Utilizing the National Physical Activity Plan to Create a Disease-Specific Approach: Environmental and Policy Strategies to Increase Physical Activity Among Adults With Arthritis

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The Environmental and Policy Strategies to Increase Physical Activity Among Adults with Arthritis report focuses on the ways to make physical activity more convenient and accessible for adults with arthritis. The report is designed to engage 6 important sectors, which were adapted from the National Physical Activity Plan, as partners with a mutual interest in increasing physical activity among adults with arthritis using environmental and policy strategies. It serves as a call to action for each of these sectors to collaborate and focus more attention on helping people live well with arthritis and be a productive part of our society.

The authors are with the Dept of Public Health Policy and Advocacy, Arthritis Foundation, Washington D.C.

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