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Christina Matz-Costa, PhD, Research Faculty at the Center on Aging & Work, presented at the 2017 Boston Roybal Center for Active Lifestyle Interventions' (RALI) Annual Meeting (http://www.brandeis.edu/roybal/conferences/index.html) on June 15, 2017 about Peer-based strategies to support physical activity interventions for older adults: Lessons learned from the Boston Roybal Center.

27 June 2017—Christina Matz-Costa, PhD, Research Faculty at the Center on Aging & Work, presented at the 2017 Boston Roybal Center for Active Lifestyle Interventions' (RALI) Annual Meeting on June 15, 2017 about Peer-based strategies to support physical activity interventions for older adults: Lessons learned from the Boston Roybal Center. The presentation represents work that Dr. Matz-Costa is doing in collaboration with Drs. Betsy Howard and Carmen Sceppa at Northeastern University that develops design and implementation guidelines for practitioners interested in using peer-based strategies to promote physical activity in later life.


photo of Christina Matz-Costa, PhD