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Poster Session


Posters Presentation

Day 1: Thursday - November 17, 2016

17:00 to 18:00

 

The posters presentations have been assigned to a Congress Sub Themes and allocated to either Day I or Day 2. We have grouped posters by sub themes in the same area of the poster hall to ensure you can find the areas of interest.

There are 164 poster presentations on the Day 1 poster session. Please note that the numbers indicated below are the board number of each poster. You may follow the number to find posters that are of interest to your during the congress.

 

Posters allocation across different sub-themes in Day 1 poster session

-        Sub-theme 1: Physical Activity, Sedentary Surveillance and Epidemiology (Board No. 1 to 61)

-        Sub-theme 2: Active Healthy Aging (Board No. 62 to 75)

-        Sub-theme 4: Promoting Physical Activity in Special Populations (Board No. 76 to 85)

-        Sub-theme 5: Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Interventions in Different Settings (Board No.86 to 116)

-        Sub-theme 6: Supportive Environments for Physical Activity (Board No.117 to 137)

-        Sub-theme 7: Technological Innovations and Physical Activity Promotion (Board No.138 to 145)

-        Sub-theme 8: Public Education and Communications (Board No.146 to 152)

-        Sub-theme 10: Physical Activity in all Policies (Board No. 153 to 159)

-        Sub-theme 12: Physical Activities: Women, Mother and Pregnancy (Board No.160 to 161)

-        Sub-theme 13: Physical Activity in Asia (Board No.162 to 164)

 

