L’intersectorialité au sein des politiques locales d’activité physique bénéfique pour la santé : le cas des territoires de Thionville et Bar-le-Duc

Abstract : Governments, relying on many international recommendations, increasingly include the development of health-enhancing physical activity in public policies. One of the criterion of effectiveness of these policies lies in the ability to deploy initiatives at subnational level and to encourage intersectorality. This essay deals with the place of intersectoral collaborations in the development or implementation of local policies or actions integrating healthenhancing physical activity. Thereby, it is based on the results of the CAPLA-Santé tool (analytical framework of health-enhancing physical activity local policies), adaptation of the HEPA-PAT tool (Health Enhancing Physical Activity - Policy Audit Tool) at the local level. The analyzed data focus on the questions of the tool related to the intersectoriality. They were collected in Bar-le-Duc and Thionville in the Grand Est region. These data have been confronted with the Bull criteria defining the cross-sectoral nature of a policy. The results highlight the existence of intersectoral collaborations, particularly in the consultation and action stages, but show that the development of cross-sectoral physical activity-health (PAHealth) policies is not yet a reality.
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Amandine Baron. L’intersectorialité au sein des politiques locales d’activité physique bénéfique pour la santé : le cas des territoires de Thionville et Bar-le-Duc. Sociologie. 2018. ⟨hal-02315315⟩

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