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What Grégore Questions in the New WHO recommendations - Dr Grégore Mielke (Pt2)

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Gregore’s research work is focused on physical activity and sedentary behaviour, with the goal of creating opportunities for improving public health.

Gregore has been involved in a variety of population-based studies, and have professional experience working on the Coordination of Chronic Non-Commu
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Gregore’s research work is focused on physical activity and sedentary behaviour, with the goal of creating opportunities for improving public health.

Gregore has been involved in a variety of population-based studies, and have professional experience working on the Coordination of Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases Surveillance and Health Promotion in the Brazilian Ministry of Health.

In 2015, he came to Australia to join the UQ School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences as part of his PhD training.

During his short career, most of Gregore’s work has involved multidisciplinary research, transitioning from an early focus on physical education to the behavioural epidemiology of physical activity.

Gregore's interest is in measuring and understanding inequalities in population health, particularly in relation to physical activity and sedentary behaviour.

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