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A meta-study of qualitative research examining determinants of children’s independent active free playDownload
Purpose To produce a meta-study by completing a systematic review of qualitative research examining determinants of independent active free play in children. Method Following systematic electronic and manual searches and application of inclusion/exclusion criteria, 46 studies were retained and...
Active transport (i.e., moving oneself from place to place by walking, cycling, or other active means) is recognized as a sustainable and inclusive form of transportation. It is also a primary source of physical activity for most adults and the associated benefits are clear for community...
Creating Neighbourhood Groupings Based on Built Environment Features to Facilitate Health Promotion ActivitiesDownload
OBJECTIVES: Detailed assessments of the built environment often resist data reduction and summarization. This project sought to develop a method of reducing built environment data to an extent that they can be effectively communicated to researchers and community stakeholders. We aim to help in...
Tremblay, Mark S., Shephard, Roy J., Brawley, Lawrence R., Cameron, Christine, Craig, Cora Lynn, Duggan, Mary, Esliger, Dale W., Hearst, William, Hicks, Audrey, Janssen, Ian, Katzmarzyk, Peter T., Latimer, Amy E., Martin Ginis, Kathleen A., McGuire, Ashlee, Paterson, Donald H., Sharratt, Michael, Spence, John C., Timmons, Brian, Warburton, Darren, Young, T. Kue, Zehr, Lori
"This article summarizes the main findings from the papers included in this journal supplement. It consolidates the evidence currently available to inform and advance the development of physical activity guidelines for Canadians, and it highlights the specific needs of various population...