Do Children’s Health Resources Differ According to Preschool Physical Activity Programmes and Parental Behaviour? A Mixed Methods Study

@inproceedings{Sterdt2014DoCH,
  title={Do Children’s Health Resources Differ According to Preschool Physical Activity Programmes and Parental Behaviour? A Mixed Methods Study},
  author={Elena Sterdt and Natalie Pape and Silke Kramer and Sebastian Liersch and Michael Urban and Rolf Werning and Ulla Walter},
  booktitle={International journal of environmental research and public health},
  year={2014}
}
Preschool can have positive effects on the development of a healthy lifestyle. The present study analysed to what extent different conditions, structures and behavioural models in preschool and family-children's central social microsystems-can lead to differences in children's health resources. Using a cross-sectional mixed methods approach, contrast analyses of "preschools with systematic physical activity programmes" versus "preschools without physical activity programmes" were conducted to… CONTINUE READING