International Pediatric Journal Club

This journal club is held to provide pediatric focused scientists an opportunity to meet monthly and to discuss recent publications across disciplines using video conferencing technology. Please email Christine Tallon if you have any questions or are interested in participating.

Upcoming Meetings

June 25, 2020: Andrea Kzapcic, Lakehead University, Canada

Cerebral blood flow increases across early childhood.

Effect of age and vascular anatomy on blood flow in major cerebral vessels.

July 30, 2020: Max Weston, University of Exeter, England

Manuscript to be determined.

August 27, 2020: Curtis Wadey & Nurul Amir, University of Exeter & University of Bristol, England

Manuscript to be determined.

September 24, 2020: Dr. Andrew Agbaje, University of Eastern Finland, Finland

Manuscript to be determined.

October 29, 2020: To be determined.

Manuscript to be determined.

November 26, 2020: To be determined.

Manuscript to be determined.

 


Previous Meetings

May 28, 2020: Christine Tallon, Matt Rieger, & Alyssa Koziol, University of British Columbia, Canada

Physical activity and trajectories of cardiovascular health indicators during early childhood.

April 30, 2020: Dean Perkins and Jack Talbot, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Wales

The influence of fitness on exercise blood pressure and its association with cardiac structure in adolescence.

March 28, 2020: Multiple Abstract Presentations

Dean Perkins, Jack Talbot, Matt Rieger, and Max Weston present data from previous conference submissions cancelled due to COVID-19.

February 28, 2020: Dr. Owen Tomlinson, Exeter University, England

Exercise capacity following a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy in a young female with cystic fibrosis: a case report.

November 28, 2019: Dean Perkins and Jack Talbot, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Wales

Effect of high intensity interval training on cardiac function in children with obesity: A randomised controlled trial.

October 31, 2019: Max Weston, University of Exeter, England

Anterior cerebral blood velocity and end-tidal CO2 responses to exercise differ in children and adults.

September 26, 2019: Christine Tallon & Matt Rieger, University British Columbia Okanagan, Canada

Peak oxygen uptake cut-points to identify children at increased cardio metabolic risk – The PANIC Study.