Resources for Healthcare Professionals

These resources are designed to educate healthcare professionals about the value of movement for cancer patients and survivors, and support the integration of exercise into your practice in cancer care.

A message to Healthcare Professionals

As a healthcare professional, you are key to getting patients into our programs. Our team is available to meet with you and your group to provide program information and to outline our referral process.      

(Coming Soon) Here are some tools which you may find helpful:
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Looking for a specific tool or resource?  Is there a resource you would like to see listed here that would help support your patients to move more?  Send us an email.

 


Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology

Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology newly released Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines.

Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines

The Pediatric Oncology Exercise Manual (POEM)

The Pediatric Oncology Exercise Manual (POEM) consolidates evidence-based information and contains resources to inspire and promote an active lifestyle among children and adolescents affected by cancer.  Infographics also available on this site.

POEM Resources

The International Pediatric Oncology Exercise Guidelines (iPOEG)

The iPOEG is movement-based guidance to help children and adolescents affected by cancer move more. 

iPOEG Guidelines

Thrive Health Services

Cancer and exercise training for Health & Fitness Professionals.

Thrive Health Services


Yoga Thrive Youth Manual

Yoga Thrive for Youth: Practices to promote wellness during and after cancer treatment. The Health and Wellness Lab has published a yoga manual for child and adolescent cancer patients and survivors, as well as their families.

Yoga Thrive Youth Manual

Alberta Cancer Exercise Program (ACE)

ACE is a FREE, 12-week community-based exercise program designed specifically for individuals undergoing or recovering from cancer treatment, with circuit-style classes twice per week at various locations in Calgary and across Alberta.

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Exercise for Cancer to Enhance Living Well (EXCEL)

EXCEL is a 5-year Canada-wide project, offering FREE, 12-week exercise classes designed specifically for individuals undergoing or recovering from cancer treatment. In particular, EXCEL will target cancer survivors living in rural and remote regions across Canada.

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Pediatric cancer patients and survivors Engaging in Exercise for Recovery (PEER)

Pediatric cancer patients and survivors Engaging in Exercise for Recovery (PEER) is an exercise program for kids and teens affected by cancer designed to help kids exercise while having fun and socializing in a safe environment.

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