Learn about best practices in sport from researchers from across the country. Hear their latest discoveries and gather cutting-edge insights that will enhance sport. Let the evidence guide you in improving your programs.
These interactive sessions are a great chance to make new connections in the field and expand your network.
How is it going to work?
This year’s poster session will be on Zoom meeting. Held during session 3 of SCRI from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., on Friday, October 30th, 2020.
In Zoom break-out rooms, you will hear from savvy researchers on the latest knowledge they have uncovered. Be able to participate in two exciting themed rooms to discover best practices in that area. In each room you will have 30 minutes to learn and engage with presenters, followed by an open Q&A.
Turn your video on during this interactive session to meet new people in the field and create connections!
What are the topics?
Upon registration, attendees are welcome to select and attend two of the following sessions:
Room 1 – Athletes with disabilities & parasport
|Joseph Baker, York University||The Canadian Paralympian Project: Factors affecting long-term development in para sport|
|Krista Chandler, University of Windsor||An online psychological skills training program for athletes with a disability: Perceptions of module functionality, engagement and overall experience|
|Nima Dehghansai, York University||A Comprehensive Analysis of Factors Affecting the Development of Expertise in Para Sport Athletes|
|Krystn Orr, Toronto University||Experiencing the social environment of a canoe-kayak club: A case study of a Special Olympics program|
|Enrico Quilico, University of Toronto||Scoping Review of the Characteristics, Outcomes, and Sex/Gender Considerations of Community-Based Physical Activity Interventions for Individuals with Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury|
Room 2 – Youth in sport
|Caroline Barakat-Haddad, University of Ontario Institute of Technology||TBD|
|Curtis Fogel, Brock University & Daniel Sailofsky, McGill University||Spectator Violence in Youth Hockey in Canada|
|Nicola Hodges, University British Columbia||Learning from elite and recreational soccer girls about sport longevity and “success” through the quantification of practice and play amounts: Methods and some preliminary data|
|Nicole Luymes (nee Reinders), Wilfrid Laurier University||Evaluating the Needs of Families Raising Children With and Without Disabilities: Focus on Physical Activity|
Room 3 – Diversity & inclusion
|Simon Barrick, Cape Breton University||Immigration, integration, and winter sport participation: Exploring the intersections for newcomers to Canada|
|Sophie Briere, Université Laval||Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Practices in Sports Organizations|
|Michael Godfrey, University of Windsor||Cultural diversity in interdependent sport teams|
|Thierry Middleton, Laurentian University||The Role of Sport in Forced Immigrant Youths’ Acculturative Journeys|
|Thierry Middleton, Laurentian University (on behalf of Robert Schinke, Laurentian University)||The Acculturation of Youth Refugees through Community Sport Programming: Year Three|
Room 4 – Governance & community sport
|Katherine Misener, University of Waterloo||TBD|
|Kristen Morrison, University of Waterloo||Developing a typology of strategic approaches to membership growth in community sport|
|Milena Parent, University of Ottawa||Addressing Governance, Branding, and Social Media Issues with Canadian NSOs|
|Dawn Trussell, Brock University & Shannon Kerwin, Brock University||Deconstructing sport governance: Do current models reflect inclusive practice?|
Room 5 – Pro-social & life skills development
|Kristi Allain, St. Thomas University||Winter of Our Contentment: Examining Risk, Pleasure, and Emplacement in Later-Life Physical Activity|
|Colin Deal, University of Alberta||TBD|
|Claire Tugault-Lafleur, University of British Colombia (on behalf of Patti-Jean Naylor, University of Victoria)||Predicting fundamental movement skill and physical activity delivery in early years childcare over time: a multi-level analysis.|
|Nicholas Wattie, University of Ontario Institute of Technology||The long and winding road: Macro developmental histories of Canadian Sport Officials.|
Room 6 – Intrapersonal factors
|Zarina Giannone, University of British Columbia||Athletes in Transition: A Novel Intervention Targeting Elite Athletes’ Identity Development|
|Kent Kowalski, University of Saskatchewan||Men Athletes, Masculinity, and Self-compassion: What We Know So Far So Far|
|Zoe Poucher, University of Toronto||Mental health in Canadian elite athletes|
|Katherine Tamminen, University of Toronto||Athletes’ self-regulation and interpersonal emotion regulation in performance settings|
Information for Poster Presenters
Poster guidelines found here.
*This year’s poster session is limited to SPRI-funded projects. If you would like to present a poster, please confirm your intent with Kamie Brookes, email@example.com , by September 7th, 2020. No submissions will be accepted after this date.