than healthy peers. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  96. Longmuir PE, Xiong C, Alpous A, Pohl D. Physical activity counselling in children and adolescents with chronic headaches: A pilot study of feasibility and impact. Pediatric Work Physiology 2015 (Utrecht, Netherlands), 2015.
  97. Longmuir PE, Alpous A, Lougheed J. Motor skill and muscular endurance deficits and sedentary behaviour contribute to lower physical literacy in children with congenital heart defects. Canadian Paediatric Society (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  98. Longmuir PE, Alpous A. CAPL screening: Simple and fast tasks to identify children with low physical literacy. International Physical Literacy Conference (Vancouver, Canada), 2015.
  99. Longmuir PE, Alpous A, Hamer S, Lougheed J, Pohl D. Physical literacy of children with epilepsy and congenital heart disease. International Physical Literacy Conference (Vancouver, Canada), 2015.
  100. Longmuir PE, Yap L, Bravo C, Lee SL, Brandão LR. Body Contact Risk During childhood physical activity: Feasibility of a novel method for objective measurements to inform the care of children at risk for bleeding injuries. Association of Hemophilia Clinic Directors of Canada Annual General Meeting (Halifax, Canada), 2015.
  101. Maras D, Murray MA, Schubert N, Henderson K, Buchholz A, Flament MF, Obeid N, Goldfield GS. Negative body and weight esteem differentially mediate the relationship between thin-ideal internalization and mental health in female adolescents. Psychology Outside the Box 2015, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  102. Mugbel MA, Ferraro ZM, Page R, Abbad NA, Zhang T, Lepage N, Fung Kee Fung K. First trimester nuchal translucency in twin pregnancy as a predictor of birth weight discordance. 25th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology(Montreal, Canada), 2015.
  103. Mugbel MA, Ferraro ZM, Page R, Abbad NA, Zhang T, Lepage N, Fung Kee Fung K. First trimester crown-rump length in twin pregnancy as a predictor of birth weight discordance. 25th World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology(Montreal, Canada), 2015.
  104. Murray MA, Maras D, Goldfield GS. The relationship between social media engagement and externalized eating. 2015 American Psychological Association Conference (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  105. Orr K, LeBlanc AG, Berry T, Deshpande S, Faulkner G, Latimer-Cheung AE, O’Reilly N, Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Awareness of Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines and self-reported physical activity: cross-sectional analysis. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Hamilton, Canada), 2015.
  106. Qiao Y, Ma J, Wang Yu, Li W, Katzmarzyk PT, Chaput J-P, Fogelholm M, Johnson WD, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia JAR Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Church TS, Zhao P, Hu G. Birth weight and childhood obesity: a 12-country study. 1st International Congress on Childhood Obesity and Hypertension (Beijing, China), 2015.
  107. Rhodes RE, Berry T, Deshpande S, Faulkner G, Latimer-Cheung A, O’Reilly N, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Predicting changes in child physical activity and three types of parental support behaviors across 12 months. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2015.
  108. Sarker H, Anderson L, Borkhoff C, Abreo K, Tremblay MS, Lebovic G, Maguire J, Parkin P, Birken C. Validation of parent-reported physical and sedentary activity by accelerometry in young children. Canadian Obesity Network Summit (Toronto, Canada), 2015.
  109. Tremblay MS. Promoting active outdoor play: benefits, risks, and challenges. Invited presentation to Thunder Bay Healthy Kids Community Challenge Community Leader Forum (Thunder Bay, Canada), 2015.
  110. Tremblay MS. Back to the basics – the importance of active outdoor play. Invited presentation to Thunder Bay Healthy Kids Community Challenge Public Forum (Thunder Bay, Canada), 2015.
  111. Tremblay MS. An Introduction to the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Invited presentation at the 2015 Nanjing International Symposium on Youth Fitness and Health (Nanjing, China), 2015.
  112. Tremblay MS, Gray C, Babcock S, Barnes J, Costas Bradstreet C, Carr D, Chabot G, Choquette L, Chorney D, Collyer C, Herrington S, Janson K, Janssen I, Larouche R, Pickett W, Power M, Sandseter EBH, Simon B, Brussoni M. Position Statement on Active Outdoor Play. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Hamilton, Canada), 2015.
  113. Tremblay MS. Pediatric physical activity and brain function: an overview of relationships, possible mechanisms, ands research gaps. Invited presentation in the Movement as a window to the developing brain symposium at the 6th Annual Brain Development Conference (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  114. Tremblay MS. Stand-up and take the next step in child health and exercise research: Journeying into unfamiliar territory. Invited Joseph Rutenfranz lecture at the XXIX Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Utrecht, Netherlands), 2015.
  115. Tremblay MS. Active Healthy Kids Report Cards. Workshop presentation at the XXIX Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Utrecht, Netherlands), 2015.
  116. Tremblay MS. Position Statement on Active Outdoor Play: A foundation of evidence to get kids outdoors. Invited presentation to Ottawa Public Health and Partners (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  117. Tremblay MS. Are the Kids Alright? A 24-hour movement guideline for healthier children and youth. Invited webinar presentation to The Conference Board of Canada (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  118. Tremblay MS. Current challenges and possible solutions for promoting healthy active living among today’s children and youth. Invited presentation at the 2015 YMCA-YWCA of the National Capital Region Chair’s Round Table (Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  119. Tremblay MS. Physical activity and sedentary behavior – what matters most in health maintenance. Invited presentation for the American College of Advanced Medicine “Functional Approaches to Treating Obesity, Practical Methods that Work” Webinar Series (on-line from Ottawa, Canada), 2015.
  120. Tremblay MS, Carson V, Barnes J, Moreau E, LeBlanc CMA. Increasing Canadian Pediatricians’ awareness and use of new Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for children and youth. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Conference (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2015.
  121. Tremblay MS. Public Health Guidelines for Sedentary Behaviour. Invited symposium presentation at the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (San Diego, USA), 2015.
  122. Tremblay MS. Playing Outside the Hospital: An iconoclastic perspective on research priorities in children’s health. Invited keynote address at the University of Alberta, Department of Pediatrics Research Day (Edmonton, Canada), 2015.
  123. Tremblay MS. Making Movement a Movement: New insights on physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep. Invited presentation for University of Alberta Department of Pediatrics: Peditaric Grand Rounds (Edmonton), May, 2015.
  124. Tremblay MS. Thinking Outside the Gym: An integrated perspective for healthy movement behaviours in early childhood. Invited keynote address at the National Early Years Conference (Moose Jaw, Canada), 2015.
  125. Tremblay MS. Active Video Games: Friend or Foe? Invited presentation at the National Early Years Conference (Moose Jaw, Canada), 2015.
  126. Tremblay MS, Longmuir P. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. 29th Australian Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation International Conference (Adelaide, Australia), 2015.
  127. Tremblay MS, Longmuir P. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Invited presentation at Southwest University (Chong Qing, China), 2015.
  128. Tremblay MS, Longmuir P. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Invited presentation to the Xigang School District (Da Lian, China), 2015.
  129. Tremblay MS, Longmuir P. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Invited presentation at the Fujian Normal University (Fuzhou, China), 2015.
  130. Tremblay MS. China’s Physical Activity Report Card for Children and Youth and the Global Matrix 2.0. Invited presentation at the Shanghai Sports University (Shanghai, China), 2015.
  131. Tremblay MS, Longmuir P. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Invited presentation at the Shanghai Sports University (Shanghai, China), 2015.
  132. Vepsäläinen H, Mikkilä V, Erkkola M, Broyles ST, Chaput J-P, 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, Church TS, Katzmarzyk PT, Fogelholm M. Association between home and school food environments and dietary behaviors among 9–11-year-old children in 12 countries. International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Brisbane, Australia), 2015.
2014
  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),
  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,
  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),
  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.
2013
  1. Adamo KB, Grattan KP, Harvey A, Naylor P, Temple V, Wilson S, Goldfield GS. Does a physical activity daycare intervention impact body composition and gross motor skills? A pilot randomized control trial. 3rd Canadian Obesity Summit (Vancouver, Canada),
  2. Adamo KB, Wilson S, Jean-Philippe S, Prud’homme D, Colley RC. Physical Activity Levels of Pregnant Women: Are they further from meeting guidelines than the average population? 7th International Diabetes in Pregnancy Symposium- Diabetes, Hypertension, Metabolic Syndrome and Pregnancy (Florence, Italy), 2013.
  3. Alberga AS, Kenny GP, Prud’homme D, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Malcolm J, Phillips P, Ma J, Doucette S, Gougeon R, Wells GA, Sigal RJ. Effects of aerobic training, resistance training or both on cardiometabolic risk factors in obese adolescents: the HEARTY trial. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Conference (Toronto, Canada), 2013.
  4. Alberga AS, Prud’homme D, Kenny GP, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Gougeon R, Malcolm J, Ma J, Sigal RJ. Effects on resting energy expenditure, aerobic and musculoskeletal fitness: the HEARTY exercise trial. 3rd Canadian Obesity Summit (Vancouver, Canada),
  5. Aufreiter S, Colapinto CK, Tremblay MS, Pfeiffer CM, O’Connor DL. Comparison study between RBC folate measured by microbiologic assay and Immulite 2000 immunoassay. Experimental Biology Conference (Boston, USA), 2013.
  6. Barnes J, Colley RC, Tremblay MS on behalf of the Active Healthy Kids Canada Research Work Group. Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth: 2013 Results. European Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Coimbra, Portugal), 2013.
  7. Borghese MM, Tremblay MS, Leduc G, Boyer C, Belanger P, LeBlanc AG, Francis C, Chaput JP. Television Viewing and Food Intake Patterns of Normal Weight, Overweight and Obese 9-11 year-old Canadian Children. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Day (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  8. Cameron JD. Running on Empty: A Look Under the Hood at Challenges to Appetite Regulation Striking a Balance…Weigh in with Knowledge, Research, Practice Symposium - Canadian Diabetes Association (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  9. Carson V. Sedentary Behaviour and Health among Young People. Invited presentation at the University of Ottawa - Faculty of Medicine Pediatric Grand Rounds (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  10. Carson V. Too Much Sitting. Invited presentation at the University of Winnipeg – Faculty of Kinesiology (Winnipeg, Canada), 2013.
  11. Carson V. How Changing Culture and Technology Affects Wellness. Technology: Demon or Saviour? International Wellness Symposium (Lake Louise, Canada), 2013.
  12. Carson V, Janssen I. The Influence of parental modeling on young children's physical activity and sedentary behaviour. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology Conference (SCAPPS) (Kelowna, Canada), 2013.
  13. Carson V, LeBlanc CMA, Moreau E, Tremblay MS. Paediatricians’ awareness, agreement, and use of the new Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines (aged 0-17 years). 90th Canadian Pediatric Society Annual Conference (Edmonton, Canada), 2013.
  14. Carson V, Salmon J, Arundell A, Hesketh KD, Ball K, Daly R, Dunstan D, Crawford DA. Mid-intervention mediated effects on objectively assessed sedentary time among children in the Transform-Us! Clustered-randomized controlled trial. 2013 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) (Ghent, Belgium), 2013.
  15. Carson V, Rosu A, Janssen I. The neighborhood environment, physical activity, and screen time among young children and their parents. 2013 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) (Ghent, Belgium), 2013.
  16. Carson V, Cliff D, Janssen X, Okely A. Longitudinal levels and bouts of sedentary behavior among adolescent girls. 2013 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) (Ghent, Belgium), 2013.
  17. Carson V, Ridgers ND, Howard BJ, Winkler EAH, Healy GN, Owen N, Dustan DW, Salmon J. Light-intensity physical activity and cardiometabolic biomarkers in US adolescents. 2013 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) (Ghent, Belgium), 2013.
  18. Chaput JP, Borghese M, Saunders TJ, Mathieu ME, Henderson M, Tremblay MS, O’Loughlin J, Tremblay A. Combined associations between moderate to vigorous physical activity and sedentary behaviour with cardiometabolic risk factors in children. Canadian Obesity Summit (Vancouver, Canada), 2013.
  19. Chaput JP. Short sleep duration as a risk factor for the development of the metabolic syndrome in adults. The Obesity Society Annual Scientific Meeting (Atlanta, USA), 2013.
  20. Chaput JP. Short sleep duration is associated with features of the metabolic syndrome and with overall cardiometabolic risk in adults. The Obesity Society Annual Scientific Meeting (Atlanta, USA), 2013.
  21. Chaput JP, Hjorth MF, Sjödin A. Seasonal variation in objectively measured physical activity, sedentary time, and sleep duration among children. 3rd International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement (ICAMPAM) (Amherst, USA), 2013.
  22. Chaput JP, Hjorth MF, Sjödin A. Sleep duration and sleep variability are associated with dietary risk factors for obesity in children. 3rd International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement (ICAMPAM) (Amherst, USA), 2013.
  23. Chaput JP. Combined associations between moderate to vigorous physical activity and sedentary behaviour with cardiometabolic risk factors in children. 3rd Canadian Obesity Summit (Vancouver, Canada), 2013.
  24. Chaput JP. Healthy active living and obesity research – A Canadian experience. 4th International Congress on Sport Pedagogy (Maringá, Brazil), 2013.
  25. Chaput JP. Role of nutrition and physical activity in the prevention and treatment of obesity. 4th International Congress on Sport Pedagogy (Maringá, Brazil), 2013.
  26. Chaput JP. Insufficient sleep as a contributor to type 2 diabetes. 9th Lawson Diabetes Workshop (Montreal, Canada), 2013.
  27. Chaput JP. Is sleep deprivation a contributor to the obesity epidemic?” Canadian Sleep Society Meeting (Halifax, Canada), 2013.
  28. Chaput JP. Sleep patterns, diet quality and energy balance. Ingestive Behavior Research Center (IBRC) Symposium on Eating Patterns, Diet Quality and Energy Balance (Purdue University, West Lafayette, USA), 2013.
  29. Chaput JP. Go to sleep! The association between sleep duration and weight. Public Health Agency of Canada’s Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Branch Science Seminar Series (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  30. Chaput JP. L’édition 2013 du Bulletin de l’activité physique chez les jeunes de Jeunes en forme Canada. Healthy Eating Physical Activity Coalition of New Brunswick (Moncton, Canada), 2013.
  31. Chaput JP. Measurement of sleep in research: not a waste of time! 3rd International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement (ICAMPAM) (Amherst, USA), 2013.
  32. Chaput JP. Shedding light on shedding weight: dissolve the myths and get the facts on obesity. University of Ottawa Alumni Week (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  33. Chaput JP. Healthy active living as an ally in cardiometabolic health. Research Canada’s Health Research Caucus on Cardiac Research and Heart Health (Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  34. Chaput JP. Is it time to address lack of sleep in health promotion? 3rd Canadian Obesity Summit (Vancouver, Canada), 2013.
  35. Chaput JP. The obesogenic environment… the multiple psychosocial and environmental factors that contribute to overweight and obesity in children and adults. Food & Consumer Products of Canada Forum titled Thinking outside the box… shaping a framework to stem the tide of childhood obesity (Mississauga, Canada), 2013.
  36. Colapinto CK, Tremblay MS, Aufreiter S, Bushnik T, Pfeiffer CM, O’Connor DL. A comparison of American and Canadian RBC folate concentrations. Experimental Biology Conference (Boston, USA), 2013.
  37. Fisher K, von Tigerstrom B, Larre T, Mawani A, Cameron C, Chad K, Reeder B, Tremblay M. The Children’s Fitness Tax Credit (CFTC): Awareness and use in the first three years (2007-2009). Canadian Obesity Summit (Vancouver, Canada), 2013.
  38. Francis C, Longmuir P, Boiarskaia E, Zhu W, Lloyd M, Tremblay M. Developing a physical literacy model to establish item, factor and domain weighting within the Canadian Assessment of Physicl Literacy: A Delphi process. International Physical Literacy Conference (Banff, Canada), 2013.
  39. Hadjiyannakis S, Buchholz A, Rutherford J, L Clark, A Aylett. 5As of Pediatric Obesity Management. Canadian Obesity Summit (Vancouver, Canada), 2013.
  40. Hadjiyannakis S, Clark L, Rutherford J, N Charette. 5As of Pediatric Obesity Management. Interdisciplinary team workshop presented to health practitioners (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  41. Hartman BA, Colapinto CK, Hanley AJ, Aufreiter S, Tremblay MS, O’Connor DL. A comprehensive list of sociodemographic, dietary and lifestyle factors has limited predictive power in determining RBC folate concentrations maximally protective against neural tube defects. Experimental Biology Conference (Boston, USA), 2013.
  42. Henderson K, Mayman S, Norris M, Obeid N, Johnston A, Klemencic N, Maras D, Perkins J, Spettigue W. Short term outcomes from a family based parent education support group. International Conference of Eating Disorders (Montreal, Canada), 2013.
  43. Jarvis JW, Rhodes RE, Deshpande S, Berry T, Chulak-Bozzer T, Faulkner G, Spence J C, Tremblay MS, Latimer-Cheung AE. Investigating the role of brand equity in mediating the relationship between message exposure and parent support for their child’s physical activity. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology Conference (Kelowna, Canada), 2013.
  44. Jarvis JW, Berry T, Deshpande, Faulkner G, Rhodes R, Spence JC, Tremblay MS, Latimer-Cheung AE. Building the brand equity of a national physical activity promotion organization. Society for Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting (San Francisco, USA), 2013.
  45. Jean-Philippe S, Wilson S, Ferraro ZM, Strychar I, Goldfield G, Adamo KB. Comparison of pregnant nulli- and multiparous women attitude to weight gain. Canadian Obesity Network’s 3rd Canadian Obesity Summit (Vancouver, Canada), 2013.
  46. Larouche R, Faulkner G, Tremblay MS. Associations between neighbourhood walkability, active school transport and physical activity levels in primary and secondary school students: a pilot-study. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Toronto, Canada), 2013.
  47. Larouche R, Faulkner G, Fortier M, Tremblay MS. Relationships among active transportation, physical activity, fitness and cardiovascular disease risk factors in adolescents: the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Toronto, Canada), October, 2013.
  48. Larouche R, Faulkner G, Tremblay MS. Children- and parent-perceived barriers to active school transport and their association with children’s travel mode: a pilot-study. Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  49. Larouche R, Faulkner G, Tremblay MS. Changes in active school transport and physical activity during the transition from primary to secondary school: a prospective pilot-study. Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  50. LeBlanc A, Boyer C, Tremblay MS, Longmuir P. Children’s knowledge and understanding of physical activity guidelines : information from the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Toronto, Canada), October, 2013.
