Physical Activity and Health Promotion: Evidence-based Approaches to Practice / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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About the Author
Diane Crone, Reader in Exercise Science at the University ofGloucestershire, UK and BASES (British Association of Sport andExercise Sciences) Accredited Sport and Exercise Scientist (Supportand Research).
Rebecca Murphy, Lecturer in Exercise and Health at LiverpoolJohn Moores University.
Table of ContentsSection 1: Concepts for the development of physical activitypractice.
Chapter 1: Physical Activity, Health and Health Promotion.
Rebecca Murphy, Lindsey Dugdill and Diane Crone.
Chapter 2: Influencing Health Behaviour: Applying Theory toPractice.
Lynne Halley Johnston, Jeff Breckon and Andrew Hutchison.
Chapter 3: Promoting Physical Activity through Policy Change:Art, Science or Politics?.
Chapter 4: Developing the Evidence-base for Physical ActivityInterventions.
Lindsey Dugdill, Gareth Stratton and Paula Watson.
Section 2: Interventions in physical activitypractice.
Chapter 5: Physical Activity Promotion in Primary HealthCare.
Chris Gidlow and Rebecca Murphy.
Chapter 6 Physical Activity Interventions in the Community.
Diane Crone and Colin Baker.
Chapter 7: Developing Physically Active Workplaces.
Lindsey Dugdill and Margaret Coffey.
Chapter 8: Young People and Physical Activity.
Gareth Stratton and Paula Watson.
Chapter 9. Populations: Older People and Physical Activity.
Chapter 10 Physical Activity and Mental Health.
Diane Crone, Linda Heaney and Christopher S. Owens.
Chapter 11: International Developments in Physical ActivityPromotion.
Chapter 12: The Way Forward for Physical Activity and HealthPromotion: Designing Interventions for the Future.
Andy Smith, case study by Sara Moore