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What are the most effective behaviour change techniques to promote physical activity and/or reduce sedentary behaviour in inactive adults? : A systematic review protocol
Large proportions of the population are not meeting recommended levels of physical activity and have increasingly sedentary lifestyles. Low levels of physical activity are predictive of poor health outcomes and time spent ...
Dietary Advice and Collaborative Working : Do Pharmacists and Allied Health Professionals Other Than Dietitians Have a Role?
Long term health conditions either wholly or partly diet-related continue to increase. Although pharmacists and allied health professionals (AHPs) have a role in the management of patients with long term conditions, there ...
You cannot choose your family : sociological ambivalence in the hemodialysis unit
Living with end-stage renal disease is challenging and requires a great deal of self-management, but little is known about the experiences of patients and staff around the subject. We held six focus groups in three ...
What are the most effective behaviour change techniques to promote physical activity and/or reduce sedentary behaviour in sedentary adults? A systematic review
Purpose: The primary aim is to investigate the most effective behaviour change techniques (BCT) in randomised controlled trials (RCT) of interventions to increase physical activity and/or reduce sedentary behaviour in ...