Revved Up Research Group



Insight Development Grant Recipient – Dr. Jennifer Tomasone
Dr. Tomasone will be investigating how to optimize participation in the Revved Up Exercise Program by examining the subjective experiences of members and mini-stream interns.  Over the next two years her research team will be asking Revved Up members and interns to complete surveys and interviews to better understand how their perceptions of a quality experience change throughout their participation in the exercise program and whether there are certain program features that influence their perceptions.  Findings from this research will contribute to the development of practical recommendations on how to foster full and effective participation in physical activity programs for persons with disabilities.

Launch of the 24-hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years and Children and Youth
Dr. Amy Latimer-Cheung discusses the new guidelines for children’s activity.  

Revved Up Research Group Alumna Dr. Celina Shirazipour Receives 2017 Governor General’s Gold Medal

Congratulations to Celina, pictured here with Dr. Amy Latimer-Cheung, for achieving the highest academic standing of excellence at the graduate level at Queen’s University for her PhD dissertation. Her research examined quality physical activity participation for military veterans with a physical disability. 

Image of Queens alumni

Revved Up Research Group

28 Division St. RM500

Kingston ON Canada

K7L 3N6

Tomasone Lab
613-533-6000 x 79193

Latimer-Cheung Lab
613-533-6000 x 78773