In May and June 2014, the EuroFIT team held face-to-face interviews with our key stakeholders to identify ways in which we can improve our health promotion programme. You can find a summary of what we learned here.
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EuroFIT researcher Annie Anderson (Dundee University) is organising an ISBPNA satellite meeting ‘Challenging Interventions with an obese society – engaging without enraging’ on 08 June 2015 in St. Andrews, Scotland. EuroFIT researcher Cindy Gray (Glasgow University) will speak at the meeting. Click here to see the event brochure.
The ISBNPA Satellite Meeting “Determinants of sedentary behaviour through the Life Course” will be held 8 -9 June 2015 in Glasgow. This meeting is organised by Glasgow Caledonian University and the European Joint Programme Initiative on Determinant of Diet and Physical Activity (DEDIPAC) and aims at developing a consensus framework of the determinants of sedentary behaviour […]
EuroFIT researcher Anne Martin from the University of Edinburgh presented “ Interventions to reduce sedentary time in adults – a systematic review” under the theme ‘Evidence for Policy’ at the 7th European Public Health Conference on behalf of the EuroFITteam on Sat 22nd Nov 14. Read more about the conference at their official site.
The EuroFIT audit of current practice in European clubs was mentioned in the Dec 2014 newsletter from Healthy Stadia – http://www.healthystadia.eu/news-and-events/newsletters.html
The Canadian Best Practices Initiative (CBPI) unit at the Public Health Agency of Canada has selected our predecessor “Football Fans In Training (FFIT)” as a Best Practice. Check it out on the Canadian Best Practices Portal – http://cbpp-pcpe.phac-aspc.gc.ca/interventions/football-fans-training-ffit/
EuroFIT was presented on 10 Dec at the Healthy Stadia Conference 2014 in Geneva, organised by EuroFIT partner Healthy Stadia. Glasgow University researcher Cindy Gray gave a presentation about the project to attendees involved in sport, health, community and social responsibility.
Prof. Wyke presented at a forum and workshop session convened by the European Commission’s Directorate General for Research and Innovation and for Health and Consumers and Education and Culture. The forum was held at the 17th European Health Forum Gastein (EFHG) (01 – 03 Oct 2014). The forum examined ways of promoting physical activity and discussed […]
EuroFIT researcher Cindy Gray of Glasgow University presented at UKSBM 2014 in Nottingham on 04 Dec 2014. Cindy’s talk was titled ‘European Fans in Training: a socio-psychological approach to the development of a healthy lifestyle programme to engage an at-risk group in sustained behaviour change.
EuroFIT partner Healthy Stadia hosted representatives from clubs in the Netherlands, UK, Portugal and Norway on 22 Sept, 2014 in the Premier League Offices in London. The meeting was an opportunity for EuroFIT researchers and club representatives to discuss how to make sure the EuroFIT programme works in practice. Coaches agreed on the importance of rigorous […]
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