List of Posters in board No. at the poster display area

  1. Skin-taped Axivity accelerometers provided over 65% compliance with more than 7 days of uninterrupted accelerometry data (Abs No. 219) Mikkel Bo Schneller, Peter Bentsen, Glen Nielsen, Jan Christian Brønd, Mathias Ried-Larsen and Jasper Schipperijn
  2. Pedometer-determined physical activity in Czech adults: findings from 2008 to 2013 (Abs No. 222) Jana Pelclová, Karel Frömel and Josef Mitáš
  3. Factors Associated with Accelerometer Adherence in Community-dwelling Older Adults (Abs No. 244) Wenli Zheng, Tao Chen, Sanmei Chen, Yuka Haeuchi and Shuzo Kumagai
  4. Gender Differences in Objectively-measured Physical Activity Classified by Intensity and Activity Type Among Older Adults Living in Three Japanese Cities. (Abs No. 282) Shiho Amagasa, Noritoshi Fukushima, Hiroyuki Kikuchi, Koichiro Oka, Kaori Ishii, Yoshio Nakata, Hiroyuki Sasai, Shigeho Tanaka and Shigeru Inoue
  5. Validity of Garmin Vivofit and Polar Loop for measuring daily step counts in free-living conditions in adults (Abs No. 306) Jan Dygryn, Adam Simunek, Ales Gaba, Lukas Jakubec, Jiri Stelzer and Frantisek Chmelik
  6. Moderate-to-vigorous Actigraph GT3X+ accelerometer cut point during walking in older adults (Abs No. 321) Anthony Barnett, Dan van den Hoek, David Barnett and Ester Cerin
  7. Objectively Measured Physical Activity in Working Adults: A Cross-Sectional Study (Abs No. 342) Mohd Rizal Md Razali, Mahenderan Appukutty, Wahidah Tumijan and Hazizi Abu Saad
  8. Effect of accelerometer cut-off points on the recommended level of physical activity for obesity prevention in children (Abs No. 143) Aleš Gába, Jan Dygrýn, Josef Mitáš, Lukáš Jakubec and Karel Frömel
  9. Beneficial association between Active Commuting and Metabolic Syndrome: the Chilean National Health Survey, 2009-2010 (Abs No. 720) Kabir P.  Sadarangani
  10. Protocol for objective measurement of physical activity using accelerometry in one year old infants (Abs No. 737) Rafaela Martins
  11. Test-retest reliability and convergent validity of measures of children's active transportation and independent mobility (Abs No. 739) Richard  Larouche
  12. Should we prioritise moderate or vigorous physical activity to promote health-related fitness in adults? (Abs No. 22) Gavin Sandercock and Lee Ingle
  13. Estimation of activity energy expenditure by using physical activity questionnaires commonly used in Japanese epidemiological studies: a doubly labeled water validation (Abs No. 174) Hiroyuki Sasai, Yoshio Nakata, Haruka Murakami, Ryoko Kawakami, Satoshi Nakae, Shigeho Tanaka, Kazuko Ishikawa-Takata, Yosuke Yamada and Motohiko Miyachi
  14. Nursing Physical Activities: An Innovative Approach of Measuring Intensity Level (Abs No. 201) Areeya Jirathananuwat and Krit Pongpirul
  15. Discrepancy in the accuracy of wearable devices for estimating total energy expenditure between laboratory settings and free-living conditions (Abs No. 271) Shigeho Tanaka, Satoshi Nakae, Haruka Murakami, Ryoko Kawakami, Yosuke Yamada, Kazuko Ishikawa-Takata, Yoshio Nakata, Hiroyuki Sasai and Motohiko Miyachi
  16. Physical activity and self-perception: not all times of day are equal (Abs No. 348) Erin Howie, Phoebe Simpson, Ashleigh Neil, Leo Ng, Sian Williams and Sue Morris
  17. iPlay: Are young children sedentary when using mobile touch screen devices? (Abs No. 407) Leon Straker, Amity Campbell, Pieter Coenen, Sonia Ranelli and Erin Howie
  18. Physical Activity and Bone Mineral Density (Abs No. 127) Ülle Parm, Kadri Jakoobi, Jaak Jürimäe, Evelin Lätt, Aivar Orav and Anna-Liisa Tamm
  19. The association between sedentary behaviour and musculoskeletal symptoms in university office workers (Abs No. 150) Sharon Parry, Yuk Lun Chan, May Luang Joyce Poh, Hideaki Edo, Jennifer Pederick, Paul Crouch and Leon Straker
  20. Walking and core strengthening exercises improve lumbar function, pain, and body composition in overweight patients with chronic lower back pain (Abs No. 153) Jungseok Lee and Suhjung Kang
  21. Dancing participation and cardiovascular disease mortality: a pooled analysis of 11 population-based British cohorts (Abs No. 197) Dafna Merom, Melody Ding and Emanuel Stamatakis
  22. Cardiorespiratory fitness levels and associations with physical activity and BMI in young South African adults in Soweto (Abs No. 207) Alessandra Prioreschi, Soren Brage, Kate Westgate and Lisa Micklesfield
  23. Physical activity, fatness and cancer (Abs No. 265) Carlos Nunez, Adrian Bauman, Sam Egger, Freddy Sitas and Visalini Nair-Shalliker
  24. Who does t'ai chi and qigong in Australia? Socio-demographic and participation data from a nationally representative sample of Australians. (Abs No. 278) Ineke Vergeer, Jason Bennie, Melanie Charity, Zeljko Pedisic, Jack Harvey, Lauren Banting, Jannique van Uffelen, Stuart Biddle and Rochelle Eime
