Kids in Action: the protocol of a Youth Participatory Action Research project to promote physical activity and dietary behaviour.

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Summary of "Kids in Action: the protocol of a Youth Participatory Action Research project to promote physical activity and dietary behaviour."

In this study, researchers collaborate with children from a low socioeconomic neighbourhood in Amsterdam in developing, implementing and evaluating interventions targeting their health behaviours. This Youth Participatory Action Research project focuses on the promotion of physical activity and healthy dietary behaviour.


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Name: BMJ open
ISSN: 2044-6055
Pages: e025584


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