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file icon CHAPS final report 2009 09/22/2011 Hits: 3657
file icon CHAPS final_report_2009 10/06/2011 Hits: 3433
file icon Completed Abbotshaugh HIA 09/22/2011 Hits: 4377

  • Foster, Brennan et al (2011) Recruiting Participants to Walking Intervention Studies: a systematic review
file icon Health-and-social-enterprise 09/22/2011 Hits: 5987
file icon How are we doing 1 - intro 02/07/2012 Hits: 3278
file icon How are we doing 2 - project inf 02/07/2012 Hits: 3488
file icon How are we doing 3 - processes 02/07/2012 Hits: 3336
  • Matthews, Brennan et al (2011) 'Don't wait for them to come to you, you go to them' A qualitative study of recruitment approaches in community based walking programmes in the UK
  • Niven et al (2012) ' I got into the habit and it has definitely become a part of me' A qualitative study of why older adults start and continue to walk for health with walking groups.
file icon PFA Final VDS Report 10/06/2011 Hits: 3874
file icon QMU PFA Final Report 02/09/2011 Hits: 3796

This report, produced for the partnership by Bell Ingram Chartered Surveyors, investigates quarried and recycled materials supplied across Scotland and their uses for path construction. PDF 4.75mb

The report investigates traditional materials and the latest recycled materials used in path construction. The study involved interviews with suppliers across Scotland to gauge availability, relative cost and suitability for pathwork. The study also involved interviews with path providers across Scotland to determine which materials were the best and what new and innovative materials have been used. A series of Case Studies gives project details, costs and outcomes. See also the list of Suppliers downloadable separately.

file icon Rich Mitchell's Findings 06/27/2012 Hits: 6820

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