  25. Sleep duration was associated with obesity in Thai adolescent (Abs No. 443) Wiyada Thasanasuwan, Weerachat Srichan, Rittirong Unjana and Kallaya Kijboonchoo
  26. How does leisure-time physical activity affect depression and anxiety? An investigation into the relationship of leisure-time physical activity type, context, intensity and amount with depression and anxiety. (Abs No. 721) Katja Siefken
  27. Vigorous but not moderate physical activity is associated with men’s metabolic health. (Abs No. 21) Gavin Sandercock and Lee Ingle
  28. Effects of Exercise Training on Cardiovascular Risk in a UAE University Population (Abs No. 113) Sarah Dalibalta and Gareth Davison
  29. Effects of pedometer-based intervention on sedentary behaviour, cardiorespiratory fitness and mental health in young adult females: a randomised controlled trial (Abs No. 373) Hideaki Kumahara and Makoto Ayabe
  30. Physical activity and health risk factors among local government employees in Vhembe District, Limpopo Province of South Africa (Abs No. 74) Takalani Clearance Muluvhu, Makama Andries Monyeki, Meriam Mohlala and Gert Strydom
  31. Prevalence of sedentary behavior among Japanese workers who have different task types (Abs No. 139) Satoshi Kurita, Kaori Ishii, Ai Shibata and Koichiro Oka
  32. Dimensions Of Physical Activity And Sedentary Time In Identification Of Risk Groups For Future Type 2 Diabetes: A Decision Tree Analysis Within The Addition-Pro Cohort (Abs No. 77) Hanan Amadid, Nanna Johansen, Anne-Louise Hansen, Søren Brage, Kristine Færch, Dorte Vistisen, Annelli Sandbæk and Marit Jørgensen
  33. Physical activity and sedentary behavior of Japanese children during school cleaning time and recess at primary school (Abs No. 263) Chiaki Tanaka, Maki Tanaka, Shigeru Inoue, Masayuki Okuda and Shigeho Tanaka
  34. Combined associations of leisure time physical activity and television viewing time with overweight/obesity in metropolis older adults (Abs No. 297) Li-Ting Wang, Ming-Chun Hsueh and Shao-Hsi Chang
  35. Associations of leisure-time physical activity and sedentary behaviour with cardiometabolic risk factors in Mexican adults (Abs No. 354) Ismael Campos-Nonato, Selene Pacheco-Miranda, Edsson Hernández Bolaños, Armando García-Olvera and Nicolas Aguilar-Farias
  36. Firefighters’ Physical Activity Level and its Association with Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Body Composition (Abs No. 367) Luiz Guilherme Grossi Porto, Maria Korre, Steven Moffatt and Stefanos N. Kales
  37. Disordered Eating Attitudes and Exercise Behavior among Female Emirati College Students in the United Arab Emirates: A Cross- Sectional Study (Abs No. 12) Haleama Al Sabbah and Shatha Muhsineh
  38. Is It Enough Body Composition And Physical Activity Level In University Students? (Abs No. 82) Damla Tok, Unal Deger, Seda Bicici, Zehra Guchan, Leyla Eraslan, Sevim Oksuz, Burak Ulusoy, Serdar Demirci and Gul Baltaci
  39. Associations between physical activity, physical fitness, and academic achievement among junior high school students in Okinawa, Japan (Abs No. 202) Minoru Takakura, Masaya Miyagi, Yukitomo Yogi, Akira Kyan and Minoru Kobayashi
  40. Independent influence of physical fitness components on academic achievement among junior high school students in Okinawa, Japan (Abs No. 203) Akira Kyan, Minoru Takakura, Masaya Miyagi, Yukitomo Yogi and Minoru Kobayashi
  41. Changing how we study university student weight gain, physical activity and sedentary behaviour; from individually focused to socio-ecological (Abs No. 403) Claudia Vadeboncoeur, Charlie Foster and Nick Townsend
  42. Association between Leisure Time Physical Activity and Diabetes Mellitus: the Chilean National Health Survey, 2009-2010 (Abs No. 40) Kabir Sadarangani, Magdalena Walbaum, Jaime Leppe, Joshua Bell, Carlos Cristi Montero, Nicolás Aguilar-Farías, Andrea Cortínez and Astrid Von Oetinger
  43. Survey on physical activity behaviours among medical students in Southern Thailand (Abs No. 56) Apichai Wattanapisit, Krittanu Fungthongcharoen, Udomsak Saengow and Surasak Vijitpongjinda
  44. Prevalence of physical inactivity and assessing the stages of change for leisure-time physical activity among people in Chiang Mai (Abs No. 188) Sanhapan Thanamee, Kanokporn Pinyopornpanish, Apichai Wattanapisit, Suparerk Suerungruang, Kanittha Thaikla, Wichuda Jiraporncharoen and Chaisiri Angkurawaranon
  45. Physical activity patterns in India – results from the ICMR-INDIAB study (Abs No. 191) Rm Anjana, R Pradeepa, M Deepa, Pv Rao, A Kumar, B Saboo, P Adhikari, A Bhansali, M John, Hk Das, L Jampa, N Somorjit, R Budnah,  Rosangluaia, T Reang, Ak Das, B Shah, Dk Shukla, T Kaur, J Mahanta, R Unnikrishnan, C Anitha and V Mohan
  46. Physical activity in black South African adults and physical performance at 10-year follow-up (Abs No. 225) H Salome Kruger, Phumudzo Mamphwe, Sarah J Moss and Adewale Oyeyemi
