Impact of the British Lung Foundation Active Steps service on patient reported outcomes: (i) concurrent cohort study, (ii) process evaluation, (iii) economic evaluation. Presentations at European Respiratory Society International Congress 2021

Jones, Arwel, Robinson, Hayley, Saunders, Mark , Brewster, Amanda, Ridyard, Colin, Smith, Murray, Peel, J, Shopland, J, Wilson, C, Frizzell, S, Dean, A, Hinchcliffe, M, Siriwardena, Niro and Law, Graham (2021) Impact of the British Lung Foundation Active Steps service on patient reported outcomes: (i) concurrent cohort study, (ii) process evaluation, (iii) economic evaluation. Presentations at European Respiratory Society International Congress 2021. In: European Respiratory Society International Congress, 5-8 September 2021, Barcelona.

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Impact of the British Lung Foundation Active Steps service on patient reported outcomes: concurrent cohort study
First accepted abstract - clinical study (Graham Law)
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Process evaluation of the British Lung Foundation Active Steps service
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Economic evaluation of the British Lung Foundation Active Steps service
Third accepted abstract - economic evaluation (Murray Smith)
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Economic evaluation of the British Lung Foundation Active Steps service
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Item Type:Conference or Workshop contribution (Presentation)
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Abstract

Background: Active Steps is a remote behaviour change service supporting inactive adults with a lung
condition to become physically active.
Aim: To determine the efficacy of Active Steps in improving physical activity and quality life.

Additional Information:Interview with Arwel Jones who won the "ERS Best Abstract Grant for Healthy Lungs" for the abstract: "Impact of the British Lung Foundation Active Steps service on patient reported outcomes" (https://europeanlung.org/en/news-and-blog/interview-with-arwel-jones/)
Keywords:Active Steps, Behavioural science, Physical activity, Chronic lung diseases
Subjects:B Subjects allied to Medicine > B990 Subjects Allied to Medicine not elsewhere classified
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Health & Social Care
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ID Code:46961
Deposited On:08 Dec 2021 16:51

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