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Webinar: Small Town Stories: Walkability in Rural America

January 9, 2017 Update: Video recording linked below All over the country towns are creating better places to live through walk and bike friendly communities. As part of the National Physical Activity Society’s efforts to assist rural communities that are seeking to make such changes, we created the Stories from Small Towns project, now in its second year. On this webinar, we will hear from three of ... Read More »

Webinar Dec 19: Health Impact Assessment

Health Impact Assessment: When to Use It and What to Expect Updated: Slides and video recording from this presentation are linked below. Dec 19, 2016: 1:00 EST / 12:00 CT / 11:00 MT / 10:00 PT Health Impact Assessment (HIA) is a tool to help plan and design communities to meet existing needs and anticipate future benefits to public health. For ... Read More »

Policy Research for Physical Activity: Webinar

Advancing Physical Activity Policy Research in the U.S. through the Physical Activity Policy Research Network Plus (PAPRN+) Monday, October 17, 2016 1:00 Eastern Daylight Time with Keshia Pollack, PhD, MPH and Amanda Wilson, MSRS Register Download the certificate here. CDC created the Physical Activity Policy Research Network (PAPRN) in 2004 to study the effectiveness of policies related to increasing physical activity in communities ... Read More »

Naperville P.E. webinar

How Quality Physical Education, Recess and Active Classrooms Enhance Learning "There's not a study anywhere in the world that shows that more seat time improves academic performance." PZ This webinar is on a permanent page in our web site. Or you can browse through Coach Paul Zientarski's slides.   What happens when we apply neuroscience to physical education? Academic achievement! As a ... Read More »

Special Webinar with Mark Fenton September 7th

Making the Case for Active Infrastructure with Mark Fenton Webinar: September 7, 2016 2:00 EDT/ 1:00 CT / 12:00 MT / 11:00 PT Sponsored by Directors of Health Promotion & Education, the National Physical Activity Society, and the American Planning Association Description: Increasingly, communities are connecting economic well-being with quality of life and public health. Leaders recognize that businesses ... Read More »

We want to hear from you!

Free Webinar Move US More: NPAS Unveils Upcoming Activities, Free Membership, & More August 15, 2016 | 1:00 pm EDT Register here It's been quite awhile since we have held a webinar to update on activities of the National Physical Activity Society, and this time we have something truly exciting to offer: Free Membership! The board has decided to suspend ... Read More »

Vision Zero Webinar

Growing the Vision for Safe Mobility: Vision Zero Network Webinar with Leah Shahum Download and Print your Certificate here. Read More »

Slides from: Voices for Healthy Kids: Moving Physical Activity through Policy

Note: Audio difficulties have delayed our ability to post the live webinar. Stay tuned while we re-record. AHA VFHK NPAS Presentation - May 2016 Slides from the presentation May 13 by Tim Vaske and Isabelle Gerard of Voices for Healthy Kids. Read More »

Musings on Research to Practice

by Pam Eidson, MEd, PAPHS, NPAS Executive Director About a decade ago, I organized a symposium on getting health promotion research into practice. Many of the Prevention Research Centers were present, along with health promotion directors from state health departments. The primary conclusion I left with: Little about the academic work environment rewards researchers for getting their findings into public ... Read More »

Fenton webinar now available

The February NPAS webinar with Mark Fenton is now available online. By special arrangement with Mark, we are posting this webinar for public access. (Most of our webinars are archived as a benefit for paid members of NPAS.) Mark has some ideas, culled from extensive experience with communities, on how we should and shouldn't promote physical activity in our communities. The ... Read More »

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