Sedentary behaviour research at SCPHRP- Stand Up for Health and more

Activity: Academic talk or presentation typesInvited talk


Presentation at the Invited Speaker Series: Centre for Organisational Health and Wellbeing, Lancaster University
Divya Sivaramakrishnan (Chancellor's Fellow) and Jillian Manner (Research Fellow & PhD student) from the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy (SCPHRP), University of Edinburgh presented on the Stand Up for Health project. Stand Up for Health is an NIHR-funded cluster randomised feasibility trial of an intervention to reduce sedentary behaviour in contact (call) centres. They will discuss the intervention design and results as well as how the intervention was adapted during the Covid-19 pandemic. Divya will also be presenting on the ongoing Break it Up! project which looks at reducing long periods of desk time while working from home. Finally, Jillian will present part of her PhD project which looks at how organisational and cultural factors impact workplace health programmes.
Period13 May 2022
Held atLancaster University, Centre for Organisational Health and Wellbeing, United Kingdom