Following our recent call for proposals to run small events and activities, we're delighed to announce that we now have six events lined up for the next couple of months or so: three research oriented workshops aimed at academics and practitioners, each with an associated public event to help…

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 Sedentary Behaviour and Physical Activity Interventions in Older Adults using Digital…

Call opens: Wednesday 14th February 14th 2018 Call closes: Wednesday 28th March 2018 at 12.00 midday BST Funding available: Small grants of up to £2500 (including VAT) for direct costs We are inviting proposals for small events & activities which support ‘the aim of transforming health through en…

We have anounced our first call for proposals for Feasibility Funding. More information including how to apply OVERVIEW The purpose of this Feasibility Funding is to provide short term support to allow initial investigation of new ideas which are strongly aligned to the GetAMoveOn Network+ aims and…

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…