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Exciting Pre-Conference and Satellite Workshops at ACSM Annual Meeting

Are you registered for ACSM's Annual Meeting coming up in May? If not, there is still time to register. Several exciting pre-conference and satellite workshops will be offered this year. Click here to learn more about the events listed below.

ACSM Media Training: Crafting Your Message for a Multimedia World — In this session, learn to craft a compelling message for print and social media. Hear specific techniques to hook and energize your audience. Teach, entertain and maybe even go viral with your message. Substantial discussion illustrates real interactions with media professionals. Attendance at this session is strongly recommended for potential members of ACSM's Media Referral Network.

PINES Ten Questions, Ten Experts: Sports Nutrition for the Brain — Ten experts will provide a summary of the latest knowledge on nutritional performance enhancements targeting the brain and central nervous system.

Satellite Lecture: Hydration In Daily Life (Presented by Danone Nutricia Research) — Review progresses and gaps in hydration science for normal healthy people in daily life and outline perspectives to improve hydration practices and health status of populations.

Graduate and Early Career Day — This session promotes networking and mentorship between early career members and senior investigators for scientific outreach and career building. The sessions are open to all attendees but will be specifically targeted to graduate and early career participants.

GSSI Sports Nutrition Exchange — The 2015 GSSI pre-conference session features the latest advancements in sports nutrition and highlights the recent research on fueling and recovery as it relates to training and performance.

Performing Arts Medicine — Athletes and the Arts, ACSM and the Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA) will present a unique performing arts medicine session featuring updates on the Athletes and the Arts initiative. There will be a keynote presentation by Bronwen Ackerman, Ph.D., one of the leading evidence-based researchers in this area and physiotherapist for the Sydney, Australia Symphony Orchestra. Perspectives from various performing artists and breakout sessions (marching band, voice, orchestra, piano, and dance) will allow small group learning facilitated by experienced medical professionals and performing artists. more

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