Different Effects of a School-Based Physical Activity Intervention on Health-related Quality of Life

Last updated on 22-1-2022 by Ruben Brondeel

Peer reviewed scientific article

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School-based physical activity benefits the health and well-being of children and youth, but students’ activity levels are different. The aim of this study is to evaluate the intervention effect of a school-based physical activity intervention on Health-related Quality of Life for groups with different physical activity profiles at baseline. The intervention, Move for Well-being in School, targeted PE lessons, in-class activities, and physical activities during recess. It was evaluated in a cluster-randomized design and included students from 4 to 6th grade at 24 Danish public schools. Surv…

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