Promoting physical activity in older people in general practice: ProAct65+ cluster randomised controlled trial.

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BACKGROUND Regular physical activity reduces falls, hip fractures, and all-cause mortality, but physical activity levels are low in older age groups. AIM To evaluate two exercise programmes promoting physical activity among older people. DESIGN AND SETTING Pragmatic three-arm, parallel-design cluster randomised controlled trial involving 1256 people… (More)
DOI: 10.3399/bjgp15X687361

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@article{Iliffe2015PromotingPA, title={Promoting physical activity in older people in general practice: ProAct65+ cluster randomised controlled trial.}, author={Steve Iliffe and Denise Kendrick and Richard Morris and Mark Griffin and Deborah Haworth and Hannah Carpenter and Tahir Masud and Dawn A. Skelton and Susie Dinan-Young and Ann Bowling and Heather Gage}, journal={The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners}, year={2015}, volume={65 640}, pages={e731-8} }