For socio-economically disadvantaged groups, walking is one way to improve participation in physical activity and to reduce the disparities in health. In this WellSpring, the researchers identify factors associated with walking that can assist practitioners and decision-makers to design effective interventions that increase walking to improve health among disadvantaged groups. Authors: Toni A Hilland, Matthew Bourke, Glen Wiesner, Enrique Garcia Bengoechea, Alexandra G. Parker, Michaela Pascoe, Melinda Craike. (WellSpring | August 2020, Volume 31, Number 07)
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We've added 10 more chapters to our popular Physical Activity Counselling Toolkit, as well as updated the original 10 resources. New topics include anxiety, chronic heart failure, stroke, Parkinson's Disease, and dementia.