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 Vol 14: A natural experiment to examine the impact of park renewal on park-use and park-based physical activity in a disadvantaged neighbourhood: the REVAMP study methods.


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This article is from BMC Public Health, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Modifying the built environment by improving parks is potentially a sustainable way to increase population level physical activity.
Despite considerable investment in parks and park renovations, few natural experiments on the impact of improving amenities on park use and park-bas

Author: Veitch, Jenny; Salmon, Jo; Carver, Alison; Timperio, Anna; Crawford, David; Fletcher, Elly; Giles-Corti, Billie

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