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 the challenges and benefits of reducing sedentary behaviour, with presentations from four FP7-funded projects working to promote physical activity (EuroFIT, Credits4Health, PAPA and PASTA).
The session presented useful networking opportunities and lessons were learned that will beneficially impact on the conduct of the EuroFIT programme over the next 4 years.
Current and former participants from the FFIT programme will play in a 7-a-side tournament in Falkirk Stadium on Saturday 28th June 2014. Teams from football clubs across Scotland, as well as a few celebrity teams, will compete. Players, families and friends will be welcomed to the stadium where matches will run from 9 am.
The tournament will be a celebration of the excellent work of all participants in the programme from across Scotland, and is an opportunity for FFIT participants to unite on the pitch.
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