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Movement for Movement: a practical insight into embedding physical activity into the undergraduate medical curriculum exemplified by Lancaster Medical School

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  • Contributors ABG was the main author for final submission. MGS produced the initial manuscript, provided final review and created the infographic produced for this article. RI and FAC provided both written contribution and editorial review. FAC and RGW have been key to the planning and practical implementation of these resources, and identification of good practice examples, and provided further reviews of the content and style.

  • Funding ABG was originally commissioned and funded by PHE and Sport England.

  • Competing interests ABG is an Honorary Visiting Professor at Plymouth Marjon University, Honorary Associate Professor at The University of Nottingham, a World Heart Federation Emerging Leader’s Programme 2014, Associate Editor for The British Journal of Sports Medicine, a Certified NHS Change Agent and Founder and CEO of Exercise Works! MGS has contributed to the 2018 update of Movement for Movement resources. RI, RGW and FAC have no competing interests.

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