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BMC Public Health
Background Involving peer volunteers in intervention delivery can provide social support and improve adherence. Whilst such interventions have the potential to reduce physical activity (PA) intervention costs, little is known about the process of delivering them in practice. This qualitative study explored the facilitators and challenges of delivering a peer-support PA intervention for older adults, with a view to making recommendations for the delivery of future interventions. Methods Datadoi:10.1186/s12889-020-09990-x pmid:33308176 fatcat:xwgtdxsbynad5ctttodqgftngm