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Steps to Health: A European Framework to Promote Physical Activity for Health

Last Updated: 5/7/2021

This document provides Member States, experts and policy-makers with guidance on designing and implementing physical activity-promoting policy and action, aspart of a national public health agenda and through multisectoral cooperation.

policy

Play builds children

Last Updated: 3/7/2019

The Children’s Play Policy Forum policy statement Play Builds Children draws attention to the responsibility Government has for play and the leadership that is needed.

case study

Raising the bar on strength and balance: The importance of community-based provision

Last Updated: 2/27/2019

The Centre for Ageing Better has produced a best practice guide to delivery of strength and balance programmes and the importance of referral pathways from rehabilitation to community based provision of programmes for effective dose for prevention of falls and frailty

guidance

Strong, Steady and Straight: An Expert Consensus Statement on Physical Activity and Exercise for Osteoporosis

Last Updated: 2/27/2019

This resource from the Royal Osteoporosis Society aims to give health practitioners the information and tools needed to advise osteoporosis patients on correct exercises and movements that may: Promote bone strength to reduce fracture risk, Reduce falls risk, and Help with the pain and symptoms associated with vertebral fractures

Evidence Brief

TravelWest: Transport and Health Essential Evidence

Last Updated: 2/25/2019

A wide selection of transport and health evidence briefings from this West of England transport hub, written by Edinburgh Napier's Dr Adrian Davis.

guidance

Out to Play: Practical guidance for creating outdoor play experiences in early learning and childcare

Last Updated: 2/5/2019

In-depth 'Step-by-step guidance and practical advice for early learning and childcare settings and practitioners on how to access outdoor spaces to create safe, nurturing and inspiring outdoor learning experiences' from Scottish Government

action plan

A Healthier Future: Scotland’s Diet & Healthy Weight Delivery Plan

Last Updated: 7/19/2018

Scottish Government have published 'A Healthier Future: Scotland’s Diet & Healthy Weight Delivery Plan' which goes hand in hand with the Active Scotland Delivery Plan to promote a healthy and physical well-being.

action plan

A Healthier Future: Framework for the Prevention, Early Detection and Early Intervention of Type 2 Diabetes

Last Updated: 7/19/2018

Scottish Government have published 'A Healthier Future: Framework for the Prevention, Early Detection and Early Intervention of Type 2 Diabetes'. This framework details action for the prevention, early detection and early intervention of type 2 diabetes.

action plan

Scottish Government Active Scotland Delivery Plan

Last Updated: 7/13/2018

The Scottish Government has published their Delivery Plan for Physical Activity and Sport with the ambition to cut physical inactivity by 15% across Scotland by 2030, in line with the WHO's Global Action Plan for Physical Activity.

action plan

WHO Global Action Plan on Physical Activity and Health 2018-2030

Last Updated: 7/13/2018

Launched in June 2018 the WHO Global Action Plan on Physical Activity and Health 2018-2030 is aimed at cutting Global Physical Inactivity by 30% by 2030

guidance

Invitation to the Scientific Consensus Meeting for the update of the UK CMO 2011 physical activity guidelines

Last Updated: 4/20/2018

Invitation to the Scientific Consensus Meeting for the update of the UK CMO 2011 physical activity guidelines, held on 20th June, 2018.

guidance

NICE guideline: Physical activity and the environment

Last Updated: 4/20/2018

The NICE guideline for 'Physical activity and the environment' has been updated and replaced the 2008 version..

policy consultation

Consultation launched on children’s health and physical activity

Last Updated: 3/16/2018

ukactive has launched a new consultation that will help to shape the future of children’s physical activity across the UK. The consultation will focus on developing opportunities in three key areas: the organisations and institutions that children and young people experience, the physical environment that children and young people grow up in and the social environment that children interact with. ukactive wants written evidence which captures the views of children, young people, parents, teachers, activity providers, social workers, policy experts, business leaders, healthcare professionals and anyone else with a stake in children’s health to help plot the next chapter in the health of Britain’s children. The deadline for responses is Friday 1 June 2018. More information is available below:

