CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR TERRY KAVANAGH AWARD & LECTURE RECIPIENT!
Dr. Jennifer Reed
Dr. Jennifer Reed, PhD, is a Scientist and Director of the Exercise Physiology and Cardiovascular Health Lab at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute. She is also an Associate Professor in the School of Epidemiology and Public Health in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa, Adjunct Professor in the School of Human Kinetics in the Faculty of Health Sciences, and a Registered Kinesiologist with the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario.
She has a passion for research focused on the role of exercise in preventing and managing cardiovascular disease, with a particular interest in women’s heart health. Her program focuses on the application of exercise in the prevention and management of atrial fibrillation; developing novel exercise training strategies for women with heart disease; and, re-examining practical approaches to monitoring and prescribing exercise training in clinical populations. She has been awarded more than $6 million in peer-reviewed research funding, published more than 95 peer-reviewed manuscripts, and given more than 70 invited presentations across the globe.
TERRY KAVANAGH AWARD & LECTURE
The CACPR Annual Spring Conference Planning Committee is inviting CACPR members to submit nominations for the Terry Kavanagh Award and Lecture to be presented at the 2023 Spring Conference Meeting, during June 8-9, in Orford (Quebec).
This annual lecture is one of the highlights of the conference and one of the most prestigious awards within CACPR. Selection of the Terry Kavanagh Lecturer is an important undertaking and will be based on nominations from CACPR members. The lecture is one-hour in duration (45 minutes of presentation and 15 minutes questions).
For your reference, past lecturers have included:
Criteria for selection
Selection of Awardee
About the Association
The Canadian Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (CACPR) is a national body comprised of interdisciplinary health professionals. Our focus is enhancing knowledge and clinical care, as well as enabling research for those who work in cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation.