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Published on 25.05.16 in Vol 5, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Organizational-Level Strategies With or Without an Activity Tracker to Reduce Office Workers’ Sitting Time: Rationale and Study Design of a Pilot Cluster-Randomized Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.5438):

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  1. Brakenridge C, Chong Y, Winkler E, Hadgraft N, Fjeldsoe B, Johnston V, Straker L, Healy G, Clark B. Evaluating Short-Term Musculoskeletal Pain Changes in Desk-Based Workers Receiving a Workplace Sitting-Reduction Intervention. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2018;15(9):1975
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  2. Brakenridge CL, Healy GN, Winkler EA, Fjeldsoe BS. What Do Workers Do to Reduce Their Sitting Time? The Relationships of Strategy Use and Workplace Support With Desk-Based Workers’ Behavior Changes in a Workplace-Delivered Sitting-Reduction and Activity-Promoting Intervention. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2018;60(11):1026
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  3. Brakenridge CL, Healy GN, Hadgraft NT, Young DC, Fjeldsoe BS. Australian employee perceptions of an organizational-level intervention to reduce sitting. Health Promotion International 2018;33(6):968
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  4. Morris A, Murphy R, Shepherd S, Graves L. Multi-Stakeholder Perspectives of Factors That Influence Contact Centre Call Agents’ Workplace Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2018;15(7):1484
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  5. Wolfenden L, Goldman S, Stacey FG, Grady A, Kingsland M, Williams CM, Wiggers J, Milat A, Rissel C, Bauman A, Farrell MM, Légaré F, Ben Charif A, Zomahoun HTV, Hodder RK, Jones J, Booth D, Parmenter B, Regan T, Yoong SL. Strategies to improve the implementation of workplace-based policies or practices targeting tobacco, alcohol, diet, physical activity and obesity. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2018;
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  6. Brakenridge CL, Healy GN, Winkler EA, Fjeldsoe BS. Usage, Acceptability, and Effectiveness of an Activity Tracker in a Randomized Trial of a Workplace Sitting Intervention: Mixed-Methods Evaluation. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2018;7(1):e5
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  7. Healy GN, Eakin EG, Winkler EA, Hadgraft N, Dunstan DW, Gilson ND, Goode AD. Assessing the Feasibility and Pre-Post Impact Evaluation of the Beta (Test) Version of the BeUpstanding Champion Toolkit in Reducing Workplace Sitting: Pilot Study. JMIR Formative Research 2018;2(2):e17
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  8. Mackenzie K, Such E, Norman P, Goyder E. The development, implementation and evaluation of interventions to reduce workplace sitting: a qualitative systematic review and evidence-based operational framework. BMC Public Health 2018;18(1)
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  9. Edwardson CL, Biddle SJH, Clarke-Cornwell A, Clemes S, Davies MJ, Dunstan DW, Eborall H, Granat MH, Gray LJ, Healy GN, Richardson G, Yates T, Munir F. A three arm cluster randomised controlled trial to test the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the SMART Work & Life intervention for reducing daily sitting time in office workers: study protocol. BMC Public Health 2018;18(1)
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  10. Shrestha N, Kukkonen-Harjula KT, Verbeek JH, Ijaz S, Hermans V, Pedisic Z. Workplace interventions for reducing sitting at work. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2018;
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  11. Dutheil F, Duclos M, Naughton G, Dewavrin S, Cornet T, Huguet P, Chatard J, Pereira B. WittyFit—Live Your Work Differently: Study Protocol for a Workplace-Delivered Health Promotion. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(4):e58
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  12. Wallmann-Sperlich B, Chau JY, Froboese I. Self-reported actual and desired proportion of sitting, standing, walking and physically demanding tasks of office employees in the workplace setting: do they fit together?. BMC Research Notes 2017;10(1)
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  13. Brakenridge CL, Fjeldsoe BS, Young DC, Winkler EAH, Dunstan DW, Straker LM, Healy GN. Evaluating the effectiveness of organisational-level strategies with or without an activity tracker to reduce office workers’ sitting time: a cluster-randomised trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2016;13(1)
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  14. Loveday A, Sherar LB, Sanders JP, Sanderson PW, Esliger DW. Novel technology to help understand the context of physical activity and sedentary behaviour. Physiological Measurement 2016;37(10):1834
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.5438)

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  1. Healy GN, Goode AD. Sedentary Behaviour Epidemiology. 2018. Chapter 18:445
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