Sedentary Behavior of White Collar Office Workers-Review
Hopkin, T. J.; Sarkar, Swarjit;
Aim The aim of this systematic review is to evaluate the physical activity time (PAT) of white collar office workers in order to assess the levels of sedentary activity in an office environment. Analysing the office workers PAT will not only allow an insight into how an... View more
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