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Announcements 

  • OARSI drafted a group’s vision statement, goals, objectives, and potential activities for their Discussion Group on Osteoarthritis Prevention Related to Sport, Exercise, and Physical Activity (OA Prevention SEPA). Please complete the brief survey below by clicking on the link to assess your support for the vision, goals, and objectives of this Discussion Group as well as activities you would like to be involved with. https://forms.gle/YkJmSt81B9DodQj78
  • The Centers of Disease and Prevention (CDC) is calling on authors to submit manuscripts on Preventing Chronic Disease (PCD). The paper will describe innovative and effective work to improve population health in diverse settings worldwide. Around the globe, the burden of chronic disease is a major contributor to poor health outcomes, reduction in quality of living, and an increase in health care costs.  Manuscripts submitted for this collection require prior approval of the abstract by the Editor in Chief.  Abstracts are due on or before November 30, 2019.  Authors who receive approval of their abstract should submit their final manuscript to PCD on or before September 30, 2020.  Learn more.
  • The OAAA is proudly partnering with The American College of Lifestyle Medicine  to offer 10% registration discount at lmconference.org. PROMOCODE: OAAA10. This CME accredited event features the foremost experts in Lifestyle Medicine – Sessions on addressing chronic disease with evidence-based therapies such as diet, exercise, sleep and stress. Oct 27-30 in Orlando, FL.
  • National Institute of Nursing Research.  NINR’s Partnerships Program 2020 Application Period Now Open. Application Deadline December 5, 2019
  • Check out the New Mental Health Infographic from Healthy People 2020Each month, an infographic is released with the latest data related to Healthy People 2020. Leading Health Indicator (LHI) topic. These infographics show progress toward Healthy People 2020 LHI targets — and show where there’s still work to be done.
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