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HTA - 08/72/01

The clinical and cost effectiveness of exercise referral schemes: a systematic review and economic evaluation

Project title: The clinical and cost effectiveness of exercise referral schemes: a systematic review and economic evaluation

Call to action: 08/72 Exercise referral schemes.

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Professor Rod TaylorORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-3043-6011

Lead Author: Mr Toby Pavey

Contractor: University of Exeter

Cost: £156,382.56

Co-investigators: Associate Professor Melvyn Hillsdon, Dr Kenneth Fox, Ms Tiffany Moxham, Professor Adrian Taylor, Professor John Campbell, Professor Paul Trueman.

Started: September 2009 | Status: Published December 2011

Review finds weak evidence to support the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of exercise referral schemes in either people with a medical diagnosis or in those who are sedentary and without a medical diagnosis

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