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The Healthway Strategic Plan 2008-2011 sets key directions for Healthway and identifies Healthway's goals and strategies.
|Resource type:||Policy, Planning and Strategy Documents|
|Tags:||Active living, Government agencies, Health determinants, Health improvement, Health inequalities, Health promotion, Planning (strategic/organisational), Policy, Planning and Strategy Documents, Preventative health, Public health, Research, Strategies, Sustainability|
Classroom First describes a comprehensive set of actions by staff at all levels to support high quality classroom teaching. It also recognises the role of central and regional offices to create the best possible environment for schools to operate.
To understand the impact daylight saving had on the physical activity patterns of Western Australians, a cohort of 1300 adult residents was interviewed about when they were physical active prior to the introduction of daylight saving and again at the end of the daylight saving period.
This WHO planning guide provides a range of ideas, information and tools for developing a comprehensive plan for creating a healthy, active city by enhancing physical activity in the urban environment.
Developed by the Department of Local Government, NSW Health Department, NSW Sport and Recreation, National Heart Foundation of Australia (NSW Division). The purpose of this guide is to provide local governments with a practical resource that will assist them to encourage local communities to be more physically active.
The Physical Activity Taskforce developed the following guide to assist agencies who wish to develop their own plan and to learn from the lessons of local governments who are leading the way in making physical activity a priority in their community.
The Shire implemented a walking program to increase physical activity levels of residents followed by a 10,000 Step Challenge. This case study examines the project objectives, strategies, costs, results and lessons learned.
The resource developed by the Shire of Mukinbudin outlines a 4.6 kilometre walk around the township.
The City of Joondalup booklet showcases a walking route in every suburb of the City.
The resource developed by the Shire of Irwin outlines 12 walks around the township of Dongara Denison and the coastline.
The Shire of Busselton publication 'Walk-Cycle Busselton' showcases five local walking and cycling routes.
The resource developed by the Shire of Dandaragan showcases a walk along the Jurien Bay coastline.
The 'Wicked Walks' resource was developed by the Town of Bassendean in 2008. It includes walk maps for three local suburbs and provides a good example of the type of walking resources Local Governments can produce to encourage the community to get more active.
Seeking to establish a sustainable program for promoting and educating local residents about the benefits of physical activity, the City of Belmont coordinated 10,000 steps programs.
The Physical Activity Taskforce 2006-2007 Evaluation Plan provides a summary of the strategies and program activities undertaken in 2006 to 2007 by key government and non-government agencies represented on the Physical Activity Taskforce.
This report provides data on the health, wellbeing and behaviour of young people in 41 different countries. The data is collected from youth aged between 11 and 15 years old. The report also examines social circumstances affecting young people’s health and behaviour.
This report provides data on the health, wellbeing and behaviour of young people in Scotland aged between 11 and 15 years old. The report also examines social circumstances affecting young people’s health and behaviour.
This research aimed to provide guidance to assist governments, health professionals and the food and beverage industry to recognise trends in diet and physical activity behavioural patterns of Australian children.
Given that physical inactivity is one of the most important and modifiable risk factors contributing to ill health, particularly for people as they age, the Physical Activity Taskforce conducted a secondary analysis of the 2006 adult physical activity survey data, restricted to adults aged over 45 years - the 'baby boomers'.
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