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Delivery Approaches Within Exercise Referral Schemes: A Survey of Current Practice in England

Nikita Rowley, James Steele, Steve Mann, Alfonso Jimenez, and Elizabeth Horton

noncommunicable diseases, to increase their physical activity (PA) levels in nonclinical environments such as leisure facilities and fitness gyms. 4 – 7 The delivery models and standards within exercise referral have been reported as heterogeneous. 8 , 9 In the 1990s and early 2000s, prompt preliminary

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Measuring Learning and Promoting Academic Integrity in Online Instruction

Duane Knudson and Melissa Bopp

Public health concerns from the COVID-19 pandemic drove a majority of university instruction from traditional, face-to-face delivery to hybrid and online delivery in early 2020. This likely slowed the spread of the disease and sparked a reexamination of university instruction; however, it may have

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Physical Activity and Risk of Cesarean Delivery in Hispanic Women

Lindsey M. Russo, Megan W. Harvey, Penelope Pekow, and Lisa Chasan-Taber

Cesarean deliveries are associated with increased risk of maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality compared with vaginal deliveries, 1 , 2 and infants born via cesarean delivery are at increased risk for neonatal respiratory morbidity and hypoglycemia. 2 , 3 Women who have had a previous

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Does Delivery Length Impact Measures of Whole-Body Biomechanical Load During Pace Bowling?

Samuel J. Callaghan, Robert G. Lockie, Walter Yu, Warren A. Andrews, Robert F. Chipchase, and Sophia Nimphius

Cricket pace bowlers report a greater injury risk in comparison with other playing activities in cricket. 1 – 3 The increased injury risk has been linked to the potential for the adoption of more injury-susceptible techniques and high biomechanical loading experienced during the delivery stride

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The Relationship Between Prescribed, Perceived, and Actual Delivery Intensity in Cricket Pace Bowling

Simon A. Feros, Damon A. Bednarski, and Peter J. Kremer

between coaches’ prescribed intensity and the individual swimmers’ perception. 7 Meanwhile, runners and soccer players appear to perceive a lower intensity on hard training days planned by the coach and vice versa on easy sessions. 8 , 9 In cricket pace bowling, the prescribed intensity of a delivery

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Effective Delivery of Pressure Training: Perspectives of Athletes and Sport Psychologists

William R. Low, Joanne Butt, Paul Freeman, Mike Stoker, and Ian Maynard

pressure and other challenges common in competition. Pressure manipulations may be necessary but not sufficient for PT to improve performance because effectiveness may also depend on a practitioner or coach’s delivery of the intervention. Previous studies have illustrated the importance of delivery and

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Evaluating Sport Psychology Service Delivery for Elite USA Track and Field Athletes: Findings and Recommendations

Lennie Waite, Chris Stanley, Brian Zuleger, and Anne Shadle

.g., prelims, semis, finals) or in multiple events (e.g., relays, individual events) throughout the course of a meet makes this a unique environment for SP service delivery. Some events end “on failure” regardless of objective performance outcome (e.g., high jump, pole vault), some competitions are head-to-head (e

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Parental Perceptions of the Importance and Effectiveness of Patient-Centered Care Delivery

Sadie Rose Adado and Kenneth E. Games

Key Points ▸ Parents rated PCC “very important,” and rated providers “very effective” in the delivery of PCC. ▸ Healthcare can be improved through education, awareness, and competency of PCC. ▸ Practitioners must consider an integrative and multidimensional approach to care to improve outcomes

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Comparison of Athletic Trainer Stress and Job Satisfaction with Different Models of Care Delivery

Carrie S. Baker and Gary B. Wilkerson

study was to determine if differences exist in self-reported AT stress and job satisfaction between athletic trainers who work in a TM versus a PCM for delivery of athletic training services. Methods Participants A targeted sampling of comparable institutions, according to level of sport competition and

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Mental Performance Consultants’ Perspectives on Content and Delivery of Sport Psychology Services to Masters Athletes

Tyler Makepeace and Bradley W. Young

service delivery. In sum, this study aimed to explore MPCs’ perspectives on sport psychology with MAs. It explored MPCs’ beliefs about how their services support MAs’ performance, their experiences, and their capability to sustain an adult sport lifestyle. We sought to hear consultants’ perspectives on