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2015 Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting

03 - 06 Jun

Edinburgh, Scotland

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See all our videologs in the media room section - the first one is also available HERE

Our Satellite meetings are another exciting activity of the 2015 ISBNPA Annual Meeting. They are reaching their full capacity, so hurry up if you wish to attend. 
Follow this link for more information about the ISBNPA 2015 Satellite Meeting: Challenging interventions with an obese society-engaging without enraging, to be held in June 8 in St. Andrews University, Scotland. You can find more information on the events page of our website.

Follow this link for more information about the ISBNPA 2015 Satellite Meeting: Determinants of sedentary behaviour across the life course: synthesis and consensus meeting, to be held in June 8 in Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland. You can find more information on the events page of our website.

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The International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) will host its 14th Meeting in Edinburgh, one of the world’s most historic and enchanting cities.  

The meeting will be held in Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) in the heart of the city centre.

The scientific programme will consist of keynote, plenary lectures from world leading researchers.  Parallel sessions of symposia, short orals and workshops will provide key updates and debate on recent progress in theory, methods and new findings related to physical activity and nutrition behaviour.  Scientific poster sessions will feature informally during luncheon and also during two 90 minute sessions of plenary poster discussion.

Professors Nanette Mutrie and Annie Anderson are delighted to invite you to attend ISBNPA’s 2015 meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Professor Mutrie is Chair of physical activity for health at the University of Edinburgh where she directs a newly established research centre on this topic (Physical Activity for Health Research Centre).

Professor Anderson is a public health nutritionist and dietician at the University of Dundee where she directs the Centre for Public Health Nutrition Research and co-directs the Centre for Research into Cancer Prevention and Screening.
With co-chairs in physical activity and nutrition you can be sure that the scientific programme will feature ground breaking research findings, key debates and internationally renowned keynote speakers across both fields of physical activity and nutrition behavior change.

The ISBNPA 2015 Annual Meeting will host a plethora of workshops. Find more about them on the following link.

We are supporters of the SPCN Healthy Meetings Initiative (http://www.cancerpreventionscotland.org.uk/what-we-do/healthy-meetings/). Click HERE if you to access the scorecard of this initiative.

Please visit the website for more information – www.isbnpa2015.org.

We look forward to seeing you in Edinburgh!

The Local Organising Committee

Annie Anderson
Scotland, United Kingdom

Nanette Mutrie
Scotland, United Kingdom

Pedro Teixeira
Portugal

Russ Jago
England, United Kingdom

Chloe McAdam
Scotland, United Kingdom

Trish Gorely
Scotland, United Kingdom

Ruth Jepson 
Scotland, United Kingdom 

Graham Baker
Scotland, United Kingdom

Fiona McGillivray (Meeting organizer)
Scotland, United Kingdom

PDF'S & KEYNOTES

Author Document &nsbsp;
ISBNPA Abstract book download
ISBNPA Program book download
Ulrich Ebner-Priemer Ambulatory Assessment – An innovative method for investigating the dynamics of eating and physical activity download
Martin Hagger An Integrated Behaviour-Change Model for Physical Activity download
Wendy Demark-Wahnefried Taking on primary and tertiary cancer prevention simultaneously through family-based interventions: What works and what doesn’t? download
Kelly D. Brownell Harnessing Our Work To Create Change download
Sally Wyke & Kate Hunt Enhancing the social and cultural relevance of interventions: the inter-disciplinary science of behaviour change download
Kylie Ball Traversing myths and mountains: Addressing socioeconomic inequalities in the promotion of nutrition and physical activity behaviours download
Important Dates 2014 2015
SepOctNovDecJanFebMarAprMayJun
01 September to 24 OctoberCall for symposia
01 September to 24 October
31 October to 05 DecemberCall for abstracts
31 October to 05 December
27 FebruaryAuthor Notification
27 February
01 December to 27 MarchEarly bird registration
01 December to 27 March
12 December to 27 MarchLate-breaking abstracts
12 December to 27 March
28 March to 06 JuneRegistration
28 March to 06 June
03 to 06 JuneAnnual Meeting
03 to 06 June