  51. Longmuir PE. National Paediatric Cardiology Grand Rounds. The doctors didn't do two open heart operations on me so I could sit in a corner: SUCCESS Strategies for Guiding Children with Cardiac Diagnoses to a Healthy, Active Lifestyle. Canadian Paediatric Cardiology Association (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  52. Longmuir PE. Healthy Communities, Partners in Advocacy. Physical Literacy for Ontario Children: Advocating for Physical Literacy Screening in Paediatric Health Care. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  53. Longmuir PE. International Physical Literacy Symposium. The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (Banff, Canada), 2013.
  54. Longmuir PE, Cowie-Bonne J, Sheehan D. International Physical Literacy Symposium. The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (Banff, Canada), 2013.
  55. Longmuir PE. Jubilee Women's Group. Physical Activity for Children with Heart Problems (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  56. Maras D, Murray M, Buchholz A, Henderson K, Obeid N, Flament M, Birmingham M, Goldfield G. Association between sedentary screen-based activities and symptoms of depression and anxiety in a community sample of Ontario youth. 6th annual CHEO Research Day (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  57. Maras D, Goldfield G, Gick M, Henderson K, Buchholz A, Flament M. Attachment style and obesity: Examining mediators in a community sample of Ontario youth. 74th annual Canadian Psychological Association Convention (Quebec City, Canada), 2013.
  58. McClelland K, Orlick T, Longmuir P, Lloyd R, Lloyd M, Tremblay M. Motivational aspects of physical literacy: a qualitative approach using the self determination theory. Eastern Canada Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium (St. Catherines, Canada), 2013.
  59. Murray M, Hickey AJ, Maras D, Wilson A, Goldfield G. Excessive time spent on social networking sites predicts dietary restraint among undergraduate students. 2nd National Psychology Outside the Box Conference, (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  60. Murray MA, Moorman J, Goldfield GS. Problematic computer-mediated social networking as a predictor of body esteem among undergraduate students. 6th Annual Conference on Emerging Adulthood (Chicago, USA), 2013.
  61. Murray MA, Sigal RJ, Kenny GP, Hadjiyannakis S, Alberga AS, Phillips P, Wilson A, Goldfield GS. Screen time behavior as a predictor of depressive symptoms in overweight and obese adolescents. American Psychological Conference (Honolulu, USA), 2013.
  62. Murray MA, Obeid N, Henderson K, Flament MF, Buchholz A, Birmingham M, Goldfield GS. Perceived family adaptability as a mediating variable in the relationship between family meals and decreased emotional eating among adolescents. International Conference on Eating Disorders (Montreal, Canada), 2013.
  63. Onywera V, Wachira J, Muthuri S, Tremblay M. The International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment: Preliminary Results from Kenya. International Congress of Nutrition (Granada, Spain), 2013.
  64. Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Receding physical activity patterns in Africa: A call to action. Ghana Physical Education and Sport Think Tank and Exercise Medicine Ghana (CPEStt-EMG) Annual Conference (Accra, Ghana), 2013.
  65. Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Can we address the emerging physical activity transition challenge to promoting sporting excellence in East Africa? Eastern African University Games Pre-Games Scientific Symposium (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania), 2013.
  66. Platts J, Kristjansson E, Flament M, Goldfield G, Henderson K, Buchholz A, Vitoroulis I. Neighbourhood food environment, fast food near schools, and adolescent body weight. Society for Community Research and Action (Miami, USA), 2013.
  67. R Rhodes, T. Berry, Tremblay MS, Spence JC, Latimer-Cheung A, Craig CL, Faulkner G. Understanding parental support of child physical activity behavior. Society for Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting (San Francisco, USA), 2013.
  68. Saunders TJ, Carson V, Tremblay MS. Movement variability is independently associated with clustered cardiometabolic disease risk in American youth. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Toronto, Canada), 2013.
  69. Saunders TJ, Tremblay MS, Mathieu M-E, Henderson M, O’Loughlin J, Tremblay A, Chaput J-P. Associations of sedentary behavior, breaks in sedentary time and length of sedentary bouts with cardiometabolic risk in children. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Toronto, Canada), 2013.
  70. Saunders TJ, Tremblay MS, Després JP, Bouchard C, Tremblay A, Chaput JP. Sedentary behaviour, visceral fat accumulation and cardiometabolic risk: a 6-year longitudinal study from the Quebec Family Study. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Indianapolis, USA), 2013.
  71. Sigal RJ, Alberga AS, Goldfield GS, Kenny GP, Hadjiyannakis S, Prud’homme D, Malcolm J, Phillips P, Ma J, Tulloch H, Gougeon R, Wells GA. Effects of Aerobic Exercise, Resistance Exercise or Both on Percent Body Fat in Overweight Adolescents: the HEARTY Trial. American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions (Chicago, USA), 2013.
  72. Sigal RJ, Alberga AS, Goldfield GS, Kenny GP, Hadjiyannakis S, Prud’homme D, Malcolm J, Phillips P, Ma J, Tulloch H, Gougeon R, Wells GA. Effects of Aerobic Exercise, Resistance Exercise or Both on Percent Body Fat in Overweight Adolescents: the HEARTY Trial. 16th Annual CDA/CSEM Professional Conference and Annual Meetings (Montreal, Canada), 2013.
  73. Spettigue W, Norris M, Fu M, Obeid N, Maras, D. A review of online resources available for adolescents with eating disorders and their families. 33rd Annual Conference of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (Vancouver, Canada), 2013.
  74. Tremblay M. Is sitting around killing us? Invited and featured presentation at the Canadian Obesity Summit (Vancouver, Canada), 2013.
  75. Tremblay MS, LeBlanc AG, Adamo KB, Goldfield, GS. Healthy Active Living in the Early Years (aged 0-4 years). The International Life Sciences Institute Annual Meeting (Miami, USA), 2013.
  76. Tremblay MS, Saunders TJ, Goldfield GS, Colley RC, Kenny GP, Doucet E, Chaput J-P. 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. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Toronto, Canada), 2013.
  77. Tremblay MS. Powering the movement to get kids moving: strategic use of report cards, guidelines and tests. Invited Sansom Seminar Presentation University of South Australia (Adelaide, Australia), 2013.
  78. Tremblay MS. Stand Up for Healthy Active Living: New Perspectives on the Perils of Sedentary Behaviours. Invited keynote presentation at the Ontario College of Family Physicians 51st Annual Scientific Assembly (Toronto, Canada), November, 2013.
  79. Tremblay MS. Perspectives on Injury Prevention and Risky Play. As safe as possible or as safe as necessary – can injury prevention include healthy risk promotion? Symposium (Montreal, Canada), 2013.
  80. Tremblay MS. Stand Up for Healthy Active Living: Could this be the solution to the childhood obesity epidemic? Invited presentation at the Conference Board of Canada 2nd Summit on Sustainable Health and Health Care (Toronto, Canada), 2013.
  81. Tremblay MS. Stand Up for Healthy Active Living: New Perspectives on the Perils of Sedentary Behaviours. Invited presentation at Glasgow Caledonian University (Glasgow, Scotland), 2013.
  82. Tremblay MS. The Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card. Invited presentation at the launch of the Active Healthy Kids Scotland Report Card (Glasgow, Scotland), 2013.
  83. Tremblay MS. Next steps and implementing Active Canada 20/20. Invited symposium presentation at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Toronto, Canada), 2013.
  84. Tremblay MS, LeBlanc AG, Chaput J-P. Active Video Games – Modern Movement Motivator or Authentic Activity Antagonist? European Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Coimbra, Portugal), 2013.
  85. Tremblay MS. Powering the Movement to get Kids Moving: Strategic use of report cards, guidelines and tests. Invited presentation at the 19th Annual International Physical Activity and Public Health Course (Park City, USA), 2013.
  86. Tremblay MS. Stand Up for Healthy Active Living: New Perspectives on the Perils of Sedentary Behaviours. Invited presentation at the 8th Annual Family Health Team Registered Dietician Conference (Guelph, Canada), 2013.
  87. Tremblay MS. Healthy Active Living in Canadian Schools: Moving from Rhetoric to Reality. Invited presentation and workshop at the Canadian School Boards’ Association Annual Conference (Vancouver, Canada), 2013.
  88. Tremblay MS. Making Movement a Movement: New Insights on Why and How. Invited presentation at the Chatham-Kent Community Development Forum (Chatham-Kent, Canada), 2013.
  89. Tremblay MS. Public-Private Partnerships: Principles for Responsible Partnerships – thinking it through. Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  90. Tremblay MS. The Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card – Lessons for Active Healthy Kids Scotland. Invited presentation at the inaugural meeting of Active Healthy Kids Scotland (Glasgow, Scotland), 2013.
  91. Tremblay MS. Obesity: The inevitable consequence of modern living? Invited presentation to the University of Ottawa Mini Medical School (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  92. Tremblay MS. Healthy Active Living in Canada. Invited presentation to the Canadian Alliance for Sustainable Health Care of the Conference Board of Canada (Toronto, Canada), 2013.
  93. Tremblay MS. More Active, More Often: Assessments, Audits, and Accountability – measure to make a difference! Invited keynote address at the Chatham-Kent Healthy Communities Forum (Chatham-Kent, Canada), 2013.
  94. Tremblay MS. Making Movement a Movement. Invited keynote address at the Chatham-Kent Healthy Communities Forum (Chatham-Kent, Canada), 2013.
  95. Tremblay MS, LeBlanc A, Chaput J-P. Active Video Games – modern movement motivator or authentic activity antagonist? Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  96. Tremblay MS. Making Movement a Movement – an urgent call for action. Invited keynote address at the Ontario Public School Boards' Association Public Education Symposium (Toronto, Canada), 2013.
  97. Tremblay MS, LeBlanc A, Adamo K, Goldfield G. Healthy Active Living in the Early Years (aged 0-4 years). Invited presentation at the International Life Sciences Institute Annual Meeting (Miami, USA), 2013.
  98. Vasquez-Garibay EM, Miranda Rios L, Romero Velarde E, Nuno Cosio ME, Troyo Sanroman R, Campos Barrera L, Caro Sabido E, Ramirez Diaz J, Tremblay M. Overweight and obesity in children of Arandas, Mexico during the nutrition transition. Experimental Biology Conference (Boston, USA), 2013.
  99. Vitoroulis I, Goldfield GS, Henderson K, Buchholz A, Obeid N, Flament MF. Acculturation and ethnic group differences in eating behaviors and attitudes among Canadian adolescents. Institute of Mental Health Research Young Researchers’ Conference (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  100. Wachira LJ, Muthuri SK, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. The International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment (ISCOLE) Kenya: Protocols, Experiences, and Advice for African Countries. Ghana Physical Education and Sport Think Tank and Exercise Medicine Ghana (CPEStt-EMG) Annual Conference (Accra, Ghana), 2013.
  101. White L, Luciani A, Berry T, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung A, Rhodes R, Spence J, Tremblay M, Faulkner G. Sports Day in Canada: Examining Correlates of Awareness and Intentions to Participate in Sport. Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference (Ottawa, Canada), 2013.
  102. Wilson SL, Ferraro ZM, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Doucet E, Adamo KB. Appetite signaling proteins, glucose and appetite sensations in obese adolescents with subclinical binge eating disorder. Canadian Obesity Network’s 3rd Canadian Obesity Summit (Vancouver, Canada), 2013.
2012
  1. Adamo KB, Harvey A, Grattan K, Goldfield GS. Evaluation of “Freggie Friday” program to promote fruit and vegetable consumption in Canadian elementary school-aged children. 4th Congress of the European Academy of Pediatrics (Istanbul, Turkey), 2012.
  2. Adamo KB. Pregnancy- a critical period for intervention. Canadian Perinatal Program Coalition meeting (Ottawa), 2012.
  3. Adamo KB. Pregnancy - the importance of gestational weight gain as a target for intervention. CIHR team planning meeting (Halifax, NS). 2012.
  4. Adamo KB. Power of Obesity Prevention in the Early Years. University of Heart Institute Prevention and Rehabilitation Centre Rounds (Ottawa), 2012.
  5. Adamo KB. Child Obesity: how big is the problem, what are the contributors and how do we intervene? 4th Annual Greco Gives Back Gala for the Foundation to Fight Obesity in Children (Ottawa), 2012.
  6. Adamo KB. Supporting and Promoting Healthy Active Living in children. Health Active Living - Lakeview Public School Parent Information evening (Ottawa), 2012.
  7. Adamo KB, Wilson SL, Ferraro ZM, Hadjiyannakis S, Doucet E, Goldfield GS. Appetite signaling proteins, glucose and appetite sensations in obese adolescents with subclinical binge eating disorder. CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2012.
  8. Adamo KB. Obesity Prevention Starts with Mom. High risk antenatal nursing course (Ottawa), 2012.
  9. Adams S, Boyer C, Davey M, Green M, Smeltzer A, Robidoux MA. Comparative Descriptive Analysis of Injury in Competitive Peewee and Bantam Hockey in Ontario and Quebec. The Hockey Conference “Putting it on Ice III” (Halifax), 2012.
  10. Alberga AS, Prud’homme D, Kenny GP, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Malcolm J, Sigal RJ. Do Canadian Obese Adolescents who Meet the Screen Time Guidelines Have a Better Metabolic Profile than those who Do Not Meet the Guidelines? 15th Annual Canadian Diabetes Association/ Canadian Society of Endocrinology & Metabolism (Vancouver), 2012.
  11. Alberga AS, Prud’homme D, Kenny GP, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Malcolm J, Sigal RJ. Do Canadian obese adolescents who meet the recommended sedentary behavior guidelines have higher resting metabolism and fitness? International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health in Sydney (Australia), 2012.
  12. Alberga AS, Prud’homme D, Goldfield GS, Kenny GP, Sigal RJ. Top 10 practical lessons learned from physical activity interventions with children and adolescents. 3rd Canadian Obesity Student Meeting (Alberta), 2012.
  13. Barnes JD, Colley RC, Borghese M, Janson K, Fink A, Tremblay MS on behalf of the Active Healthy Kids Canada Research Work Group. Results from the Active Healthy Kids Canada 2012 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Regina), 2012.
  14. Barnes J, Colley RC, Tremblay MS. Results and recommendations from the 2011 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. 8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Rome, Italy), 2012.
  15. Barnes J, Colley RC, Rodriguez MP, Lopez Taylor J, Tremblay MS. Adapting a Canadian process for the synthesis and translation of physical activity knowledge in Mexico: The Mexican Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. 8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Rome, Italy), 2012.
  16. Belanger K, Breithaupt P, Ferraro ZM, Barrowman N, Rutherford J, Hadjiyannakis S, Colley RC, Adamo KB. Do obese children perceive submaximal and maximal exertion differently? 5th Annual CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2012.
  17. Boyer C, McFarlane A, McClelland K, Barnes J, Borghese M, Larouche R, Saunders T, LeBlanc A, Hospod AM, Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE. Children’s physical activity self-efficacy is related to physical fitness, motor skill and perceived social support. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Philadelphia, PA), 2012.
  18. Bremer E, Saunders T, Lloyd M, Tremblay M. A 20-year Follow-up of physical activity in children with and without movement difficulties. North American Federation of Adapted Physical Activity Conference (Alabama), 2012.
  19. Brett KE. Exploring the impact of maternal obesity and exercise on placental fatty acid transporter expression. 4th Annual Human Kinetics Gradual Student Conference, University of Ottawa (Ottawa), 2012.
  20. Brett KE. A healthy start: nutrition and physical activity during pregnancy. Presented to APA2121: Nutrition and Health. University of Ottawa, Human Kinetics (Ottawa), 2012.
  21. Brett K, Breithaupt P, Ferraro ZM, Barrowman N, Rutherford J, Hadjiyannakis S, Colley RC, Adamo KB. Do obese children perceive submaximal and maximal exertion differently? CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2012.
  22. Buchholz A. Invited speaker. Lessons Learned from the Field of Eating Disorders. Hot Topic conference: Obesity and Mental Health. Hosted by IASO, CON and CAMH (Toronto), 2012.
  23. Buchholz A. Invited speaker. Guiding Principles to Working with Children and their Families. Pediatric Weight Management in Focus Workshop (Canadian Obesity Network - TROPIC) (Vancouver), 2012
  24. Carson V, Tremblay MS, Spence JC, Timmons BW, Janssen I. Adherence to the Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for the Early Years (aged 0-4 years) among children from Kingston, Ontario. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Sydney, Australia), 2012.
  25. Chaput JP. L’obésité en 2012: comment faire face au problème? Mini Medical School, University of Ottawa (Ottawa), 2012.
  26. Chaput JP, LeBlanc AG, Cowie-Bonne J. Active Healthy Kids Canada’s Position on Active Video Games, Information webinar to introduce the first Position Stand by Active Healthy Kids Canada (Ottawa), 2012.
  27. Chaput JP. The Freshman 15: fact or fiction? Canadian Obesity Network-Students & New Professionals (CON-SNP) University of Ottawa Chapter, University of Ottawa, (Ottawa), 2012.
  28. Chaput JP. Insufficient sleep as a contributor to obesity and metabolic comorbidities. American Heart Association Annual Conference (Los Angeles, CA), 2012.
  29. Chaput JP. Physical inactivity and sedentary behaviours: action is needed! The Conference Board of Canada’s Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management Meeting (Ottawa), 2012.
  30. Chaput JP. Beyond inactivity and unhealthy diet: how should we address obesity in 2012? Target Meeting’s Nutrition & Obesity Online Symposium (Houston, TX), 2012.
  31. Chaput JP. L’édition 2012 du Bulletin de l’activité physique chez les jeunes de Jeunes en forme Canada. Healthy Eating Physical Activity Coalition of New Brunswick (Moncton), 2012.
  32. Chaput JP. Jeux vidéo, ordinateurs et obésité. 3rd Annual Symposium on Cardiovascular Prevention in Youth (Montreal), 2012.
  33. Chaput JP. Sleeping habits predict the magnitude of fat loss in adults exposed to moderate caloric restriction. European Congress on Obesity (Lyon, France), 2012.
  34. Chaput JP. Evidence supporting the critical role of sleep in health. Workshop titled “Stop Dreaming! Integrating Pediatric Sleep into Health and Education Systems: Rationale, Barriers, and Facilitators” (Montreal), 2012.
  35. Chaput JP. Beyond inactivity and unhealthy diet: how do we address obesity in 2012? Perth & Smiths Falls District Hospital (Perth), 2012.
  36. Chaput JP. Au-delà de la sédentarité et de la malbouffe: comment prévenir l’obésité en 2012? CIHR Café Scientifique titled “L’obésité, un enjeu de taille!”, Université du Québec en Outaouais (Gatineau), 2012.
