[mcxtrace-users] Register your place at Exercise and Health

Exercise and Health Conference reply at openforumlearning.co.uk
Tue Aug 11 11:35:05 CEST 2015

Exercise and Health: Active Lifestyle, Better Life
Manchester Conference Centre, 8th October 2015

The Exercise and Health: Active Lifestyle, Better Life conference aim is to
look at the impact of exercise and physical activity on health and
longevity. Exercise contributes enormously to a healthy lifestyle and the
benefits to living longer and reducing the risk of developing serious
health conditions are well documented.

According to Sport England Active People survey 55.6% of adults in England
met the physical activity guidelines whilst 28.9% of adults were classified
as inactive. Younger people are more likely to be achieving the recommended
levels than older people which supports the theory that inactivity
increases with age.

However, despite the evidence, it is estimated that 50% of women and a
third of men in England are compromising their health and life expectancy
through a lack of physical activity, at a cost of 7.4bn per annum.
Worryingly only 25% of girls and 32% of boys are meeting the recommended
levels of exercise to maintain a healthy life.

View the overview at:

Delegates will hear from a wide range of expert speakers across various
sectors with those Confirmed including:

Phil Veasey, Public Health and Community Engagement Associate, C3
Collaborating for Health (confirmed)
Dr Aseem Malhotra, Honorary Consultant Cardiologist at Frimley Park
Hospital (confirmed)
Professor David French, Professor of Health Psychology, University of
Manchester (confirmed)
Dr Ruth Chambers OBE, GP and Clinical Telehealth Lead, NHS Stoke-on-Trent
Clinical Commissioning Group
Professor Pinki Sahota, Deputy Chairwoman, Association for the Study of
Obesity (confirmed)
Dr Gavin Sandercock, Director of MSc Cardiac Rehabilitation (AU), Director
of Centre for Sports and Exercise Science, University of Essex (confirmed)
Professor Linda Bauld, Cancer Prevention Champion, Cancer Research UK

View the programme at:

Don't miss out, you can secure your place today - Register at:

Some of the topics covered include:

Learn to understand the relationship between activity and health
Develop an understanding of how much and what kind of exercise can make a
difference to health and longevity
Learn how inactivity can increase the risk of developing long term
Hear how exercise can improve wellbeing and reduce and treat mental health
Enter into the debate into how exercise can combat the burgeoning levels of
obesity in the UK
What impact does activity have on child development and long term
Hear about the initiatives that are getting the nation moving to healthier
and happier lives
Benefit from questioning, discussing and debating
Take advantage of knowledge sharing and professional networking
Gain CPD credits

If you would like to know more about this event, please contact Jonathan
Smith on the number below, alternatively reply to this email and we will
come back to you as soon as possible.


Jonathan Smith

jonathan at openforumlearning.co.uk
Marketing Executive
Open Forum Events

0161 376 9007

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