WellSpring is a quarterly publication of the Alberta Centre for Active Living. Intended primarily for practitioners in health promotion and physical activity, WellSpring provides relevant and timely information on trends, issues, and best practices related to active living and physical activity.
WellSpring is available free of charge on our web site at http://www.centre4activeliving.ca. If you would like to receive an e-mail notification when WellSpring is published, please contact Betty Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What's in the latest issue of wellspring? Class Action: Child and Youth Health:
* Putting Students in the Driver's Seat, Kathy GermAnn, Community Action Team Leader, Regional Public Health, David Thompson Region
* Key Connections: Producing Healthy and Active Alberta Students Val Olekshy, Field Experience Associate, Faculty of Education, University of Alberta
* The Ever Active Schools Movement, Margaret Schwartz, Provincial Coordinator, Ever Active Schools
* The Obesity Epidemic among Children and Adolescents, Mary A. T. Flynn, Coordinator, Nutrition and Active Living, and Kerri Staden, Nutrition Specialist, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Healthy Communities, Calgary Regional Health Authority
* News about Canada's Physical Activity Guide for Children & Youth
* Physical Activity Fast Facts, Kerry McGannon, Research Coordinator, Alberta Centre for Active Living
* Physical Activity During Adolescence, Allan Fein, PhD candidate in Exercise Science, University of Toronto
Well-Being Goes Active: News about our recent name change
The Alberta Centre for Well-Being has changed its name to the Alberta Centre for Active Living. Visit our new and redesigned web site at http://www.centre4activeliving.ca for more information about this exciting change.
The Alberta Centre for Active Living is supported by Alberta Community Development and the Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks & Wildlife Foundation.