April 15, 2020

The time for pandemic uprising is here – let gravity be your friend!

Today’s blog post comes from Dr.Ragnar Viir, MD, PhD. More on Ragnar can be found at the bottom of this post. Let us bring space life […]
April 12, 2020

How are Canadians coping with the COVID-19 situation?

Today’s post comes from Dr. Scott Rollo, a postdoctoral fellow at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) Research Institute. More on Scott can be found […]
January 30, 2019

SBRN Newsletter – January 30, 2019

In this issue… Do you have a colleague who is interested in sedentary behaviour? JSGS Population Health Policy Lab is funding cutting edge active living research. […]
January 17, 2019

SBRN membership survey results

In October of 2018, the Sedentary Behaviour Research Network disseminated a survey to determine member satisfaction, receive feedback on how to improve the SBRN website and […]
December 12, 2017

Are toddlers meeting the New Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years?

Today’s post comes from Dr Eun-Young Lee. More on Dr Lee can be found at the bottom of this post.  New Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the […]
November 27, 2017

10 years of measuring sedentary behaviour and physical activity in Canada

Today’s article comes from Dr Rachel Colley, a researcher in Health Analysis Division, Statistics Canada. This article was originally published on the Statcan Blog as “Ten years of […]
October 3, 2017

October Issue of WellSpring Features SBRN Terminology Consensus Project

The October issue of the Alberta Centre for Active Living’s WellSpring publication features an article on the SBRN Terminology Consensus Project titled, “New sedentary behaviour definitions: […]
August 28, 2017

SBRN Terminology Consensus Project Well-Received According to Altmetric Analysis

Altmetrics are “metrics and qualitative data that are complementary to traditional, citation-based metrics. They can include (but are not limited to) peer reviews on Faculty of […]
June 10, 2017

CHEO-Led Project Secures Worldwide Consensus on the Terminology that Supports Research into Sedentary Behaviour

OTTAWA, ON – June 10, 2017 – A worldwide network of scientists examining the links between sedentary lifestyles and health problems such as obesity and cardiovascular […]