Are Interventions Supporting Physical ACtivity modified by the Environment (InSPACE)? Are Interventions Supporting Physical ACtivity modified by the Environment (InSPACE)? Increasing physical activity is critical to improving health, but the efficacy of physical activity interventions may be influenced by the context in which individuals are trying to increase this healthy behavior. Robust examination of pooled data based on participants in prior physical activity intervention trials across the U.S. will allow for an aggregation and ultimately better understanding of how built and social environment factors affect physical activity outcomes and how critical individual demographics impact these effects. Findings could rapidly and efficiently identify who will be responsive to existing physical activity interventions in what contexts and encourage innovation in changing interventions to better match environmental contexts of individuals seeking to increase physical activity.
|Effective start/end date||1/1/22 → 4/30/22|
- HHS: National Institutes of Health (NIH): $9,420.00
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