Recently our Shropshire project representatives Kim Davies (Get Active Feel Good Advisor) and Gareth Mapp (Director of Lifestyle Fitness) presented a poster of the programme titled ‘Get Active Feel Good embedding physical activity intervention support within cancer care pathways’ at the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) annual Conference in St Georges Park. Click on the poster below to open it in a new window and again to enlarge it and learn more about the integration of physical activity into cancer care pathways. It’s worth a read!
We are delighted to announce that our Physical Activity programme is one of the 36 chosen to feature in the Public Health England promising practice publication ‘Steps to solving inactivity’ as an example of a physical activity intervention currently being delivered in the UK. Our survey submission contributed to the huge response that ukactive received: a total of 952 programmes were submitted making this one of the largest surveys of physical activity programmes in England ever carried out.
“Steps to solving inactivity” examines the latest rates of inactivity in each top tier local authority and provides examples of activity interventions currently being delivered in those local areas. It seeks to support local authorities, public health professionals and the wider activity sector to strengthen the impact of their physical activity programmes, interventions and services by highlighting existing gaps in provision and sharing guidance on how to achieve best practice at a national level.
The report is available to download from here
A big thank you from the team to everyone involved in the provision of services linked to our programme, as the work you do is vital for acheievements like this.