  47. Comparing cardiorespiratory fitness threshold: What proportion of children and youth are healthy? (Abs No. 311) Justin Lang, Mark Tremblay and Grant Tomkinson
  48. Criterion validity of the Global Physical Activity Questionnaire(GPAQ) among urban and rural  residents in Bangladesh (Abs No. 418) Shirin Jahan Mumu, Dafna Merom and Liaquat Ali
  49. Longitudinal associations of parental and peer influences with physical activity in adolescents: findings from the COMPASS study (Abs No. 433) Erica Lau, Guy Faulkner, Wei Qian and Scott Leatherdale
  50. Twenty-two year trends in leisure-time physical activity in Australian adults (Abs No. 595) Josephine Chau, Tien Chey, Sarah Burks, Lina Engelen and Adrian Bauman
  51. Time trends and socioeconomic differences in domains of sitting time among mid-age Australian adults (Abs No. 598) Gregore Mielke, Nicola Burton and Wendy J Brown
  52. Framing measurement of sedentary behaviour for population surveillance: TAxonomy of Self-reported Sedentary behaviour Tools (TASST) (Abs No. 605) Philippa Dall, Elaine Coulter, Claire Fitzsimons, Dawn Skelton and Sebastien Chastin
  53. Physical activity of  women  living  in urban  Area of Yogyakarta Indonesia (Abs No. 625) Emy Huriyati, Harry Freitag Luglio, Dian Caturini Sulistyoningrum, Yi Yi Lee and Wan Abdul Manan Wan Muda
  54. Relationship between physical activity and public transit use: Data from the Houston TRAIN Study (Abs No. 710) Gregory  Knell
  55. The relationship between physical activity and physical fitness in preschool boys and girls (Abs No. 374) Mayumi Kuno-Mizumura and Misaki Yoshida
  56. Physical Activity of Grade 12 Students in Bangkok (Abs No. 420) Suvimol Tangsujjapoj
  57. Reliability of a physical activity questionnaire for South American Children and Adolescents: preliminary results from the SAYCARE multicenter study. (Abs No. 484) Marcus Vinicius Nascimento-Ferreira, Augusto César Ferreira De Moraes, Juan Carlos Aristizabal, Laura González-Zapata, Florencia Tello, Carlos Delgado, Claudia Lucia de Moraes Forjaz, Luis Alberto Moreno and Heráclito Barbosa Carvalho
  58. Self-reported sedentary behavior in a large representative sample of Irish third level students (Abs No. 519) Marie Murphy, Niamh Murphy, Catherine Woods, Ciaran MacDonncha, Kyle Ferguson and Alan Nevill
  59. Impact Of Relative Age Effect On Performances Of Compettion School Teams At Sao Luis – Maranhao – Brazil (Abs No. 522) Ezequias Rodrigues Pestana, Emanuel Péricles Salvador, Wellington Roberto Gomes Carvalho, Nilviane Pires Silva Sousa, Joslea Silva Rodrigues and Marlon Lemos Araújo
  60. Physical Activity and Associated Factors among schoolchildren in São Luís,Maranhão, Brazil. (Abs No. 643) Nilviane Pires Silva Sousa, Ezequias Rodrigues Pestana, Anne Caroline Silva N Cruz, Allan Kardec Barros, Emanuel P. Salvador, Camila Guimarães Polisel and Wellington Roberto Gomes Carvalho
  61. The use of activity trackers to continuously measure children’s movement patterns (Abs No. 299) Michael Rosenberg, Amanda Derbyshire and Jon Kur
  62. Physical activity - a tool to stay healthy for older women with osteoporosis: A qualitative study (Abs No. 32) Ing-Mari Dohrn, Agneta Ståhle and Kirsti Skavberg Roaldsen
  63. Relationship between Muscle Strength, Balance and Falls Risk in Thai Community-Living Older Adults (Abs No. 50) Atchara Purakom, Jongkolnee Chantarasiri, Kanchana Piboon, Benjaporn Keawkumtai, Chayanit Luevanich and Kasem Nakornkhet
  64. Correlation of past falls history and physical activity in Thai-elderly people. (Abs No. 51) Thanyaporn Aranyavalai and Yupadee Fusakul
  65. Establish appropriate future health promotion for elderly people in Thailand by adopting Japanese health education (Abs No. 160) Suchinda Jarupat Maruo, Noppawan Piasue, Supalax Choeychom, Surintorn Kalampakorn, Pinyo Utthiya, Siriporn Sasimonthonkul, Keisuke Nakade, Toshiaki Watanabe, Saki Terasawa, Toshie Kobayashi, Young Zhang, Koki Nakajima, Fumihito Sasamori and Koji Terasawa
  66. Interrupting 10 minutes blocks of sedentary time is associated with frailty in older adults: evidence from the Toledo Study for Healthy Aging (Abs No. 169) Borja Del Pozo Cruz, Asier Mañas, Maria Martin-Garcia, Jorge Marin-Puyalto, Francisco J. Garcia-Garcia, Amelia Guadalupe-Grau and Ignacio Ara
  67. Lifestyle changes of women with osteoarthritis in Australia (Abs No. 189) Norman Ng, Rachael Moorin, Lynne Parkinson, Wendy Brown and Geeske Peeters
  68. Improved Physical Fitness in Prostatectomized Patients Undergone the Exercise Program (Abs No. 246) Kawiya Sintara, Yossak Sakulchaiyakorn and Sakchai Pitakwong
  69. Exercise with “Rue Si Dat Ton” for Knee Pain Relieve Among Knee Osteoarthritis Patients (Abs No. 502) Phiyaphon Boonsuk, Mondha Kengganpanich, Tharadol Kengganpanich and Supreya Tansakul
