The broader impact of walking to school among adolescents: seven day accelerometry based study.

Abstract

We recruited four classes, each of about 30 pupils aged 13-14 years, from four schools in the Edinburgh area. We visited the classes three times: to introduce the study and distribute consent forms and information for pupils and parents or guardians; to allocate accelerometers (instruments used to measure vertical movement); and to collect accelerometers… (More)

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@article{Alexander2005TheBI, title={The broader impact of walking to school among adolescents: seven day accelerometry based study.}, author={Leslie M Alexander and Joanna C Inchley and Joanna M Todd and Dorothy B Currie and Ashley R Cooper and Candace E. Currie}, journal={BMJ}, year={2005}, volume={331 7524}, pages={1061-2} }