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Research Fields TEST physical education, physiology, psychology
Categories Medical, Health or Psycho-Social
Physical Education
Citizenship Canadian
Eligibility The Sport Information Research Award recognizes outstanding sport research that benefits the Canadian sporting community. SIRC invites Canadian researchers to submit sport related original research papers in consideration for the 2011 SIRC Research Award. This year, the 2011 SIRC Research Award has two categories. Your submission must fall into one of these: the social impact of sport on the community
  • social, cultural, and/or economic benefits of sport
  • health and wellness
  • participation
  • education and life long learning or, the impact of applied research on athletic excellence / high performance
  • Sport Psychology
  • Sport Physiology
  • Sports Medicine
  • Kinesiology Visit http://www.sirc.ca/research_Awards/index.cfm for detials on these two categories.
  • The applicant must be a Canadian citizen currenlty associated with a Canadian University of degree granting institution
  • You must submit original research that has not been previously published
  • Your paper must be written in English or French
  • Your paper must be a minimum of 2500 words and up to a maximum of 4000 words (excluding references)
  • Your research must be relevant and benefit the Canadian sporting community.
  • Value plus media coverage in the Wellness Options and Coaches Plan, inclusion in the SportDiscus Database and international exposure to the sport and academic community.
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at No details on tenability available
    Deadlines February 15
    Application Details the SIRC web page at http://www.sirc.ca/research_Awards/index.cfm Contact: Email: researchaward@sirc.ca Telephone: 613-231-7472 or Toll free: 1-800-665-6413
    Updated: December 18, 2012

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