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Walking towards a healthier heart

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Calgary Public Library - Central Library John Dutton Theatre

616 Macleod Trail Southeast

Calgary, AB T2G 2M2

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Join Dr. James Stone, MD, PhD, as he discusses the importance of walking. Learn about the exercise guidelines for Canada, walking and cardiovascular health and tips on how to avoid a sedentary life style.

Dr. Stone is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary and the Associate Director of Research at the TotalCardiology Cardiac Rehabilitation and Risk Reduction Program in Calgary. He is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention, and a member of the Editorial Board of the Canadian Journal of Cardiology. He is the Senior Medical Director of the Cardiovascular Health and Stroke Strategic Clinical Network, Alberta Health Services and Chairman of the Board of TotalCardiology, the largest community-based cardiology group in Canada.

Dr. Stone is a Past President of the Canadian Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation, a former Deputy Secretary General of the World Council on Cardiac Rehabilitation for the World Heart Federation, and a former Section President of Cardiology for the Alberta Medical Association. In addition, he is the immediate Past-President of the Governing Council of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta.

Libin 101 is an educational series on cardiovascular health promotion, disease prevention and the latest research in cardiovascular care. Libin 101 brings together doctors and researchers with members of the general public to spark discussion about the human heart and innovative research currently underway in Calgary.

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Calgary Public Library - Central Library John Dutton Theatre

616 Macleod Trail Southeast

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