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Sports Medicine Bulletin
April 28, 2009  
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Q&A: Joseph B. Wolffe Memorial Lecturer
Among the many internationally respected speakers delivering presentations at Seattle’s Annual Meeting is Dan Lieberman, a professor of biological anthropology at Harvard University. Lieberman will deliver the Joseph B. Wolffe Memorial Lecture. Get a sneak peek at highlights of the lecture in this exclusive Q&A feature. More



Join The Activity & Health Policy Network and Attend the Launch
ACSM continues to play a key role in advocating for policy and legislation that increases the importance of physical activity in the United States. One piece of this initiative is the ACSM-led Activity & Health Policy Network, a multi-organizational partnership devoted to advancing public policy on physical activity and reducing physical inactivity. Attend the Network launch at ACSM’s Annual Meeting to learn more about how to get involved Thursday, May 28, 3:15 p.m., Washington State Convention Center, room 607 or visit www.acsm.org/policynet.

Numerous other initiatives will be unveiled in Seattle, as ACSM takes the stage for its biggest announcements, ranging from a national fitness index launch to new strategic programs. Look for more information in future issues of SMB. More

ACSM Hosts The National Plan for Physical Activity Coordinating Committee
This week, Thursday and Friday, the coordinating committee for The National Plan for Physical Activity will meet at the ACSM National Center in Indianapolis to discuss progress and activation prior to the National Plan Conference 2009, to be held in Washington, D.C. at the Westin Washington, D.C. City Center on July 1-2, 2009. Registration for the conference is open until May 15, 2009. ACSM originally called for the development of a national plan to address physical activity in American health policy. To learn more about this call-to-action and The National Plan for Physical Activity, click here.



Top 5 Reasons for Students to Attend the 56th Annual Meeting
ACSM’s Annual Meeting is the premiere event for young researchers in sports medicine and exercise science. Annual Meeting and registration details

1. Networking. Thousands of internationally known experts will be available for social and learning opportunities. Don’t miss this opportunity to make a name for yourself among the top researchers and clinicians in the country!

2. Scientific advancements. With nearly 2,500 presented abstracts, the ACSM Annual Meeting is the place to learn the latest and greatest in the field.

3. Job opportunities. An on-site job board and online job center help put you on the right career track.

4. Student-focused events. No other conference caters to students more than ACSM’s Annual Meeting. Attend a colloquium, meet-the-expert session, and more.

5. Explore Seattle! Vibrant with culture, visiting Seattle is a fun, rewarding experience to share with fellow students and colleagues.



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Exercise is Medicine Month: Plan Your Event!
Are you among the many organizations and individuals planning an event for Exercise is Medicine™ Month? Tell us about it! Register your event at www.exerciseismedicine.org/eventsjoin.html. If you haven’t yet planned your activities, it’s easy: organize a walking group, convene a meeting with your local elected officials, or just tell your patients and clients to get active during the month of May. ACSM and EIM thank those who have already registered their events through the site.


Membership – I Belong. Do You?
For many ACSM members, their first introduction to ACSM was through a respected colleague or mentor. Share your stories with your colleagues about the value of ACSM membership. Visit the “I belong. Do You?” home page and start recruiting today!

Congratulations to Paul Luebbers, Ph.D., who receives a complimentary ACSM membership for recruiting the most new members during previous quarter. Also, Elizabeth Holbrook receives an ACSM prize package for being randomly selected from all members recruiting during the quarter. View the complete list of members who have recruited new members during the campaign.

ACSM Fellow Gearing Up for Cross-Country Cycle
Craig Broeder, Ph.D., FACSM, is moving ever closer to beginning his bike ride around the perimeter of the United States. Dr. Broeder will cycle 9,000 miles in under 100 days, in an effort to raise money to cure ovarian cancer through research convened by the ACSM Foundation and grant program. Toyota has donated an SUV for his ride companions, featuring the ACSM and Exercise is Medicine™ logos. Make a donation today! View Dr. Broeder’s ride schedule.

National Center Staff Anniversary
Congratulations to Valerie Bragg, who recently celebrated her 10th anniversary with ACSM!

ACSM extends heartfelt appreciation to Valerie for her contributions.


Valerie Bragg – Administration Coordinator


Top Accuracy, Low Cost Metabolic System
The AEI Technologies MAX-IIa is now available! Powerful, compact version of the research grade MAX-II Metabolic Cart System for exercise testing and measuring resting metabolic rate. ACSM Conference Booth 122. More


Sports Medicine and Exercise Science Headlines

The content expressed on external news websites does not express the opinion of the American College of Sports Medicine.

Exercise Prescription Coming Your Way?
from WebMD
The next time you see your doctor, he or she might do more than just tell you to get some exercise -- they could pick up their prescription pad and prescribe exercise. More

Marathoners Go the Distance on Heart Health
from HealthDay News
Long-distance runners are less likely than other people to develop metabolic syndrome, a group of health problems that include high blood pressure and high cholesterol and can lead to diabetes and cardiovascular disease. More

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