Get Active Your Way Every Day
Get active your way every day is a public facing booklet and activity wheel which can be used to educate and encourage those that you are working with to be more active.
Get active your way every day - print friendly resource
This short print-friendly resource is designed for healthcare professionals to give to their patients. This leaflet provides the ‘need to know’ information about being active. More information on being more active can be found in the more detailed get active your way every day booklet.
Scottish physical activity screening questionnaire (Scot-PASQ)
The Scot-PASQ is a tool that can be used to ascertain how active a person is and how ready they are to change their behaviour.
Brief advice and brief intervention scripts
The brief advice and brief intervention scripts describe how advice and interventions can be delivered by professionals.
Physical activity pathway practitioners guide
The physical activity pathway practitioners guide gives rationale and background for professionals on the physical activity pathway, and how to use Scot-PASQ and the brief advice and brief intervention scripts.
Physical activity pathway quick guide
The physical activity pathway quick guide is a shortened version of the full practitioner guide.
Raising the issue of physical activity
The online e-learning module raising the issue of physical activity can be used to increase the professional's knowledge and understanding of the benefits of being physically active and how to raise the issue with patients.
Every step counts video
The Health Promoting Health Service video Every Step Counts visually demonstrates brief advice and brief interventions in practice in the secondary care setting.
Every step counts facilitated learning pack
The Every Step Counts Facilitated Learning Pack is intended to support the learning of professionals as they view the Event Step Counts video.
Dr Mike Evans Visual Lecture 23.5 hours
The visual lecture 23.5 hours gives an overview as to why physcial activity is so important.
Development of key themes for physical activity promotion: learning note
NHS Health Scotland commissioned research to understand the key themes that should be used by professionals to engage members of the public to be more physcially active. This learning note brings together the findings in a succinct summary.
Physical Activity and Health Alliance
Register as a member of PAHA to be kept up to date with the latest developments of physical activity in Scotland.
The Active Scotland website is an interactive online resource which allows the user to find physical activity opportunities in their area. This is an excellent signposting resource.