23 November 2016
ukactive Executive Director Steven Ward said:
The government’s commitment to making our workforce more productive must be driven by an investment in people.
We know that an active workforce is a more productive workforce so it’s vital that we make it easier for our staff to exercise more.
21 November 2016
ukactive Research Institute to partner National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine and Public Health England on Promising Practice 2
The ukactive Research Institute has today (21 November) launched a major new research project to identify 'what works' for getting people more active.
With Britain's physical inactivity epidemic costing £20bn each year and causing 37,000 deaths, Promising Practice 2 aims to identify and stimulate scalable solutions to one of society's biggest challenges.
21 November 2016
ukactive Research Director Dr Steven Mann reiterated calls for a major shake-up of youth physical activity provision this morning (21 November) after new research showed British children are among the least active in the world.
Dr Mann featured in the top story on ITV's flagship morning news programme Good Morning Britain, discussing the findings of a global report on children's activity levels presented to the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health.
16 November 2016
Jam-packed programme to feature high-level keynotes and lively debates on sector’s most pressing topics
ukactive has unveiled the full agenda for the Active Training Conference 2016, with a jam-packed schedule of world-class speakers set to highlight key aspects of building a winning workplace culture.
The key ingredients of what makes for a successful workplace culture and how companies can inspire one will be a major theme of this year’s Conference.
14 November 2016
ukactive Chair Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson today (14 November) made an impassioned case for a £1bn regeneration scheme to save the NHS by transforming the UK's ageing fleet of leisure centres into modern wellness hubs. Appearing on BBC Two's Daily Politics show alongside heavyweight MPs Chuka Umunna, Damian Collins and Yvette Cooper, Baroness Grey-Thompson said it's time for a "joined-up approach to health delivery," with a greater focus on prevention over cure.
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