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Welcome to OSPAPPH’s first annual conference:

Research to Action on Risky Play and Sedentary Behaviour

This conference promises to be a pivotal professional development opportunity for both public health staff working on physical activity promotion, and others from relevant health, recreation and community organizations. In addition, it is:

  • targeted and relevant to the work we are doing at a local level in public health physical activity promotion and injury prevention

  • well aligned with the new draft Standards for Public Health Programs and Services

  • a unique opportunity to learn about other health units’ physical activity initiatives, programs and resources

  • a platform for networking with others working in physical activity promotion within public health and from other relevant health, recreation and community organizations

Click on the link to see our Program at-a-glance


Speakers

Hear from experts in the fields of Sedentary Behaviour and Risky Play present during a panel presentation in the morning, an afternoon keynote, and in two breakout sessions.

The keynote and risky play presentations and panel discussion will provide opportunities to explore relevant and emerging research, policy development and application of knowledge into practice. All speakers will also be providing a breakout session to further explore how these topics apply to public health practice and discuss practical ways to move forward at the local level.

Dr. Allana LeBlanc - focusing on emerging sedentary behaviour research, the 24-hour movement guidelines and alignment with the new Standards for Public Health.

Dr. John Cairney – focusing on the themes of physical activity, resiliency and mental health and alignment with the ew Standards for Public Health.

Brandy Tanenbaum – focusing on injury research and bridging the gap between injury prevention and physical activity promotion.

Dr. Casey Gray – focusing on next steps from the Position Statement on Active Outdoor Play and the role each sector has to play in ensuring kids have the opportunity to develop physical literacy through ‘risky’ play.


Physical Literacy 301 - Pre-conference Workshop

Integrating Physical Literacy Into Your Programming

June 5th, 2016 1:00-4:30pm, facilitated by Sarah Gallsworthy

In this interactive session participants will learn how to incorporate physical literacy into their practice and programs through effective methods and delivery of enriched activities into a variety of settings. The activities can be easily implemented by a coach, physical educator, generalist teacher, recreation leader or parent. Physical literacy will be discussed as a means to enhance movement, increase active participation, as well as to reduce risk of injury.

Sarah Gallsworthy has been involved with sport and recreation for more than 20 years. Before moving to Toronto 8 years ago, she worked in recreation for the City of Victoria in her home province of beautiful British Columbia. Sarah also has experience with multi-sport games, sport development, education and youth leadership training. She is a master trainer with High Five and a Physical Literacy trainer with Sport for Life.

This workshop is being presented by the Sport for Life Society in partnership with the Ontario Society of Physical Activity Promoters in Public Health and has been supported by a grant provided by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.


Registration Notes

  • There is a pre-conference workshop on June 5th, 1-4:30pm – Physical Literacy 301: Integrating Physical Literacy into your Programming, offered by Sport for Life. Additional $25/participant, 30 participant maximum. (see above for more details)

  • Travel Subsidies will be offered to OSPAPPH Members travelling over 100km one way, on a first come first serve basis by Health Unit (see details below)

  • OSPAPPH has reserved a block of rooms at the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Toronto Mississauga (located at: 35 Courtneypark Dr W, Mississauga, ON L5W 0E3). Call to book your accommodations - (905) 564-2030. Use the code "OSPAPPH" to access the conference rate ($155.00 + taxes per room per night) or access the group rate online: https://tinyurl.com/kjzfxat

  • Evening social – Connect with colleagues and friends at Turtle Jack’s (across the street from the Fairfield Inn and Suites) for an evening social on June 5th, 7-9pm.

  • OSPAPPH AGM – For OSPAPPH members this will be our first in person AGM! Please identify your intention to join us June 6th, 8:00am – breakfast will be available!

Refund Policy:
Refunds will be issued on request no later than Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017. Contact OSPAPPH directly by email at info@ospapph.ca. No refunds will be made after this date.


Hotel & Conference Rate

OSPAPPH has reserved a block of rooms at the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Toronto Mississauga (located at: 35 Courtneypark Dr W, Mississauga, ON L5W 0E3).

Call to book your accommodations - (905) 564-2030). Use the code "OSPAPPH" to access the conference rate ($155.00 + taxes per room per night) or access the group rate online: https://tinyurl.com/kjzfxat


Travel Subsidies

With generous support from PARC, OSPPAPH is pleased to be able to offer travel subsidies to OSPAPPH members. Requests for travel subsidies will be assessed on a first come, first serve basis until May 23rd, 2017. Based on demand, we reserve the right to limit the number of travel subsidies per health unit in order to accommodate a larger number of our member health units.

Your travel subsidy will be based on one-way distance traveled from the conference:

  • 101 - 200kms = $100

  • 201 - 400kms = $200

  • Over 400kms = $400

Please be sure to fill out all requested information. If you are successful in receiving a travel subsidy, you will be advised in advance of the conference and your health unit will be sent a lump sum cheque following the conference (amount may vary based on demand and distance traveled).

To qualify for a travel subsidy, you must meet the following minimum criteria:

  • Be a member in good standing of OSPAPPH for the 2016-2017 membership year

  • Be travelling a minimum distance of over 100kms one way* to the event destination *travel distance is calculated based on your health unit office address

  • Be registered and attend the OSPAPPH 2017 Conference

***Once your registration is complete, fill out the online Travel Subsidy Form by May 23rd, 2017*** http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/darrell-G/conference-travel-subsidy-request/


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