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How to engage inactive communities in physical activity: Top tips from the BHFNC 8th Annual Conference

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Type: Report
Region: United Kingdom
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This booklet provides practical â?~tipsâ?T for engaging inactive communities in physical activity. The ideas presented were put forward by delegates and workshop facilitators during the 8th BHFNC annual conference in 2008.

The booklet includes generic tips relevant to practitioners working across a broad range of communities and/or groups, and specific tips for engaging the following key target groups: People with disabilities, girls and young women, older adults, people with mental ill-health, black and minority ethnic communities and socially deprived communities.

BHFNC hope that these tips will be valuable to physical activity and health professionals when designing and implementing physical activity programmes for specific population sub-groups. The booklet is based on the experiences of a limited number of professionalsâ?T working with inactive communities and should be used in this context. The tips within this booklet are not based on a systematic review of evidence and/or policy.

Date:

10/10/2009

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Suggested citation:

refer to the resource. (2009) How to engage inactive communities in physical activity: Top tips from the BHFNC 8th Annual Conference [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/23588 [Accessed: 15th November 2019].

  

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