ASEPNewsletter
Vol 3 No 8
August 1999
ISSN 1097-9743 
The
ASEPNewsletter is devoted to informative articles and news items 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 to respond directly via the ASEP Public Forum.
Copyright ©1999 American Society of Exercise Physiologists. All Rights Reserved. 
September 1999
[image]Editorial Policy/Call for Papers
ASEPNewsletterContents
ASEP Public Forum
2nd Annual Meeting
Search Engines
JEPonline"2" new  research articles
Accreditation
Members!
President's Report by Robert Robergs
PEPonline
Accreditation by Tommy Boone
ASEP Public Forum "Sitting Around"
ASEP Student Chapters
 

ASEP Advertisements
Director of Wellness Center
new.gif (284 bytes)Guthrie Healthcare System
SCIENTIST: URINARY INCONTINENCE



Dr. Glenn S. Fleisig, a biomechanist, consultant, and a committee member to a national baseball safety committee, is looking for new members, in particular an exercise physiologist with knowledge and interest to nominate.  If you have interest or questions, please contact Dr. Fleisig at (205) 918-2139; FAX (205) 918-0800; or email him.  He can also be contacted at the following address: American Sports Medicine Institute, 1313 13th Street South, Birmingham, Alabama 35205.
 
 

The Indiana Association of Exercise PhysiologistsBoard of Directors voted to affilitate with ASEP.  The ASEP National Office has received the"Memorandum of Understanding" (otherwise known as the "Agreement") from the President of the IAEP.  Officially speaking, IAEP is first state association to affiliate with the American Society of Exercise Physiologists.

ASEP is grateful to one of its own: Steve Jungbauer, MA, MBA for his work on behalf of this Agreement.  Thank you Steve.  Job well done!  IAEP made history this summer!



 

President's Report (To read the complete report, click on July Report, 1999.)

      • 1999 Annual Meeting: research abstracts
      • JEPonline looks great for October!
      • Teleconference between ASEP and ACSM
      • Letter sent to ACSM
      • Intiatives with other organizations
Student Chapters
Interested in starting a Student Chapter at your institution, then contact Dr. Robert Robergs at 505-277-1196 or the ASEP National Office (218-723-6297).  The Student Chapter ByLaws and Constitution are on the Internet.
Journal of Exercise Physiologyonline
Be sure to click on the July issue of JEPonline. ASEP's exercise physiology journal! There are two research articles for your enjoyment.



ASEP's electronic journals exist for exercise physiologists.  Each article can be printed either in HTML or PDF format, and can used in your work or as part of your classroom assignments.  As an author of an article inASEPNewsletter, JEPonline, or PEPonline, you can list the work in your Resume' and other important documents.  There are no page charges to publish in the three ASEP documents.  ASEP meets the costs of publishing your work. What about copyright? Both e-journals and the newsletter are listed with the Library of Congress via their own ISSN numbers (International Standard Serial Number).


 
ASEP Membership
We are an organization of "287" members and still climbing.  To become a member, print the Membership Application and forward it to the ASEP National Office, or call an ASEP representative at (218) 723-6297.  Visit additional web sites for more information, click on the ASEP Table of Contents.

Current weather at the ASEP National Office, Duluth, MN.

Guest Editorial

The ASEPNewsletter is seeking guest editorials -- brief commentaries on a wide variety of issues. Everyone involved in: health, fitness, rehabilitation, sports, including medical, business, management, psychology, teachers, and students -- is welcome to share insights, concerns, points and counterpoints on any issue that impinges upon the exercise physiology profession.

To contribute a guest editorial, send, FAX (218) 723-6472), or e-mail (tboone2@css.edu) an essay and a brief biography.

Send your contribution to:
ASEP National Office
c/o Dr. Tommy Boone
Department of Exercise Physiology
College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Ave
Duluth, MN 558112nd Annual Meeting of ASEP  (October 14-16, 1999)
 

Conference Facility - Wyndham Hotel
Location - Albuquerque, NM (current weather)
Robert A. Robergs, Ph.D., FASEP
Conference Organizer
President - ASEP
Director Center For Exercise And Applied Human Physiology
Johnson Center, B143
The University Of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-1258
Phone: (secretary): (505) 277-2658
FAX: (505) 277-9742
Hosts
Exercise Science Program and the
University of New Mexico Student Chapter of ASEP
The University of New Mexico
ASEP Public Forum for Exercise Physiologists.

