HART Team Evaluates the Lincolnshire ‘Workplace Challenge.’

This month sees the launch of the Lincolnshire ‘Workplace Challenge’ (WPC). The WPC programme utilises a website resource designed to engage people in employment within local workplaces in physical activity and sport. Employees self-record their physical activity over an eight week Continue reading HART Team Evaluates the Lincolnshire ‘Workplace Challenge.’

Exercise Referral Evaluation Published

  HART team member Hannah Henderson, along with colleague Prof. David Mullineaux of the School of Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Lincoln, recently completed evaluation work which examined data stored on the Lincolnshire Sports Partnership’s parachute system Continue reading Exercise Referral Evaluation Published

Partnership with Specialist Health Promotion Service Continues

A long-standing partnership between the HART team and North East Lincolnshire’s Specialist Health Promotion Service has been blossoming. Both HART team members and the Local Authority based unit have worked together in the past and are no producing published research Continue reading Partnership with Specialist Health Promotion Service Continues

Publication of further research: “Swim for Health”: Programme Evaluation of a Multiagency Aquatic Activity Intervention in the United Kingdom

Further HART publications are forthcoming on a regular basis, and this week is no exception. The most recent publication to be released is in the International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education. The paper, written by Adam Evans with co-author Continue reading Publication of further research: “Swim for Health”: Programme Evaluation of a Multiagency Aquatic Activity Intervention in the United Kingdom

New article: Implementing a community-based obesity prevention programme: experiences of stakeholders in the north east of England

Further HART research has been successfully published this week. The work, completed by Geoff Middleton, Hannah Henderson and Donna Evans, focuses upon stakeholder perceptions of community-based obesity prevention programmes. Groups who engaged with the research include senior health officials, public health Continue reading New article: Implementing a community-based obesity prevention programme: experiences of stakeholders in the north east of England