ASPA Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are a great way to connect with researchers and practitioners interested in specific areas of physical activity research and practice.
Each of our SIGs aim to:
- Provide a platform to discuss, disseminate evidence, and promote networking and collaboration on specific physical activity issues;
- Support the development of postgraduate students and emerging researchers/practitioners by facilitating Student/Early Career Researcher (ECR)/Early Career Practioner (ECP) networking and mentoring;
- Enhance communication and collaboration between academics and practitioners with related areas of interest;
- Support the dissemination and translation of research and evidence into practice and policy;
- Support the promotion and uptake of practice-driven evidence generation;
- To publicly advocate for positive societal impact via social media and position statements;
- Offer professional support through relevant webinars and workshops.
More information on ASPA Special Interests Groups to follow here, but If you have any questions or suggestions please contact Scott Duncan: email@example.com