June 5, 2021
Access is open
XChange 2021 web platform

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All About ISBNPA XChange 2021: June 8-10
The Conference Platform is open!

  • We sent the access credentials to all attendees in early June. Contact us if you don’t find the email.
  • Over 130 on-demand recordings are already available. Interact with the authors by posting your questions in the Q&A.
  • Search for an author or browse by Special Interest Group (SIG) and prepare your individualized schedule (See video HERE /Navigating the program).

  • Contact other attendees and make use of the networking rooms to meet with them. They are open 24/7 starting now and can hold up to 25 participants.
  • During the conference breaks, some of these rooms will have members of the ISBNPA Executive Committee, SIG leaders, NESI (students and ECR), and CBN (capacity building network). We scheduled 20-25 minute breaks so that you can network by joining these rooms.
  • More than 10 rooms will be available for ad-hoc meetings. Just plan with your colleagues: 10AM Meeting room #3, and show up there (See video Here / Networking with colleagues).

  • The numbers are in. 694 participants, from 41 countries, and almost 500 presentations.

  • The conference platform will be open for an additional 6 months.
  • No more “I wanted to see session A and B, but they happen at the same time” situations. Just watch the recording after and post your questions to authors later - schedule meetings. This is an “always-on” conference (well, for 6 months…).
  • Make sure you use this resource to its max.

What is a conference without a social program? (Send us your answers via the ISBNPA App)

  • The ISBNPA App is a community app; posts are only visible to ISBNPA members.
  • Job positions
  • Funding opportunities
  • Early access to information (for example, the XChange 2021 abstract book is already available there)
  • And the “Lighter Side” of ISBNPA
  • Challenges “dancing in the street.”
  • Dancing Monkeys

If you are not a 2021 ISBNPA member, you can renew/join us by clicking HERE.

Student & ECR spotlights
Jiani Ma is a PhD candidate exploring what influences the success of interventions to improve young people’s motor competence.

Meet Chelsea Singleton, a nutritional epidemiologist researching the structural barriers to healthy eating in underserved communities.

Dr. Christopher Holmberg is interested in researching lifestyle habits among patients with psychotic disorders.

Several ECRs will soon have the opportunity to present their results at the #ISBNPAXChange2021! Some interesting topics presented by PhD students are:

  • The effect of standing desks in secondary schools on sedentary behavior and cognitive performance (Veerle Van Oeckel);
  • Family socio-ecological correlates of lifestyle patterns in early childhood (Alexandra Descarpentrie).

Check out the program for the rest!

NESI blog
Read our new blog on time management!

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