The Active Together Partnership are supporting the health system to integrate physical activity into prevention and treatment pathways. Physical activity is an essential tool in supporting people to live healthier, happier lives. Working across the life course the Active Together Partnership will deliver targeted physical activity interventions and self-directed opportunities alongside advocacy within the health system to improve people's physical and mental wellbeing.
Guidance and learning
This document has been created to show how physical activity can be embedded into the health system to support both prevention and treatment. The document outlines what how physical activity can contribute to health outcomes and health policies and provides information on the support available le to do so.
Advising residents to be active for their health
Physical Activity for the Prevention and Management of Long-Term Conditions training session
This FREE, peer-to-peer online training is an opportunity for healthcare professionals to come together and hear from expert physical activity clinical champions, who will support professionals to improve patient care and outcomes through discussing physical activity with their patients.
1,000 GPs found:
• Less than half (44%) of GPs are confident speaking about physical activity with patients
• Over half (55%) of GPs had had no specific training on physical activity in patient care
• 4 in 5 (80%) of GPs not familiar with the UK Chief Medical Officers' guidelines
Benefits of training
The training will provide confidence to discuss matters of physical activity with patients, as well as providing the opportunity to:
• Access evidence-based resources proven to increase knowledge and confidence, and support clinical practice in line with guidance (e.g. NICE)
• Improve management and care of patients with 30+ long-term conditions (e.g. CVD, type 2 diabetes, depression, MSK issues, some cancers).
• Help reduce service demand and costs i.e. the ~£0.9bn annual cost to the NHS associated with insufficient physical activity.
• 84% agreed the training was useful in their work
• 91% would recommend the training to their colleagues
• 40% of HCPs were having more conversations with their patients about physical activity post-training
How can I book a group training session?
Do you have at least 12 HCPs who can access the training?
Will participants be able to attend for at least 1 hour (sessions can be extended but not reduced)
We can arrange a bespoke session for our organisation. at a date and time to suit local needs e.g., Vocational Training Schemes, Protected Learning Time, lunchtime learning, etc.
Open online session will also be available and dates will be available soon.
For more information please contact:
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