Online Program

Developing Physically Active Habits at a Young Age

Monday, November 2, 2015: 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Board 1
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Promoting Free and Low Cost Physical Activity For All   
Elaine Lo, MPH, Jennifer Liu, Edith Cabuslay, MPH and Guillermo Vasquez, MSW
Board 4
Use of Environment and Policy Assessment Observation (EPAO) Tool in Afterschool Settings to Support Policy and Environment Change   
Karen Kemper, MSPH, PhD, Alicia Powers, PhD, Sarah Pate, BS, Melissa Fair, MPH, Mary Jackman and Rebekah Shealy
Board 5
Systematic approach to promoting 60 minutes a day of physical activity in elementary schools   
Abby Rose, MSEd, MA, Julia Goetten, M.Ed. and Stephanie Whyte, MD, MBA
Board 6
What makes a Champion? An evaluation framework for the Be a Champion! comprehensive school physical activity program   
Carlene Mayfield, MPH, Anthony Crimarco, MS, Ruth Saunders, PhD, Russell Carson, PhD, Russell Pate, PhD, Michael W. Beets, PhD and Justin B. Moore, PhD, MS, FACSM
Board 7
School Administrator Perspectives on Successful Wellness Policies related to Physical Activity   
Brit I. Saksvig, PhD, MHS, Brittany Schuler, MSW, LSW, Joy Nduka and Erin Hager, PhD
Board 8
Opportunities for physical activity at elementary schools: Before, during and after school programs   
Monica Lounsbery, PHD, Thomas McKenzie, PHD and Shannon Monnat, Ph.D.
Board 9
Encouraging Physical Activity in Preschool: How important is Fun?   
Karen A. McDonnell, PhD, Loretta DiPietro, PhD, MPH and Stepheria Sallah, MPH
Board 10
Enhancing Physical Activity Opportunities in Child-Serving Cultural Institutions: Lessons Learned from the Chicago Children's Museum   
Sarah B. Welch, MPH, Nancy Plaskett, Maryann Mason, PhD, Alexandra Pafilis Silverstein and Katherine Nickele

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Organized by: Physical Activity
Endorsed by: Food and Nutrition, Public Health Education and Health Promotion

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