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Beyond '#endpjparalysis', tackling sedentary behaviour in health care

(2019) AIMS MEDICAL SCIENCE. 6(1). p.67-75
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Reducing Sedentary Behaviour after hospitalization starts with reducing sedentary behaviour whilst in hospital. Although we have eradicated immobilisation as a therapeutic tool due to its potent detrimental effects, it is still in systemic use within health care systems and hospitals. Evidence shows that when in hospital, patients spend most of their time sedentary. In this editorial, we explore the determinants of, and a system-based approach to, reducing sedentary behaviour in health care.
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sitting, physical activity, ageing, inactivity, PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY, OLDER-ADULTS, TIME, RELIABILITY, MORTALITY, VALIDITY, SURGERY, STROKE

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Chastin, Sebastien, et al. “Beyond ‘#endpjparalysis’, Tackling Sedentary Behaviour in Health Care.” AIMS MEDICAL SCIENCE, vol. 6, no. 1, 2019, pp. 67–75.
APA
Chastin, S., Harvey, J., Dall, P., McInally, L., Mavroeidi, A., & Skelton, D. (2019). Beyond “#endpjparalysis”, tackling sedentary behaviour in health care. AIMS MEDICAL SCIENCE.
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Chastin, Sebastien, Juliet Harvey, Philippa Dall, Lianne McInally, Alexandra Mavroeidi, and Dawn Skelton. 2019. “Beyond ‘#endpjparalysis’, Tackling Sedentary Behaviour in Health Care.” AIMS MEDICAL SCIENCE.
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Chastin, Sebastien, Juliet Harvey, Philippa Dall, Lianne McInally, Alexandra Mavroeidi, and Dawn Skelton. 2019. “Beyond ‘#endpjparalysis’, Tackling Sedentary Behaviour in Health Care.” AIMS MEDICAL SCIENCE.
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Chastin S, Harvey J, Dall P, McInally L, Mavroeidi A, Skelton D. Beyond “#endpjparalysis”, tackling sedentary behaviour in health care. Vol. 6, AIMS MEDICAL SCIENCE. 2019. p. 67–75.
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S. Chastin, J. Harvey, P. Dall, L. McInally, A. Mavroeidi, and D. Skelton, “Beyond ‘#endpjparalysis’, tackling sedentary behaviour in health care,” AIMS MEDICAL SCIENCE, vol. 6, no. 1. pp. 67–75, 2019.
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  abstract     = {Reducing Sedentary Behaviour after hospitalization starts with reducing sedentary behaviour whilst in hospital. Although we have eradicated immobilisation as a therapeutic tool due to its potent detrimental effects, it is still in systemic use within health care systems and hospitals. Evidence shows that when in hospital, patients spend most of their time sedentary. In this editorial, we explore the determinants of, and a system-based approach to, reducing sedentary behaviour in health care.},
  author       = {Chastin, Sebastien and Harvey, Juliet and Dall, Philippa and McInally, Lianne and Mavroeidi, Alexandra and Skelton, Dawn},
  issn         = {2375-1576},
  keywords     = {sitting,physical activity,ageing,inactivity,PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY,OLDER-ADULTS,TIME,RELIABILITY,MORTALITY,VALIDITY,SURGERY,STROKE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {67--75},
  series       = {AIMS MEDICAL SCIENCE},
  title        = {Beyond '#endpjparalysis', tackling sedentary behaviour in health care},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3934/medsci.2019.1.67},
  volume       = {6},
  year         = {2019},
}

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