SIGS

A primary purpose of the Special Interest Groups (SIGs) is to provide forums for ISBNPA members who have a shared interest in a particular topic that is clearly within the scope of the society’s mission. The role of ISBNPA is to facilitate and support these groups, which will in turn contribute to professional dialogue and promote the field.

Special Interest Groups

Implementation and Scalability
Ageing
Early Care and Education
Motivation and Behavior Change
Children and families
Cancer Prevention and Management
Policies and environments
e- & mHealth
Socioeconomic inequalities

Supporting docs for the SIGs

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Implementation and Scalability

The SIG aims to build a multidisciplinary community of ISBNPA members interested in ...

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Ageing

The Ageing SIG brings together researchers interested in how physical activity, sedentary ...

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Early Care and Education

The Early Care and Education (ECE) Special Interest Group serves to support existing ECE ...

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Motivation and Behavior Change

The SIG on Motivation and Behavior Change creates a ‘community’ of ISBNPA members with an inte ...

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Children and families

The Children and Families SIG will be an interdisciplinary group of ISBNPA members dedicated to ...

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Cancer Prevention and Management

Lifestyle interventions and behaviour change across the cancer prevention and control continuum ...

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Policies and environments

The goal of this SIG is to facilitate a network of ISBNPA members that are working in the area of ...

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