The Knowledge Hub on the Determinants of diet and physical activity– a Joint Action launched by JPI HDHL – has another paper published on an international journal, based on work in Work Package 1.2 “Assessment and harmonization of assessment of physical activity and sedentary behaviours”

 DEDIPAC is a consortium of 68 research groups from 13 countries with the aim to better understand how biological, ecological, psychological, sociological, economic and socio-economic factors influence consumer decision making and how to translate that knowledge into the development of strategies for effective disease prevention in target populations. The DEDIPAC publication "Are Self-Report Measures Able to Define Individuals as Physically Active or Inactive?" is accepted and published (ahead of print) in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. The paper, first-authored by Jostein Steene-Johannessen, presents and discusses the work done in task 1.2.2 and can be viewed and downloaded here