The Park Prescription Study: Development of a community-based physical activity intervention for a multi-ethnic Asian population

@inproceedings{Uijtdewilligen2019ThePP,
  title={The Park Prescription Study: Development of a community-based physical activity intervention for a multi-ethnic Asian population},
  author={L{\'e}onie Uijtdewilligen and Clarice Nhat-Hien Waters and Su Aw and Mee Lian Wong and Angelia Sia and Anbumalar Ramiah and Michael Wong and Falk M{\"u}ller-Riemenschneider},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2019}
}
This mixed-methods study aims to inform the development of a 'Park Prescription' intervention, including face-to-face counseling on physical activity and park use and providing weekly structured exercise sessions in the park to promote physical activity. Participants aged 40-65 years were recruited from regional health screening events in Singapore where they completed a questionnaire (N = 97) and consented to focus group (FG) participation (N = 16). The questionnaire assessed current park use… CONTINUE READING
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