  70. Providing dementia community services in long-term care resource shortage area (Abs No. 632) Ming Chih Yang, Yu Chun Chang and Yuan Chi Kuan
  71. Physical activity behavior among older adults’ in Sri Lanka: Current status and health promotion challenges (Abs No. 364) Bilesha Perera, Mohammad Torabi and Bimba Wickramarachchi
  72. Physical activity of Elderly people in Warinchamrap District, Ubon Ratchathani Province (Abs No. 498) Phalakorn Suebsamran and Jiraporn Wongchompu
  73. The Role Of Physical Activity, Lifestyle Intervention And Religiosity On Cardiometabolic Risk Factor Reduction In Older Adults: Results Of The Fit 4 You Lifestyle Intervention Program (Abs No. 185) Ronda Rose-Davis, Andrea Scott, Kyoung-Sik Han, Sung-Soo Chun and Easton Reid
  74. Effects of the arm swing exercise program applying self-efficacy theory and social support for the young elderly (Abs No. 499) Mayura Soichue, Sarunya Benjakul, Mondha Kengganpanich and Tharadol Kengganpanich
  75. Stages of change for physical activity behavior and social capital among elderly Japanese: a structural equation modeling analysis (Abs No. 752) Yoshinobu  Saito
  76. 'Walking with Diabetes' (WW-DIAB) Program, a Lifestyle Walking Program for Indonesian Type 2 Diabetes Patients: Study Protocol and Baseline Data (Abs No. 68) Novita Intan Arovah, Kristiann C Heesch, Tracy L Washingthon and Wara Kushartanti
  77. The Development of a Minimum Contact Walking Program, for Indonesian Type 2 Diabetes Patients (Abs No. 69) Novita Intan Arovah, Kristiann C Heesch, Tracy L Washingthon and Wara Kushartanti
  78. The effectiveness of Diet and Physical Activity Clinic (DPAC) in weight and waist circumference reduction at Health Promotion Center Region 1, Chiang Mai, Fiscal year 2014 (Abs No. 104)            Suparerk Suerungruang, Kalaya Aurajananon, Sunaree Loetthamnongtham, Tanatpong Kalaniyo and Witaya Boonyod
  79. Socioeconomic Inequality in physical activity evolution in patients with cardiovascular diseases in Luxembourg (Abs No. 226) Anastase Tchicaya and Nathalie Lorentz
  80. Technology-enabled cardiac rehabilitation through PATHway. Design and rationale for the investigation of its feasibility, clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness (Abs No. 231) Jomme Claes, Roselien Buys, N.M. Moyna, A. Briggs, C. Mc Dermott, I. Chouvarda, D. Filos, D. Finlay, P. Daras, D. Walsh, Werner Budts, Kieran Moran, Catherine Woods and Véronique Cornelissen
  81. Effectiveness of a 7-min technoloty-enriched moderate intensity intermittent exercise training (MIIT) on promoting health, fitness, and active lifestyle in school students (Abs No. 713) HUI Stanley  Sai-Chuen
  82. Time engaged in physical exercise relates to intrinsic motivation of medical students for academic work (Abs No. 18) Myo Nyein Aung, Pongsak Wannakrairot, Juraiporn Somboonwong and Vorapol Jaroonvanichkul
  83. Effect of exercise intensity on spontaneous physical activity energy expenditure in overweight boys: a crossover study (Abs No. 28) Vitor Paravidino, Mauro Felippe Mediano and Rosely Sichieri
  84. The relationship between physical activity level and budget for exercise (Abs No. 58) Yoshie Iwasaki, Sumihisa Honda, Shuji Kaneko, Kazuhiro Kurishima, Ayumi Honda, Ayumu Kakinuma and Doosub Jahng
  85. Developing a national approach to upskill health professionals to adopt physical activity within clinical practice -Moving professionals in England (Abs No. 727) Mike Brannan
  86. Improved motor proficiency in 9- to 12-year-old obese children after participating in a multidisciplinary physical activity intervention (Abs No. 101) Anita Pienaar and Dorita Du Toit
  87. The Effectiveness of a Physical Activity with Mindful Exercise (PAME) program in Thai Pre-adolescents at Chumphon Province, Thailand (Abs No. 129) Chitraporn Boonthanom
  88. Formative research for the development of an intervention to optimise body composition in early childhood (Abs No. 187) Catherine Draper, Simone Tomaz, Matthew Stone, Shane Norris, Trina Hinkley and Rachel Jones
  89. A qualitative study to investigate the adoption, diffusion and implementation of Kids Marathon (Abs No. 224) Anna Chalkley, Ash Routen, Lorraine Cale, Jo Harris and Lauren Sherar
  90. Physical Activity Promotion For Preschoolers in Phuket (Abs No. 447) Dr.Tasanee Aikvanich, Chaya Na Songkhla, Dr.Atchareeya Kasiyaphat, Dr.Chayanit Luevanich, Permsak Suriyachan and Napanat Udee
  91. Relationship between physical activity practice, sedentary behavior and motor develop of Brazilian childred at risk (Abs No. 695) Ana Paula Maurilia  dos Santos
  92. Maximal oxygen uptake in young athletes and the relation to body composition: A controlled follow-up study. (Abs No. 579) Trine Stensrud and Julie Stang
  93. Parent and Child Identification of Key Attributes for Staff working in Health Improvement Interventions (Abs No. 715) James  Nobles
