2021 Virtual Spring Conference Video Content
Thank you for purchasing access to the 2021 Virtual Spring Conference, "Managing Physical Activity in the New Normal: Science to Practice." You now have full access to all six sessions - including lectures and discussion sessions - from the conference through December 31, 2021. All revenue generated from this programming will go to the NEACSM’s Endowment Fund, which supports professional development for members of the chapter.
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Session 1, "Impacts of the Pandemic on Physical Inactivity and Associated Challenges in Measuring Physical Activity"
Presentation 1: What is the Most Fundamental (and Misunderstood) Fact about Metabolism? Marc Hamilton, PhD, FACSM
Presentation 2: Changes in Exercise Behavior during COVID-19. Daniel Freidenreich, PhD
Presentation 3: Examining the Impact of COVID-19 on Domain-specific Physical Activity Levels. Pedro Saint-Maurice, PhD
Session 2, "Navigating Workplace and Medical Wellness in the New Normal, Methods and Recommendations"
Presentation 1: From Working at Home to Living at Work: Reimagining Employee Wellness in 2021. Amanda Zaleski, PhD
Presentation 2: Navigating Employee Well-being in the New "Workplace." Talya Williams, MS
Presentation 3: Medically Integrated Fitness: Pandemic Driven Pivots. Brad Roy, PhD, FACSM
Presentation 1: Riding the Whirlwind: Success in Graduate School around a Pandemic. Jaci VanHeest, PhD
Presentation 2: The Pandemic Paradigm: A New Perspective on Students' Role in Science and Practice. Melanna Cox, MS
Presentation 3: Don't Panic! Successfully Obtaining Your ACSM Certification during the Pandemic. Christie Ward-Ritacco, PhD, FACSM
Presentation 1: The Impact of COVID-19 on Physical Activity and Health among Undergraduate Students: Lessons from Quarantine and Beyond. Melissa Bopp, PhD, FACSM
Presentation 2: Using Video-Media, Live-Streaming Effectively to Make Physical Activity Accessible for All Levels. Renee Rogers, PhD, FACSM