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A multi-centred RCT of an augmented exercise referral scheme using web-based behavioural support in individuals with metabolic, musculo-skeletal and mental health conditions

Project title: A multi-centred RCT of an augmented exercise referral scheme using web-based behavioural support in individuals with metabolic, musculo-skeletal and mental health conditions

Call to action: 13/25 13/25 Interventions to enhance engagement in exercise referral schemes

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Adrian TaylorORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0003-2701-9468

Lead Author: Professor Adrian TaylorORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0003-2701-9468

Contractor: University of Plymouth

Cost: £899,059.00

Co-investigators: Professor Kate Jolly, Professor Lucy Yardley, Professor Nanette Mutrie, Professor Paul Little, Dr Jo Erwin, Dr Nana Anokye, Professor Ray Jones, Mr Ben Jane, Professor Rod Taylor, Ms Patricia Vickery, Professor Sarah Dean, Professor Anthony Woolf, Professor Colin Greaves, Professor John Campbell.

Started: January 2015 | Status: Published November 2020

ISRCTN: 15644451

This trial did not demonstrate that adding the e-coachER support package to exercise referral schemes helped participants with chronic conditions to increase objectively measured moderate and vigorous physical activity.

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