NCOIS presenting @ ISBNPA Conference 18-21 May

NCOIS researchers are presenting at the International Society of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity annual conference held from Wednesday 18th – Saturday 21st May, 2022.

The aim of this conference is to “stimulate, promote and advocate innovative research and policy in the area of behavioural nutrition and physical activity toward the betterment of human health worldwide.”

Check out these sessions to hear more about our researchers work in school based implementation research:

Alison Brown

From pilot trial to state-wide scale-up: The development of an m-health lunchbox intervention, SWAP IT.
Session O.2V.03 – Latest evidence in implementation and scalability: 

Friday, May 20, 2022: 12:05 – 13:20pm MST (Saturday, May 21st, 5:05am – 6:20am AEST), Virtual session #1


Nina Imad
Poster Presentation OD2-03 –  A cross-sectional study describing factors related to the sustainment of physical activity and nutrition interventions in childcare services.
Friday 20th May, 10:50am – 12:05pm (3:50am – 5:05am AEST)


Cat Lane
Which implementation strategies are essential for supporting schools’ compliance with a physical activity policy? A mixed methods process evaluation.

The optimisation of PACE: improving schools’ implementation of a physical activity policy at scale.
Session O.3.21- Implementation and dissemination science in school-based settings: Saturday, May 21, 2022: 8:30 – 9:45am (Sunday, May 22nd, 1:30am- 2:45am AEST) Room 154.


Nicole Nathan

Multi-strategy intervention increases school implementation of a mandatory physical activity policy but does it sustain it? Outcomes of a cluster randomised controlled trial.

Session S.1.05 – Sustaining the implementation of nutrition and physical activity interventions in early care and school settings: Thursday, May 19, 2022: 8:25 – 9:40am (Friday, 20th May, 1:25am – 2:40am AEST), Room 151.


Adam Shoesmith

What factors influence the sustainment of nutrition and physical activity interventions in schools and childcare services? Findings from a systematic review.
Session S.1.05 – Sustaining the implementation of nutrition and physical activity interventions in early care and school settings:
Thursday, May 19, 2022: 8:25 – 9:40am, (Friday, 20th May, 1:25am – 2:40am AEST) Room 151

What factors are associated with the sustainment of weekly physical activity implementation in Australian elementary schools?
Session Supl.Virtual 02 – Novel approaches to behavioral nutrition and physical activity science: Thursday, May 19, 2022: 18:00 – 19:30pm (Friday, 20th May 11am – 12:30pm AEST).


Rachel Sutherland

Two-year outcomes of scaling-up a secondary school-based program: Physical Activity 4 Everyone (PA4E1).
Session Supl.Virtual 01 – Other:
Virtual Session #1 Thursday, May 19, 2022: 12:05 – 13:20pm, (Friday, May 20th, 5:05am – 6:20am AEST)