Moving medicine: A clinician facing resource to support physical activity consultation across specific disease areas
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Hamish Reid
Hamish Reid
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Abstract IntroductionKnowledge, skills, time and confidence are common barriers to physical activity promotion in healthcare environments. This is the case despite overwhelming evidence supporting the role of physical activity in prevention and treatment of chronic disease. A lack of education amongst healthcare professionals and easily accessible resources propagate this situation.MethodThe project 'Moving Medicine' is a partnership between the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine and Public Health England to develop a unifying physical resource for healthcare professionals in the UK, developed in partnership with a wide range of professional and charitable organisations. Using a knowledge into action framework we have developed an interactive digital tool to support physical activity brief intervention in healthcare. Nine working groups have undertaken narrative reviews looking at the benefits of physical activity across nine major disease areas. Using a COM-B model of behavioural change we have developed a framework to deliver this information to the busy clinician. Further testing of the content and structure of each individual resource has been done through workshops, delphi and online consultation with doctors, allied health professionals, academics and patients.ConclusionStill in it's development phase this resource will be live by August 2018 to further inform the content of this presentation. External funding details This project is funded by Sport England and the National lottery
Abstract IntroductionKnowledge, skills, time and confidence are common barriers to physical activity promotion in healthcare environments. This is the case despite overwhelming evidence supporting the role of physical activity in prevention and treatment of chronic disease. A lack of education amongst healthcare professionals and easily accessible resources propagate this situation.MethodThe project 'Moving Medicine' is a partnership between the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine and Public Health England to develop a unifying physical resource for healthcare professionals in the UK, developed in partnership with a wide range of professional and charitable organisations. Using a knowledge into action framework we have developed an interactive digital tool to support physical activity brief intervention in healthcare. Nine working groups have undertaken narrative reviews looking at the benefits of physical activity across nine major disease areas. Using a COM-B model of behavioural change we have developed a framework to deliver this information to the busy clinician. Further testing of the content and structure of each individual resource has been done through workshops, delphi and online consultation with doctors, allied health professionals, academics and patients.ConclusionStill in it's development phase this resource will be live by August 2018 to further inform the content of this presentation. External funding details This project is funded by Sport England and the National lottery
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