Workplace physical activity interventions: a systematic review

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Dugdill, L ; Brettle, A ; Hulme, C ; McCluskey, S ; Long, AF (2008)

Purpose – This paper aims to report a synopsis of a recent systematic review of the literature regarding the effectiveness of workplace physical activity interventions, commissioned by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE). \ud \ud Design/meth... View more
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