THE CONTINUUM OF MOVEMENT - ONLINE TRAINING (in French Only)

From July 24, 2019 to July 24, 2020

ContactFédération des kinésiologues du Québec

 

Kinesiologists called to discuss sleep and sedentary behavior too!

Online Training

 

By Jean-Philippe Chaput, Ph.D., Assistant Professor (Ottawa University) and Researcher (CHEO Research Institute)

Duration: 1 hour (an accelerated formula of 2 hours of content condensed into 1 hour of training)

Credits: 3 (double these credits for a viewing done in 2020, now 6 credits)

Pricing

  • $90, member

  • $120, non-member

  • $50, student

The Continuum of Movement: kinesiologists called to discuss sleep and sedentary behavior too!

Online Training

By Jean-Philippe Chaput, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor (Ottawa University) and Researcher (CHEO Research Institute)

Jean-Philippe Chaput is a researcher at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute and an associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Ottawa. Her research interests focus on the prevention of obesity and the adoption of a healthy lifestyle. He is also interested in the new determinants of obesity, such as sleep deprivation and mental stress. Chaput has published more than 300 peer-reviewed scientific papers, contributed to more than 200 conferences around the world, and received several awards for his research.

Duration: 1 hour (an accelerated formula of 2 hours of content condensed in 1 hour of training)

Pricing

  • $90, member

  • $120, non-member

  • $50, student

To enter your credits, fill in your file as well

  • Family: Conferences/seminars/workshops/courses recognized by FKQ

  • Type: FKQ Webinar

  • Enter 6 credits

  • Proof: Purchase receipt

 

Upon completion of this training, you will be able to:

  1. Understanding the interactions between sleep, sedentary behaviour and physical activity to influence health;

  2. Understand the new 24-hour Canadian Movement Guidelines;

  3. Understand the implications of these new guidelines for kinesiologists.

 

Good Training!