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Lindsey Dugdill

 

Lindsey Dugdill (B.A., M.A., M.Phil., PhD) is a Professor in Public Health and the former Associate Dean (Research) at the University of Salford at Manchestor, England. She has published work on health evaluation in the workplace for the World Health Organisation (1999; 2001) and has been a member of several national expert groups, such as the Department of Health Obesity Task Force (2005), and the CMO task group on Physical Activity (2012). She has led a review of the evidence regarding workplace physical activity interventions for the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE, 2007), and was a member of the NICE Programme Development Group for Children’s Physical Activity guidelines (2009). She has managed research grants over £2.4 million in total and currently is a co-editor of the International Journal of Workplace Health Management, for which she edited a special edition on physical activity in the workplace in 2009. She has just finished an evaluation of the health and cost effectiveness of Free Swimming in the North West of England.

 

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