Welcome to the GetAMoveOn Network+

Funded by the EPSRC, the GetAMoveOn Network+ brings together experts in human computer interaction, health psychology, behaviour change, sensor networks, data analytics, interactive visualisation, sports and exercise science, and citizen engagement, with the aim of transforming health through enabling mobility with the help of digital technology.

Feasibility study reports

Reports of funded research projects

Eight feasibility projects were awarded funding from the GetAMoveOn Network 'plus' funds. This section contains links to the final reports of those projects. It will be updated with new reports as the remaining projects are completed over the coming months. You can find out more about each of these …

Enabling better health for all: the role for digital technologies to help people move more and stay healthier for longer

A response from the GetaMoveOn Network+ to Advancing our Health: prevention in the 2020s

The government's green paper published in July 2019 Advancing our Health: prevention in the 2020s sets out the government’s strategy for putting health prevention and digitally-enabled services at the heart of healthcare. In this briefing document we: Outline the central role played by physical a …

Failing to encourage physical activity with wearable technology: what next? - paper from David Ellis and Lucasz Piwek published in JRSM 2018, developed from a thinkpiece they wrote for us. David A Ellis & Lukasz Piwek (2018) Failing to encourage physical activity with wearable technology: what …

If you're looking for an expert who knows the facts about the benefits and challenges of getting people to be more physically active, and how technology can help people to sit less and move more, you're in the right place. Use the search box to find someone who knows about the particular topic you're interested in, or you can select tags to filter results and find people who can help you. They're all experts in their field, media trained, great communicators, and they're ready and willing to share their specialist knowledge and expertise with journalists, media researchers and other professionals in need of an informed opinion from someone who really knows what they're talking about.

Get moving to manage stress

How wellbeing self-tracking apps can support exercise behaviour change for people experiencing stress

Physical activity is an effective stress management technique. Self-tracking and stress management apps have the potential to support people in both maintaining physical activity and helping them manage their stress. As 74% of UK adults reported feeling overwhelmed at least at some point during …