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This report by Richmond group of Charities provides a discussion of the different ways the sport and physical activity sector can make a difference and help people with long term health conditions be more active. The report promotes a change in the ways the sport and physical sector manage and deal with long term health conditions through improving accessibility, enhancing...

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This report by Richmond group of Charities explores the various ways health and care organisations, such as those working in partnership as Integrated Care Systems can support more people with long term health conditions to be active. Data was drawn from various secondary sources, ranging from the NHS Digital, Health Survey for England 2018, to UK Chief Medical Officer Guidelines...

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This report explores the different ways employers within clinical and non-clinical roles in health and care organisations can engage and encourage others with long term health conditions be more active. Data was drawn from a variety of different secondary sources, ranging from Health England publications to Sport England searchable information on physical activity levels across England. They found that nearly...

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This report by the School for Policy Studies at the University of Bristol investigates participation in active after-school clubs and active travel to and from school at age 11 and estimates the average daily minutes of daily intensity in physical activity associated with active club attendance and active travel. The paper promotes the importance of physical activity and its association...

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This report from the London Cycling Campaign explores the #DangerousJunctions campaign, which was created as a result of the fatal collision with Dr Marta Krawiec at Holborn in 2021. The purpose of the campaign is to highlight and tackle individual dangerous junctions as well as to tackle systemic road danger issues at far too many junctions in London and the...

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This report by Dr Holly Collison-Randall from Loughborough University London covers her research exploring knife crime in the UK. Collinson-Randall designed a two-phase research programme targeting selected sports programmes in the UK. The research had four overall aims: explore the nature of sports programmes focused on tackling knife crime; evaluate the effectiveness of the programmes; share best practices to help...

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This report presents data from the Active Lives Adult Survey for the period mid-November 2020 to mid-November 2021. Data is presented for adults aged 16+ in England. This report contains a full year of coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions, including comparisons to both the first easing of restrictions in summer 2020 and to pre-pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic saw a range of restrictions...

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This pack from the Richmond Group of Charities covers four ways you can make a difference and help people with long term health conditions be more active. These include prioritising inclusive physical activity, increasing engagement and knowledge, enhancing inclusivity of messages and improving accessibility. The Richmond Group of Charities is a coalition of health and care charities working in partnership with...

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This executive summary from the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine - Sheffield sought to understand physical activity pathways for people with long-term health conditions more deeply, and then co-produce guidance with them that will improve physical activity opportunities and experiences. There were 3 key phases to their research, with 350 participants engaging in an online conversation as part of...

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This report by Women in Sport explores the reasons why women in midlife are less physically active and makes a series of recommendations to try and change this moving forward. The findings of the report show that a third of women aged 41 to 60 are not meeting the Chief Medical Officer’s guidelines of 150 minutes per week of exercise...