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 projects in the Funded Projects section.

Exploring the effect of an intervention on families using an intelligent personal system to deliver behaviour change techniques Angela Carlin, Caomhan Logue, Alison Gallagher, Marie Murphy (Ulster University); Project Partner: The Old Library Trust Healthy Living Centre (OLT) Watch the intelligent personal system project video

Co-designing a mobile application with football fans to promote physical activity John Rooksby, Marta Cecchinato, Parvin Asadzadeh (Northumbria University); Christopher Bunn (University of Glasgow); Project partner: European Healthy Stadia Network CIC Watch the football project video

Assessing and improving the mobility of wheelchair users Ildar Farkhatdinov, Dylan Morrissey, Kaspar Althoefer, Stuart Millar (Queen Mary University of London, QMUL) Watch the wheelchair tracker project video

Journal paper Little rewards big changes: using exercise analytics to motivate sustainable changes in physical activity output of the feasibility project "Improving adult health using real reward nudges through a gamification system" Dr Kirk Plangger, Prof Ko de Ruyter, Dr Sotiris Vandoros, Freddie Dean (King’s College London); Dr Colin Campbell (University of San Diego); Dr Karen Robson (University of Windsor); Mr Marcile Moulene (HiMotiv). Watch the reward nudges video

FitChat: Conversational Artificial Intelligence Interventions for Encouraging Physical Activity in Older Adults conference paper for the feasibility project "Artificial Intelligence Conversational Intervention for Encouraging Physical Activity in Older Adults" Nirmali Wiratunga, Kay Cooper, Stewart Massie (Robert Gordon University); Ehud Reiter (University of Aberdeen); David Sim (Openbrolly) Watch the FitChat project video