Adding web-based behavioural support to exercise referral schemes for inactive adults with chronic health conditions: the e-coachER Randomised Controlled Trial

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle


  • Adrian H. Taylor
  • Rod S taylor
  • Wendy M Ingram
  • Nana Anokye
  • Sarah Dean
  • Nanette Mutrie
  • Jeffrey Lambert
  • Lucy Yardley
  • Jennie King
  • Chloe McAdam
  • Mary Steele
  • Lisa Price
  • Adam Streeter
  • Nigel Charles
  • Rohini H Terry
  • D Webb
  • J Campbell
  • Lucy Hughes
  • B Ainsworth
  • B Jane
  • B Jones
  • Jo Erwin
  • Paul Little
  • A Woolf
  • C Cavanagh

External organisations

  • University of Exeter
  • School of Government, Plymouth University, Plymouth, UK


Original languageEnglish
JournalHealth Technology Assessment NIHR Journal Library
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 27 Nov 2019


  • accelerometer, adult, behaviour change, body mass Index, cost-benefit analysis, depression, Diabetes Mellitus Type 2, e-health, exercise, goal Setting, humans, hypertension, mediation, Obesity, osteoarthritis, pedometer, Primary Health Care, process evaluation, qualitative, quality of life, Quality-Adjusted Life Years, self-determination theory, self-monitoring