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1 CSP 2012 Research Agenda Sport Participation Research Initiative (SPRI)

2 Background Designed and developed by Sport Canada and the Canadian sport academic community together with the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)

3 Purpose and parameters Functions within the parameters of Bill C-12, the Act to Promote Physical Activity and Sport (2003) Research base provided by the SPRI primarily intended to assist in the implementation of CSP 2002 Limitations: Not HP (funding targets participation) SSHRC does not fund Health (this is a CIHR mandate)

4 2004 Roundtable Forum for consultation to meet needs of the Canadian sport and research communities, and to develop funding priorities and criteria Themes selected: identifying and overcoming barriers to participation in sport; training of participants, volunteers, coaches and administrators in sport; development, monitoring and evaluation of policies designed to enhance participation in sport; development of capacity and infrastructure for the purposes of enhancing participation in sport; determining the benefits and outcomes of participation in sport.

5 CSP Policy Values Fun Safety Excellence Commitment Personal Development Inclusion and Accessibility Respect, Fair Play and Ethical Behaviour

6 Policy Principles Values Based Inclusive Technically Sound Collaborative Intentional Effective Sustainable

7 The Policys framework draws on the full spectrum of sport practice in Canada. For the purposes of the Policy, participation in sport is characterized by four general contexts CSP 2012 Framework

8 G OAL Introduction to Sport

9 G OAL Recreational Sport

10 G OAL Competitive Sport

11 G OAL High Performance Sport

12 G OAL Sport for Development

13 Monitoring and Evaluation Inputs/Activities/Outputs To be developed through government and NGO Action Plans Immediate Outcomes See Logic Model in Policy document Canadian Sport Policy 2012 Objectives As identified in the Policy document Canadian Sport Policy Goals Introduction to Sport Recreational Sport Competitive Sport High Performance Sport Sport for Development Ultimate Outcomes Excellence Enhanced Education & Skill Development Improved Health & Wellness Increased Civic Pride, Engagement & Cohesion Increased Economic Development & Prosperity

14 PIM and SPRI Outputs – Outcomes – Objectives – Goals PIM > < SPRI = Achievement of CSP 2012 vision, goals and policy outcomes PIMSPRI Which indicators to useEvidence and knowledge base How to collect and measure dataConditions and tools for success (barriers and benefits) How to make sense of dataCritical analysis of processes and outcomes

15 Research Priorities for the SPRI?


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