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Source: United Kingdom – Ministry of Defence

Documents

PHE DOfit Evaluation Report
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DOfit Evaluation Report Annexe
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Healthy weight and physical activity infographic
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Details

This report shares learning from the development of the Defence Occupational Fitness (‘DOfit’) programme, offering insights into how the initiative has evolved since the pilot study and planned next steps, including:

a description of the Defence Health and Wellbeing Adviser (DHWA) training, to upskill health and healthcare staff to deliver the DOfit programme

an overview of the standards and frameworks used to measure outcomes

interviews with service personnel, DHWA practitioners and military leaders

Published 28 December 2020

MIL OSI United Kingdom