Frequently asked questions

  • What is a clinical trial?

    Click here for this information.

  • What is informed consent?

    Informed consent is a document that ensures that research participants know about the risks, benefits, and costs involved in participating in a study. We want you to be able to make a responsible and informed decision about joining our research study.

  • Can a participant leave the study after it has begun?

    Yes, you may leave the study after it has begun. However, we ask that you make a responsible decision to join before becoming enrolled in the study. Please read through this website carefully before making a commitment.

  • Where does the funding come from?

    This study is funded by the National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, for prevention activities (Grant# R01CA198915-01).

  • Where do I go for my in-person assessment visits?

    The office visits will be conducted at the School of Nutrition and Health Promotion office located at the Arizona Biomedical Collaborative, 425 N. 5th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004.

  • Who can participate in this study?

    Anyone who is willing, able, and meets the eligibility criteria can take part in our study.

  • What should people consider before participating in WalkIT Arizona?

    Ask yourself: How motivated are you to change your lifestyle and be more physically active? Are you available to make the three in-person assessment visits over 2 years? (at the start, 1 year in and then 2 years to complete the study)?

  • What do I need to do to sign-up for WalkIT Arizona?

    The first step is to complete the online screening survey.

  • I have more questions, how can I get my questions answered?

    If you have more questions you can email us or call us at (480) 818-5310.

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Get in touch with us

Physical Address

Arizona State University
Exercise Science and Health Promotion
425 N. 5th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004

email Address

contact number

(480) 818-5310

principal investigator

Dr. Marc Adams, PhD, MPH
School of Nutrition & Health Promotion