Increasingly the academic community are finding alternative ways to communicate research. We are grateful to Professor Nanette Mutrie MBE, Chair in Physical Activity for Health at University of Edinburgh for sharing her opinion on the best paper (well actually presentation) of 2015 and a brilliant learning opportunity!

Title: Physical activity and cancer survivorship

Weblink: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOW5fQVLDTo

Presented by: Professor Kerry Courneya on national cancer survivors’ day 2014

This is certainly my favourite research presentation of the last year! Not in the form of a peer reviewed paper but in the form of a 26 minute YouTube clip.

In this presentation, Professor Kerry Courneya, of the University of Alberta [check here for his CV] overviews and provides evidenced based answers to all the compelling questions that we may all have on the role of physical activity in cancer survivorship. These questions include the role of physical activity in both primary and secondary prevention of cancer. All beautifully presented and referenced.

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