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Matt Kwan
Assistant Professor at McMaster; Physical Activity & Behavioural Medicine Researcher, Blue Jays fan, and AVGeek.
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MENPA Jun 14
Introducing the Canadian Campus Well-being Survey (CCWS)
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Matt Kwan May 17
Here is the article from MacDailyNews about the program.
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Matt Kwan May 17
New publication of a co-curricular program developed with - an intervention using novel movement skill activities to help students maintain PA during the transition into 1st yr university
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Emily Bremer May 16
New article out today: Effectiveness of a PL intervention for 1st yr university students. Important work to help with the transition to postsecondary & changing behaviours through physical literacy
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McMaster Family Med May 6
Big day for the team! Excited to have our results published in the
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Nicole Proudfoot Apr 30
Unlike older kids, preschoolers with development coordination disorder are not less active than their peers. But they do get their physical activity in shorter bursts. Important new work by and
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McMaster Family Med Apr 30
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John Cairney Apr 25
Making the case for as a determinant of health. We are humbled by the uptake & interest in this paper. Physical Literacy, PA & Health: Toward an Evidence-Informed Conceptual Model | SpringerLink ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Joe Cressy Apr 18
People will die. This is not rhetoric, it is a fact.
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McMaster Family Med Apr 18
Have you heard of the CATCH study? It looks at the motor coordination and physical fitness abilities of children. For more info on this study led by and visit
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Prof C Vandelanotte Apr 11
New Pub: 'The commonly reported barrier of not having enough time to be active might be a fallacy.' Who would have guessed! 😆 Great work by !
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Dominika Kwasnicka Mar 8
Superstars of Ecological Momentary Assessment research in PA & Amanda Staiano - great session on contextual factors impacting affective responses to PA
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Matt Kwan Mar 8
Great presentation from — ‘time’ needs to be considered a meaningful dimension in explaining behavior and behavior change
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Matt Kwan Mar 7
Nice presentation by on the PATHS rct — making physical activity more routine in hospital worker’s lives.
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Drew Mitchell Feb 17
This is an important model showing how critical the development of PL is to long term health! We need to move beyond the physical and embrace the social, emotional and cognitive components....that is the secret sauce.
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John Cairney Feb 14
New evidence-informed model linking physical literacy to health excellent work by & the team!
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Drew Mitchell Jan 18
Great work on this important paper and for being great leaders in the development of
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Dean Dudley Jan 18
Great news to have this paper accepted w/ (Lead) @rheannabulten in Sports Medicine. Look out for "Physical Literacy, Physical Activity and Health: Toward an Evidence-Informed Conceptual Model" Two years in the making my friends!
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Dr. Sonia Anand Dec 18
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BMed Lab Nov 26
A must-read paper on theories of physical activity change! Four main approaches are examined and new applications of integrated theoretical approaches are highlighted:
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