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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.

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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.

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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.

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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

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Development of a draft global action plan to promote physcial activity

Last Updated: 5/19/2017

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has published plans for the development of a Global Action Plan on Physical Activity to be presented to the World Health Assembly in May 2018. An overview of the process for developing the global action plan is below. • May 2017 - A zero draft of the global action plan to include the proposed vision, strategic objectives and set of actions/interventions for all relevant stakeholders. • June 2017 - A technical advisory group will convene to review the zero draft and the output will be a first draft of the plan. • July-September 2017 - An open, web-based consultation on the first draft of the plan and, where feasible, regional consultations with member states. The contributions will be used to develop a second draft. • September 2017 - A consultation with the United Nations agencies in Geneva on the second draft and the contributions will be used to develop a third draft. • October 2017 - Submission of the third draft to the WHO Department of Government Bodies for processing and translation, in time for consideration by the WHO Executive Board in January 2018 • March 2018 - Member state will consider the draft global action plan • March 2018 - Submission of the final draft to the WHO Department of Governing Bodies • May 2018 - Member bodies to consider the final draft. More information can be found on the World Health Organisation website:

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Scottish Health and Social Care Plan

Last Updated: 1/10/2017

The Scottish Government has published its Health and Social Care Delivery Plan which emphasises an approach based on anticipation, prevention and self-management through creating a culture where health behaviours are the norm. In 2017, a new delivery plan will aim to reduce inequalities in physical activity across Scotland. In 2019, an NHS Physical Activity pathway will be embedded in all appropriate clinical settings to ensure that hospitals routinely support staff and patients to be more active, in schools to create quality activity opportunities and in the community through the delivery of 200 Community Sports Hubs. The full delivery plan can be accessed from the link below:

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National Walking Strategy Action Plan

Last Updated: 3/30/2016

The National Walking Strategy Action Plan is a high level plan that has been developed to assist in the delivery of Let's Get Scotland Walking - the National Walking Strategy and its vision.

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A More Active Scotland – Building a Legacy from the Commonwealth Games

Last Updated: 1/28/2015

Scotland has developed its first ever National Physical Activity Implementation Plan, A More Active Scotland – Building a Legacy from the Commonwealth Games.

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Launch of Scotland's first National Physical Activity Implementation Plan

Last Updated: 2/19/2014

The nationwide campaign ‘Fit in 14’ launched today by Commonwealth Games and Sport Minister Shona Robison will encourage Scotland’s workplaces to get more active by making physical activity a part of their everyday lives. This campaign forms part of Scotland’s first ever National Physical Activity Implementation Plan, A More Active Scotland – Building a Legacy from the Commonwealth Games, which has been published on the PAHA website.

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Cycling Action Plan for Scotland.

Last Updated: 6/30/2010

The Cycling Action Plan for Scotland sets out how the Government will get 10% of all journeys by bike by 2020, through expanding cycle routes across the country and enhancing delivery of cycle training in schools.

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Choosing our future: Scotland's Sustainable Development Strategy (2005)

Last Updated: 10/20/2009

Document setting out action which the Government will take in Scotland to turn the shared priorities set out in the UK Framework for sustainable development into action.

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Better Heart Disease and Stroke Care Action Plan

Last Updated: 10/19/2009

A revised strategy for heart disease and stroke in Scotland launched in June 2009.

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On Your Marks...A Games Legacy for Scotland

Last Updated: 10/19/2009

Glasgow 2014, and other major sporting events happening both in Scotland and in the UK between now and 2014, will bring a wealth of opportunities and are about far more than delivering world-class sport. They are about creating a lasting legacy for Scotland.

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