  37. Chaput JP. Élaboration des directives canadiennes en matière d’activité physique et de comportement sédentaire pour la petite enfance (enfants âgés de 0 à 4 ans). Information webinar to present the development of the new Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for the Early Years, (Ottawa) 2012.
  38. Chaput JP. Aborder l’obésité juvénile dans un milieu Clinique. CALIBRATE Workshop (Moncton), 2012.
  39. Chaput JP. Obesity: from prevention to promoting healthy weights. Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada (CDPAC) Fourth Pan-Canadian Conference (Ottawa, Canada), 2012.
  40. Chaput JP. Longer sleep duration associates with lower adiposity gain in adult short sleepers . CIHR’s Institute of Nutrition, Metabolism and Diabetes (INMD) New Investigator Meeting (Niagara-on-the-Lake), 2012.
  41. Chaput JP. Increasing physical activity or decreasing sedentary behaviour: independent associations with adiposity in children. 4th Conference on Recent Advances in the Prevention and Management of Childhood & Adolescent Obesity (Halifax), 2012.
  42. Chaput JP. Insufficient sleep is not associated with a greater adaptive reduction in thermogenesis during weight loss in adults. The Obesity Society Annual Scientific Meeting (San Antonio, TX), 2012.
  43. Chaput JP. Short sleep duration is associated with greater alcohol consumption in adults. The Obesity Society Annual Scientific Meeting (San Antonio, TX), 2012.
  44. Chaput JP. Short sleep duration preferentially increases abdominal adiposity in adults. European Congress on Obesity (Lyon, France), 2012.
  45. Colapinto CK, Tremblay MS, Aufreiter S, O'Connor DL. An international comparison of Canadian and American red blood cell folate status to inform folic acid fortification and supplementation policy CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2012.
  46. Colley R, Garriguet D, Wong S, Janssen I, Tremblay MS. Patterns of sedentary behaviour and physical activity across the day and week in children and youth. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Scientific Conference (Austin, Texas), 2012.
  47. Colley RC, Garriguet D, Janssen I, Saunders T, Carson V, Wong SL, Tremblay MS. The pattern and timing of sedentary behaviour are related to body mass index in boys but not girls. 8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Rome, Italy), 2012.
  48. Colley RC, Barnes J, LeBlanc A, Borghese M, Boyer C, Tremblay MS. Validity of the PiezoTM pedometer during treadmill walking and running. 8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Rome, Italy), 2012.
  49. Colley RC, Janssen I, Tremblay MS. Step count target to measure adherence to physical activity guidelines in children. 8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Rome, Italy), 2012.
  50. Colley RC, Wong SL, Garriguet D, Janssen I, Connor Gorber S, Tremblay MS. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep in Canadian children: A comparison between parent-report and direct measures and their relative association with health. 8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Rome, Italy), 2012.
  51. Colley RC, Barnes J, Fink A, Tremblay MS. Focus on After School: The 2011 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada Conference (Ottawa), 2012.
  52. Colley RC. “Physical Activity in Canadian Children and Adults”. Canadian Forces (Ottawa), 2012.
  53. Colley RC. “Patterns of Sedentary Behaviour and Physical Activity across the Day and Week in Children and Youth”. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference (Austin, Texas), 2012.
  54. Colley RC. “Grad School, Now What”. University of Ottawa Human Kinetics Graduate Student Conference (Ottawa), 2012.
  55. Duggan M, Costas-Bradstreet C, Grundy S, Grantham A, Down J, Gabbani F, Tremblay MS. Active Canada 20/20: A Physical Activity Strategy and Change Agenda for Canada — Creating a Culture of an Active Nation. Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada Conference (Ottawa), 2012.
  56. Duggan M, Costas-Bradstreet C, Down J, Grantham A, Grundy S, Gabbani F, Tremblay MS, on behalf of the ParticipACTION Advisory Groups and physical activity community. Active Canada 20/20: Physical activity strategy and change agenda for Canada – creating a culture of an active nation. Canadian Sport 4 Life Conference (Ottawa), 2012.
  57. Ferraro ZM, Qiu Q, Gruslin, A, Adamo KB. Umbilical cord serum insulin−like growth factor binding protein−4 expression is decreased in normoglycemic obese pregnant women at term. Society for Gynaecological Investigators (San Diego, California), 2012.
  58. Ferraro ZM. Preschoolers Activity Trial – Daycare provider workshop. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. (Ottawa), 2012.
  59. Ferraro ZM. Maternal obesity and altered expression of umbilical cord insulin-like growth factor binding protein-4: Implications for fetal programming? CIHR Sherbrooke-Ottawa-Montreal Emerging Team (SOMET) Annual Research Day (Montreal), 2012.
  60. Ferraro ZM, Qiu Q, Gruslin A, Adamo KB. Characterization of the insulin-like growth factor axis in term pregnancies complicated by maternal obesity. CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2012.
  61. Flament MF, Hill EM, Buchholz A, Henderson K, Goldfield GS. Internalization of the thin and muscular body ideal and disordered eating in adolescence: The mediation effects of body esteem. International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP) (Paris, France), 2012.
  62. Fu M, Henderson K, Obeid N, Maras D, Mossière A, Spettigue W, Norris M. The utility of a clinician-rated measure in an intensive pediatric eating disorder program. 5th Annual CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2012.
  63. Gainforth HL, Berry T, Craig C, Faulkner G, Rhodes R, Spence J, Tremblay MS, Latimer AE. Evaluating the uptake of Canada’s new Physical Activity Guidelines. Society of Behavioral Medicine Conference (New Orleans), 2012.
  64. Galaviz KI, Tremblay MS, Colley R, Jauregui E, López y Taylor J, Janssen I. Physical activity vs. cardiorespiratory fitness: which one is a stronger predictor of obesity in Mexican children? Global Health Research Initiative International Symposium (Ottawa), 2012.
  65. Garriguet D, Colley RC, Janssen I, Connor Gorber S, Tremblay MS. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep in Canadian teens and adults: A comparison between self-report and direct measures and their relative association with health. 8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Rome, Italy), 2012.
  66. Goldfield GS, Harvey A, Grattan K, Colley RC, Alberga AS, Ferraro ZM, Temple VA, Naylor PJ, Barrowman N, Adamo KB. The Preschoolers Activity Trial (PAT): A Randomized Controlled Trial of Physical Activity Intervention in the Early Years. 4th Congress of the European Academy of Pediatrics in Istanbul (Turkey), 2012.
  67. Goldfield, GS., Childhood Obesity in the 21st Century: Trends, Psychological Consequences and what we can do about it. Ottawa Academy of Psychologists General Annual Meeting (Ottawa), 2012.
  68. Hadjiyannakis S, Buchholz A, Rutherford J, Aylett A. CALIBRATE: Calibrating Early Lifestyles to Manage Obesity. A Health and Education Practitioner Intervention. Interdisciplinary team full-day workshops presented to health practitioners (New Brunswick), 2012.
  69. Hadjiyannakis S, Buchholz A, Rutherford J, Aylett A. CALIBRATE: Calibrating Early Lifestyles to Manage Obesity. Train the Trainer. Interdisciplinary team workshop presented to health practitioners (Eastern Ontario), 2012.
  70. Green M, Adams S, Boyer C, Davey M, Spivoch M, Robidoux MA. Comparing Injury in Youth Ice Hockey With and Without the ‘Head Shot Rule’. North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (New Orleans), 2012.
  71. Henderson KA, Buchholz A, Goldfield GS, Obeid N, Flament MF. Gender effects of coping in adolescents: A mediator relationship between stress and disordered eating. International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP) (Paris, France), 2012.
  72. Henderson K, Obeid N, Buchholz A, Spettigue W, Norris M, Harrison M, Feder S, Mossière A, Maras D. Short-term outcomes of a day treatment program for youth with eating disorders. 3rd Biennial Conference of the Eating Disorder Association of Canada (Halifax), 2012.
  73. Henderson K, Obeid N, Fu M, Maras D, Mossière A, Spettigue W, Norris M. Outcomes of intensive pediatric eating disorder treatment programs using a clinician-rated measure. 3rd Biennial Conference of the Eating Disorder Association of Canada (Halifax), 2012.
  74. Henderson K, Obeid N, Buchholz A, Spettigue W, Norris M, Harrison M, Feder S, Mossière A, Maras D, Fu M. Short-term outcomes of a day treatment program for youth with eating disorders. 5th Annual CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2012.
  75. Isacco L, Thivel D, Pelle A, Zouhal H, Duclos M, Duché P, Boisseau N. Oral contraception and energy intake in women: Impact on substrate oxidation during exercise. 17th European Congress on Sport Sciences (Bruges, Belgium), 2012.
  76. Isacco L, Thivel D, Pelle-Meddahi A, Zouhal H, Duclos M, Duché P, Boisseau N. Impact of android to gynoid fat mass ratio on fuel utilization during exercise in normal-weight women. 17th European Congress on Sport Sciences (Bruges, Belgium), 2012.
  77. Katzmarzyk PT, Church TS, Chaput JP, Hu G, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P. The International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment (ISCOLE). International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Sydney, Australia), 2012.
  78. Larouche R, Boyer C, Longmuir PE, McFarlane A, McClelland K, Barnes J, LeBlanc AG, Borghese M, Saunders T, Tremblay MS. Relationship between pedometer-determined physical activity, health-related fitness and motor skills: The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. International Congress on Enhancement of Physical Activity and Motor Skills (Jyvaskyla, Finland), 2012.
  79. Larouche R, Boyer C, Longmuir PE, McFarlane A, McClelland K, Barnes J, LeBlanc AG, Borghese M , Saunders T, Tremblay MS. Associations between mode of transport to and from school, physical activity and health-related fitness. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Philadelphia), 2012.
  80. Larouche R, Saunders TJ, Faulkner GEJ, Colley R, Tremblay MS. Cycling to and from school, physical activity, body mass index and cardiovascular fitness: a systematic review. Velo-city Global Conference 2012 (Vancouver), 2012.
  81. LeBlanc AG,. Chaput JP, McFarlane A, Colley RC, Thivel D, Biddle SJ, Maddison R, Baranowski T, Leatherdale ST, Tremblay MS. Active video games and health indicators in children and youth: a systematic review. CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2012.
  82. LeBlanc AG, Chaput JP, McFarlane A, Colley RC, Thivel D, Biddle SJ, Maddison R, Baranowski T, Leatherdale ST, Tremblay MS. Systematic review on the relationship between active video games and health indicators in children and youth (aged 0-17 years). Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Regina), 2012.
  83. LeBlanc A, Timmons B, Carson V, Connor Gorber S, Dillman C, Janssen I, Kho M, Spence J, Stearns J, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of the relationship between physical activity and health in infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. 8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Rome, Italy), 2012.
  84. LeBlanc A, Spence J, Carson V, Connor Gorber S, Dillman C, Janssen I, Kho M, Stearns J, Timmons B, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of the relationship between sedentary behaviour and health in infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. 8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Rome, Italy), 2012.
  85. Longmuir PE, Boyer C, McClelland K, McFarlane A, Tremblay MS. Physical activity attitudes and motivation: A fifth component of physical literacy for children 8 to 12 years of age. International Congress on Enhancement of Physical Activity and Motor Skills (Jyvaskyla, Finland), 2012.
  86. Longmuir PE, Boyer C, McClelland K, Tremblay MS. Waist circumference associated with healthy lifestyle knowledge and perceptions. CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2012.
  87. Longmuir PE, Boyer C, Barnes J, LeBlanc AG, Borghese M, Larouche R, Saunders T, Grattan K, Muthuri S, Tremblay MS. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy reliability and validity: plank torso strength and motor skill obstacle course protocols. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Philadelphia), 2012.
  88. Longmuir P, Boyer C, Barnes J, LeBlanc A, Borghese M, Larouche R, Saunders T, Grattan K, Muthuri S, Tremblay MS. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Summer 2011 reliability and validity testing. Canadian Sport 4 Life National Summit (Ottawa), 2012.
  89. Longmuir PE. Games, Arts and Crafts as Research Methods: Enabling Young Children to Speak for Themselves. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (Toronto), 2012.
  90. Longmuir PE. Childhood Physical Activity After Fontan: Contradictory Recommendations and Limited Evidence. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (Toronto), 2012.
  91. Longmuir PE. Higher Waist Circumference and Body Mass Index Associated with Decreased Knowledge and Negative Perceptions of a Healthy Lifestyle Among Grade 4 to 6 Students and Their Teachers. CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2012.
  92. Longmuir PE. Health for Children with Chronic Illnesses and Disabilities Through Physical Activity. CHEO, Ambulatory Care Services Professional Development Session (Ottawa), 2012.
  93. Longmuir PE. Healthier CHEO Kids: Harnessing the Physical and Mental Health Benefits of Exercise and Physical Activity for Children with Chronic Medical Conditions and Disabilities. CHEO Paediatric Grand Rounds (Ottawa), 2012.
  94. Longmuir PE. Physically Active Peer Play: The Health of Children with Heart Problems Depends on It, So Why Doesn’t It Happen. CHEO, Division of Cardiology Lunch and Learn Session (Ottawa), 2012.
  95. Murray M., Henderson KA, Bowker A, Buchholz A, Goldfield G, Obeid N, Birmingham M, Flament MF. Perceived family rigidity and disordered eating behaviors among adolescents: The role of perfectionism. Academy of Eating Disorders (AED). International Conference on Eating Disorders (Austin, Texas), 2012.
  96. Murumets K, Costas Bradstreet C, D. Dampier, E. Antunes, J.C. Spence, M.S. Tremblay. Sports Day in Canada: A national celebration of Sport. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Sydney, Australia), 2012.
  97. Murumets K, Costas Bradstreet C, Berry T, Craig CL, Deshpande S, Faulkner G, Latimer A, Rhodes R, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Think Again: social marketing campaign. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Sydney, Australia), 2012.
  98. Murumets K, Costas Bradstreet C, Down J, Duggan M, Gabbani F, Grantham A, Grundy S, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Active Canada 20/20 – Past, Present and Future. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Sydney, Australia), 2012.
  99. Obeid N, Quirk Baillot D, Henderson KA, Buchholz A, Goldfield GS, Godart N, Flament MF. Prevalence of eating disorders in adolescents: A comparative study between France, the USA and Canada. International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP) (Paris, France), 2012.
  100. Obeid N, Henderson K, Norris M, Maras D, Spettigue W. Predictors of refractory eating disorders in a clinical sample of adolescents. 3rd Biennial Conference of the Eating Disorder Association of Canada (Halifax), 2012.
  101. Obeid N, Henderson K, Lyons J, Norris M, Maras D, Mossière A, Fu M, Spettigue W. Growth trajectories of maintenance variables related to refractory eating disorders in youth. 5th Annual CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2012.
  102. Onywera VO, Lopez Taylor J, Janssen I, Tremblay MS. Localizing global strategies to promote physical activity and health: the Kenyan Healthy Active Kids Report Card. Global Health Research Initiative International Symposium (Ottawa), 2012.
  103. Onywera VO, Héroux M, Jáuregui Ulloa E, Adamo KB, López Taylor J, Janssen I, Tremblay MS. Adiposity and physical activity among children in countries at different stages of the physical activity transition: Canada, Mexico and Kenya. World Congress on Public Health (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia), 2012.
  104. Prince SA, Tremblay MS, Prud’homme D, Colley R, Sawada M, Kristjansson EA. Neighbourhood differences in objectively measured physical activity and body mass index. Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada Conference (Ottawa), 2012.
  105. Rutherford J, Aylett A. CHEO Connects: Healthy Lifestyle in Early Adolescence. Ottawa Public Lecture (Ottawa), 2012.
  106. Rutherford J, Aylett A. Looking for success in all the wrong places. National Capital Region YMCA-YWCA Continuing Education Workshop (Ottawa), 2012.
  107. Saunders TJ, Chaput JP, Goldfield G, Colley RC, Kenny G, Doucet E, Tremblay MS. Effects of prolonged sitting and physical activity on markers of cardiometabolic risk in healthy children and youth: a pilot study. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Sydney, Australia), 2012.
  108. Saunders TJ, Larouche R, Colley RC, Tremblay MS. Acute sedentary behaviour and markers of cardiometabolic risk: A systematic review of intervention studies. 59th Annual American College of Sports Medicine Conference (San Francisco), 2012.
  109. Shields M, Tremblay MS, Connor Gorber S, Janssen I. Measures of abdominal obesity within body mass index categories, 1981 and 2007-2009. 8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Rome, Italy), 2012.
  110. Shields M, Tremblay MS, Connor Gorber S, Janssen I. Abdominal obesity and cardiovascular disease risk factors within body mass index categories. 8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Rome, Italy), 2012.
  111. Stephens S, Takken T, Beyene J, Tremblay M, Esliger D, Schneiderman JE, Biggar D, Longmuir P, Wright V, McCrindle B, Abad A, Ignas DM, van der Net J, Feldman BM. Development of disease specific prediction equations for Actical accelerometer in children. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Philadelphia), 2012.
  112. Thivel D, Metz L, Aucouturier J, Carlier S, Morio B, Duché P. Imposed sedentary activity and acute exercise inversely impact obese adolescents’ daily energy balance. 22nd Workshop of the European Congress of Childhood Obesity (Spain), 2012.
  113. Thivel D, Metz L, Aucouturier J, Carlier S, Morio B, Duché P. Intensive exercise and physical inactivity have opposite effect on daily energy intake and energy balance adaptations in obese adolescents. 19th European Congress on Obesity (Lyon, France), 2012.
  114. Timmons B, LeBlanc A, Carson V, Connor Gorber S, Duggan M, Janssen I, Kho M, Murumets K, Spence J, Tremblay MS. Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for the Early Years: Process, Product and Purpose. Family Medicine Forum (Toronto), 2012.
  115. Timmons B, LeBlanc A, Carson V, Connor Gorber S, Duggan M, Janssen I, Kho M, Murumets K, Spence J, Tremblay MS. Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for the Early Years: Process, Product and Purpose. Family Medicine Forum (Toronto), 2012.
  116. Tremblay MS. Making movement a movement: an urgent call for action. Strategic Planning Session for the 4th Edition of the Canadian Physical Activity, Fitness and Lifestyle Manual (Ottawa), 2012.
  117. Tremblay MS. Obesity: The inevitable consequence of modern living? University of Ottawa Mini Medical School (Ottawa), 2012.
  118. Tremblay MS. Assessments, Audits, and accountability – strategic use of report cards, guidelines and tests. In Motion Professional Development Workshop (Stratford, ON), 2012.