  94. Boys participating in Education Outside the Classroom are more physically active (Abs No. 221) Mikkel Bo Schneller, Scott Duncan, Peter Bentsen, Glen Nielsen, Erik Mygind and Jasper Schipperijn
  95. Evaluation of the health promotion programme “HealthyPEP” in physical education (Abs No. 277) Yolanda Demetriou
  96. An Internet-supported Physical Activity Intervention Delivered in Secondary Schools Located in Low Socio-economic Status Communities: Effects of the Activity and Motivation in Physical Education (AMPED) Intervention on Teachers’ Practice (Abs No. 338) Chris Lonsdale and Aidan Lester
  97. Changes in physical activity at recess and school-related social factors: case analyses from four Finnish lower secondary schools (Abs No. 405) Henna L Haapala, Mirja H Hirvensalo, Kaarlo Laine, Lauri Laakso, Harto Hakonen, Taru Lintunen and Tuija H Tammelin
  98. We Active: An Innovation in Process of the Sedentary Behavior Reduction in School Children (Abs No. 448) Piyawat Katewongsa, Chatinai Wanwacha and Panya Choolers
  99. Active Play in Action : case study 3 private primary schools in Thailand (Abs No. 604) Piyanan Laohabut
  100. How can physical activity improve school well-being? - A qualitative process evaluation (Abs No. 212) Anne-Didde Holt, Søren Smedegaard, Pernille Lund-Cramer, Mia Nielsen Barrett, Thomas Skovgaard and Lars Breum Christiansen
  101. Moving Towards Learning - Understanding and framing teachers’ intrinsic motivation for using physical activity as a learning tool. (Abs No. 402) Louise Stjerne Knudsen and Thomas Viskum Gjelstrup Bredahl
  102. Using the physical self-perception profile (PSPP) to measure the effect of a school-based physical activity intervention. (Abs No. 315) Mia Barrett, Lars Breum Christiansen, Pernille Lund Cramer, Anne-Didde Holt, Thomas Skovgaard and Søren Smedegaard
  103. Giving children a voice – exploring what quantitative studies can´t tell us about recess physical activity (Abs No. 213) Charlotte Skau Pawlowski, Jasper Schipperijn, Tine Tjørnhøj-Thomsen and Jens Troelsen
  104. Media technology into PE curriculum action research programme-Moe fun more physical activity (Abs No. 7) Liu Hsien-Chang and Huang Chien-Sung
  105. A Qualitative Investigation of Teaching and Learning of Fundamental Movement in Hong Kong Primary Physical Education (Abs No. 475) Cecilia Hs Chan and Amy Sc Ha
  106. How to promote physical activity in overweight or obese children: a systematic review (Abs No. 228) Carla Nooijen and Yvonne Forsell
  107. Developing of standard physical fitness testing protocol for teenagers during Buddhism novice status period. (Abs No. 273) Sirirumpai Puthornjai, Waroonyupa Nanta, Anocha Wipulakorn and Kingpikul Chamnankong
  108. Reducing Obese Child’s Body Mass Index-to Age By Improving School-based Physical Activity in Madrasah Ibtidaiyah (Islamic Basic School) Asih Putera Foundation Kota Cimahi 2014 (Abs No. 291) Nadya Ulfa Tanjung and Dr.H.Engkus Kusdinar Achmad
  109. Correlates of Spanish adolescents' MVPA during physical education classes (Abs No. 323) Javier Molina-Garcia, Ana Queralt, Isaac Estevan and James Sallis
  110. Representation of physical activity domains in Spanish physical education textbooks (Abs No. 326) Vladimir Martinez-Bello, Javier Molina-Garcia and Ana Queralt
  111. Promoting physical activity for psychosocial well-being among school-aged children and youth (4.th-6.th grade): Applying the RE-AIM evaluation framework (Abs No. 393) Søren Smedegaard, Pernille Lund-Cramer, Lars Breum Christiansen, Mia Barrett, Anne-Didde Holt and Thomas Skovgaard
  112. Understanding physical activity participation, provision and policy in third level educational institutions-a replicable study protocol example from the island of Ireland (Abs No. 328) Niamh Murphy, Ciaran MacDonncha, Catherine Woods and Marie Murphy
  113. Impact of a soccer-based HIV prevention programme for pre-adolescent girls on physical activity, body composition and perceptions of the social benefits of soccer (Abs No. 132) Anna Notten, Simone Tomaz and Catherine Draper
  114. Is recreational football an effective strategy to prevent obesity-related cardiometabolic comorbidities in obese children? (Abs No. 85) André Seabra, Atchara Purakom, Boonlerts Ou-Tayanik, Joana Carvalho, Paula Santos, Jorge Mota, José Oliveira, Maria José Carvalho, Susana Vale, Luis Belo, Henrique Nascimento, Manuel Coelho-E-Silva, Ana Seabra, Liliana Beirão and Carla Rêgo
  115. Young athletes’ perceptions on coaches’ health promotion activity in Keys to Success -health education program (Abs No. 220)       Leena Martin, Sami Kokko, Pierre Jallow and Jari Villberg
  116. “Culture is so interspersed”: Childcare & Healthcare providers’ perceptions of childhood obesity in South Africa (Abs No. 178) Roger Figueroa, Jaclyn Saltzman, Jessica Jarick and Angela Wiley
  117. Active living environment assessments in three rural towns in Hawaii with high proportions of Pacific Islanders (Abs No. 39) Siosaia Hafoka
