Process evaluation of a school-based intervention to increase physical activity and reduce bullying.

@article{Bowes2009ProcessEO,
  title={Process evaluation of a school-based intervention to increase physical activity and reduce bullying.},
  author={Donna Bowes and Monica Marquis and Wendy Young and Philippa H Holowaty and Winston W. Isaac},
  journal={Health promotion practice},
  year={2009},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={394-401}
}
Increases in schoolyard bullying and physical inactivity have become important issues to many stakeholders. Peers Running Organized Play Stations (PROPS) is a program designed to address these two issues in elementary schools. Using a "train the trainer" approach, PROPS was introduced to 41 schools. Results of a process evaluation indicate that the implementation rate was 39%. Resources were identified by some respondents as an implementation facilitator. A variety of barriers to implementation… CONTINUE READING

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