Apologies for any cross posting.
I thought you might be interested in this webinar from PHE's Physical Activity Team "Cycling and walking for individual, population and health system benefits: a rapid evidence review for health and care system decision-makers."
The authors noted "There is little specific evidence available on the benefits of walking and cycling for people with disabilities and those living with long-term conditions. Similarly, there is little about the effects on groups living with different levels of deprivation. It would be helpful if these gaps were addressed, particularly regarding practical methods to improve access to physical activity for these groups."
Tues 29 Jan 2019 1-2pm. Registration details are in the attached flier.
Sheffield Hallam University Occupational Therapy student
The power of inclusive cycling https://janetpaskeblog.wordpress.com
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