PACE-UP Next Steps: a short report

PACE-UP is a 12-week pedometer-based walking intervention which effectively increased objectively measured physical activity (PA) in inactive primary care patients, at 12-months and 3-years. 10% recruitment suggested further implementation research was required. An increase in online resources and wearable physical activity (PA) devices encouraged integration of PACE-UP with digital resources. This short report details:<br>• How we developed and tested a website and mobile-app to allow individuals to follow the PACE-UP walking intervention digitally.<br>• How we tested participant uptake from different primary care recruitment pathways (including through NHS Health Checks and routine consultations). <br>This short report focuses on the process of feasibility testing for implementation, it presents our findings as well as the challenges faced. <br><br>