  119. Tremblay MS. Let`s Think about the Whole Day: Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, NEAT and Sleep. In Motion Professional Development Workshop (Stratford, ON), 2012.
  120. Tremblay MS. Making Movement a Movement: Possible solutions for the childhood inactivity crisis In Motion Professional Development Workshop (Mitchell, ON), 2012.
  121. Tremblay MS. Assessments, Audits, and accountability – strategic use of report cards, guidelines and tests. In Motion Professional Development Workshop (Clinton, ON), 2012.
  122. Tremblay MS. Let`s Think about the Whole Day: Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, NEAT and Sleep. In Motion Professional Development Workshop (Clinton, ON), 2012.
  123. Tremblay MS. Getting Kids Active: the urgent need to raise the bar for healthier generations. Cardel Place “On Your Marks” Community Inspirational Evening (Calgary), 2012.
  124. Tremblay MS. Making Movement a Movement: current issues in Canada. University of Guelph, Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition (Guelph), 2012.
  125. Tremblay MS. Plugging into Children’s Health: Promoting Healthy Lifestyles in a Digital World. Harshman Lecture, University of Guelph (Guelph), 2012.
  126. Tremblay MS. Sitting, physical activity and health in children and young people. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Sydney Australia), 2012.
  127. Tremblay MS, LeBlanc A, Carson V, Connor Gorber S, Duggan M, Janssen I, Kho M, Murumets K, Spence J, Timmons B. Development and launch of the Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for the Early Years. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Sydney, Australia), 2012.
  128. Tremblay MS, LeBlanc A, Carson V, Connor Gorber S, Duggan M, Janssen I, Kho M, Murumets K, Timmons B, Spence J. Development and launch of the Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for the Early Years. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Sydney, Australia), 2012.
  129. Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE. Introducing the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: background, methods, results and future studies. International Congress on Enhancement of Physical Activity and Motor Skills (Jyvaskyla, Finland), 2012.
  130. Tremblay MS. Making Movement a Movement. School of Education, Laurentian University (Sudbury), 2012.
  131. Tremblay MS. Promoting Physical Literacy in Primary Grades: Why, What and How? Rainbow District School Board Teachers (Sudbury), 2012.
  132. Tremblay MS. Hot Topics in Physical Activity: A View through a Canadian lens. School of Human Kinetics, Laurentian University (Sudbury), 2012.
  133. Tremblay MS. Canadian Early Years Guidelines: Process Overview. Special community symposium (CIHR Café Scientifique) at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Regina), 2012.
  134. Tremblay MS. Canada’s Inactive Kids – An Urgent Call for Action. Alberta School Boards Association National Conference (Banff), 2012.
  135. Tremblay MS. Combating Inactivity: Getting People, Places, Processes and Practices Outside the Box. Alberta School Boards Association National Conference (Banff), 2012.
  136. Tremblay MS. Ontario Healthy Kids panel – a view through a healthy active living lens. Ontario Healthy Kids Blue Ribbon Panel (Toronto), 2012.
  137. Tremblay MS. Childhood Obesity and Sedentary Behaviour: What can be done? Cross-sectoral initiatives from Canada. University of Cape Town and the Sport Science Institute of South Africa (Cape Town, South Africa), 2012.
  138. Tremblay MS. The Physical Activity Transition and New Pediatric Public Health Threat of Sedentarism 8th Annual Discovery Vitality Wellness and Fitness Convention (Johannesburg, South Africa), 2012.
  139. Tremblay MS. Major Initiatives Related to Childhood Obesity and Physical Inactivity in Canada: Lessons for South Africa. 8th Annual Discovery Vitality Wellness and Fitness Convention (Johannesburg, South Africa), 2012.
  140. Tremblay MS. Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group (HALO). Discovery Vitality (Johannesburg, South Africa), 2012.
  141. Tremblay MS. The Nutrition and Physical Activity Transition: What is it? Why should I care? What can I do? University of Guadalajara (Guadalajara, Mexico), 2012.
  142. Tremblay MS. Sedentary Behaviours – The New Pediatric Public Health Threat. University of Guadalajara (Guadalajara, Mexico), 2012.
  143. Tremblay MS. Making Movement a Movement: Time to Think and Act Differently! PLAY in Bruce Grey Celebration and Longest Day of Play Awards Ceremony (Owen Sound), June 2012.
  144. Tremblay MS. The Importance of Active Play. Teachers and Students of Owen Sound Elementary Schools (Owen Sound), 2012.
  145. Tremblay MS. Assessment of Healthy Active Living Indicators Among Canadians: Findings from the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Kellogg Nutrition Symposium at the Dieticians of Canada Annual Conference (Toronto), 2012.
  146. Tremblay MS. Is obesity a disease? Canadian Institutes of Health Research Café Scientifique (Ottawa), 2012.
  147. Tremblay MS. Global Report Card on the Physical Activity of Children and Youth: A model for international harmonization, comparison and monitoring. 8th International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Rome, Italy), 2012.
  148. Tremblay MS. Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guideline Development for Children and Youth Australian Sedentary Behaviour Guideline Development Consensus Meeting (Canberra, Australia), 2012.
  149. Tremblay MS. Physical Activity Guideline Development for Children and Youth – International Experiences. Australian Physical Activity Guideline Development Consensus Meeting (Canberra, Australia), 2012.
  150. Tremblay MS, R.C. Colley, V.O. Onywera, M.P. Rodríguez Martínez, J. López Taylor. Process and success of releasing “Report Cards” for health promotion and advocacy: experiences from Canada, Mexico and Kenya. World Congress on Public Health (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia), April 2012.
  151. Tremblay MS. Major initiatives related to childhood obesity and physical inactivity in Canada: the year in review. XIV Congresso Internacional Avances en Medicina (Guadalajara, Mexico), 2012.
  152. Tremblay MS. Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card: International Reach and Impact. Public Launch of the 2012 Mexican Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth (Guadalajara, Mexico), 2012.
  153. Tremblay MS. Public-Private Sector Partnerships in Physical Activity and Sport: Principles for Successful, Responsible Partnerships: The Partnership Protocol. Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada Conference (Ottawa), 2012.
  154. Trudeau, F., Laurencelle, L., Shephard, R.J., Larouche, R. Competitive sport attrition: A retrospective analysis of the Trois-Rivières Study. 2012 American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting (San Francisco, CA), 2012.
  155. Vasquez-Garibay EM, Romero-Velarde E, Miranda-Rios L, Campos-Barrera L, Nuno Cosio ME, Troyo-Sanroman R, Napoles Rodriguez F, Navarro-Hernandez RE, Caro Sabido EA, Ramirez Diaz J, Rosa Del Angel A, Velarde Rivera FA, Tremblay M, Janssen I. Components of the malnutrition syndrome in children of the Arandas, Jalisco, Mexico during the nutrition transition. Global Health Research Initiative International Symposium (Ottawa), 2012.
  156. Wilson SL, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Doucet E, Adamo KB. Appetite signaling proteins, glucose and appetite sensations in obese adolescents with and without binge eating tendencies. 5th Annual CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2012.
  157. Zimani D, Robertson T, Birmingham M, Henderson KA, Buchholz A, GS Goldfield, Obeid N, Tasca G, Vaillancourt T, Flament MF. Prevalence of weight and eating disorders in a community sample of adolescents from the Ottawa area (REAL study). 32nd Academic and Research Day of the University of Ottawa Department of Psychiatry (Ottawa), 2012.
2011
  1. Adamo KB. Pediatric and Maternal Metabolic Studies in Obesity and Diabetes. International Graduate Course in Clinical & Exercise Physiology (Québec), 2011.
  2. Adamo KB. Early Specialization vs. Early Diversification. Invited round table at International Graduate Course in Clinical & Exercise Physiology (Québec), 2011.
  3. Adamo KB, K Langlois, K Bett, R Colley. Does having children make us inactive? Obesity Society 29th Annual Scientific Conference (Orlando, FL), 2011.
  4. Adamo KB, R Colley, S Hadjiyannakis, G Goldfield. Accelerometer-measured physical activity levels in a clinical sample of obese children and youth: A comparison to the Canadian health measures survey. Obesity Society 29th Annual Scientific Conference, (Orlando, FL), 2011.
  5. Brandao L, L Yap, C Bravo, B Lee, BW McCrindle, Longmuir PE. Body Contact in Childhood Physical Activity: Recommendations for Children Prone to Bleeding Injuries. International Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (Kyoto, Japan), 2011.
  6. Carter MA, L Dubois, MS Tremblay. Contextual circumstances and patterns of childhood weight change. World Congress on Epidemiology (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2011.
  7. Chaput JP. Longer sleep duration associates with lower adiposity gain in adult short sleepers. The Obesity Society Annual Scientific Meeting (Orlando, USA), 2011.
  8. Chaput JP. The association between short sleep duration and weight gain is dependent on disinhibited eating behavior in adults. World Association of Sleep Medicine & Canadian Sleep Society Congress (Quebec City), 2011.
  9. Chaput JP. Does thinking make us fatter? Nutrition Obesity Research Center Seminar Series, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Birmingham, USA), 2011.
  10. Colapinto CK, D.L O’Connor, L Dubois, MS Tremblay. Determinants of high folate concentration in the Canadian population. World Congress on Epidemiology (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2011.
  11. Colapinto CK, DL O’Connor, L Dubois, MS Tremblay. Determinants of folate concentration in Canadian women of childbearing age. World Congress on Epidemiology (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2011.
  12. Colley RC, D Garriguet, S Wong. Exploring alternative methods to estimate sleep duration using accelerometry. International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement (Glasgow, UK), 2011.
  13. Colley RC, D Garriguet, I Janssen, CL Craig, J Clarke, MS Tremblay. Physical activity levels of Canadian Adults: Results from the 2007-2009 Canadian Health Measures Survey. International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement (Glasgow, Scotland), 2011.
  14. Colley RC, D Garriguet, I Janssen, CL Craig, J Clarke, MS Tremblay. Physical activity levels of Canadian Children and Youth: Results from the 2007-2009 Canadian Health Measures Survey. International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement (Glasgow, Scotland), 2011.
  15. Davis I, M Gick, RJ Sigal, GP Kenny, S Hadjiyannakis, A Alberga, P Phillips, J Malcolm, GS Goldfield. The relationship between aerobic fitness and psychological adjustment in overweight and obese adolescents. Obesity Society Annual Conference (Orlando, FL), 2011.
  16. Flanagan W, C Nadeau, J Oderkirk, G Rowe, V Edge, D Gillis, R Wall, D Manuel, M Tremblay, J Trumble Waddell. Canadian projections of physical activity and impact on health outcomes. International Microsimulation Association Conference (Stockholm, Sweden), 2011.
  17. Garriguet D, RC Colley. Using accelerometry to understand when Canadian are most (and least) active. International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement (Glasgow, Scotland), 2011.
  18. Larouche R, T Saunders, G Faulkner, R Colley, M Tremblay. Impact of active school transport on physical activity levels, cardiovascular fitness and body composition: a systematic review. International Congress on Enhancement of Physical Activity of Children and Youth (Vuokatti, Finland), 2011.
  19. LeBlanc AG, I Janssen, ME Kho, A Hicks, K Murumets, M Duggan, RC Colley, MS Tremblay. Development of Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for Children and Youth. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference (Melbourne, Australia), 2011.
  20. LeBlanc AG, M Duggan, A Hicks, I Janssen, ME Kho, A Latimer, K Murumets, D Paterson, R Rhodes, D Warburton, L Zehr, MS Tremblay. New Physical Activity Guidelines for Canadians. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference (Melbourne, Australia), 2011.
  21. Longmuir PE. Health for Children with Complex Heart Problems is More than the Absence of Disease. International Lunch Forum, Scientific Sessions 2011, American Heart Association, (Orlando, FL), 2011.
  22. Onywera V, MS Tremblay. The Emerging Evidence of Physical Inactivity and Childhood Obesity in Kenya. World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), 2011.
  23. Prince Ware S, E Kristjansson, K Russell, J-M Billette, M Sawada, A Ali, MS Tremblay, D Prud’homme. Is it where you live or who you are that is important? An analysis of neighbourhood environments, self-reported physical activity and overweight/obesity in Canada’s capital. World Congress on Epidemiology (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2011.
  24. Rowe G, MS Tremblay, DG Manuel. Decomposing simulation variability: an example from PASSM (Physical Activity Static Simulation Model). International Microsimulation Association Conference (Stockholm, Sweden), 2011.
  25. Tremblay MS. Major initiatives related to childhood obesity and physical inactivity in Canada: The year in review. 2nd Forum on Child Obesity Interventions (Fundacion Mexicana para la Salud) (Mexico City), 2011.
  26. Tremblay MS. Global Physical Activity Transition: Evidence and Implications. World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), 2011.
  27. Tremblay MS. Physical Activity Guidelines: The Global Movement has Begun – are physical therapists part of it? World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), 2011.
  28. Tremblay MS. Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card. Kenyatta University, School of Applied Human Sciences Seminar (Nairobi, Kenya), 2011.
  29. Tremblay MS. Measure and Measure Carefully – to interpret, intervene and inform physical activity strategies. International Congress on Enhancement of Physical Activity of Children and Youth (Vuokatti, Finland), 2011.
  30. Wilson PM, JD Gilchrist, DE Mack, CM Blanchard, KP Grattan. Do women enrolled in commercial weight loss programs meet public health recommendations for weight-control behaviours? Annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine (New Orleans, LA), 2011.
  31. Adamo KB. Maternal lifestyle variables, gestational weight gain and obesity risk in the offspring. Invited presentation- Plenary Session entitled: Maternal and Fetal Origins of Obesity at the Canadian Obesity Network’s 2nd National Obesity Summit, (Montreal QC), 2011.
  32. Adamo KB. Tackling Childhood Obesity- starting with MOM. Canadian Nutrition Society’s Annual Meeting (Guelph), 2011.
  33. Adamo KB. Are obese children working as hard as they think? Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology’s Annual Meeting. (Quebec City), 2011.
  34. Alberga AS, H Tulloch, GP Kenny, D Prud’homme, GS Goldfield, S Hadjiyannakis, S Sweet, RJ Sigal. What predicts drop-out of an exercise intervention with obese adolescents? Canadian Obesity Network Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  35. Banks L, BW McCrindle, JL Russell, PE Longmuir. Normal Physiological Response to Sub-Maximal Exercise in Children after the Fontan Procedure. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (Vancouver), 2011.
  36. Breithaupt, P, RC Colley, KB Adamo. Submaximal OUES is a useful alternative to maximal exercise testing in the obese pediatric population. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting (Quebec City, Quebec), 2011.
  37. Breithaupt, P, RC Colley, KB Adamo. Validation of the HALO submaximal treadmill protocol to measure fitness in obese children and youth. (Oral). Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting (Quebec City, Quebec), 2011.
  38. Carter MA, L Dubois, MS Tremblay, M Taljaard. The influence of place on the development of excess weight during childhood: a longitudinal study of young children living in Quebec, Canada. Canadian Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  39. Chaput JP. Do all sedentary activities lead to weight gain: sleep does not. 2nd National Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  40. Chaput JP, M Lambert, K Gray-Donald, JJ McGrath, MS Tremblay, J O’Loughlin, A Tremblay. Short sleep duration is independently associated with overweight and obesity in Canadian children. . 2nd National Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  41. Chaput JP. Beyond inactivity and unhealthy diets: unusual determinants of obesity. 2nd National Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  42. Chaput JP. My innovative contribution to obesity research and challenges faced by new investigators. 2nd National Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  43. Chaput JP. Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for Children and Youth. Presented in an information webinar to the population in order to introduce the first systematic evidenced-based sedentary behaviour guidelines in the world, 2011.
  44. Chaput JP. 2011 Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines. Presented in an information webinar to the population in order to introduce the new Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines and background process, 2011.
  45. Chaput JP. Childhood obesity: what have we been doing wrong and where should we go from here? 10th Annual National Child Day Conference (Saint John, New Brunswick), 2011.
  46. Chaput JP. Beyond inactivity and unhealthy diet: new determinants of obesity. Annual Symposium on Nutrition and Health hosted by the Dairy Farmers of Canada (Edmonton, Alberta), 2011.
  47. Chaput JP. Beyond inactivity and unhealthy diet: new determinants of obesity. Annual Symposium on Nutrition and Health hosted by the Dairy Farmers of Canada (Toronto), 2011.
  48. Chaput JP. Au-delà de la sédentarité et de la malbouffe: nouveaux facteurs determinants de l’obésité. Annual Symposium on Nutrition and Health hosted by the Dairy Farmers of Canada (Montreal), 2011.
  49. Chaput JP. Beyond inactivity and unhealthy diet: new determinants of obesity. Annual Symposium on Nutrition and Health hosted by the Dairy Farmers of Canada (Moncton, New Brunswick), 2011.
  50. Chaput JP. Can short sleep duration lead to type 2 diabetes? Lawson Diabetes Workshop (Toronto), 2011.
  51. Colapinto CK, D O’Connor, MS Tremblay. Folate status of the population in the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Annual Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference (Halifax), 2011.
  52. Colley RC. The physical activity of Canadian children and youth: Results from the 2007-2009 Canadian Health Measures Survey. Invited oral presentation at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Conference (Quebec City), 2011.
  53. Colley RC. Promoting healthy active living in children and youth. Invited presentation at the Lawson Foundation Diabetes Workshop (Toronto), 2011.
  54. Colley R, D Garriguet, I Janssen, CL Craig, J Clarke, MS Tremblay. The physical activity of Canadian children and adults. Invited workshop presentation at the Canadian Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  55. Colley RC, MS Tremblay. 2011 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on – Ontario Supplement Teaser. PARC Symposium (Toronto), 2011.
  56. Colley RC. 2011 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Keynote address at the 2011 Health and Physical Education Council (HPEC) Conference (Calgary), 2011.
  57. Colley RC, “Childhood Obesity: How did we get here and what are we doing about it?”. National Child Day - Saint John, New Brunswick, 2011.
  58. Ferraro Z, D Prud’homme, N Barrowman, M Walker, KB Adamo. The Effect of Maternal Body Mass Index and Gestational Weight Gain on Neonatal Birth Weight: Support for Obstetrical Weight Management? Canadian Obesity Network’s 2nd National Obesity Summit (Montreal QC), 2011.
  59. Ferraro ZM. The past, present and future of trainee and young professional involvement within the Canadian Obesity Network (CON). Invited oral address to CON-Student and new professional delegates. Canadian Obesity Network 2ndNational Obesity Summit, (Montreal QC), 2011.
