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Consumer Interaction with Fitness-trackers for Physical Activity

27 July 2020

The purpose of this study is to investigate individuals’ use of and interaction with their wearable activity-trackers and the range of factors that may influence this interaction. It also explores whether using activity trackers influences physical activity levels and whether this changes overtime.


  • • MALE (we have reached the sufficient number of Female participants)
  • • Preferably over the age of 35
  • • User of Fitbit for a minimum of 6 months
  • • English-speaking
  • • UK resident
  • • Moderate technology skills
  • • Gives informed consent to participate in the study

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Ethical approval

We will use minimal personally identifiable data and we will strictly comply to ethical and legal practice code of the university when processing and handling your data.
For information about the University’s obligations with respect to your data, who you can get in touch with and your rights as a data subject, please visit: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/utilities/privacy.aspx

About the researcher

I am a doctoral researcher at the university of Nottingham. I hold an MSc in Biotechnology, a BSc in Pharmacy, and am a qualified pharmacist. My broad area of interest is public health, self-tracking, and the consumers use of commercial tools to assist in their health and fitness routines.

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