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Focus Groups: Dogs And Physical Activity Intervention Study (DAPA-IS) Focus Groups

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Dogs And Physical Activity Intervention Study (DAPA-IS) Focus Groups : Exploring barriers and Motivators to Walking your Dog Other events...
We are seeking volunteers for a study investigating ways to improve the health and well being of dog owners and their dogs. If you own a dog, but do not walk it very often we would like you to hear from you.

Participation in this study will involve attending a 1-2 hour discussion with about 10 other dog owners about the barriers and incentives for walking your dog. The discussion groups will run on: Friday 8th July 2011 (12.00-13.30) & Monday 11th- Thursday 14th July 2011 (12.00-13.30 and 16.00-1730)

You only need to attend one session.

Participants will be offered $20 cash or the equivalent in pet supplies as a token of appreciation for participation.

We would appreciate if you could forward this to interested family and friends.

If you would like to participate in this study or find out more about it, please contact the Project Coordinator:

Mr Martin Hopkins [email protected] 0423 977 594

Centre for the Built Environment and Health (M707) School of Population Health

The University of Western Australia
Location UWA School of Population Health, Centre for Built Environment
Contact Martin Hopkins <[email protected]> : 0423977594
Start Fri, 08 Jul 2011 12:00
End Thu, 14 Jul 2011 17:30
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Submitted by Martin Hopkins <[email protected]>
Last Updated Mon, 13 May 2013 11:25
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