  60. Fisher KL, B Von Tigerstrom, C Cameron, KE Chad, T Larre, A Mawani, J Sauder, MS Tremblay. The Children’s Fitness Tax Credit: Does it influence parents’ decisions regarding physical activity. Canadian National Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  61. Gainforth HL, T Berry, C Craig, G Faulkner, R Rhodes, J Spence, M Tremblay, AE Latimer. Let’s Get Moving: evaluating the uptake of Canada’s New Physical Activity Guidelines. Eastern Canadian Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium (Waterloo), 2011.
  62. Goldfield GS, K Adamo, R Colley, D Garriguet, PJ Naylor, V. Temple. Can we increase physical activity and reduce sedentary behaviour in preschoolers? Invited symposium presented at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Conference (Quebec City, Canada), 2011.
  63. Hadjiyannakis Best Practices in the treatment of childhood obesity- what do we know? What do we not know? 2nd National Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  64. Larouche R, RC Colley, MS Tremblay. Actical accelerometers are limited in their ability to accurately quantify the movement intensity of cycling. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting (Quebec City), 2011.
  65. LeBlanc AG, M Duggan. Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (Quebec City), 2011.
  66. LeBlanc AG. Healthier Weights in Children: Innovation through Measurement and Knowledge Exchange. Public Health Agency of Canada Innovation Strategy (Toronto), 2011.
  67. Leclair S, D Maras, G Goldfield, E Kristjansson. The needs and barriers of families seeking treatment for childhood overweight: A social-ecological perspective. Canadian Psychological Association Convention (Toronto), 2011.
  68. Longmuir PE, F Bangawan, G Smith, JL Russell, BW McCrindle. Clinical Monitoring of Energy Expenditure for Children with Complex Heart Problems: Implications for Nutrition and Growth. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (Vancouver), 2011.
  69. Maras D, M Norris, A Buchholz, W Spettigue, K Henderson, R Gomez. Olanzapine as an adjunctive treatment for adolescent female inpatients with an eating disorder: A retrospective chart review. 72nd annual Canadian Psychological Association Convention (Toronto), 2011.
  70. McMullen JA, BW McCrindle, SD Dell, BM Feldman, PE Longmuir. Understanding Parent Perceptions of Healthy Physical Activity for their Child with a Chronic Medical Condition. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (Vancouver), 2011.
  71. Morrison K, J-P Chanoine, G Ball, MS Tremblay, M Lambert. CANPWR: Canadian Pediatric Weight Management Registry. Annual CANNeCTIN Scientific Meeting (Banff), 2011.
  72. Prince Ware S, E Kristjansson, K Russell, J-M Billette, A Ali, M Sawada, MS Tremblay, D Prud’homme. Do neighbourhood built and social environments have an influence on adult self-reported physical activity and overweight/obesity in the Nation’s capital? Canadian Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  73. Saunders TJ, A Palombella, KA McGuire, PM Janiszewski, JP Després, R Ross. Acute exercise increases adiponectin levels in abdominally obese men. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual General Meeting (Quebec City), 2011.
  74. Shields M, S Connor Gorber, I Janssen, MS Tremblay. Obesity estimates for children based on parent-report versus direct measures. Canadian Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  75. Shields M, S Connor Gorber, I Janssen, MS Tremblay. The bias in self-reported estimates of obesity in Canadian health surveys: an update on establishing correction equations. Canadian Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  76. Tremblay MS. Partnering for Change: The Partnership Protocol. Invited workshop presentation at the Canadian Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  77. Tremblay MS. Process for Developing Canada’s Physical Activity Guidelines and Linkages to International Initiatives. Invited workshop presentation at the Canadian Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  78. Tremblay MS. Canada’s Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines: The Other Side of the Coin. Invited workshop presentation at the Canadian Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  79. Tremblay MS. Canadian Pediatric Weight Management Registry (CANPWR): Interactive Feedback Session. Invited workshop presentation at the Canadian Obesity Summit (Montreal), 2011.
  80. Tremblay MS, RC Colley. Teaser for the 2011 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card – Ontario Invited featured presentation at the PARC Physical Activity Symposium 2011 (Toronto), 2011.
  81. Adamo KB. Healthy Active Living in the Early Years. Invited Presentation at the Ottawa Red Flags work shop: A Reference Guide for Early Years Professionals Early Identification in Child Development Prenatally to Age Six (Ottawa), 2011.
  82. Adamo KB. The Maternal Obesity Management Trial. Invited satellite presentation to the Society of Clinical Research Associates, (Ottawa), 2011.
  83. Adamo KB. Health Active Living in the Early Years. Invited Presentation to Ontario Early Years Centre Nepean- Carleton Steering Committee for Best Start group, (Ottawa), 2011.
  84. Adamo KB. Health Active Living in the Early Years. Invited Presentation to Ottawa Childcare Association (Ottawa), 2011.
  85. Adamo KB. Encouraging Healthy Active Living in Teenagers. CHEO Connects Adult High School (Ottawa), 2011.
  86. Adamo KB. Upstream Obesity Prevention- targeting MOM! Champlain Maternal Newborn Regional Program OTN lunch and learn (Ottawa), 2011.
  87. Borghese M, M Lloyd, E Knight, R Colley. The Physical Activity Engagement Study: Interim Results. 4th Annual CHEO Research Day (Ottawa),
  88. Brett KE. Maternal obesity and the placenta – are changes in nutrient transport contributing to fetal overgrowth. 2nd Annual SOMET-MONET Research Day (Montreal), 2011.
  89. Brett KE. Exploring the impact of maternal obesity on the expression of fat transport proteins in the placenta. 3rd Human Kinetics Graduate Student Conference, University of Ottawa (Ottawa), 2011.
  90. Buchholz , A. Promoting positive body image in schools. YOUth Power. Workshop for educators: Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (Ottawa), 2011.
  91. Buchholz, A. CHEO Connects: Promoting healthy active living in school age children. Ottawa Public Lecture (Ottawa), 2011.
  92. Buchholz, A. Promotion of healthy body image in schools. Invited guest speaker for Ottawa Public Health (Ottawa), 2011.
  93. Buchholz A, Rutherford J, Clark L,Heffernan K. Calibrating Early Lifestyles to Manage Obesity: Healthy Active Living for the Early Childhood Setting. Public workshop for the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa), 2011.
  94. Chaput JP. Programme d’excellence professionnel de l’Hôpital Montfort (Ottawa),
  95. Chaput JP. Persistent organic pollutants and obesity. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (Ottawa), 2011.
  96. Chaput JP. New determinants of obesity. Centre for Healthy Active Living (Ottawa), 2011.
  97. Chaput JP. Pediatric obesity – What family doctors can do? 60th Annual Refresher Course for Family Physicians (Ottawa), 2011.
  98. Chaput JP. Are Canadians healthy? Media Forum to support the wellness movement in New Brunswick (Moncton), 2011.
  99. Chaput JP. Physical activity and obesity as related to children 0-6 years. Ottawa Red Flags Workshop (Ottawa), 2011.
  100. Chaput JP. Le manque de sommeil fait-il engraisser? Videoconference presented to the SOMET Research Group (University of Ottawa, Ottawa), 2011.
  101. Chaput JP. Aborder l’obésité juvénile dans le milieu clinique. CALIBRATE Workshop (Ottawa), 2011.
  102. Chaput JP. La promotion des saines habitudes de vie dans le milieu scolaire. HOPE Center (Saint John, New Brunswick), 2011.
  103. Chaput JP. L’activité physique et le temps sédentaire chez les 0-5 ans. Direction de santé publique de l’Agence de la santé et des services sociaux de Montréal (Montréal), 2011.
  104. Chaput JP. Obesity and wellness: a big problem! Key-note lecture presented at the 2011 Provincial Wellness Conference (Moncton), 2011.
  105. Chaput JP. L’édition 2011 du Bulletin de l’activité physique chez les jeunes de Jeunes en forme Canada. Healthy Eating Physical Activity Coalition of New Brunswick (Moncton), 2011.
  106. Colley RC. 2011 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. School of Human Kinetics, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ottawa (Ottawa), 2011.
  107. Colley RC. 2011 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Eastern (Ottawa), 2011.
  108. Colley RC. 2011 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Faculty of Physical Education and Health at the University of Toronto (Toronto), 2011.
  109. Ferraro ZM. Maternal obesity contributes to excessive fetal growth. Sherbrooke-Ottawa-Montreal Emerging Team (SOMET) Annual Research Day for the symposium on ‘Women and body weight changes during hormone transitions: sharing evidence from bench through clinical trials to action' (Montreal), 2011.
  110. Ferraro ZM, Q Qiu, A Gruslin, KB Adamo. Maternal obesity is associated with increased activators of ERK1/2 signaling in fetal circulation. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario 4th Annual Research Day (Ottawa), 2011.
  111. Ferraro ZM. The preventive role of exercise for Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes Regional Coordinating Centre Annual Symposium. (Ottawa), 2011.
  112. Goldfield GS, A Buchholz. Child obesity management strategies. Children’s Aid Society (Ottawa), 2011.
  113. Goldfield, GS, T Saunders, GP Kenny, S Hadjiyannakis, A Alberga, P Phillips, MS Tremblay, RJ Sigal. TV viewing and diabetes risk factors in overweight and obese adolescents. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario 4th Annual Research Day (Ottawa), 2011.
  114. Goldfield GS. Overview of child obesity treatment research. Invited presentation, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Volunteer Association Annual General Meeting (Ottawa), 2011.
  115. Goldfield, GS, S Hadjiyannakis, A Buchholz, J Rutherford, K Heffernan, L Clark. Biological and Environmental contributors to child obesity; CALIBRATE Workshop: Calibrating Early Lifestyles to Manage Obesity: A Health and Education Practitioner Intervention Approach. O.P.E Community Centre (St. John, New Brunswick), 2011.
  116. Goldfield, GS, , S Hadjiyannakis, A Buchholz, J Rutherford, K Heffernan, L Clark The Biological and Psychological Determinants and consequences of pediatric obesity. CALIBRATE Workshop: Calibrating Early Lifestyles to Manage Obesity: A Health and Education Practitioner Intervention Approach. Andrew Fleck Organization (Ottawa, ON), 2011.
  117. HadjiyannakisS, A Buchholz, K Heffernan, J Rutherford. Managing Obesity: The Realities Recognizing Overweight and Obesity Recognizing which Children and Youth are at Highest Risk for Complications of Obesity Screening for Complications of Overweight and Obesity- How and When? Treating Common Complications of Overweight and Obesity Treating and Managing Obesity. 9th Annual Advances in Pediatric Medicine (Gatineau), 2011.
  118. Hadjiyannakis, S, A Buchholz. The Realities: Managing paediatric obesity. Grand Rounds at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa), 2011.
  119. Hadjiyannakis S, A Buchholz, J Rutherford, Heffernan K. Tackling Obesity in the Clinical Setting. Invited presentation at Annual Pediatric Medicine Update (Ottawa), 2011.
  120. Hadjiyannakis S, A Buchholz, J Rutherford, Heffernan K. Calibrating Early Lifestyles to Manage Obesity: A Health and Education Practitioner Intervention Approach. Public workshop for the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa), 2011.
  121. Hadjiyannakis, S. Family Based Screening Program for Type 2 Diabetes, Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism Grand Rounds, Ottawa Hospital (Ottawa), 2011.
  122. Hadjiyannakis, S, A Buchholz, AM Hospod, et al. CALIBRATE: Calibrating Early Lifestyles to Manage Obesity. A Health and Education Practitioner Intervention. Interdisciplinary team workshops presented to health practitioners and educators (Eastern Ontario and New Brunswick), 2011-2012.
  123. LeBlanc AG, M Duggan. Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines. Ottawa District School Board (Ottawa), 2011.
  124. LeBlanc AG. Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines. Ontario Kinesiology Association Annual General Meeting (Markam), 2011.
  125. Longmuir PE. Physically Active Peer Play: The Health of Children with Heart Problems Depends on It, So Why Doesn’t It Happen. Scientific Retreat 2011, SickKids Research Institute (Toronto), 2011.
  126. Longmuir PE. Enhanced Quality of Life for Young Children with Disabilities and Chronic Illness: Inclusion and Treatment Through Physical Activity. Research Rounds, Holland Bloorview Rehabilitation Centre (Toronto), 2011.
  127. Longmuir PE. Balls, Crayons and Mr. Potato Head: Crafts and Play as Research Method. Child Health Evaluative Sciences Research Day, SickKids Research Institute (Toronto), 2011.
  128. Longmuir PE. Healthy ME: Moving daily, Eating healthy. Take TIME Parent Education Event, Township of Uxbridge, 2011.
  129. Norris M, W Spettigue, A Buchholz, K Henderson, M Jovanovic, D Maras, R Gomez, A Ni. Quetiapine use for the adjunctive treatment of adolescents with anorexia nervosa: A retrospective case control study. University of Ottawa Department of Psychiatry’s 31st Annual Academic Research Day (Ottawa), 2011.
  130. Rutherford J. Physical Activity for Health. Invited presentation at South Asian Health Symposium (Ottawa), 2011.
  131. Stieber N, S Gilmour, A Morra, J Rainbow, S Robitaille, G Van Arsdell, BW McCrindle, BE Gibson, PE Longmuir. Motor Development Among Toddlers with Complex Heart Defects: Feasibility of Home-based, Parent-provided Physical Activity. Child Health Evaluative Sciences Research Day, SickKids Research Institute (Toronto), 2011.
  132. Saunders, TJ, R Larouche, RC Colley, MS Tremblay. (2011). Acute sedentary behaviour and markers of cardiometabolic risk: a systematic review of intervention studies. 4th Annual Research Day of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa), 2011.
  133. Tremblay MS. Nipissing University Convocation Address – Five Wellness Lessons for Life after University. Invited convocation address to 2011 graduating class of Nipissing University (North Bay), 2011.
  134. Tremblay MS. Canada’s Inactive Kids: An Urgent Call for Action. Invited presentation to the education students/student teachers at the Laurentian University, School of Education (Sudbury), 2011.
  135. Tremblay MS. How can we get kids active? Invited presentation to Sudbury District School Board elementary school students and teachers (Sudbury), 2011.
  136. Tremblay MS. Potential Solutions to Canada’s Childhood Inactivity Crisis: Mark’s Top 10. Invited presentation to the Physical Education Department Heads and Program Leaders, Sudbury District School Board (Sudbury), 2011.
  137. Tremblay MS. Canada’s Inactive Kids: An Urgent Call for Action. Invited public lecture at Laurentian University (Sudbury), 2011.
2010
  1. Adamo KB, Rutherford JA, Goldfield GS. Effects of Interactive Video Game Cycling on Obese Adolescent Health. Presentation at the North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Conference (Niagara-on-the-Lake), 2010.
  2. Adamo KB. Tackling the Childhood Obesity Epidemic- Starting with MOM. The Maternal Obesity Management Trial (MOM Trial). Invited presentation: Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds (Ottawa), 2010.
  3. Adamo KB. Pathway to a Research Scientist- the Work, Life Balance. Invited keynote presentation at the Canadian Obesity Network’s meeting for students and new professionals (Ottawa), 2010.
  4. Adamo KB. The maternal obesity management (MOM) trial: a lifestyle intervention during pregnancy to minimize downstream obesity. Invited presentation: Division of Maternal and Newborn Care group (Ottawa), 2010
  5. Breithaupt P, RC Colley, J Rutherford, KB Adamo. Body composition measured by dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry half-body scans in obese children and youth (Poster). Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) Annual General Meeting (Toronto), 2010.
  6. Buchholz A, SJ Norwood, A Bowker, K Henderson, GS Goldfield, MF Flament. Self Silencing, restrained eating, and appearance esteem: A test of a meditational model among adolescents. Poster presented at the Academy of Eating Disorders (AED) International Conference for Eating Disorders (Salzburg, Austria), 2010.
  7. Chaput JP. Une diète pour maigrir: mythe ou réalité? Invited presentation at the Mini-École de Médecine (Ottawa), 2010.
  8. Chaput JP. Does short sleep duration make us fatter? Presentation for the Canadian Obesity Network-Students & New Professionals (CON-SNP) University of Ottawa Chapter (Ottawa), 2010.
  9. Chaput JP. Childhood obesity prevention at the individual and family levels. Pan-Canadian webinar on Childhood Obesity Prevention orchestrated by the Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada (CDPAC) in partnership with the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) (Ottawa), 2010.
  10. Chaput JP. Is working less and sleeping more a new way to control our appetite? Invited presentation to the Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa), 2010.
  11. Chaput JP. Work less and sleep more! Invited presentation to the International Congress on Obesity (Stockholm, Sweden), 2010.
  12. Chaput JP, Visby T, Nyby S, Klingenberg L, Gregersen NT, Tremblay A, Astrup A, Sjödin A. Does video game playing promote overconsumption of food? Invited presentation to the New Investigator Award Competition, International Congress on Obesity (Stockholm, Sweden), 2010.
  13. Chaput JP. Putative contributors to the obesity epidemic. Invited presentation to the FINE Seminar, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Center for Healthy Aging (Copenhagen, Denmark), 2010.
  14. Chaput JP. Reduced sleep, mental workload, and obesity. Invited presentation to the Preventive Medicine Seminar, Institute of Preventive Medicine (Copenhagen, Denmark), 2010.
  15. Chaput JP. Effects of playing video games on appetite control. Presentation at the Internal Research Congress, Department of Human Nutrition (Copenhagen, Denmark), 2010.
  16. Colapinto C, MS Tremblay, D O’Connor, L Dubois. Examining the folate status of Canadians. Presentation at the Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference (Toronto), 2010.
  17. Colley RC. “Le Bulletin 2010 de l’activité physique chez les enfants et les jeunes de Jeunes en Forme Canada”. Presented as a webinar to the Healthy Eating Physical Activity Coalition of New Brunswick, 2010.
  18. Colley RC.“The 2010 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth”. Presented as a webinar to the Healthy Eating Physical Activity Coalition of New Brunswick, 2010.
  19. Colley RC. “The 2010 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth”. Presented at the Heart & Stroke SPARK Together for healthy kids breakfast (Ottawa), 2010.
  20. Colley RC. “Promoting Healthy Active Living in Children and Youth”. Presented to the Lawson Foundation (Toronto), 2010.
  21. Colley RC. “The Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth” XII Congresso International Avances en Medicina (Guadalajara, Mexico), 2010.
  22. Colley RC, M.S. Tremblay. Light-to-moderate and moderate-to-vigorous physical activity cut-points for the Actical accelerometer. Presentation at the North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Conference (Niagara-on-the-Lake), 2010.
