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Capabilities for an Active Lifestyle

(Deutsch) Capital4Health beim DVS – Hochschultag in Berlin

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(Deutsch) Scaling-Up Workshop am 01.08.2019

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(Deutsch) Capital4Health zu Besuch bei den GesundheitsregionPlus

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Annual meeting of the Capital4Health International Scientific Advisory Board in Erlangen, Germany.

The international scientific advisory board of Capital4Health convened from 3 to 5 December 2018 for its annual meeting with the research teams of the six subprojects of the consortium. As in previous years, the three day event took place at the Department of Sport...

Here, you can finde more information about the consortium’s set-up, its goals and actions. 

The projects engage in various settings with different goals and approaches. To find out more about each individual project, click here.

To find out more about the current news of the consortium you can click here

A research consortium for an interactive knowledge exchange within health promotion

The CAPITAL4HEALTH consortium aims to develop and research capabilities for active lifestyles among different population target groups and among professional target groups as well as the structural capacities located at the organizational and system level through an interactive knowledge-to-action approach. It is a regionally based, transdisciplinary consortium from research institutions (university and non- university-based, national and international), policy and practice partners. A number of empirical projects develop, implement, and evaluate interventions to promote capabilities among different age groups and among relevant professional target groups as well as capacities at organizational and system level in relevant settings to sustainably implement those interventions into routine services.
Two cross-cutting projects on (a) concepts and methods of capability development and interactive knowledge-to-action and (b) evaluation of the development of capabilities aim to contribute to health promotion research in the fields of theory- building, methodological enhancement and evaluation.

 

What if…

…everyone met the physical activity recommendations?

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saving of health-related costs

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avoid premature mortality

In reality, though, it looks quite different: 

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Physical inactivity

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Obesity/adipositas