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Health impacts of a national mass media campaign on walking in Scotland

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Health-enhancing Physical Activity: Final Report 2000-2001

Link to Final Report - Document - Adobe PDF - Acrobat Reader
A report which outlines the aims and goals of HEPA (Health-enhancing Physical Activity) in Europe
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Evaluating Walking Promotion Policies etc

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This paper reveals pedestrian practices and the way they connect to other daily activities
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Towards More Sustainable Transportation

Lessons Learned from a Teaching Experiment This paper is about a course offered in Engineering and Planning Schools, which promotes developers to plan for pedestrians
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Using focus groups in the consumer research phase etc

A community-based participatory research study, 17 focus groups were used in consumer research to develop a social marketing program to promote walking and other moderate-intensity physical activities.
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Ericka Burroughs,Lara Peck,Patricia Sharpe
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Sustainable Transport Coalition walking policy statement (WA)

A policy statement for the Sustainable Transport Coalition of Western Australia
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AARP Conducts Social Marketing Campaign to Motivate Older Adults in Richmond, Va., and Madison, Wis., to be

Describes a social marketing project to promote increased physical activity in two demonstration sites, Richmond, Va., and Madison, Wis., from 2002 through 2004.
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A community-wide media campaign to promote walking in a Missouri town

A media campaign promoting walking - Document - Adobe PDF
Engaging in moderate physical activity for 30 minutes five or more times per week substantially reduces the risk of coronary heart disease, stroke, colon cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity, and walking is an easy and accessible way to achieve this goal.
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VERB: a social marketing campaign to increase physical activity among youth

A Social Marketing Campaign to Increase Physical Activity Among Youth An article about the VERB campaign which is a multiethnic social marketing campaign to increase and maintain physical activity among children aged 9-13 and their parent
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