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Modelling preventative interventions to address inequalities in chronic disease

Heart disease is still a major cause of disability and death, and it particularly affects people in socioeconomically disadvantaged groups.

October 2012 - September 2015

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Active buildings: modelling physical activity and movement in office buildings

Although it is well documented that regular exercise and reduced sitting has positive health benefits, the number of people regularly exercising remains low and sitting time remains high.

November 2012 - March 2015

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Community –based prevention of diabetes (ComPoD)

The aim of this project was to assess whether an existing community-based diabetes prevention programme was more successful than the usual care received by those who are risk of developing diabetes to lose weight, modify other diabetes risk factors and improve their health.

July 2014 - December 2016

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Relocation to New Environments (RENEW)

Physical activity is important for health and many people would benefit from being more active.

January 2013 - May 2015

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