EuroFIT at ISBNPA 2015

EuroFIT was well represented at the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) 14th Meeting in Edinburgh (03 – 06 June). EuroFIT Coordinator Prof. Sally Wyke and Prof. Kate Hunt (Glasgow University) gave a keynote lecture ‘Enhancing the social and cultural relevance of interventions: the inter-disciplinary science of behaviour change’. Lessons from FFIT, the successful predecessor of EuroFIT, were shared and the aims of EuroFIT were presented.


ISBPNA Keynote


Glasgow University researcher Cindy Gray also presented a poster ‘European Fans in Training (EuroFIT): a socio-psychological approach to the development of a healthy lifestyle programme to engage an at-risk group in sustained behaviour change’. The poster presented the results of the research we have undertaken to develop the EuroFIT programme.


ISBPNA Poster