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Title: Community, School and Workplace Initiatives to Encourage Individuals to Use the Outdoor Environment for Physical Activity
Author(s): Stead, Martine
Angus, Kathryn
Jepson, Ruth
Hughes, Adrienne R
Oram, Cecilia
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Citation: Stead M, Angus K, Jepson R, Hughes AR & Oram C (2010) Community, School and Workplace Initiatives to Encourage Individuals to Use the Outdoor Environment for Physical Activity. NHS Health Scotland. NHS Health Scotland, Edinburgh.
Issue Date: Mar-2010
Date Deposited: 13-May-2013
Publisher: NHS Health Scotland, Edinburgh
Abstract: First paragraph: The aim of this review is to identify and review evidence of the effectiveness of initiatives and interventions delivered in the community, school, or workplace setting which have been designed to encourage individuals to use their local outdoor environment to increase their physical activity, and to identify and describe similar initiatives currently being delivered in Scotland.
Type: Research Report
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