  23. Colley RC, M Brownrigg, MS Tremblay. The Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth: Are we impacting policy and practice? Presentation at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Toronto), 2010.
  24. Connor Gorber S, MS Tremblay. Bias in self-reported obesity from 1976 to 2005, a Canada – U.S. comparison. Presentation at the International Congress on Obesity (Stockholm, Sweden), 2010.
  25. Craig CL, MS Tremblay. Temporal trends in fitness in Canada: 1978-2009. Symposium presentation at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Toronto), 2010.
  26. Ferraro Z, D Prud’homme, N Barrowman, M Roger, M Walker, S Wen, KB Adamo. The effect of maternal body mass index and gestational weight gain on neonatal birth weight: Support for obstetrical weight management? Presentation at the 3rd Annual CHEO Clinical Research Day (Ottawa), 2010.
  27. Ferraro, Z. Improving student involvement in knowledge translation initiatives. State University of Maringá (Paraná, Brazil), 2010. (Invited lecture series)
  28. Ferraro, Z. The intergenerational effects of maternal obesity: Managing chronic disease in mom while preventing it in baby. State University of Maringá (Paraná, Brazil), 2010. (Invited lecture series).
  29. Ferraro ZM, D Prud’homme, N Barrowman, MW Walker, M Rodger, SW Wen, KB Adamo. The effect of gestational weight gain and maternal BMI on neonatal birth weight: support for obstetrical weight management? CHEO 3rd Annual Research Day (Ottawa), 2010.
  30. Ferraro ZM, D Prud’homme, N Barrowman, MW Walker, M Rodger, SW Wen, KB Adamo. The effect of gestational weight gain and maternal BMI on neonatal birth weight: support for obstetrical weight management? The Canadian Obesity Student Meeting (Ottawa), 2010.
  31. Galaviz KI, MS Tremblay, RC Colley, I. Janssen. Associations among waist circumference, physical activity, and cardiorespiratory fitness in 5th and 6th grade Mexican children; a cross sectional study. Presentation at the International Conference of Physical Activity and Applied Sports Sciences (Guadalajara), 2010.
  32. Goldfield GS & A Buchholz. Child obesity management strategies. Invited Presentation to the Children’s Aid Society (Ottawa), 2010.
  33. Giguere I, KB Adamo, I Strychar, E Doucet, D Prud'homme. Postpartum Weight Loss, Body Composition and Cardiometabolic Risk of Pre-Menopausal Women. A MONET Study. The Obesity Society (San Diego), 2010.
  34. Hadjiyannakis S, Tackling Childhood Obesity, CHEO’s 35th Annual Pediatric Refresher Course (Ottawa)(2 workshops), 2010.
  35. Henderson KA, N Obeid, A Buchholz, MF Flament, & GS Goldfield. Does coping matter? A meditational model of stress coping and eating pathology. Paper presented at the Academy of Eating Disorders (AED) International Conference for Eating Disorders (Salzburg, Austria), 2010.
  36. Henderson KA, N Obeid, A Buchholz, MF Flament, & GS Goldfield. Does coping mediate the relationship between stress and disordered eating Oral Presentations of paper at the 3rd Annual Research Day of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (Ottawa), 2010.
  37. Hill E, K Henderson, A Buchholz, GS Goldfield, A Kukaswadia, M Birmingham, MF Flament. What’s your ideal weight? Sociocoultural and psychological Influences on Actual-weight discrepancy and weight satisfaction in adolescents. Paper presented at the 8th annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders (ANZED) (Auckland, New Zealand), 2010.
  38. Hadjiyannakis, S. Childhood Obesity from an Endocrinologists Perspective, Mexican Delegation Visit to CHEO (Ottawa), 2010.
  39. Hadjiyannakis, S. Metabolic Complications of Obesity: Beyond the Metabolic Syndrome, Canadian Pediatric Society Annual Meeting (Vancouver), 2010.
  40. Hadjiyannakis, S. Tackling Childhood Obesity in the Clinical Setting, Canadian Obesity Network Student Meeting, University of Ottawa (Ottawa), 2010.
  41. Knight E, M Lloyd, MS Tremblay. Adverse events occurring during field tests of physical fitness: Experiences during pilot testing of the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL). Presentation at the Annual CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2010.
  42. Knight E, M Lloyd, MS Tremblay. The FitnessGram PACER test “Healthy Fitness Zone” does not effectively discriminate between fit and unfit 10-year old girls. Presentation at the North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Conference (Niagara-on-the-Lake), 2010.
  43. Knight, M Lloyd, MS Tremblay. “…I can’t play a lot of sports because I don’t know how.” Presentation at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Toronto), 2010.
  44. Kristjansson E, Calhoun M, Leclair S, Russell K, Bilette J-M, Sawada M, He J, McKinnon J, Prince-Ware S, Hole D. Neighbourhood and individual characteristics that predict healthy eating and overweight/obese Body Mass Index. Why Place Still Matters: Community Forum (Ottawa), 2010.
  45. Kukaswadia A, MF Flament, A Buchholz, K Henderson, GS Goldfield, M Talijaard. Accuracy of self-reported weight and height in adolescents. Paper presented at the 2nd Canadian Obesity Network Student Meeting (Ottawa), 2010.
  46. Larouche R, M Lloyd, E Knight, MS Tremblay. BMI in children who use active vs. passive modes of transportation to and from school: results from the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy study. Presentation at the Annual CHEO Research Day (Ottawa), 2010.
  47. Larouche R, M Lloyd, E Knight, MS Tremblay. Differences in BMI between children in grades 4 to 6 who use active vs. passive modes of transportation to and from school: results from the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy study. Presentation at the North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Conference (Niagara-on-the-Lake), 2010.
  48. Larouche R, L Laurencelle, RJ Shephard & F Trudeau. Life transitions in the waning of physical activity from childhood to adult life. Presented at the 4th Congress of the Sport Canada Research Initiative (Ottawa), 2010.
  49. Larouche R, L Laurencelle, RJ Shephard & F Trudeau. Should time devoted to physical education be increased? Insights from participants to the Trois-Rivières study. Presented at the 3rd International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Toronto), 2010.
  50. Larouche, R. A pilot study on the walkability of a university campus and its relationship with active transportation. Presented at the Human Kinetics Graduate Student’s Conference at the University of Ottawa (Ottawa), 2010.
  51. LeBlanc AG, Janssen I. Dose response relationship between physical activity and dyslipidemia in youth. 2nd Canadian Obesity Network Student Meeting (Ottawa), 2010.
  52. Leblanc AG, CL Craig, MS Tremblay. Predicting maximal oxygen uptake in children and youth. Presentation at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Toronto), 2010.
  53. LeBlanc AG, TJ Saunders, R Larouche, RC Coley, G Goldfield, M.S. Tremblay. Relation between sedentary behaviour and health outcomes in children and youth. Presentation at the North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Conference (Niagara-on-the-Lake), 2010.
  54. LeBlanc CMA, N Chui, K Ambler, KB Adamo, G Spence, E Cummings. Practicing what we preach Part 2: a follow-up look at healthy active living policy and practices in Canadian Academic Pediatric Health Centres. Proceedings of the Canadian Pediatric Society Conference (Vancouver), 2010.
  55. Lloyd M and MS Tremblay. Physical Literacy Measurement: An update on the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Pesentation at the Physical and Health Education Canada and Ophea Annual Conference (Toronto), 2010.
  56. Lloyd M, E Knight, MS Tremblay. The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL): Pilot and Feasibility Testing. Presentation at the North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Conference (Niagara-on-the-Lake), 2010.
  57. Lloyd M, E Knight. The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Presentation for the Ottawa Catholic School Board Advanced Qualification Course for Physical Educators (Ottawa), 2010.
  58. Lloyd M, MS Tremblay. The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Results from Cycle 1 of Pilot Testing. Presentation at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Toronto), 2010.
  59. Murray M, E Hill, A Buchholz, K Henderson, GS Goldfield, MF Flament. Predicting body esteem in Adolescents: Are risk factors gender specific? Paper presented at the American Psychological Association (San Diego), 2010.
  60. Murray M, A Kukaswadia, M Birmingham, A Buchholz, K Henderson, GS Goldfield, MF Flament. Factors associated with weight satisfaction among Canadian adolescents in different weight categories. Child Development (Ottawa), 2010.
  61. Murray G, R Larouche, L Laurencelle, RJ Shephard & F Trudeau. Tracking of lung function from childhood to adulthood. Presented at the 2010 Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Conference (Toronto), 2010.
  62. Norwood S, A Buchholz, A Bowker, KA Henderson, GS Goldfield, MF Flament. Gender differences in self-silencing as a predictor of eating pathology among adolescents. Academy of Eating Disorders (AED) International Conference for Eating Disorders (Salzburg, Austria), 2010.
  63. Norwood SJ, A Buchholz, A Bowker, KA Henderson, GS Goldfield, MF Flament. Self-silencing and anger regulation as predictors of disordered eating among adolescent females. Paper presented at the Academy of Eating Disorders (AED) International Conference for Eating Disorders (Salzburg, Austria), 2010.
  64. Onywera VO, KB Adamo, WA Sheel, MK Boit, JN Waudo, MS Tremblay. Emerging evidence of the physical activity transition in Kenya. Presentation at the 17th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Comparative Physical Education and Sport (Nairobi, Kenya), 2010.
  65. Prince SA. The built environment as a determinant of health. Determinants of Health guest lecture, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies (Ottawa), 2010.
  66. Prince Ware SA, E Kristjansson, K Russell, A Ali, D Prud’homme, M Tremblay, M Sawada. Adult obesity and physical activity in the context of built and social environments in the City of Ottawa. Canadian Obesity Network Student Meeting (Ottawa), 2010.
  67. Rodríguez MP, J Lopez Taylor, RC Colley, MS Tremblay. Development of a report card on the physical activity of Mexican children and youth. Presentation at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Toronto), 2010.
  68. Rutherford J. Stopping the downward spiral: Targeting Childhood Obesity through a Family Centred Approach. Invited presentation at Nepean Kanata Rotary Club (Ottawa), 2010.
  69. Rutherford J. Childhood Obesity and Cardiac Issues. Invited presentation at Regional Heart Saver Committee – CPR Across the Generations (Ottawa), 2010.
  70. Saunders TJ, M Lloyd, E Knight, V Onywera, MS Tremblay. Urban Kenyan children are no more active than their Canadian peers. Presentation at the North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Conference (Niagara-on-the-Lake), 2010.
  71. Saunders T, RC Colley, MS Tremblay. Relationship between daily steps and clustered metabolic risk in American youth. Presentation at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Toronto), 2010.
  72. Shields M, MS Tremblay. Canadian childhood obesity estimates based on WHO, IOTF and CDC cut-points. Presentation at the International Congress on Obesity (Stockholm, Sweden), 2010.
  73. Shields M, MS Tremblay, M Laviolette, CL Craig, I Janssen, S Connor Gorber. Aerobic and musculoskeletal fitness of Canadian adults. Symposium presentation at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Toronto), 2010.
  74. Spettigue W, M Norris, S Hadjiyannakis The Role of Atypical Antipsychotics in the Treatment of Adolescent Eating Disorders. Eating Disorders Association of Canada annual meeting (Toronto), 2010.
  75. Stephens S, MS Tremblay, G Faulkner, S Koohsary, E Limenis, BM Feldman. The Stages of Exercise Scale: Validating a Measure of Readiness to Exercise in Children with Arthritis. Presentation at the North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Conference (Niagara-on-the-Lake), 2010.
  76. Tremblay MS. Trends in Healthy Active Living – Evidence, Implications, and Future Directions. Invited keynote address at the Inaugural Alberta Action on Wellness Forum (Edmonton), 2010.
  77. Tremblay MS. Findings from Cycle 1 of the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Symposium presentation at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Toronto), 2010.
  78. Tremblay MS, AG LeBlanc, RC Colley, G Goldfield, T Saunders, R Larouche. Systematic review of the relationship between sedentary behaviour and health indicators in school-aged children and youth. Presentation at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Toronto), 2010.
  79. Tremblay MS. Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines: Process and Consensus Meeting Outcomes. Symposium presentation at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Toronto), 2010.
  80. Tremblay MS. Fitness of Canadian Children and Youth. Invited keynote presentation at the 2010 Nanjing International Conference on Youth Fitness and Health (Nanjing, China), 2010.
  81. Tremblay MS. Trends in measured fitness of Canadian children and youth: 1981-2009. Invited presentation at the 2010 International Forum on Sport Science (Jinan, China), 2010.
  82. Tremblay MS. Fitness of Canadian Children and Youth. Invited presentation at the Beijing Sport University (Beijing, China), 2010.
  83. Tremblay MS. Canada’s Inactive Kids: An Urgent Call for Action. Invited presentation to the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Health Sciences Distinguished Lecture Series (London), 2010.
  84. Tremblay MS. What Parents Can do to Raise a Healthy and Active Child: The Evidence and Issues. Invited public presentation to the City of London and London-Middlesex In Motion (London), 2010.
  85. Tremblay MS. What Service Providers Can do to Increase their Efficacy to Get Our Kids Active and Healthy: The Evidence and Issues. Invited public presentation to the City of London and London-Middlesex In Motion (London), 2010.
  86. Tremblay MS. Contemporary Issues and Solutions for Physical Activity. Invited keynote address at the inaugural Superintendent Speaker Series, New Brunswick School District 2 (Moncton), 2010.
  87. Tremblay MS. Understanding the Physical Activity Transition: Evidence, Implications and Future Directions. Invited presentation to the Ecole de kinesiology et de recreologie (Moncton), 2010.
  88. Tremblay MS. Measuring our way to Success in Physical Education: Issues and Future Directions. Invited keynote presentation at the New Brunswick School District 2 Physical Education Professional Development Workshop (Moncton), 2010.
  89. Tremblay MS. The Childhood Physical Activity Transition: Evidence, Implications and Future Directions. Invited symposium presentation at the North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Conference (Niagara-on-the-Lake), 2010.
  90. Tremblay MS. Childhood Obesity Prevention Series: Part 1 Setting the Stage. Invited webinar presentation for the Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada and Public Health Agency of Canada’s Canadian Best Practices Initiative (Ottawa), 2010.
  91. Tremblay MS. Understanding the Physical Activity Transition: Evidence, Implications and Future Directions. Invited keynote address at the in motion National Physical Activity Institute (Saskatoon), 2010.
  92. Tremblay MS. The childhood physical activity transition: evidence, implications, future directions. Invited presentation to the Manitoba Institute of Child Health (Winnipeg), 2010.
  93. Tremblay MS. Canada – Mexico Connections for Studying Childhood Obesity: Introducing Monarca, CAMBIO and HALO. Invited presentation at the Congreso Nacional Sociedad de Pediatria / Medicos Militares Pediatras (Oaxaca, Mexico), 2010.
  94. Tremblay, M Shields, M Laviolette, CL Craig, I Janssen, S Connor Gorber. Trends in the measured fitness of Canadian children and youth: 1981-2009. Presentation at the International Congress on Obesity (Stockholm, Sweden), 2010.
  95. Tremblay MS. Process development and introduction of concepts related to public-private partnerships. Symposium presentation at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Toronto), 2010.
  96. Tremblay. Aerobic and musculoskeletal fitness of Canadian children. Symposium presentation at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Toronto), 2010.
  97. Tremblay. Exercise Guidelines. Invited presentation at the Champlain Diabetes Network – Integrating Diabetes Services Conference (Ottawa), 2010.
  98. Tremblay. Sedentary behaviour and child health: emerging and disturbing trends. Invited presentation at the XII Congresso International Avances en Medicina 2010 (Guadalajara, Mexico), 2010.
  99. Tremblay. Making the Truth or Masking the Truth: Measure and Measure Carefully. Invited lecture to West Texas A & M University, Department of Sports and Exercise Sciences Graduate Trends and Issues Class (Canyon, Texas), 2010.
  100. Tremblay. Automation, Mechanization, Digitization: Contemporary Role Reversal of Physical Activity and Sedentarism. Distinguished lecturer, West Texas A & M University (Canyon, Texas), 2010.
  101. Wilson A, A Buchholz, K Henderson, MF Flament, N Obeid, C Moore, GS Goldfield. Physical activity and psychosocial adjustment in adolescents. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Research Day of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (Ottawa), 2010.
2009
  1. Adamo, K.B. CHEO’s Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group - research opportunities. Invited presentation at University of Ottawa Research in Action – HK symposium (Ottawa), 2009.
  2. Adamo, K.B. Childhood Obesity: How bad? Why? What can we do? Invited presentation at Academy of Medicine – Annual Clinical Day (Ottawa), 2009.
  3. Adamo, K.B. Childhood Obesity and the Nutrition/Physical Activity Transition. Invited keynote address at Best Start Resource Centre Conference session: Promotion of Healthy Weights in the Early Years (Toronto), 2009.
  4. Adamo, K.B. Reorient Health Services: Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion. Invited presentation at Best Start Resource Centre Conference (Toronto), 2009.
  5. Adamo, K.B. Is Interactive Video Game Cycling Better than Music to Increase Exercise and Aerobic Fitness in Obese Adolescents? Invited Pediatric Grand Rounds at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa), 2009.
  6. Adamo, K.B., A. Rutherford, G.S. Goldfield. Is Interactive Video Game Cycling Better than Music to Increase Exercise and Aerobic Fitness in Obese Adolescents? Presentation at the 2nd Annual CHEO Clinical Research Day (Ottawa), 2009.
  7. Adamo, K.B. KIDS-CAN: The Nutrition/Physical Activity Transition. Invited presentation to the Society of Clinical Research Associates (Ottawa), 2009.
  8. Adamo, K.B., A.W. Sheel, Onywera, J. Waudo, M. Boit, W-M Wong, M.S. Tremblay. Is there evidence for the Nutrition/Physical Activity Transition in Kenya? A KIDS-CAN Research Alliance- pilot study. Presentation at the Annual CHEO Clinical Research Day (Ottawa), 2009.
  9. Adamo, K.B., A.W. Sheel, Onywera, J. Waudo, M. Boit, W-M. Wong, M.S. Tremblay. Is There Evidence for the Nutrition / Physical Activity Transition in Kenya? A KIDS-CAN Research Alliance Pilot Study. Presentation at the first Canadian National Obesity Summit (Kananaskis), 2009.
  10. Angulo-Barroso, R., L-C Chen, C. Tiernan, Lloyd, and D. Ulrich. Effects of treadmill training on physical activity in infants at risk for neuromotor delay. 4th International State-of-the-art Congress of Rehabilitation: Mobility, Exercise, and Sport (Amsterdam), 2009.