  118. Perceived Neighbourhood Environment and Physical Activity: the IPEN Adult Study in Mexico (Abs No. 95) Alejandra Jauregui, Michael Pratt, Hector Lamadrid-Figueroa, Bernardo Hernández, Juan A. Rivera-Dommarco and Deborah Salvo
  119. Association of perceived neighborhood environment and meeting physical activity recommendations across urban-rural settings in Korea (Abs No. 114) Eun Young Lee, Young Hwa Kim and Bo Youl Choi
  120. The built environment correlates of objectively measured physical activity in Norwegian adults: a cross-sectional study (Abs No. 317) Ane K. Solbraa, Sigmund A. Anderssen, Ingar Morten K Holme, Elin Kolle, Bjørge Hermann Hansen and Maureen C Ashe
  121. Longitudinal Evidence of the Association between Physical Activity and the Built Environment - A Systematic Review (Abs No. 467) Mikko Kärmeniemi, Raija Korpelainen, Tiina Lankila and Tiina Ikäheimo
  122. Investigating the impact of urban regeneration on public health: A real world natural experiment (Abs No. 662) Deepti Adlakha, Mark Tully and Frank Kee, Thamra Alghafri
  123. Development Cooperation between Arsomsilp Institute and Thai Health Promotion Foundation Project: The mechanism of academic support towards Healthy Space (Abs No. 650) Weerawat Warayon and Thana Uthaipattrakoon
  124. Characterizing massive urban facilities that promote physical activity in Mexico City (Abs No. 700) Catalina Medina
  125. Using structural equation modeling to assess objective and perceived built environment interactions of cycling to school (Abs No. 93) Tanja Schmidt, Tom Stewart, Scott Duncan and Jasper Schipperijn
  126. Independent and interactive effects of the physical and social environment on neighbourhood walking in low-income communities (Abs No. 319) Alexia Sawyer, Russell Jones, Marcella Ucci, Carol Tannahill, Anne Ellaway, Ade Kearns and Abi Fisher
  127. An Environmental Physical Activity Index among Hawaiian Coastal Communities (Abs No. 441) Tiffany A. Evans and Joel D. Reece
  128. Factors Influencing Physical Activity among adolescents in Hulu Terengganu, Malaysia. (Abs No. 456) Khairil Shazmin Kamarudin and Nurul Najibah Ghazali
  129. Supporting Policy and action for ACtive Environments – the SPAcE project (Abs No. 507) Nick Cavill, Sonja Kahlmeier, Charlie Foster, Susana Aznar, Radu Colt, Rosina Ndukwe, Tanja Onatsu, Zane Siliņa and Diane Crone
  130. Architectural Therapy for Better Supportive Environments to Promote Physical Activity in Elderly, Disable, and Rehabilitative Patients (Abs No. 177) Thira Woratanarat, Patarawan Woratanarat, Kuldej Sinthawanarong, Sasivimol Sinthawanarong, Chollathit Thanadsilpakul and Viroj Kawinwonggowit
  131. The association between environmental factors and physical activity in urban and rural older adults (Abs No. 483) Hung-Chin Huang, Shao-Hsi Chang and Eva Hui-Ping Cheng
  132. How workplace environment and policies are shaping physical activity and sedentary behaviour profiles of Chilean workers: an exploratory study (Abs No. 612) Nicolas Aguilar-Farias, Andrea Cortínez-O'Ryan, Damian Chandia-Poblete, Nicolas Salom-Diaz, Francisco Soto-Rodríguez, Paula Guarda-Saavedra and Pia Martino-Fuentealba
  133. Appropriate Strategies to increase the use of outdoor gym in developing countries: Thailand’s case study (Abs No. 26) Saichon Kloyiam, Cheewin Ariyasunthorn and Yanika Aksornnam
  134. Making Public Park as Active Place: Lesson Learned from Two Cities in Thailand (Abs No. 37) Sigit Arifwidodo and Krisda Prasertsith
  135. Physical Activities in Urban Parks among Older Adults: The Questionnaire Survey within the Hong Kong – Leipzig Study (Abs No. 83) Petra Wagner, Yanping Duan, Ru Zhang and Walter Brehm
  136. Are public open space measures associated with walking and depression? (Abs No. 287) Javad Koohsari, Hannah Badland, Takemi Sugiyama, Suzanne Mavoa, Jacinta Francis, Neville Owen and Billie Giles-Corti
  137. Associated factors to quality of life in park users, a preliminary analysis. (Abs No. 327) Diana Marina Camargo Lemos, Paula Camila Ramírez Muñoz, Vanessa Quiroga Arciniegas, Hernán Porras Díaz, Luis Carlos Orozco Vargas, Mike William Barreto Becerra, Paola Ríos and Olga Lucía Sarmiento
  138. The Role of Smartphone Application in Promoting Physical Activity (Abs No. 57) Ahmad Hidayat, Lutfan Lazuardi and Sumarjo Sumarjo
  139. A 9-square-table Aerobics Exercise for Elderly: A Kinect-based Prototype (Abs No. 84) Apimuk Muangkasem, Somying Thainimit, Ouaypon Tungthongcha and Pornchai Jullamate
  140. Co-design and user validation of a technology-enabled behaviour change intervention for patients with cardiovascular disease: Preliminary findings. (Abs No. 279) Catherine Woods, Deirdre Walsh, Orlaith Duff, Jomme Claes, Roselien Buys, Veronique Cornelissen, Anne Gallagher, Helen Newton, Noel McCaffrey, Ivan Casserly, Brendan McAdam and Kieran Moran
