Vol 5 No 4
April, 2001
ISSN 1097-9743

The ASEPNewsletter is devoted to informative articles and news itmes about exercise physiology. It is a monthly magazine of news, opinions, exercise physiology professionals, and events that shape exercise physiology. While it contains views and opinions of the Editor who oversees the ASEP Internet Websites, visitors can have a voice as well. We welcome interested practitioners, researchers, and academicians to e-mail the Publisher their thoughts and ideas or respond directly online via the ASEP Public Forum.

May, 2001
From the Editor

Request for a new editor of the ASEPNewsletter

Since the ASEPNewsletter was founded, there have been 42 monthly publications (counting this one).  Only one month was missed since October 1997. Frankly, I have done my best to motivate and educate the reader.  The following list respresents my effort in this regards:

  • The Power of Change
  • Visionary Thinking
  • The Power Behind A Vision
  • Are Exercise Physiologists Ready?
  • ASEPGoals and Objectives
  • We dare you
  • In the end
  • Membership categories...
  • Why ASEP?
  • Have you heard?
  • Commitment and dedication
  • You have the power!
  • The 1,2,3,4...
  • No one plans to fail, they just fail to plan
  • Drive to win
  • What about failures?
  • How can you make it happen?
  • Licensure: Questions exercise physiologists should ask themselves
  • Learning how to think vs. what to think
  • The teacer's accountability for classroom content: An interdepenence ethics perspective 
  • Visionarythinking
  • Exercise physiology professionalism: myth or reality 
  • Creating an image
  • As a visionary organization...... What is it about ASEP that is important to know? 
  • What is in a title?
  • How do we define ourselves: One step at a time
  • Going online
  • Service
  • Be the voice of the profession 
  • Exercise physiology careers 
  • UPDATE: The Society is on center 
  • Reflections and goals 
  • The conversion from sports medicine to exercise physiology 
  • Being prepared 
  • Meet the future
  • Technology transforming exercise physiology 
  • 2 + 2 doesn't add up anymore -- we need sound professional advice!
  • Certification: The Key to Moving Up
  • Motivation and Professional Success
  • It's O.K. to be anASEP member with membership in other ..... 
  • A path without direction will lead you nowhere 
  • With an eye on the future!
  • Just thinking...
  • ASEP, professionalism, and standards
  • Professionalization: A step at a time 
  • The promise of the ASEP organization
  • Changing your future
  • The road to fitness
  • Just thinking: Trusting relationships 
  • Respecting the dignity of others
  • ASEP needs YOU!
  • Exercise physiology: The history
  • Taking control of your profession
  • There really isn't a choice
  • Contemporary professional exercise physiology
  • Thank you Matt
  • What's in a name?
  • The nature of hope
  • A matter of importance
  • Overcoming resistance to your ASEP views
  • Overcoming the fear in starting a state association
  • Computers and cyberspace: Separating facts from non-facts
  • ASEP Certification Sites and Dates
    Coming EventsOn Saturday, May 5, 2001 - the College of St. Scholastica, Department of Exercise Physiology in Duluth, MN will be an official site for the Exercise Physiologist Certified (EPC) exam.   Part I of the exam will start at 8:00 am, and Part II of the exam will start at 1:00 pm.  Please consult the EPC site for additional information.  For an application, click here.  The Board will hold a review of all complete files by April 1, 2001 for the May 5th EPC exam at the College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, MN and August 31st for the September 27nd EPC exam at the University of Memphis, Memphis, TN.  Candidates will be notified in writing of the Boards' determination.

    Guidelines for the Accreditation of Undergraduate Programs in Exercise Physiology

    Guidelines for the Accreditation of Undergraduate Programs in Exercise Physiology

    The ASEP Board of Directors is happy to annouce an "Agreement" between the American Society of Exercise Physiologists and Michaela Conley, President and founder of HPCAREER.NET, IIc.  This Agreement outlines the terms under which HPCAREER.NET will share revenues generated through jointly advertised career opportunities.  On-site conference services provided by HPCAREER. NET and collaborative marketing and promotional activities will incur no additional cost.  As of March 1, 2001 all ASEP advertisements will be handled by HPCAREER.NET, IIc.  The ASEP advertisement web page will be updated to reflect the change in policy, and to establish direct contact with HPCAREER.NET. Take a look at the FLIER.

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