Registration for 2014 Annual Meeting is now open!
Register early for the 2014 Annual Meeting at a reduced rate! Click here to begin the registration process.
ISBNPA Pre-conference Symposium in Houston, Texas
Games for Increasing Physical Activity: Mechanisms for Change
Houston, TX - May 19-20, 2014
Click here for the agenda for the pre-conference.
Hot Issues: Socioeconomic inequalities and “bad behaviours”
by Professor Kylie Ball
National Health & Medical Research Council Principal Research Fellow, Centre for Physical Activity, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia
Convenor, ISBNPA SIG for Socioeconomic inequalities in diet, physical activity and obesity
Health inequalities by socioeconomic position have been documented consistently across populations, socioeconomic indicators, health outcomes and over time. Robust evidence also attests to the existence of widespread socioeconomic inequalities in health behaviours, including eating, physical activity and sedentary behaviours. See more ...
In this column editors and members of the editorial board of IJBNPA will be featured. Currently the column includes interviews with Bob Jefferey and Bente Wold, who have recently stepped down as editors of the journal. They both have served as editor of the journal for years and with this interview we want to thank them for all the work they have done. See more ...
ISBNPA has established its first special interest group (SIG)! The SIG is focused on socioeconomic inequalities in nutrition, physical activity and sedentary behaviours.
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5th International Conference on Physical Activity and Public Health (ICPAPH)
April 8-11, 2014
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Research Group Physical Activity,
The impact factor of the IJBNPA is now 3.58!
Check out the latest articles in the IJBNPA!
- Cross-Sectional Analysis of Levels and Patterns of Objectively Measured Sedentary Time in Adolescent Females by Harrington DM, Dowd KP, Bourke AK and Donnelly AE
- Age, puberty, body dissatisfaction, and physical activity decline in adolescents. Results of the German Health Interview and Examination Survey (KiGGS) by Finne E, Bucksch J, Lampert T and Kolip P
- Dietary weight loss and exercise interventions effects on quality of life in overweight/obese postmenopausal women: a randomized controlled trial by Imayama I, Alfano CM, Kong A, Foster-Schubert KE, Bain CE, Xiao L, Duggan C, Wang CY et al.
Check out more articles on www.ijbnpa.org.
ISBNPA was formed in 2000 to address the professional interests of researchers from multiple disciplines engaged in investigating behavioral issues in nutrition and physical activity.
Our members include leaders in behavioral nutrition and physical activity research from major universities, medical schools and industry, whose research efforts include increasing our understanding of the determinants of healthy eating and physical activity behaviors and the development of successful intervention programs.