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The SITLESS project: exercise referral schemes enhanced by self-management strategies to battle sedentary behaviour in older adults: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial.
Giné-Garriga M, Coll-Planas L, Guerra M, Domingo À, Roqué M, Caserotti P, Denkinger M, Rothenbacher D, Tully MA, Kee F, McIntosh E, Martín-Borràs C, Oviedo GR, Jerez-Roig J, Santiago M, Sansano O, Varela G, Skjødt M, Wirth K, Dallmeier D, Klenk J, Wilson JJ, Blackburn NE, Deidda M, Lefebvre G, González D, Salvà A. Giné-Garriga M, et al. Trials. 2017 May 18;18(1):221. doi: 10.1186/s13063-017-1956-x. Trials. 2017. PMID: 28521831 Free PMC article. Clinical Trial.
The SITLESS project aims to determine whether exercise referral schemes (ERS) can be enhanced by self-management strategies (SMSs) to reduce sedentary behaviour (SB), increase PA and improve health, qual …
The SITLESS project aims to determine whether exercise referral schemes (ERS) can be enhanced by …
Cost-effectiveness of exercise referral schemes enhanced by self-management strategies to battle sedentary behaviour in older adults: protocol for an economic evaluation alongside the SITLESS three-armed pragmatic randomised controlled trial.
Deidda M, Coll-Planas L, Giné-Garriga M, Guerra-Balic M, Roqué I Figuls M, Tully MA, Caserotti P, Rothenbacher D, Salvà Casanovas A, Kee F, Blackburn NE, Wilson JJ, Skjødt M, Denkinger M, Wirth K, McIntosh E; SITLESS Team. Deidda M, et al. BMJ Open. 2018 Oct 15;8(10):e022266. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-022266. BMJ Open. 2018. PMID: 30327403 Free PMC article. Clinical Trial.
INTRODUCTION: Promoting physical activity (PA) and reducing sedentary behaviour (SB) may exert beneficial effects on the older adult population, improving behavioural, functional, health and psychosocial outcomes in addition to reducing health, social …
INTRODUCTION: Promoting physical activity (PA) and reducing sedentary behaviour (SB) may exert beneficial effects on the ol
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