HELLO - what do you think?
"I am a physiologist..."AND  "Sitting Around"!!
Be sure to read Pat's posting, and should you wish to email him, I'm sure he would love it. (mailto:radpa@bitstream.net).

Professionalization
Check out the article in the Professionalization of Exercise Physiologyonlinejournal.

 
Accreditation
by Tommy Boone, PhD, MPH

What are your thoughts about the article? AGREE? DISAGREE?

 

physicaltherapy manQuestion? How many flexibility exercises are necessary for an athlete (or anyone for that matter), regardless of the sport? Please forward your response to the  address.


ASEPNewsletter
EDITORIAL POLICY and CALL FOR PAPERS

The ASEPNewsletter is not a refereed newsletter.  Newsletters are open-ended so as to present a diverse set of opinions.  The papers in the each issue are concerned with issues and topics that have a bearing on the professionalization of exercise physiology.  As Editor, I especially welcome articles that critically address specific features of ASEP and its efforts to develop exercise physiology.  Views that support ASEP's vision, goals, and objectives as well as views that do not provide valuable lessons for our readers.

Submitted papers should be unpublished and non-copyrighted.  Submission of a paper will imply that it contains original unpublished work and is not submitted for publication elsewhere.  The Editor will pursue a policy of timely and meaningful review of each paper.  After the paper is accepted, the author(s) must provide the paper's final version in an electronic file on a diskette.  The paper should follow the example of published articles in the ASEPNewsletter.  The text format is flexible (regarding center headings, side flush headings, and so forth).  The reference style should conform to the style presently used in the JEPonline.

Send all submissions to the Editor:
ASEP National Office
c/o Tommy Boone, PhD, MPH, FASEP
Department of Exercise Physiology
The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Ave
Duluth, MN 55811


Director of Wellness Center

Category: Professional / Administrative
Location: Houston, Texas - Memorial Hermann Healthcare System
Department: Wellness Center
Status: Full-time
Hours: Days
Description: BS degree in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration or related healthcare discipline.  MS degree preferred. 6 yrs progressively responsible management experience, including responsibility of wellness/fitness programs, integration of fitness and clinical services. Demonstrated leadership, managerial and retail sales experience with measurable achievement a plus.The Wellness Center will encompass physical fitness / wellness programs, physical therapy, and The Mind/Body Medical Institute.  The Wellness Center will utilize a heated therapy pool, indoor lap pool, full size gymnasium, aerobics studio, walking track, racquetball courts, fitness center with cardiovascular / universal / free weights and other areas for stationary exercise.  The Wellness Center will open this fall. If interested, FAX Human Resources at 713.776.5615.  Other information call Linda toyota at 713.776.5604.  Also FAX Nancy at 713.776.5665.


Guthrie Healthcare System

Primary Wellness Program Coordinator

Guthrie Healthcare System is looking for an energetic, self-directed individual who adheres to a healthy lifestyle.  Responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Development and implementation of programs focusing on fitness, nutrition, and stress management.  We prefer an individual who is Masters prepared and has experience with wellness programming and management.

Interested candidates should contact:
Mike Hurley
Adm. Director of Rehabilitative Services
Guthrie Healthcare System
Guthrie Square
Sayre, PA  18840
570-882-4811
570-882-5830 (fax)


SCIENTIST: URINARY INCONTINENCE

 I am seeking an individual within the following conditions: a Scientist who will provide insight and contextual rationale to both the selection of targets and the design and validation of in vitro and in vivo models to discover drugs for treatment of urinary incontinence. The successful candidate will have a broad understanding of lower urinary tract physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology, including autonomic and somatic control of micturition, and regulation of detrusor function. The candidate will possess a M.S., M.D. or Ph.D. with experience in neurophysiology or pharmacology, with a strong focus on the lower urinary tract and experience with in vivo models of lower urinary tract physiology and pathophysiology. Our client is a leading pharmaceutical firm with research facilities in North Carolina and can provide excellent benefits (health insurance, dental, and vision plan, paid vacation and more). A high impact, high profile position with excellent opportunity for advancement.

Geographic Location of Position: US-NC

If interested, contact:

Stan Sloan
DMC
Fax: 609-584-9575
Voice: 609-584-8733 Ext. 218
Email: 915608@candseek.com


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