Active Living Research Conference 2019

February 17-20, 2019 | Charleston, SC, USA

The 2019 Active Living Research Annual Conference will bring together active living researchers and champions from over 30 disciplines to advance knowledge and action around active communities.

Examples of topics include

  • Active transportation
  • Aging in place
  • Building partnerships
  • Economic benefits
  • Health equity
  • Parks and recreation
  • Physical activity
  • Policy and environmental strategies
  • Public health
  • Research translation
  • Rural environments
  • School policies and environments
  • Tools and measures of active environments
  • Urban planning for healthy communities

Research and Practice/Policy Focus Areas

Our aim is to make the ALR conference the premier venue for policy-relevant research and cross sector exchange between scientists, practitioners and policy makers on how to create and sustain active living environments.

The conference agenda will have two focus areas: 1) research and 2) practice/policy. The goal of including these focus areas is to encourage a broad audience to attend the conference and provide opportunities for exchange on how to use evidence to increase physical activity in many settings. It is anticipated that the programme will be comprised of approximately 2/3 research-oriented and 1/3 practice/policy-oriented presentations, with overlap welcomed. Research and practice/policy presentations will be integrated and organised by topic area.

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Co-Chairs

Chair Emeritus
  • Jim Sallis, Active Living Research, USA

Program Committee
  • Arlie Adkins, USA
  • Olivia Affuso, USA
  • Gina Besenyi, USA
  • Charlene Burgeson, USA
  • Anna Joo Kim, USA
  • Kelly Kavanaugh, USA
  • Louise Mâsse, USA
  • Gavin McCormack, Canada
  • Noreen McDonald, USA
  • Jenny Mindell, UK
  • Lilian Perez, USA
  • Kevin Roth, USA
  • Bianca Shulaker, USA
Local Partners
  • Keith Benjamin, USA
  • Daniel Bornstein, USA
  • Morgan Hughey, USA
Supporting Publications

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  • ALR
  • Elsevier