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2018

Promoting physical activity – reducing obesity and non-communicable diseases

Giles-Corti, W., Bull, F., Christian, H., Sugiyama, T., Koohsari, M. J. & Hooper, P., 2018, Oxford Textbook of Nature and Public Health : The Role of Nature in Improving the Health of a Population. Bird, W. & van Den Bosch, M. (eds.). UK: Oxford University Press, p. 97-107

Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paperChapter

physical activity
obesity
public space
open space
health and disease

Understanding the relationship between dog ownership and children's physical activity and sedentary behavior

Christian, H., Westgarth, C. & Della Vedova, D., 2018, Physical Activity and Health Promotion in the Early Years: Effective Strategies for Early Childhood Educators. Springer, p. 113-130

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Ownership
Dogs
Exercise
Pediatric Obesity
Walking
2017
1 Citation (Scopus)

Dog walking

Christian, H., McCormack, G., Evenson, K. R. & Maitland, C., 2017, Walking: Connecting Sustainable Transport with Health. Mulley, C., Gebel, K. & Ding, D. (eds.). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Vol. 9. p. 113-135 (Transport and Sustainability; vol. 9).

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evidence
sense of responsibility
local law
social marketing
demographic situation
2011

Dog walking as a catalyst for strengthening the social fabric of the community

Wood, L. & Christian, H., 2011, The Health Benefits of Dog Walking for People and Pets: Evidence and Case Studies. Johnson, B. & McCune (eds.). United States: Purdue University Press, p. 51-74

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Dog walking as physical activity for older adults

Thorpe, R., Christian, H. & Bauman, A., 2011, The Health Benefits of Dog Walking for People and Pets: Evidence and Case Studies. Johnson, B. & McCune (eds.). United States: Purdue University Press, p. 75-88 (New Directions in the Human-Animal Bond).

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International perspectives on the epidemiology of dog walking

Bauman, A., Christian, H., Thorpe, R. J. J. & Macniven, R., 2011, The Health Benefits of Dog Walking for People and Pets: Evidence and Case Studies. Johnson, B. & McCune (eds.). United States: Purdue University Press, p. 25-50

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