  141. USING THE POWER OF MOBILE HEALTH TECHNOLOGY FOR DIABETES PREVENTION IN INDIA – ‘MDIAB’ STUDY (Abs No. 385) H Ranjani, M Shruti, Rm Anjana, J Sidhant, N Tandon, S Allender and V Mohan
  142. The Effects of Wearing a Fitness Tracker on Performance and Motivation during a Single Bout of Exercise (Abs No. 442) Kayla M. Riley, Zoe M. Kata and Joel D. Reece
  143. Effect of The Kao-ey-ka-yee-phung with Stretching Training Program on shoulder, leg and back flexibility in females (Abs No. 649) Naphatbongkod Suphaphich
  144. PROMOTING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY THROUGH GAME-BASED LEARNING AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN MALAYSIA (Abs No. 250) Bee Koon Poh, Anuar Nur Izzati and Xiao Chuan Lau
  145. Pilot study of an adaptive smartphone delivered intervention for physical activity and sedentary behaviour change using the intervention mapping and behavioural intervention technology frameworks (Abs No. 488) Artur Direito, Mark Tooley, Moohamad Hinbarji, Rami Albatal, Yannan Jiang, Robyn Whittaker and Ralph Maddison
  146. Effects of health education in Asia comparing Thailand, Indonesia and Japan (Abs No. 60) Koji Terasawa, Adiatmika I Putu Gede, Adiputra I Nyoman, Muliarta I Made, Suchinda Maruo Jarpat, Keisuke Nakade, Toshiaki Watanabe, Yuki Murata, Rintaro Kobayashi, Saiki Terasawa, Toshie Kobayashi, Yong Zhang, Fumihito Sasamori, Masao Okuhara and Koki Nakajima
  147. Ten thousand steps from the evidence? (Abs No. 88) Karen Milton, Erin Hoare and Charlie Foster
  148. Handbook guide for Chronic Disease: A case study of Health Promotion Campaign for Society Project in Petkasem 44 community (Abs No. 108)         Dararat Samretwit, Usasiri Srisakul, Nattapong Phoungthong, Chanathorn Aphai, Sawitree Saithong, Thitima Hongsa and Peeraya Prasompan
  149. Health education effects on physical fitness and blood chemistry among senior citizen in both rural and urban areas of Bali, Indonesia (Abs No. 283) I Putu Gede Adiatmika, Koji Terasawa, Nyoman Adiputra, Made Muliarta, Suchinda Jarupat Maruo, Keisuke Nakade, Toshiaki Watanabe, Saiki Terasawa, Toshie Kobayashi, Yong Zhang, Koki Nakajima and Fumihito Sasamori
  150. Knowledge Management for good practices in decreasing metabolic syndrome and   risk factors. (Abs No. 378) Bampen Phongphetdit
  151. Spread the Word: Making the physical activity recommendations more accessible through the use of infographics (Abs No. 461) Charlie Foster, Hamish Reid, Erin Hoare, George Bownes and Karen Milton
  152. Health Communication System at Klongchan Housing Community (Abs No. 562) Ousa Biggins
  153. Developing Nursing Student Network and Health Promotion Leadership Models in Thailand (Abs No. 19) Pongsri Srimoragot, Lakana Yodkolkit, Vacharaporn Cheysuwan, Lamduan Chareonsombat, Pimon Panvilai and Kunnatee Pumsan
  154. A framework to assess projects that promote physical activity -PAIREM model- (Abs No. 261) Ryosuke Shigematsu, Masamitsu Kamada, Shinpei Okada, Ayane Sato, Tomohiro Okura, Masaki Nakagaichi, Jun Kitayuguchi and Reiko Suzuki
  155. “Mind the gap” between research and practice: pragmatic evaluation in physical activity and public health (PEPAPH) (Abs No. 470) Paul Kelly, Karen Milton and Justin Richards
  156. The impact of physical activity on healthcare costs during and directly after rehabilitation care (Abs No. 747) Trynke Hoekstra
  157. Generic challenges and specific solutions to promoting capabilities for active lifestyle via a transdisciplinary knowledge-to-action research network (Abs No. 138) Annika Frahsa and Alfred Rütten
  158. The exponential increase in systematic reviews of physical activity (Abs No. 489) Adrian Bauman and Joanne Gale
  159. Knowledge translation using a mix-methods approach has great practical and political clout (Abs No. 324) Jens Troelsen, Charlotte Pawlowski, Henriette Bondo Andersen and Jasper Schipperijn
  160. Application of Health Action Process Approach to Physical Activity among Japanese Mothers of Preschoolers (Abs No. 71) Mitsuhiro Amazaki and Chihiro Kemuriyama
  161. Women's running in Shanghai: Achievement and care for oneself (Abs No. 732) Noora J. Ronkainen
  162. Participatory process in community healthy space development project management: A case study LanKeela Pat I Project - Klong Chan Housing Community (Abs No. 560) Prayong Posriprasert, Isariya Poonnopatham and Pasita Adunthithiphat
  163. Participatory Process in Healthy Space Development in Phetchaburi Old Tow (Abs No. 639) Prayong Posriprasert and Weerawat Warayon
  164. Physical Activity and performance in normal weight obese and underweight Chinese university students (Abs No. 733) Olli  Tikkanen
  165. Association between objectively-measured sedentary behavior and percent body fat (Abs No. 389) Ai Shibata, Kaori Ishii and Koichiro Oka

 

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