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Summary ISBNPA SIG Webinars from January-March, 2017

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    SIGs

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    Webinar

  • Title

    ISBNPA SIG Webinars from January-March, 2017

  • Date

    24 January 2017 to 07 March 2017

Summary ISBNPA SIG Webinars from January-March, 2017

Dear ISBNPA members and colleagues,

The second series of the ISBNPA SIG webinars will commence in January 2017. The webinars are open to all in the community of nutrition and physical activity behavior change science. 

The webinars that are currently scheduled are listed below; new webinars are expected to be announced in a few weeks time. 

Please save the date, we will communicate ways to register for the webinars in due course.

Please visit the individual pages of the webinars to access the abstracts and speakers/moderators information.


Date

Start time (EST) *

Registration Link

SIG

Title

24th January 2017

10:00 EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/08d241a7a561914bd746f627e8486654

e- & mHealth

Winning e- & mHealth funding and creating successful international collaborations

28th February 2017

15:00 EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/8182cdba604677fbd746f627e8486654

Early care and education

Physical fitness in young children (preschool years): Importance, measurement, and intervention

1st March 2017

11:00 EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/579d089d70087197c5b9141539e44ee6

Ageing

Utilising participatory methodologies for ageing research

1st March 2017

14:00 EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/ced1064de101d72966858a512be5123a

Children and Families

Why is my program (not) effective? How to apply process evaluation in your research.

2nd March 2017

15:00 EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/ffc5bd4ae513de2a7c24e00bf0acd2b8

Policies and Environments

Urban Informatics: Studying How Urban Design Influences Health in New York City

7th March 2017

17:00 EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/189d05595aae1fa7c5b9141539e44ee6

Implementation and Scalability

Implementation and scalability of efficacious health promotion programs: Understanding impact beyond the research setting.

 

* all webinars run for 1:15 hours