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Impact and process evaluation of a co-designed 'Move More, Sit Less' intervention in a public sector workplace.

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High levels of sitting are associated with increased risk of adverse health outcomes, including chronic disease. Extensive sitting at work is common, hence organisations should provide options to employees to reduce prolonged sitting.

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Name: Work (Reading, Mass.)
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