1. Develop and maintain a web-based information resource for workplaces, primary care providers and the community about opportunities to improve physical activity and nutrition levels.
A trusted, consolidated information source for healthy lifestyle advice and relevant government, community and commercial activities would provide a valuable tool for individuals and health professionals. Success of the website will depend on it being relevant, up-to-date and easy to understand.
2. Collect and evaluate usage and demand data about walking and cycling infrastructure to guide actions that increase use.
A larger evidence base will improve the business case for future investments in walking and cycling infrastructure. It will also help identify priority areas and factors which support active travel.
3. Improve the collection and assessment of biometric data in General Practice.
General Practice provides an ideal setting for stronger preventative health action on obesity and overweight. Improving data capture in General Practice offers new potential for identifying and evaluating healthy weight initiatives.