policy consultation

A healthier future - action and ambitions on diet, activity and healthy weight

Last Updated: 3/12/2018

The Scottish Government have published the responses to the consultation on the Diet and Obesity Strategy consultation which can be read in full here:

policy consultation

Scottish Government consultation on national obesity strategy

Last Updated: 11/17/2017

The Scottish Government is seeking responses to a consultation on a range of actions to improve diet and weight in Scotland. Alongside the launch, it announced funding of £42 million over the next 5 years to expand services. For physical activity, the consultation sets out ambitions to: •increase investment in active travel and link this with efforts to support weight management activity •improve planning systems to create enabling spaces for physical activity •the continuation of existing programmes, eg, Active Schools and Daily Mile to maintain physical activity and a healthy weight. The consultation document asks: How can our work to encourage physical activity contribute most effectively to tackling obesity? The consultation runs from the 26th October 2017 to the 31st January 2018. Download A healthier future - action and ambitions on diet, activity and healthy weight: Consultation document below:

guidance

Physical activity and the environment (update): Draft guidance consultation

Last Updated: 9/19/2017

The NICE Physical Activity and the Environment Update Guideline is now out for consultation. The consultation closes on 02 October 2017 at 5pm and the documents can be downloaded from the weblink below:

policy

A Nation with Ambition - The Government’s programme for Scotland 2017-18

Last Updated: 9/19/2017

The Scottish Government has launched its Programme for Government 2017-18 which sets out the actions it will take in the forthcoming year. A Nation With Ambition outlines the Scottish Government’s commitments to tackling the challenge of poor public health with new initiatives to reduce obesity, boost active travel, improve mental health and tackle air pollution. It plans to build an Active Nation, boosting investment in walking and cycling and putting active travel at the heart of our transport planning. Actions will include: • making towns and cities friendlier and safer spaces for pedestrians and cyclists by increasing investment that supports active travel from £40 million to £80 million per year from 2018-19 • appointing an Active Nation Commissioner to ensure delivery of world-class active travel infrastructure across Scotland • stepping up promotion of the use of electric bicycles to ensure as many people as possible can benefit from active travel • delivering projects which help older people benefit from our network of walking and cycling routes. Download A Nation with Ambition below:

policy and implementation

The Daily Mile to be rolled out beyond schools in Scotland

Last Updated: 9/19/2017

All Scottish schools are being encouraged to take part in the Daily Mille and the Scottish Government is encouraging schools, nurseries, colleges and universities across the country to join in to make Scotland a Daily Mile nation. Currently, around 800 Scottish primary schools take part in the initiative which encourages people to walk, jog or run a mile every day. It is now being rolled out beyond the school sector.

policy consultation

Sport for everyone - Consultation phase 2

Last Updated: 6/26/2017

A call has been made for written views by the Scottish Parliament and Health and Sport Committee as part of phase 2 of its Sport for Everyone Inquiry. The Committee is keen to receive responses which focus on grassroots sport and the importance of developing strategies to remove barriers to participation. It is also interested in hearing views on how Scotland might increase sport and physical activity participation rates across all groups and sectors of society. Responses could address the following questions: 1. Can you provide examples where a community-based approach has been successful in removing barriers to participation in sport and physical activity? 2. What were the key ingredients to that success? 3. Were there any approaches that were particularly successful in increasing participation among certain social groups, like women, ethnic minorities, certain age-groups? 4.To what extent are these approaches unique to a particular area and set of circumstances, or replicable in other parts of the country? The call for views will close on 30 June. Read more below:

guidance

Sit Less, Move More, Sleep Well: Active Play Guidelines for under fives

Last Updated: 6/26/2017

New Zealand has released new guidelines Sit Less, Move More, Sleep Well: Active play guidelines for under-fives. These guidelines provide population health advice to support practitioners, early childhood educators, regional sports trusts and others who provide advice to parents, care givers or families on physical activity for children under five years of age. The guidelines include discouraging screen time for children under two and limiting screen time to less than one hour every day for children aged two and over, providing regular activity breaks to limit the amount of time a child spends sitting and plenty of opportunities for active play The full article can be accessed below:

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