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1. Physical Activity Theory of Change

 

CITY MOVE develops a comprehensive and comparative CITY-GAPPA Theory of Change. This includes operationalised measures for stakeholder engagement and context analyses adapted and refined to six cities through engagement with local stakeholders addressing key needs, risks, uncertainties and resources in each context. (WP1: D1.1 and 1.2)

2. Key insights from the action research

 

To support cities in the successful implementation and tailoring of early phase city GAPPA interventions the local contexts through action research in cities is presented. (WP2: D2.1)

3. Intervention implementation and evaluation report (based on late interventions and Report on cross-settings implementation and evaluation lessons and recommendations

 

To assess the selected late-phase interventions to improve physical activity in cities in terms of acceptability, reach, adoption, implementation, feasibility, fidelity, and sustainability guided by the RE-AIM and PRISM framework. (WP3: D3.1 and 3.2)

4. Database and template for documenting existing routine data and Guidance document on using routine data for natural experiment evaluation.

 

To improve the identification, development, and utilisation of routinely collected and other sources data as a tool to monitor and evaluation successful implementation. (WP4: D4.1 and 4.2)

5. Core set of process/implementation, costs and outcomes indicators for the Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) framework and a Generic MCDA tool applicable to evaluate the desirability of city-GAPPA interventions.

 

To generate cross-contextual evidence on implementation, evaluation and scalability through MCDA and develop into a tool to support assessment of city-GAPPA intervention desirability. (WP5: D5.1. and 5.2)

6. Dissemination, exploitation & communication plan and International conference

 

To enable policy makers, practitioners, NGO’s and entrepreneurs to develop, implement and evaluate innovative NCD/physical activity initiatives and show how an inclusive comprehensive approach can deliver on city-GAPPA. (WP6: D6.1 and 6.2)