The Australian Systems Approaches to Physical Activity (ASAPa) final project report
This final project report provides insights into the existing physical activity landscape to understand how different sectors contribute to population physical activity in their policies and programs, and how states and territories are measuring physical activity in their adult populations.
The project developed practical resources, including a conceptual systems map for physical activity, and a world-first comprehensive guide on systems approaches for physical activity, Getting Australia Active 3: A systems approach to physical activity for policy makers.
It also progressed understanding around the role of laws and regulation for physical activity and on laws that affect the built environment for walking and cycling in Australia.
Getting Australia Active III: A systems approach to physical activity for policy makersResource category: ReportsDate
Getting Australia Active III: 12 summariesResource category: ReportsDate
The Australian Systems Approaches to Physical Activity (ASAPa) projectResource category: VideosDate
Building a systems map of the influences on physical activityResource category: VideosDate
How can we advance systems approaches for physical activity in Australia?Resource category: Findings BriefDate
Systems approaches to physical activity: new tools and resourcesTypePublicationsDate