KOMBINE – Community-Based Physical Activity Promotion to Implement National Recommendations
The European Union and the World Health Organization recommend the development of national recommendations to promote a physically active lifestyle for the whole population.
In Germany, National Recommendations for Physical Activity and Physical Activity Promotion were first developed and disseminated in 2016.
As part of the project KOMBINE (Community-based physical activity promotion for the implementation of the National Recommendations) these National Recommendations are to be implemented in the local community.
KOMBINE aims to develop and evaluate a concept for community-based physical activity promotion. By focusing on people with social disadvantages the project contributes to an improvement in health equity.
Website: Kommunen in Bewegung
Organisation & Staff
Project duration: 2018-2020
Principal investigators: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Alfred Rütten, Prof. Dr. Klaus Pfeifer
Project coordinator: Dr. Jana Semrau
Project staff: Lea Dippon, Natalie Helsper, Simone Kohler, Dr. Jana Semrau
The project KOMBINE is sponsored by the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA) on behalf of and with funds from the statutory health insurances in accordance with Para. 20a. SGB V (German Social Security Code) within the GKV Alliance for Health (www.gkv-buendnis.de).