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Title Promoting active transport : an intervention portfolio to increase physical activity as a means of transport : planning framework - case study.

Published Melbourne : National Public Health Partnership, [2001]
©2001

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 UniM Store AB f  613.70994 PROM    AVAILABLE
Physical description iv, 75 pages ; 30 cm.
Series Public health planning and practice improvement.
Public health planning and practice improvement.
Notes Logos of Strategic Inter-Governmental forum on Physical Activity (SIGPAH) and National Public Health Partnership (NPHP) on Cover.
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 39-41.
Summary The Strategic Inter-Governmental forum on Physical Activity and Health (SIGPAH){241} has identified the area of transport as a high-priority setting to promote physical activity. SIGPAH agreed to pilot the framework approach to develop a portfolio of interventions to address this issue. This report is a case study in applying the portfolio approach. The project involved collaboration between the NPHP and SIGPAH to define interventions likely to be effective in promoting 'active transport'.
Other formats Also available in an electronic version via the Internet. Addres as of 16/11/01: http://www.nphp.gov.au/news.htm.
System notes The electronic version of the document is available as a pdf file. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer to view/print the pdf. file.
Usage Terms National Public Health Partnership 2001.
Other author National Public Health Partnership (Australia)
Strategic Inter-Governmental forum on Physical Activity and Health.
Subject Health planning -- Australia.
Health promotion -- Australia.
Health planning -- Australia -- Citizen participation.
Recreation -- Australia.