Cambridge, Sunday 26 – Tuesday 28 May 2013
More than the sum of the parts?
Integration of individual and environmental approaches to changing population-level physical activity behaviour
Thank you everyone who attended the conference!
Environmental change may be necessary but not sufficient to increase population levels of physical activity. Following the main 2013 ISBNPA Conference in Ghent, Belgium – May 22-25, this satellite conference is for those interested in designing and evaluating interventions that combine environmental and individual perspectives on behaviour change.
Your active participation in plenaries, case studies and discussions will help develop our understanding of the evidence, the methodological challenges and how intervention research in this area can be advanced.
The full programme is available here. Speakers will include:
- Susan Michie, University College London
- Billie Giles-Corti, University of Melbourne
- Susi Kriemler, Institute for Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Zürich
- Nanette Mutrie, University of Edinburgh
- David Ogilvie, MRC Epidemiology Unit Cambridge
- Shannon Sahlqvist, Deakin University.
Topics covered will include:
- the current state of the evidence for individual-level and environmental interventions
- how the environment affects responses to individual-level interventions
- case studies of combined approaches in various stages of development
- methodological challenges.
Registration is now closed. If you would like to be informed if any places become available, please email CEDAR-ISBNPA@medschl.cam.ac.uk