NOW OPEN: Call for proposals to run summer and/or winter schools for early-career and established researchers Call opens: Monday 27th November 2017 Call closes: Wednesday 31st January 2018 Funding available: Up to £9,000 sponsorship (per application) towards direct …

As part of the start-up phase of the GetAMoveOn Network+ , we funded a number of thinkpieces to help scope and define approaches and stimulate debate around our aims and themes. Our latest thinkpiece is Going beyond motivation! A framework for the design of technology for supporting physical…

'A review of physical-activity tracking technologies and how to assess their effectiveness' (Harrison, Bianchi-Berthouze and Marshall 2017) 'When wearable devices fail - towards an improved understanding of what makes a successful wearable intervention' (Ellis and Piwek 2017) You can download our…

Call for proposals for small events & other activities - Aug 2017

Funding to run an event relating to technology & physical activity

We are inviting proposals for events and activities within the themes of ‘the aim of transforming health through enabling mobility’ which support the network’s aims of collaboration and impact. We particularly welcome inter-disciplinary proposals - collaborative proposals, involving applicants from …

Missed out on our workshop on activity tech for older adults?

See what we got up to & download presentations

On June 27th 2017 we held a workshop on using technology to help older adults to be physically active. We heard findings from some of the most recent research on the topic, focusing on different technologies, different user groups, and different types of physical activity; we learned about…

Our 1st Symposium took place on 24th & 25th May 2017. If you were there, you'll know what a fantastic event it was. If you missed it, you can: download the symposium proceedings booklet with the full agenda and abstracts, and here's a compilation of tweets from the day to give you a flavour…

Workshop announced for June 2017

Using technology to help older adults be physically active

We will be holding our first workshop: Using Technology to Help Older Adults be Physically Active on June 27th 2017, hosted by Professor Lucy Yardley of University of Oxford and University of Southampton, with a keynote address from Professor Nanette Mutrie, University of Edinburgh. The purpose of…