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Can Physical Activity and Exercise Prevent Drug Abuse? Promoting a Full Range of Science to Inform Prevention (Day 1)

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Air date: Thursday, June 5, 2008, 9:00:00 AM
Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local
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Category: Conferences
Runtime: 07:07:16
Description: The objectives of the meeting are (1) to share the state of the science — in epidemiology, basic science and neuroscience, and intervention research — focused on physical activity as a strategy to prevent substance abuse; (2) to facilitate development and testing of new trans-theoretical paradigms for prevention; and (3) to promote future research in these areas through unsolicited grant applications and responses to targeted solicitations. We are conceptualizing physical activity and exercise quite broadly, including activities such as healthy leisure, active play, outdoor adventure, team sports, martial arts, and restorative recreation.

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NLM Title: Can physical activity and exercise prevent drug abuse? : promoting a full range of science to inform prevention. [electronic resource]
Author: National Institute on Drug Abuse.
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Abstract: (CIT): The objectives of the meeting are (1) to share the state of the science -- in epidemiology, basic science and neuroscience, and intervention research -- focused on physical activity as a strategy to prevent substance abuse; (2) to facilitate development and testing of new trans-theoretical paradigms for prevention; and (3) to promote future research in these areas through unsolicited grant applications and responses to targeted solicitations. We are conceptualizing physical activity and exercise quite broadly, including activities such as healthy leisure, active play, outdoor adventure, team sports, martial arts, and restorative recreation. http://www.sei2003.com/NIDA/1014032/index.htm.
Subjects: Exercise
Motor Activity
Substance-Related Disorders--prevention & control
Substance-Related Disorders--rehabilitation
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NLM Classification: WM 270
NLM ID: 101478237
CIT Live ID: 6798
Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?14540