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.
321 publicaties gevonden
a review of empirical literature and evaluation studies
This review aims to provide empirical evidence of the benefits of sport by analysing evaluations of sports programmes in terms of their impact and outcome.
The impact of “home office” work on physical activity and sedentary behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic (2022)
a systematic review
The objective of this review was to analyze the influence of the home office in correlation with regulations on sedentary and activity behavior. The primary outcomes were changes in physical and…
Perceptions of physical activity and sedentary behaviour guidelines among end-users and stakeholders (2022)
a systematic review
In order to enhance awareness and uptake, guidelines should be perceived positively by targeted users. The purpose of this study was to review the literature on end-user and stakeholder perceptions of…
a systematic review and non-linear dose–response meta-analysis of data from 1 853 610 adults
Een review en meta-analyse van 16 onderzoeken met een totaal aantal van 1.853.610 volwassenen toont dat mensen met regelmatig lichamelijke activiteit: 1) Een lager risico op COVID infectie hebben; 2)…
a rapid review
Evidence supporting physical activity for older adults is positive. The authours outline which activity types are most effective in different populations and settings.
a systematic review of systematic reviews and meta-analyses
Activity trackers appear to be effective at increasing physical activity in a variety of age groups and clinical and non-clinical populations. The benefit is clinically important and is sustained over…
systematic review and meta-analysis
This systematic review and meta-analysis identified 121 studies with 141 comparisons investigating the effect of PAMs (physcial activity monitors). The authors summarise the results from 16743 unique participants and provide…
A Systematic Review in Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, and Spinal Cord Injury
This systematic review summarizes the evidence for physical activity in people with multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, and spinal cord injury regardless of current use or nonuse of a wheelchair.
The acute effects of interrupting prolonged sitting time in adults with standing and light-intensity walking on biomarkers of cardiometabolic health in adults (2022)
a systematic review and meta-analysis
Frequent short interruptions of standing significantly attenuated postprandial glucose compared to prolonged sitting; however, light-intensity walking was found to represent a superior physical activity break. The feasibility and longitudinal implications…
a meta-analysis of choice architecture interventions across behavioral domains
Although increasingly popular, little is known about the overall effectiveness of choice architecture interventions and the conditions under which they facilitate behavior change. Here we quantitatively review over a decade…