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Justin Moore

“Be a Champion!” in rural US schools

School health champions take a tailored approach to promoting physical activity through policy, environment, and strategy change. Schools play a key role in providing youth

David Lubans

Avoiding ‘voltage drop’ in schools research

Designing and evaluating a scalable whole-of-school physical activity intervention that is effective and inexpensive. Physical inactivity is a global problem and schools are ideal settings

ISPAH Shorts

What are ISPAH shorts? ISPAH shorts is an initiative from ISPAH’s Education Committee to help our members share their research findings in an innovative and

Jasper Schipperijn

Celebrating 25 years of Agita Mundo

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Agita Mundo – a community-wide campaign for promoting physical activity. ‘Agita’ is a Portuguese word meaning ‘to move

Deirdre Harrington

ISPAH supports #ActOnNCDs week

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are the number one cause of death and disability in the world and are increasing in both low- and high-income countries. NCDs including type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease account for up to 71% of

Jacqueline Mair

Summary of the WHO PA and SB Guidelines

The World Health Organization has launched the 2020 global WHO Guidelines on physical activity and sedentary behaviour. These guidelines emphasize that everyone, of all ages

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