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Table 4 Changes in walking levels between baseline and follow-up surveys

From: Evaluation of the implementation of a whole-workplace walking programme using the RE-AIM framework

   Baseline Follow-up  
   % (n) % (n) p
Usual mode of transport to and from work Motorised transport 61.0 (860) 60.0 (511) 0.461
Public transport 3.8 (54) 5.3 (45)  
Cycling 3.3 (47) 3.3 (28)  
Walking (≥10 min and other mode) 20.6 (290) 21.5 (183)  
Walking only (≥10 min) 11.2 (158) 10.0 (85)  
   % (n) % (n) p
Time spent walking to and from work 0 min per week 50.6 (602) 49.8 (343) 0.799
1–100 min per week 22.2 (264) 21.6 (149)  
>100 min per week 27.2 (323) 28.6 (197)  
Time spent walking during the working day 0 min per day 26.8 (276) 30.4 (176) 0.100
1–30 min per day 43.1 (443) 44.2 (256)  
>30 min per day 30.1 (309) 25.4 (147)  
Incidental walking % most/every day (n) % most/every day (n) p
Climb stairs instead of using lift 74.1 (1044) 74.9 (655) 0.652
Walk to talk to colleague 58.9 (860) 59.6 (529) 0.749
Walk for at least 10 min to get to a business meeting 12.8 (170) 13.3 (108) 0.747
Take part in a walking meeting 1.2 (15) 1.3 (10) 0.883
Walk for at least 10 min at lunchtime 39.2 (579) 30.7 (272) <0.001
Mediators of behaviour change % agree (n) % agree (n) p
Confidence to include some walking as part of my journey to or from work on most days 50.5 (694) 53.7 (453) 0.135
Intention to walk for all or part of my journey to or from work on a regular basis in the next few months 41.5 (564) 42.3 (354) 0.714
Colleague support in the last month % often/very often (n) % often/very often (n) p
Walking for some or all of the journey to or from work 4.3 (61) 5.8 (50) 0.110
Holding a walking meeting 0.9 (13) 1.5 (13) 0.201
Going for a walk at lunchtime 14.8 (208) 15.6 (133) 0.638
  1. Bold numerical values: p=<0.05