Background: The United States National Physical Activity Plan (NPAP; 2010), the country’s first national plan for physical activity, provides strategies to increase population-level physical activity to complement the 2008 physical activity guidelines. This study examined state public health practitioner awareness, dissemination, use, challenges, and recommendations for the NPAP.

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    Evenson, K. R., Satinsky, S. B., Valko, C., Gustat, J., Healy, I., Litt, J. S., . . . Tompkins, N. (2013). In-depth interviews with state public health practitioners on the United States National Physical Activity Plan. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 10(1), 72. doi:10.1186/1479-5868-10-72

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