State of the Art Reviews: Methods of Evaluation: Issues and Implications for Physical Activity Referral Schemes:

@inproceedings{Gidlow2008StateOT,
  title={State of the Art Reviews: Methods of Evaluation: Issues and Implications for Physical Activity Referral Schemes:},
  author={Christopher J. Gidlow and Lynne Halley Johnston and Diane Crone and David James},
  year={2008}
}
In the pursuit of evidence-based practice, the common focus on controlled research within physical activity and health promotion has created a restricted view of the acceptable type of evidence on which practice should be based. To improve our understanding of physical activity (and other behavioral) interventions, a more holistic approach to evaluation is required. In the context of physical activity referral schemes, this article considers the implications of adhering to this narrow… CONTINUE READING

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