De Kennisbank Sport & Bewegen bevat circa 21.000 publicaties. Niet alleen over sport en bewegen, maar bijvoorbeeld ook over leefstijl en gezondheid. Deze Kennisbank biedt een overzicht van onderzoek, beleid en ervaringen uit de praktijk. Het gaat daarbij om sport als doel en sport als middel om maatschappelijke uitdagingen aan te pakken.
16 publicaties gevonden
integrating the evidence and identifying potential solutions
The authors present relevant elements of the evidence base and examples of interventions that can inform public health strategies, being mindful that the evidence and its limitations, strengths, and potential…
opinion piece on “Global trends in insufficient physical activity among adolescents: a pooled analysis of 298 population-based surveys with 1.6 million participants” by Guthold et al.
Globally, physical inactivity rates in school-going adolescents are alarming. Using realist and co-creation methodologies to better understand and develop multisectoral strategies and programs and efforts to promote effective uptake of…
an observational cohort study
Almost half of young children do not achieve minimum recommendations of 60 daily minutes in physical activity. Physical activity is potentially an important determinant of the development of motor competence…
a systematic review, meta-analysis and realist synthesis
The objective of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions to increase physical activity (PA) in 0–5 year olds and to determine what works, for whom, in what…
the PRACTIS guide
Heel weinig door wetenschappers ontwikkelde beweeginterventies worden daadwerkelijk met succes in de praktijk uitgevoerd en verspreid. De auteurs van dit artikel hebben de PRACTIS (PRACTical planning for Implemention and Scale-up)…
a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
Aim or objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of behavioural interventions that report sedentary behaviour outcomes during early childhood.
Television viewing and physical inactivity are independently associated with risk of obesity. However, how the combination of multiple leisure-time sedentary behaviours (LTSB) and physical activity (LTPA) may contribute to the…
mapping environmental and social contexts to underpin chronic disease prevention
The time that children and adults spend sedentary -put simply, doing too much sitting as distinct from doing too little physical activity -has recently been proposed as a population-wide, ubiquitous…
beneficial associations with metabolic risk
This study provides evidence of the importance of avoiding prolonged uninterrupted periods of sedentary (primarily sitting) time. These findings suggest new public health recommendations regarding breaking up sedentary time that…
The objective of this review is to inform Australian Government policy on the relationship between physical activity (including the amount, frequency, intensity, duration, and type) and health outcome indicators, including…