  11. Colley, R.C. Pediatric Obesity – Is it time to consider NEAT strategies for intervention? 34th Annual Pediatric Obesity Refresher Course (Ottawa), 2009.
  12. Colley, R.C. Development of a threshold to classify sedentary behaviour using the Actical accelerometer. International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (Washington, C.), 2009.
  13. Colley, R.C. Promoting healthy lifestyle in obese individuals – One approach does not fit all. National Eating Disorder Information Centre Conference – Body Image and Self-Esteem: Shades of Grey (Toronto), 2009.
  14. Colley, R.C. Targeting childhood obesity through a family-centered approach. Champlain Diabetes Network Meeting (Ottawa), 2009.
  15. Colley, R.C. Tackling childhood obesity: What can young investigators bring to the table? Canadian Obesity Network Student Network Meeting (Ottawa), 2009.
  16. Colley, R.C., M. Brownrigg, S. Tremblay. Canada’s 2009 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Presentation at the European Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Le Touquet, France), 2009.
  17. Colley, R.C., S. Tremblay, M. Brownrigg. Synthesizing multiple data sources to assess progress in physical activity levels and translating this knowledge to policy makers: Canada’s Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Presentation at the International Conference on Dietary and Activity Methods (Washington, DC), 2009.
  18. Goldfield, G.S., Leclair, A. Byrne. Using the Internet to deliver Interventions: Strengths and Challenges. Oral session presented at the 70th Annual Canadian Psychological Association Conference, Montreal (Quebec), 2009.
  19. Goldfield, G.S., E.M. Hill, A. Kukaswadia, A. Buchholz, K. Henderson, Virley, M.F. Flament. Parent weight teasing as a moderator in the relationship between “internalization of the ideal body figure” and restrained eating among adolescents: A cross-gender analysis. Paper presented at the Royal Ottawa Hospital/University of Ottawa Academic and Research Day (Ottawa), 2009.
  20. Goldfield, G.S. Behavioural Engineering of Physical Activity in Obese Children, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa), 2009.
  21. Goldfield, G.S., C. Moore, K. Henderson, A. Buchholz, N. Obeid and M. Flament. The relationship between weight-based teasing and psychological adjustment in adolescents. Poster presented at the 2nd Annual Clinical Research Day of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa), 2009.
  22. Goldfield, G.S., H.A. Raynor, E.V. Walleghen, K. Osterholt, C. Hart, E. Jelalian, R. Wing. The influence of child food liking, parent food liking, and parent dietary intake on overweight children’s dietary intake. Paper presented at the Society of Obesity Conference (Washington, DC), October 2009.
  23. Hadjiyannakis, S. Strategies for Dealing with Metabolic Syndrome and Type 2 Diabetes in Children. 5th Annual Update in Endocrinology and Diabetes (Ottawa), 2009.
  24. Hadjiyannakis, S. Big Kids, Big Problems: Childhood Obesity. 5th Annual Update in Endocrinology and Diabetes (Ottawa), 2009.
  25. Hadjiyannakis, S. Insulin Pump Therapy – Is it Right for You? Pump Information Evening, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa), 2009.
  26. Hadjiyannakis, S. Approach to Lipid Disorders in Pediatrics. Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (Ottawa), 2009.
  27. Hadjiyannakis, S. Healthy Lifestyles for Children, Youth and their Families. First Nation, Metis & Inuit Diabetes Network Day (Ottawa), 2009.
  28. Hadjiyannakis, S. Targeting Childhood Obesity Through a Family-Centered Approach. Champlain Diabetes Network Meeting (Ottawa), 2009.
  29. Kukaswadia, A., E. Hill, A. Bucholz, K. Henderson, Goldfield, B. Virley, F. Flament. The Prevalence of Eating Disorder Symptoms among Competitive Youth Athletes Contrasted with Non-competitive Peers. Royal Ottawa Hospital/University of Ottawa Academic & Research Day (Ottawa), 2009.
  30. Larouche, R. Le transport actif : revue de la littérature et situation sur le campus de l’UQTR et dans les environs. Comité citoyen pour les transports durables de Trois-Rivières, 2009.
  31. Larouche, R., Lavoie, L. Laurencelle, G. Murray & F. Trudeau. Impact d’un programme d’éducation physique enrichi sur l’évolution de la pratique d’activités physiques et sportives de l’enfance à l’âge adulte. 77th ACFAS Congress (Ottawa), 2009.
  32. Lloyd, M. Obesity interventions: applicable to individuals with intellectual disabilities? International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities Roundtable: International Collaboration to Improve the Health of Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICID) (Kingston), 2009.
  33. Lloyd, M. Motor development and physical activity in infants and young children with Down syndrome. Down Syndrome Association: National Capital Region (Ottawa), 2009.
  34. Lloyd, M. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Cycle 1. Quality Daily Physical Education Conference (Gananoque), 2009.
  35. Lloyd, M. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Methods and procedures. Quality Daily Physical Education Conference (Gananoque), 2009.
  36. Lloyd, M. Motor development and physical activity in infants and young children with Down syndrome. Research Rounds, The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (Ottawa), 2009.
  37. Lloyd, M. Helping infants with Down syndrome learn how to walk: Recent advances in research. The Ottawa Children’s Treatment Centre (CHEO) (Ottawa), 2009.
  38. Lloyd, M. Assessment of Physical Literacy: Feasibility and Pilot Study. Research in Progress Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (Ottawa), 2009.
  39. Lloyd, M. Helping infants with Down syndrome learn how to walk: Recent advances in research. The Ottawa Children’s Treatment Centre (Ottawa), 2009.
  40. Lloyd, M., K. Heffernan, M. Tremblay. Introducing the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario – Clinical Research Day (Ottawa), 2009.
  41. Lloyd, M. and D.A. Ulrich. Onset of walking predicts preschool physical activity levels in children with and without Down syndrome. The International Symposium of Adapted Physical Activity (Gavle, Sweden),
  42. Lloyd, M. and Tremblay. Use of the WHO-ICF model to create a Canadian assessment of physical literacy. The International Symposium of Adapted Physical Activity (Gavle, Sweden), 2009.
  43. Lloyd, M., M. Tremblay, and C. Higgs. What is physical literacy? How do you measure it? Why does it matter? Physical and Health Education Conference: Moving Mountains (Banff), 2009.
  44. Murray, M., E. Hill, A. Kukaswadia, A. Bucholz, K. Henderson, Goldfield, F. Flament. Body Mass Index and Age as Predictors of Sociocultural Attitudes about Thinness Among Female Adolescents. Royal Ottawa Hospital Academic & Research Day 2009, (Ottawa), 2009.
  45. Nadeau, C., G. Rowe, R. Wall, Tremblay, D. Manuel, D. Garriguet, W.M. Flanagan, J. Oderkirk, S. Gribble, J. Wadell-Trumble. Modeling and microsimulation of obesity and physical activity in Canada. Presentation at the International Microsimulation Association Conference (Ottawa), 2009.
  46. Onywera, V., M. Boit, J. Waudo, S. Tremblay, K. Adamo, W. Wong, A.W. Sheel. Childhood obesity and physical inactivity threat in Kenyan: The time for action is now! Presentation at the International Congress on Urban Health (Nairobi, Kenya), 2009.
  47. Prince Ware, S., E.A. Kristjansson, K. Russell, A. Ali, D. Prud’homme, S. Tremblay, M. Sawada. Built and Social Environmental Determinants of Adult Physical Activity, Overweight and Obesity in City of Ottawa Neighborhoods. Presentation at the Canadian Society of Epidemiology and Biostatistics Student Conference (Ottawa), 2009.
  48. Quinney, A., S. Tremblay, M. Brownrigg. Canada’s Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Presentation at the Australian National Physical Activity Conference (Brisbane), 2009.
  49. Saunders, T.J., A. Palombella, K.A. McGuire, P.M. Janiszewski, and R. Ross. Temporal changes in plasma triglyceride levels following acute exercise in abdominally obese men: effect of exercise intensity. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology, Annual Scientific Conference (Vancouver), 2009.
  50. Spence, J.C., L. Brawley, C.L. Craig, R.C. Plotnikoff, Tremblay, A. Bauman, G. Faulkner, K. Chad, & M.I. Clark (September 2009). Education, motivation and the knowledge gap: Effects of a campaign to promote physical activity. Presentation at the European Health Psychology Conference (Pisa, Italy), 2009.
  51. Stephens, S., T. Takken, J. , Tremblay, D. Esliger, Schneiderman, D. Bigger, B. Banwell, P. Longmuir, V. Wright, B. McCrindle, A. Coates, M. Hendricks, J. Beyene, A. Abad, P. Govan, D. Ingas, A. Balemans, D. Cooper, J. van der Net, B.M. Feldman. Validation of Accelerometry as a Measure of Physical Activity and Inactivity in Children with Chronic Disease: Preliminary Results. Presentation at the European Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Le Touquet, France), 2009.
  52. Takken, T., A. Balemans, S. Stephens, M. Hendricks, J. Van Der Net, Tremblay, D. Esliger, J. Schneiderman, A. Coates, B. McCrindle, P. Longmuir, V. Wright, D. Biggar, J. de Koning, B. Banwell, J. Beyene, A. Abad, P. Govan, D. Cooper, B.M. Feldman. Calibration of the Actiheart accelerometer for the prediction of activity energy expenditure in children with chronic disease. Presentation at the European Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Le Touquet, France), 2009.
  53. Tremblay, M. and Lloyd. Introducing the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy. European Paediatric Work Physiology Congress (Le Touquet, France), 2009.
  54. Tremblay, M.S. Childhood obesity in Canada: Societal and policy level initiatives and future directions. Invited presentation to University of Ottawa Medical Students (Ottawa), 2009.
  55. Tremblay, S. Building Capacity in East Africa to Curb the Impending Physical Activity Transition: The KIDS-CAN Research Alliance. Invited presentation at the International Conference on Child Rights (Ottawa), 2009.
  56. Tremblay, M.S. Canada’s Physical Activity Guidelines: An Update. Invited keynote presentation at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Vancouver), 2009.
  57. Tremblay, M.S. Changing Perspectives on Sedentarism. Invited presentation to the Ontario Society for Health and Fitness Professional Development Day (Toronto), 2009.
  58. Tremblay, M.S. Changing Perspectives on Sedentarism. Presentation to University of Guelph Bachelor of Applied Science in Kinesiology students (Toronto), 2009.
  59. Tremblay, M.S., S. Biddle, J. Reilly, C. Riddoch, F. Bull. Updating K. Physical Activity Guideline for Children and Young People: Recommendations Based on Current Scientific Evidence. Invited presentation at the U.K. Physical Activity Guidelines Consensus Conference (Marlow, U.K.), 2009.
  60. Tremblay, M.S., Adamo, V. Onywera, A.W. Sheel, M. Boit, J. Waudo, W. Wong. Fitness Levels of Urban vs Rural Kenyan Children: Emerging Evidence of the ‘Physical Activity Transition’? Presentation at the European Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Le Touquet, France), 2009.
  61. Tremblay, M.S. The Emerging Field of Sedentary Physiology: Implications and Opportunities. Invited presentation at the McMaster University Department of Kinesiology Research Seminar Series (Hamilton), 2009.
  62. Tremblay, M.S. 2009 Saskatchewan Supplement to the Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Invited presentation at the Saskatchewan in motion Report Card Partnership Workshop (Regina), 2009.
  63. Tremblay, M.S. Obesity: Definition, Prevalence, Cost. Invited presentation at the Canadian Obesity Network Obesity Summer Boot Camp (Quebec City), 2009.
  64. Tremblay, M.S. Automation, Mechanization, Digitization: Contemporary Role Reversal of Physical Activity and Sedentarism. Invited presentation at the Wellcome Trust Frontiers Meeting on Environmental and Behavioural Determinants of Childhood Obesity (Hinxton, England), 2009.
  65. Tremblay, M.S. The Role of Physical Activity and Practical Tips for Physical Activity Intervention. Invited presentation at the Canadian Obesity Network Management of Obesity in Primary Care Workshop (Kananaskis), 2009.
  66. Tremblay, M.S. Physical Literacy Panel Discussion. Presentation at the 75th Annual Physical and Health Education Canada Conference (Banff), 2009.
  67. Tremblay, M.S. Literacy: Why does it matter? Presentation at the 75th Annual Physical and Health Education Canada Conference (Banff), 2009.
  68. Tremblay, M.S. 2009 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card Preview. Invited presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Joint Consortium for School Health (Banff), 2009.
  69. Tremblay, M.S. Physical Activity for the Promotion of Healthy Body Weight: beyond exercise. Invited presentation at the University of Alberta “Obesity: Why the Weight?” Symposium (Edmonton), 2009.
  70. Tremblay, M.S. Obesity Debate: Nature vs Nurture – thinking outside the gene. Invited presenter of the nurture side of the debate against Dr. Robert Lustig at the Canadian Pediatric Endocrinology Group Annual Scientific Meeting (Ottawa), 2009.
  71. Tremblay, M.S. Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Invited keynote presentation at the Coalitions Linking Action and Science for Prevention (CLASP) Social Behavioural Consultation Workshop (Toronto), 2009.
  72. Tremblay, M.S. Making the Truth or Masking the Truth: Measure, and Measure Carefully. Invited presentation at the Queen’s University Lunch and Learn Lecture Series (Kingston), 2009.
  73. Tremblay, M.S. Thinking Outside the Gland: Putative Contributors to Obesity, Inactivity and Metabolic Co-morbidities. Invited presentation at Endocrinology and Metabolism Grand Rounds, Ottawa Hospital (Ottawa), 2009.
  74. Tremblay, M.S. Designing and Planning Large Scale Surveys. Invited presentation at the CAMBIO 2nd Annual Course in Childhood Obesity (Cuernavaca, Mexico), 2009.
  75. Wong, S.L., C. Colley, S. Connor Gorber, M.S. Tremblay. Development of a threshold to classify sedentary behaviour using the Actical accelerometer. Presentation at the International Conference on Dietary and Activity Methods (Washington, D.C.), 2009.
2008
  1. B. Adamo. Diabetes & Exercise. Kenyatta University (Nairobi Kenya), 2008.
  2. B. Adamo. CHEO’s Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group. University of Ottawa School of Human Kinetics (Ottawa), 2008.
  3. B. Adamo, S.A. Prince, A.C. Tricco, S. Connor Gorber, M.S. Tremblay. A Comparison of Indirect versus Direct Measures for Assessing Physical Activity in the Pediatric Population: A Systematic Review. Presentation at the 1st Annual CHEO Clinical Research Day (Ottawa), 2008.
  4. B. Adamo, S.A. Prince, A.C. Tricco, M.S. Tremblay, S. Connor Gorber. Comparing indirect and direct measures for assessing physical activity in the pediatric population: a systematic review. Presentation at the North American Association for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Annual Conference (Colorado Springs), 2008.
  5. Brennan, D. Quirk Baillot, G.S. Goldfield, C. Van Lerberghe, N. Obeid, C. Peeters, H. Nguyen, B. Remy, M.F. Flament. Weight status, ideal-actual weight discrepancy, eating and weight control behaviours: A comparative study between French and American adolescents. 29th Annual Research Day of the University of Ottawa Department of Psychiatry (Ottawa), 2008.
  6. C. Colley. Childhood Obesity: Why does it happen and what can we do about it? Symposium: Maternal & Fetal/Neonatal Implications of Obesity at the 32nd Annual Perinatal Investigators Meeting (Kingston), 2008.
  7. C. Colley. Childhood Obesity – Risk Factors and Prevention Strategies Yellowknife Health and Social Service Authority (Yellowknife, NWT), 2008.
  8. C. Colley. Why is it so hard to lose weight? Behavioural compensation for exercise in overweight and obese individuals Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute Rounds (Ottawa) 2008.
  9. C. Colley. Potential determinants of a compensatory response to exercise in obese women. European Congress on Obesity (Geneva, Switzerland), 2008.
  10. C. Colley. Development of analysis procedures for the objective measurement of physical activity patterns using accelerometry in the Canadian Health Measures Survey Statistics Canada - Government of Canada (Ottawa), 2008.
  11. C. Colley. Quantifying the effect of exercise on total energy expenditure in obese women – Summary of PhD Work. Canadian Research Institute for Social Policy (CRISP) University of New Brunswick (New Brunswick), 2008.
  12. C. Colley, M.S. Tremblay. Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth: Provincial/Territorial Consultation. Presentation at the Active Healthy Kids Canada 2008 Stakeholder Symposium (Hockley Valley, ON), 2008.
  13. C. Colley, M.S. Tremblay. The Importance of Advocating for the Role of Physical Activity in the Health of Children and Youth: A Summary of Findings and Recommendations from Canada’s Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Presentation at the 1st Annual CHEO Clinical Research Day (Ottawa), 2008.
  14. Connor Gorber, M. Shields, M.S. Tremblay, I. McDowell. Adjusting self-reported estimates of obesity: the feasibility of establishing correction factors. Presentation at the 24th International Methodology Symposium (Gatineau), 2008.
  15. Connor Gorber, M. Shields, M.S. Tremblay, I. McDowell. Correcting self-reported estimates of obesity: can we more closely approximate measured values? Presentation at the Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference (Halifax), 2008.
  16. Faulkner, C. McCloy, M.S. Tremblay, ParticipACTION Research Team. Baseline Capacity Assessment of the “New” ParticipACTION: a qualitative study of Canadian organizations. Symposium presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity annual conference (Banff), 2008.
  17. Flament, R. Flewelling, A. Buchholz, K. Henderson, G.S. Goldfield, K. Matheson, G. McVey. Research on Eating and Adolescent Lifestyles in Ontario – A Prospective Longitudinal School-Based Study (REAL study). The Provincial Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health Research Day, (Mississauga), 2008.
  18. S. Goldfield. Child obesity and Physical Activity in Obese Children. B'Nai B'Rith of Ottawa Committee (Ottawa), 2008.
  19. S. Goldfield. The Rising Tide of Child obesity. Parent teachers association group (Ottawa), 2008
  20. Hadjiyannakis. Obesity: The Nature Side of the Debate, Research Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa) 2008.
  21. Hadjiyannakis. Do the Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) Guidelines Identify Impaired Glucose Tolerance (IGT) and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in High-Risk Chidlren? Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Clinical Research Day (Ottawa), 2008.
  22. Hadjiyannakis. The Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group (HALO) and CHEO’s Clinical Obesity Program: An Ideal Partnership, Childhood & Adolescent Obesity Conference (Vancouver), 2008.
  23. Hadjiyannakis. Healthy Weight Strategies for Families and Youth. YMCA Healthy Kids Day Carlingwood YMCA (Ottawa), 2008.
