‘This is the beginning of the new me’: process evaluation of a group fitness intervention to promote wellbeing in formerly homeless individuals

@inproceedings{Sofija2018ThisIT,
  title={‘This is the beginning of the new me’: process evaluation of a group fitness intervention to promote wellbeing in formerly homeless individuals},
  author={Ernesta Sofija and Melanie Plugge and Nicola Wiseman and Neil Harris},
  booktitle={BMC Public Health},
  year={2018}
}
BackgroundHomelessness is a persistent social issue with diverse impacts reaching far beyond individuals. Strategies and research concerning homelessness and health have largely focused on the risk factors and weaknesses of individuals. Such preoccupation has meant the potential strengths and resources within individuals, and so-called strength-based approaches have received less attention. Consequently, understanding how to effectively work with and engage this population in such interventions… CONTINUE READING
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