EuroFIT recently released a new Flash Report to our mailing list. You can view it here Highlights include – The EuroFIT trial across four countries – Clarity on the IP model for replicating EuroFIT – The challenge of Data Analysis.
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EuroFIT was ably represented by Dr Marlene Silva from partners FMH, at the recent Public Health Research Day, organised by the EU Commission in Brussels. Marlene’s presentation focused on the long-term sustainability of health-related behavioural change, and on scaling-up research-based interventions, to achieve population impact. Both of these are critical issues for public health research […]
More media coverage of the dangers of long periods of sedentary time – here . The importance of standing and moving about regularly throughout the day is a key message for EuroFIT – an innovative feature of our SitFIT technology is the ability to detect and provide feedback on sedentary time.
EuroFIT participant Ian Henry, from Stoke, has set up a great new website dedicated to the growing walking football community. Visit him at www.walkingfootball.com
Sally Wyke presented at the IRC Interdisciplinary Research Workshop for Health, in Galway – focusing on how to set up and lead a successful interdisciplinary research project….especially for EU projects. Check out the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPrubwiIiAg
Coordinator Sally Wyke co-led a workshop entitled “Translation and Implementation of Evidence-Based Interventions into Policy and Practice” at the ISBNPA pre-conference workshops in Cape Town, South Africa, on 8 June 2016. The workshop abstract is as follows: This interactive workshop will address translation and implementation of evidence-based health policies and practices across several countries. Dr. […]
EuroFIT featured prominently in a recent film by Glasgow University, supporting the UK’s remaining in the EU. Please view it here.
Norwegian newspaper UKADDRESSA has published an excellent article about the impact that EUROFIT had on a single Norwegian fan. You can read it (in Norwegian) here
EuroFIT recently hosted a multi-project workshop on ‘Exploring Physical Activity for Health and Fun’, with a portfolio of peer projects and several presentations from the Commission. Our peer project ‘Credits4Health’ made an excellent video, which you can view here:
We are delighted that a paper based on the work of our precursor project, FFIT (Football Fans In Training) has been published in ‘SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH & ILLNESS’ by the Wiley Online Library. The open-access article can be read at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1467-9566.12402/abstract
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 602170. The material presented and views expressed here are the responsibility of the author(s) only. The EU Commission takes no responsibility for any use made of the information set out.