The Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute brings you these links to important resources offered by other leading Canadian organizations as well as highly respected members of the international research community.
The Sport Information Resource Centre (SIRC) is a world leader in identifying, organizing and distributing sport and fitness information. It offers a range of products and services specifically designed to meet the research needs of coaches, athletes, students, teachers and medical practitioners. From bibliographic references to full-text document delivery, SIRC offers the complete sport information solution.
The Leisure Information Network's (LIN) goal is to provide a focus and infrastructure for the collection, dissemination and exchange of information amongst leisure services professionals. LIN uses various technologies to promote and facilitate the availability and use of timely, relevant and accurate information to its members.
The National Library of Medicine is the world's largest medical library and creator of MEDLINE, which is a database of references to more than 11 million articles published in 4300 biomedical journals
The Physical Activity and Health Network (PAHNet) is a repository for research communication, online journals, interaction on cutting edge research topics, and the advancement of professional training in activity, exercise science and exercise epidemiology.
The Economic Impact of Physical Activity in Ontario, prepared for the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Culture, and Recreation and the Ministry of Health
Community Mobilization Workbook for the Physical Activity Intervention PolicyFramework, prepared for the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Culture, and Recreation and the Ministry of Health
Health Workbook for the Physical Activity Intervention Policy Framework, by the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Culture, and Recreation and the Ministry of Health
Messaging Workbook for the Physical Activity Intervention Policy Framework, prepared for the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Culture, and Recreation and the Ministry of Health
Impact and Benefits of Physical Activity and Recreation on Canadian Youth-at-risk, by the Canadian Parks/Recreation Association
Physical activity and health: A report of the Surgeon General, by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Healthy People 2010, by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Framework for Program Evaluation in Public Health, by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Ahwahnee Principles: Toward more livable communities, by the California-based Local Government Commission's Center for Livable Communities
Disclaimer The Institute strives to provide links to web sites and resources with accurate, credible information. It is not responsible however for what appears on these sites and cannot guarantee the quality of the information they contain. The list is not intended to be exhaustive.