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Moving Healthcare Professionals Programme

National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine and Ipsos September 2022 https://www.shu.ac.uk/advanced-wellbeing-research-centre/projects/moving-healthcare-professionals-programme-evaluation The Moving Healthcare Professionals Programme (MHPP) is a national programme led by the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) – formerly Public Health England (PHE) – in partnership with Sport England. The MHPP aims to embed physical activity into clinical care for the prevention and management of long-term conditions at a system level. It aims to do this by increasing the capability, opportunity and motivation of healthcare professionals (HCPs) in promoting physical activity to their inactive patients who are at risk of, or living with, long-term health conditions. The MHPP builds on the evidence that shows HCPs are uniquely placed to support people to become more physically active, with the various health benefits this then brings. Healthcare interventions are identified in global guidance as a key area of influence in increasing population physical activity levels and this is reflected in national guidance frameworks1,2 . The National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine (NCSEM – Sheffield, and East Midlands), working in partnership with Ipsos, were commissioned to conduct an evaluation of Phase Two of the MHPP. The evaluation aimed to: (i) assess the impact of the programme and its constituent workstreams; (ii) understand the processes behind effective delivery; and (iii) enable continuous learning and improvement. A theory-driven, mixed methods evaluation approach was taken. Data were collected using surveys (with over 2,400 HCPs), in-depth interviews and discussion groups (collecting the views of over 140 individuals), and analysed alongside monitoring or management data. Workstream logic models underpinned the approach to data collection and analyses. Unless stated as otherwise, the survey data for each workstream is based on the following number of survey completes: 2,250 for the pre- and 263 for the post-training PACC survey, 70 for Moving Medicine, and 104 for E-Learning.
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