  24. Hadjiyannakis. Pulling the Curtain Back on Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Children and Youth. 57th Annual Refresher Course for Family Physicians, Ottawa Hospital, Civic Campus (Ottawa), 2008.
  25. Hadjiyannakis. Pediatric Obesity: Sounding the Alarm, Academy of Medicine Ottawa Clinical Day (Ottawa), 2008.
  26. E. Hornyak, M. Lloyd, C. Tiernan & D.A. Ulrich. The Benefits of Learning How to Ride a Two Wheel Bicycle in Children with Down syndrome. American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Annual Assembly (San Diego), 2008.
  27. Lloyd. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Development, feedback and discussion. Quality Daily Physical Education Conference (Gananoque), 2008.
  28. Lloyd. Age of walking predicts preschool physical activity in children with Down syndrome. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Clinical Research Day (Ottawa), 2008.
  29. Lloyd & D.A. Ulrich. Manipulating environmental conditions to influence jumping in 4 year old children with and without Down syndrome: An exploratory study. North American Federation of Adapted Physical Activity Symposium (Indianapolis), 2008.
  30. Lloyd & D.A. Ulrich. Physical activity of 3-5 year old children with and without Down Syndrome. North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (Niagara Falls), 2008.
  31. B. Lumb, G.S. Goldfield, & M. Gick. Determinants of the relative reinforcing value of food. Paper presented at the 2008 Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association (Halifax), 2008.
  32. J. Norwood, A. Buchholz, A. Bowker, K. Henderson, G.S. Goldfield, M. F. Flament. Gender differences in self-silencing behaviours as predictors of eating pathology among adolescents. Academy of Eating Disorders: International Conference on Eating Disorders (Cancun, Mexico), 2008.
  33. J. Norwood, A. Buchholz, K. Henderson, M. Flament, G.S. Goldfield. Self-silencing among females and males: Examining the psychometric properties of the STSS-A among adolescents. 69th Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychiatric Association (Halifax), 2008.
  34. Norwood, A. Buchholz, K. Henderson, G.S. Goldfield, M.F. Flament M.F. Self-silencing in females and males: Examining the psychometric properties of the STSS-A among adolescents. 29th Annual Research Day of the University of Ottawa Department of Psychiatry (Ottawa), 2008.
  35. Obeid, M.F. Flament, A. Buchholz, K. Henderson, G.S. Goldfield. The adolescent male divide: The muscular ideal versus the thin ideal. Academy of Eating Disorders: International Conference on Eating Disorders (Cancun, Mexico), 2008.
  36. Obeid, K. Henderson, A. Buchholz, G.S. Goldfield, C. Moore, M. Taljaard, M.F. Flament M.F. Self-reported versus objective measures of weight and height in adolescents: Implications for eating disorders and obesity research. 29th Annual Research Day of the University of Ottawa Department of Psychiatry (Ottawa), 2008.
  37. Plotkikoff, I. Todosijczuk, M. Pickering, S. Cragg, M.S. Tremblay, ParticipACTION Research Team. Baseline Physical Activity Promotion Capacity Available to the “New” ParticipACTION: a quantitative survey of Canadian organizations. Symposium presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity annual conference (Banff), 2008.
  38. A. Prince, M.S. Tremblay, S. Connor Gorber, K.B. Adamo, M. Hamel, J. Hardt. A comparison of direct vs self-reported measures for assessing physical activity in adults: a systematic review. Presentation at the 1st Canadian Obesity Student Meeting (Quebec City), 2008.
  39. A. Prince, M.S. Tremblay, S. Connor Gorber, K.B. Adamo, M. Hamel. A comparison of direct vs self-reported measures for assessing physical activity in adults: a systematic review. Presentation at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), 2008
  40. Rutherford. Stopping the Downward Spiral: Effective Intervention and Prevention Strategies. Physical Activity Network – Renfrew County Conference (Renfrew), 2008.
  41. Shields, S. Connor Gorber, M.S. Tremblay. Quantifying the bias in reported and measured obesity. Presentation at the Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference (Halifax), 2008.
  42. Shields, S. Connor Gorber, M.S. Tremblay. Obesity and morbidity: comparison of reported and measured estimates and the links between obesity and disease. Presentation at the Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference (Halifax), 2008.
  43. C. Spence, M. Clark, M.S. Tremblay, ParticipACTION Research Team. ParticipACTION Brand Awareness and Baseline Data. Symposium presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity annual conference (Banff), 2008.
  44. C. Squires, N. Obeid, N. V. Giasson, A. Byrne, A. Buchholz, K. Henderson, G.S. Goldfield, R. Flewelling, K. Matheson, M.F. Flament. Research on eating and adolescent lifestyles in Ontario – A propective longitudinal school-based study (REAL study). 29th Annual Research Day of the University of Ottawa Department of Psychiatry (Ottawa), 2008.
  45. Tiernan, R. Angulo-Barroso, M. Lloyd, H. Neary & D. Ulrich. Examining effects of treadmill training in infants at risk for neuromotor delay. North American Federation of Adapted Physical Activity Symposium (Indianapolis), 2008.
  46. S. Tremblay. Childhood Obesity in Canada: Current Initiatives and Future Directions. Invited Pediatric Grand Rounds presentation at the Children’s Hospital Université Laval (Quebec City), 2008.
  47. S. Tremblay. Canada’s Physical Activity Guidelines Project: An Overview. Workshop presentation at the Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada Third National Conference (Ottawa), 2008.
  48. S. Tremblay. Automation, Mechanization, Digitization: How our changing world is changing us. Invited university-wide public lecture Kenyatta University (Nairobi, Kenya), 2008.
  49. S. Tremblay. Inactivity-promoting alterations in the lives of children and youth. Invited issue expert presentation at the 2008 McGill Health Challenge Think Tank: Active Living and Energy Balance (Montreal), 2008.
  50. S. Tremblay. Pediatric Obesity in Canada: Are we making any progress and where do we go from here? Invited keynote address at the 6th Lawson Foundation Diabetes Workshop, (Montreal), 2008.
  51. S. Tremblay, M. Shields, S. Connor Gorber. Addressing Obesity – Measuring the truth vs masking the truth. Presentation at the 1st Annual CHEO Clinical Research Day (Ottawa), 2008.
  52. S. Tremblay. Pediatric Obesity in Canada: Are we making any progress and where do we go from here? Invited presentation at the Childhood and Adolescent Obesity: How we live, how we learn and how we work Conference (Vancouver), 2008.
  53. S. Tremblay. Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card for Children and Youth. Invited presentation at the Childhood Obesity and Public Health: A Lifespan Approach to Prevention Conference (Baton Rouge, LA), 2008.
  54. S. Tremblay, K. Murumets, J. Robertson. ParticipACTION: Mass media campaign promoting physical activity. Presentation at the North American Association for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Annual Conference (Colorado Springs), 2008.
  55. S. Tremblay. Canadian Health Measures Survey: Background, Overview and Research Opportunities. Invited presentation at the University of Ottawa, Department of Epidemiology and Community Medicine Seminar Series (Ottawa), 2008.
  56. S. Tremblay. Introducing HALO: Preventing and Managing Obesity for Populations and Patients. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute Research Rounds (Ottawa), 2008.
  57. S. Tremblay. Physical Activity Measurement and Guidelines Project – An Overview. Symposium presentation at the Canadian Federation of Biological Societies Annual Scientific Conference (Winnipeg), 2008.
  58. S. Tremblay, S. Connor Gorber. Future opportunities for understanding self-reported vs. measured variables: an update on the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Presentation at the Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference (Halifax), 2008.
  59. S. Tremblay. ParticipACTION: An Overview. Symposium presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity annual conference (Banff), 2008.
  60. S. Tremblay. Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Symposium presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity annual conference (Banff), 2008.
  61. S. Tremblay. Preventing Childhood Obesity: Big Picture Strategies. Invited keynote address at Mount Royal College and Alberta Centre for Active Living Physical Activity Forum (Calgary), 2008.
  62. S. Tremblay. Preventing Childhood Obesity: Big Picture Strategies. Invited keynote address at University of Alberta and Alberta Centre for Active Living Physical Activity Forum (Edmonton), 2008.
  63. S. Tremblay. Preventing Childhood Obesity: Big Picture Strategies. Invited lecture to Alberta Telehealth Network (41 sites - Alberta Centre for Active Living Physical Activity Forum) (Edmonton), 2008.
  64. S. Tremblay. Physical Inactivity in Canada. Invited presentation at the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario South Asian Health Symposium (Brampton), 2008.
  65. S. Tremblay. Overview of Childhood Obesity in Canada. Invited presentation at the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion Childhood Obesity Think Tank Forum (Toronto), 2008.
  66. S. Tremblay, M. Brownrigg, R. Deans. Active Healthy Kids Canada Annual Report Card on the Physical Activity of Children and Youth: 2005-2007. Presentation at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), 2008.
  67. S. Tremblay. Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines Project: Process, Outcomes and Aspirations. Symposium presentation at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), 2008.
  68. S. Tremblay. Advancing the Future of Physical Activity Measurement and Guidelines Project. Invited presentation at the 3rd B.C. Network for Aging Research Conference: Promoting Active Aging by Connecting BC Researchers and Communities: Towards 2010 and Beyond (Vancouver), 2008.
  69. S. Tremblay. Is there really an obesity epidemic? Measuring obesity at the population level. Invited presentation at the CIHR Journalist Workshop – to be or not to be? Is obesity really a question of choice? (Toronto), 2008.
  70. S. Tremblay. Physical Activity and Obesity in Children. Invited presentation at the Public Health Agency of Canada Research Forum (Ottawa), 2008.
  71. S. Tremblay. Setting the Context: childhood obesity, activity and nutrition in Canada. Invited expert presentation at the Obesity and the Impact of Marketing on Children CDPAC Policy Consensus Conference (Ottawa), 2008.
  72. S. Tremblay. Canadian Health Measures Survey: Background, Overview and Research Opportunities. Invited Pediatric Research Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (Ottawa), 2008.
  73. S. Tremblay. Advocacy and Knowledge Transfer Activities for the Prevention and Treatment of Childhood Obesity. CAMBIO Research Network Short Course on Obesity (Guadalajara, Mexico), 2008.
  74. S. Tremblay. Canadian Health Measures Survey: Background, Overview and Research Opportunities. Invited Pediatric Grand Rounds, B.C. Children’s Hospital (Vancouver), 2008.
  75. S. Tremblay. Canadian Health Measures Survey: Background, Overview and Research Opportunities. Seminar presentation at the School of Human Kinetics, University of British Columbia (Vancouver), 2008.
  76. S. Tremblay. Childhood Physical Activity: Important Initiatives, Insights and Issues. Inaugural invited presentation at the Nipissing University Physical and Health Education Lecture Series (North Bay), 2008.
  77. Ulrich, A. Burghardt, M. Lloyd, & C. Tiernan. The relationship between anthropometric and fitness variables and physical activity level in youth with Down syndrome. North American Federation of Adapted Physical Activity Symposium (Indianapolis), 2008.
  78. D. Willms, M.S. Tremblay, R. Colley. How do kids spend their time after school? Presentation at the North American Association for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Annual Conference (Colorado Springs), 2008.
2007
  1. Adamo KB, Tremblay MS, Onywera VO, Boit M, Waudo J, Sheel AW. KIDS-CAN Research Alliance. International Conference on Physical Activity and Obesity in Children (Toronto), 2007.
  2. Adamo KB, Spotlight on childhood obesity- the activity/nutrition transition. CHEO Research Institute- Grand Rounds (Ottawa), 2007.
  3. Connor-Gorber S, Tremblay MS, Moher D, Gorber B. A comparison of direct versus self-report measures for assessing height, weight and body mass index: a systematic review. Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference (Ottawa), 2007.
  4. Esliger D, Probert A, Connor-Gorber S, Bryan S, Laviolette M, Tremblay MS. Validity of the Actical Accelerometer Step Count Function. Annual Scientific Conference of the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology, (London, ON), 2007.
  5. Goldfield, GS. Body Image and Self-Esteem in obese and non-obese Children. B’Nai B’Rith of Ottawa Committee.
  6. Hadjiyannakis S, and Adamo KB. Lifestyles of 5-10 year olds. 56th Annual Refresher Course for Family Physicians (Ottawa), 2007.
  7. Hadjiyannakis S. Strategies for the Approach to Weight Loss: A Pediatric Perspective. Montreal Children’s Hospital Pediatric Courses (Montreal), 2007.
  8. Hadjiyannakis S. Pediatric Obesity: sounding the Alarm. Ontario Society of Clinical Chemists Annual Meeting (Ottawa), 2007.
  9. Hadjiyannakis S. Pulling the Curtain Back on Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Children and Youth. 8th Annual Diabetes Education Conference for Health Care Professionals (Kingston), 2007.
  10. Hadjiyannakis S. The Genetics of Obesity. Genetics Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa), 2007.
  11. Hadjiyannakis S. The Three Faces of PCOS. Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa), 2007.
  12. Lopez-Taylor JR, Katzmarzyk PT, Janssen I, Guzman Alatorre AB, Jauregui Ulloa E, Lara Esqueda A, Lévesque L, Ortis Leffort V, Power E, Rivera JA, Ross R, Salmon A, Tremblay MS, Vasquez Garabay E. The Double-Edged Sword: Tackling Childhood Obesity in the Context of the Nutrition Transition in Mexico. International Conference on Physical Activity and Obesity in Children (Toronto), 2007.
  13. Probert AW, Tremblay MS, Connor Gorber S. Desk Potatoes – The Importance of Occupational Physical Activity on Health. Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference (Ottawa), 2007.
  14. Rutherford J. Exercise, Physiology and its Role in Diabetes Management. Lecture at the University of Ottawa (Ottawa), 2007.
  15. Tremblay MS. Childhood Physical Inactivity: Insights and New Frontiers for Measurement and Guidance. Invited presentation at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center (Baton Rouge, LA), 2007.
  16. Tremblay MS. Physical Activity Guidelines for Canadians: Measurement Issues and New Frontiers. Invited symposium presentation at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology annual scientific conference (London, ON), 2007.
  17. Tremblay MS. Overview of the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Invited lecture at the McGill University Epidemiology Seminar Series (Montreal), 2007.
  18. Tremblay MS. Major Initiatives Related to Childhood Obesity and Physical Inactivity in Canada: The Year in Review. Invited presentation at Pediatric Grand Rounds at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa), 2007.
  19. Tremblay MS. What Now? Implications for the Champlain Region. Invited lecture at the Champlain Healthy School-aged Children Summit (Ottawa), 2007.
  20. Tremblay MS. Childhood Obesity in Canada: Current initiatives and future directions. Invited symposium presentation at the Canadian Association of Pediatric Health Centres Annual Meeting (Montreal), 2007.
  21. Tremblay MS. Research Informing Canada’s Physical Activity Guidelines and Guides. Workshop presentation at the 50th Annual Scientific Assembly of the College of Family Physicians of Canada: Family Medicine Forum 2007 (Winnipeg), 2007.
  22. Tremblay MS. Canada’s Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Biennial International Conference (Fremantle, Western Australia), 2007.
  23. Tremblay MS. Automation, Mechanization, Digitization: How our changing world is changing us. Invited keynote address at the Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Biennial International Conference (Fremantle, Western Australia), 2007.
  24. Tremblay MS. Major Initiatives Related to Childhood Obesity and Inactivity in Canada: The Year in Review. Invited presentation to the Western Australia Department for Sport and Recreation (Perth, Western Australia), 2007.
  25. Tremblay MS. Overview of the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Health Statistics Data Users Conference (Ottawa), 2007.
  26. Tremblay MS and Shields M. Applying the New WHO Child Growth Standards in Canada: What is our Prevalence of Obesity? Children and Exercise XXIV: The 24th European Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Tallinn, Estonia), 2007.
  27. Tremblay MS. Major PWP-Related Initiatives in Canada: The Year in Review. Children and Exercise XXIV: The 24th European Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Tallinn, Estonia), 2007.
  28. Tremblay MS, Brownrigg M, R. Deans. Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Children and Exercise XXIV: The 24th European Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting (Tallinn, Estonia), 2007.
  29. Tremblay MS. Overview and Update on the Canadian Health Measures Survey. KTL (Finnish Public Health Agency) Department Seminar Lecture (Helsinki, Finland), 2007.
  30. Tremblay MS. Moving… To Beat Heart Disease. Can-Fit-Pro Conference (Toronto), 2007.
  31. Tremblay MS. The Active Healthy Kids Canada 2007 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Invited presentation at the International Conference on Physical Activity and Obesity in Children (Toronto), 2007.
  32. Tremblay MS. Data Quality – Some Things Just Have to Be Measured Directly. Invited presentation at the 6th Annual Rapid Risk Factor Surveillance System Workshop – “Validation and Reliability – Checking up on the past and looking into the future” (Toronto), 2007.
  33. Tremblay MS. Childhood Obesity: Moving Forward While Looking Back. Invited keynote presentation at the Healthy Weights: Halton Takes Action Conference (Milton, ON), 2007.
  34. Tremblay MS. Canadian Health Measures Survey: Introduction and Overview. Invited presentation at the Ontario Society for Nutrition Professionals in Public Health annual conference (Toronto), 2007.
  35. Tremblay MS. Canadian Health Measures Survey: Overview and Lessons Learned. Invited presentation at the Canadian Cardiovascular Outcomes Research Team (CCORT) 7th Annual National Meeting (Toronto), 2007.
  36. Tremblay MS. Physical Activity Marginalization and a Changing Frame of Reference: schools role and responsibilities. Small High School Summit A3: Awareness, Alignment and Achievement (Cornwall), 2007.
  37. Tremblay MS. Challenging “Business as Usual” for Teachable Moments to Improve Lifestyle Report Cards for All Children. Invited presentation at the Follow-up Knowledge-to-Action Workshop to the 2006 McGill Health Challenge Think Tank, (Montreal), 2007.
  38. Tremblay MS. Physical Activity Marginalization, Distorted Perceptions and Measurement Concerns – Implications for Schools. Invited presentation to the Arts and Humanities Discipline Group, Lakehead University (Thunder Bay), 2007.
  39. Tremblay MS. Canadian Health Measures Survey: An Introduction and Overview. Invited presentation to Public Health Graduate Program, Lakehead University (Thunder Bay), 2007.
  40. Tremblay S, Nadeau C, Tremblay MS. Validation Methods for Constructing Canadian Growth Curves. Presentation at the Annual Joint Statistical Meeting (Salt Lake City, UT), 2007.