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Promoting Physical Activity in Rural Populations

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Promoting Physical Activity in Rural Populations

The purpose of the study is to test a multilevel intervention's impact on increasing physical activity among rural residents. It is expected that participants who participate in more of the intervention (e.g., all levels) will increase their physical activity more than the control group and individuals who participate in less of the intervention (e.g., one level of the intervention).

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Behavioral - Intervention

Participants in the intervention arm may receive community events, partake in walking groups, and receive short messaging service.

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Multilevel Approaches for Promoting Physical Activity in Rural Populations

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NCT03683173

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