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An Online Intervention to Support Student-Athlete Mental Health: Implementation, Evaluation, and Critical Reflection

Ben Laslett and Mark Uphill

). Reflecting discourse in psychological practice broadly, co-production in the needs analysis was undertaken to inform the intervention. Perhaps more co-productive collaboration in the design, implementation, and evaluation of the intervention would enhance the process and outcomes of this type of support more

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Knowledge Translation Practices, Enablers, and Constraints: Bridging the Research–Practice Divide in Sport Management

Hebe Schaillée, Ramón Spaaij, Ruth Jeanes, and Marc Theeboom

, integrated knowledge translation can accelerate the benefits of research-based knowledge in terms of strengthening policies, programs, and services, and improving their outcomes for individuals and communities. Multiple terms, such as knowledge utilization, knowledge transfer, and coproduction, are used to

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Whole of Systems Approaches to Physical Activity Policy and Practice in Australia: The ASAPa Project Overview and Initial Systems Map

William Bellew, Ben J. Smith, Tracy Nau, Karen Lee, Lindsey Reece, and Adrian Bauman

, co-production of a systems-based PA policy framework, review of PA monitoring and surveillance systems, and initial planning for a PA community of practice knowledge hub. Project Characteristics, Methods, and Process The ASAPa project has a small multidisciplinary team of public health academics with

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Contradiction or Cohesion? Tracing Questions of Protection and Fairness in Scientifically Driven Elite Sport Policies

Anna Posbergh

, and political organizational commitments. I employ Sheila Jasanoff’s idea of co-production to understand how specific knowledges and policy approaches were and are privileged in constructions of fairness and protection while others are silenced or less dominant. I focus on three questions: (a

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Help-Seeking Beliefs Among Anabolic Androgenic Steroid Users Experiencing Side Effects: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis

Hugh Gilmore, Stephen Shannon, Gerard Leavey, Martin Dempster, Shane Gallagher, and Gavin Breslin

alongside the healthcare providers ( Ryan & Deci, 2017 ). Client-centered care has been shown to be more effective when interventions are designed and implemented through a co-production basis that integrates all of the relevant stakeholders from the outset (e.g., patients, counselors, recruitment officers

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Customer Engagement in Sport: An Updated Review and Research Agenda

Heath McDonald, Rui Biscaia, Masayuki Yoshida, Jodie Conduit, and Jason P. Doyle

question of how the engagement concept is different from related concepts such as coproduction, co-creation, and fan loyalty. Types and Evolution of CE and CEB Table  1 summarizes the types and evolution of CE and CEB. This review highlights that two major approaches to CE have been adopted by most

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Opportunities for Physical Activity Research in Africa: Desert or Oasis?

Adewale L. Oyeyemi

achieved through a shift in focus toward a system-based participatory co-creation and co-production approach that involves collaborations among physical activity researchers, community partners, and policy makers across multiple sectors. 7 However, a gap continues to exist in the volume of physical

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Evidence-Informed Recommendations for Community-Based Organizations Developing Physical Activity Information Targeting Families of Children and Youth With Disabilities

Rebecca Bassett-Gunter, Jennifer Tomasone, Amy Latimer-Cheung, Kelly Arbour-Nicitopoulos, Katerina Disimino, Victoria Larocca, Lauren Tristani, Kathleen Martin Ginis, Jennifer Leo, Leigh Vanderloo, Dave Sora, and Archie Allison

evidence-informed recommendations for developing PA information targeting families of CYD. This specific paper describes the process of establishing the recommendations through “co-production” between the researchers and knowledge users (i.e., CBOs that promote PA for CYD and families of CYD) such that the

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Accessible Guide for People With Intellectual Disabilities in a Fitness Environment: A Delphi Study

San Hong, Jieun Yang, Donghyun Kim, and Yongho Lee

sought to include the voices of disabled people via follow-up interviews. It must be said that, moving forward, to avoid tokenistic coproduction, the type of coproduction known as equitable and experientially informed coproduced research ( Smith et al., 2022 ) should be adopted and practiced faithfully

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Translational Physical Activity Research Involving People With Disabilities: A Review and a Call to Action

Kathleen A. Martin Ginis, Sarah V.C. Lawrason, and Haley A. Berrisford

guidance for research coproduction in sport, exercise, and health ( Smith et al., 2022 ), scientists can avoid tokenistic engagement with disability communities and ensure that the communities’ values, needs, and preferences are addressed. In summary, the needs of individuals with disabilities in PA