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Physical Activity brief advice in primary care (partial update of PH2)

Physical activity - brief advice for adults in primary care (partial update of PH2)

Status: History
Expected date of issue: May 2013
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This is a partial update of the 'brief advice' recommendations from NICE guidance on 'Four commonly used methods to increase physical activity' (PH2). This update will have an additional focus on infrastructure and systems detail. It will also consider mental wellbeing as an outcome as well as physical activity.

NICE is also updating the 'exercise referral' recommendations in PH2.

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NICE project team

Executive Lead: Andrew Dillon
Director: Mike Kelly
Associate Director: Simon Ellis
Lead Analyst: James Jagroo
Health Economist: Kim Jeong
Project Manager: Victoria Axe
Coordinator: Denise Jarrett
Communications Lead: Shalu Kanal
Implementation Lead: Alexa Biesty
Public involvement Lead: Jessica Fielding
Review Team:

School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield and the Health Economics Research Group (HERG), Brunel University

Project Email Address: PAinprimarycare@nice.org.uk
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Provisional schedule

Consultation on draft scope by stakeholders: 4 November - 2 December 2011
Final scope published: January 2012
Consultation on draft guidance: 21 November 2012 - 23 January 2013
Expected date of issue: May 2013
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Stakeholders

List of registered stakeholders

Please be aware that the meeting with stakeholder organisations will not be taking place for this topic.

National organisations wishing to register as a stakeholder can do so via the link below.

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Key documents

This page was last updated: 06 June 2013

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