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Case studies

There are many ways to successfully integrate physical activity initiatives into routine clinical care. Here are a few ways we’ve used Moving Medicine resources to improve patient care across a range of settings. The more ideas we can share on successful case studies the quicker we can all help our healthcare systems develop so we’d love to hear from you and share your case studies here, so please get in touch.

Successful physical activity case studies

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Integrating Physical Activity into an outpatient service

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Integrating physical activity into a surgical pathway

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Integrating physical activity into a chronic condition

Integrating physical activity into an inpatient service

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