About Anita G. Cramp

Dr. Cramp’s research focuses on the initiation and maintenance of physical activity as a means for health promotion and chronic disease prevention. Specific areas of interest include identifying psychosocial determinants and outcomes of regular physical activity and developing and implementing physical activity interventions. Although Dr. Cramp has researched many different populations, her expertise is with pre and postnatal women. Currently, Dr. Cramp is conducting research examining the effectiveness of home based physical activity interventions for pre and postnatal women.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, School of Health Studies, Western University
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Disciplines

None

Research Interests

Health behaviour change, Health promotion, Behavioural training interventions, and Exercise initiation and maintenance


Contact Information

Room 337 Arthur and Sonia Labatt Health Sciences Building
Western University
London, Ontario, Canada
519.661.2111 x.88589

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Health Behaviour Change (7)

Health Promotion (6)

Behavioural Training Interventions (2)

Exercise Initiation and Maintenance (10)

Pregnancy (8)

No Subject Area (2)