Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada, Vol 42, No 4, April 2022

Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada Journal

Special issue:
Timing of 24-hour movement behaviours: implications for research, policy and practice

Guest editor: Sarah A. Moore

Inside this issue


Reimagining healthy movement in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic
Sarah A. Moore, Leigh M. Vanderloo, Catherine S. Birken, Laurene A. Rehman

Evidence synthesis

Timing of physical activity within the 24-hour day and its influence on health: a systematic review
Ian Janssen, Julie E. Campbell, Samah Zahran, Travis J. Saunders, Jennifer R. Tomasone, Jean-Philippe Chaput

Timing of sedentary behaviour and access to sedentary activities in the bedroom and their association with sleep quality and duration in children and youth: a systematic review
Travis J. Saunders, Travis McIsaac, Jenny Campbell, Kevin Douillette, Ian Janssen, Jennifer R. Tomasone, Amanda Ross-White, Stephanie A. Prince, Jean-Philippe Chaput

Sleep timing and health indicators in children and adolescents: a systematic review
Caroline Dutil, Irina Podinic, Christin M. Sadler, Bruno G. da Costa, Ian Janssen, Amanda Ross-White, Travis J. Saunders, Jennifer R. Tomasone, Jean-Philippe Chaput


Timing of 24-hour movement behaviours: implications for practice, policy and research
Jennifer R. Tomasone, Ian Janssen, Travis J. Saunders, Mary Duggan, Rebecca Jones, Melissa C. Brouwers, Guy Faulkner, Stephanie M. Flood, Kirstin N. Lane, Amy E. Latimer-Cheung, Jean-Philippe Chaput


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