Exercise on referral: past, present and the future
  • Room Baylis 1, ITTC, ITTC Building, Plymouth Science Park, Derriford, Plymouth

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This informal seminar is presented by Professor Adrian Taylor, Chair in Health Services Research and Associate Dean for Research.

The talk covers:

  • Where did Exercise Referral Systems (ERS) come from and are there similarities to current growth in interest in ‘social prescribing’ in primary care?
  • ERS evidence for effectiveness and cost effectiveness 
  • Rationale for e-coachER support and trial 
  • Sample characteristics and timeline for trial output and dissemination 
  • Other primary care physical activity referral research.

The seminar is open to University of Plymouth students and staff. Contact laura.gill@plymouth.ac.uk to book a place.

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