"They should stay at their desk until the work's done": a qualitative study examining perceptions of sedentary behaviour in a desk-based occupational setting Public Health

J.A. Cole, M.A. Tully, M.E. Cupples

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    Volume8
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    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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