|1.||Appraise methods of measuring participation in physical activity and/or sedentary behaviour and prescribe them to a range of contexts and population groups|
|2.||Conceptually map theories of health behaviour to physical activity and/or sedentary behaviour interventions;|
|3.||Devise evidence based strategies that will facilitate individual adherence to physical activity (including reducing sedentary behaviour) and improve wellbeing from both physical and psychosocial perspectives;|
|4.||Critically review theories of health behaviour, particularly as they apply to active living;|
|5.||Evaluate and provide positive constructive feedback to peers.|
|Case Study||Students will apply their knowledge of measurement of physical activity in to a scenario(s). Also includes peer feedback element (900 word equivalent)||20%|
|Essay||Essay / Report - Application of various theoretical behaviour models of health to physical activity behavior and intervention (3000 words equivalent)||45%|
|Presentation||Seminar Presentation - Recommendations for maximising intervention outcomes (2000 words equivalent)||35%|
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