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    School-based interventions to reduce sedentary behaviour in children: A systematic review [1]
    Self-rated walking pace and all-cause, cardiovascular disease, and cancer mortality: Individual participant pooled analysis of 50,225 walkers from 11 population British cohorts (Pre-published version) [1]
    Session 1: Public health nutrition physical activity prescription for public health [1]
    Snapshots: teacher educator professional learning shaping teacher educator practices [1]
    Speed and exercise intensity of recreational walkers [1]
    Stay active: The physical activity, ageing and health study [1]
    Teacher educators’ enactment of pedagogies that prioritise learning about meaningful physical education (Pre-published version) [1]
    Teacher educators’ perspectives on the implementation of Beginning Teacher Standards for Physical Education in Ireland: developing and regulating the profession? (Pre-published version) [1]
    Teachers’ and students’ perspectives of participating in the ‘Active Classrooms’ movement integration programme (Pre-published version) [1]
    Too cool for school? Musicians as partners in education (Pre-published version) [1]
    Using features of meaningful experiences to guide primary physical education practice (Pre-published version) [1]
    Walking and cardiovascular risk: A meta-analysis of randomised, controlled trials 2361 board #93 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM (Pre-published version) [1]
    Walking to improve cardiovascular health: A meta-analysis of randomised control trials (Pre-published version) [1]
    Walking: The first steps in cardiovascular disease prevention [1]
    What is PE? (Pre-published version) [1]
    Worldwide trends in children’s and adolescents’ body mass index, underweight, overweight and obesity, in comparison with adults, from 1975 to 2016: A pooled analysis of 2,416 population-based measurement studies with 128.9 million participants (Pre-published version) [1]
    ‘Collaborative creativity’ within a jazz ensemble as a musical and social practice (Pre-published version) [1]
    ‘In their shoes’: exploring a modified approach to peer observation of teaching in a university setting (Pre-published version) [1]