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Title

Factors Affecting the Dose of Intervention Received and the Participant Satisfaction in a School-Based Obesity Prevention Intervention (Preventive Medicine Reports)

Publication Topics

Screening for Early Disease Detection; General Health; Chronic Condition Prevalence; Obesity/Overweight; Diet and Nutrition; Adolescents/Children

Publication Type

Journal Article

Publication Date

2019-05-25T07:00:00Z

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Abstract

Authors assessed factors associated with the perceived dose of intervention received and with the participant satisfaction in a school-based obesity prevention intervention. The study explored the variance in the dose of intervention received that was at the school level. Process evaluation data from a school-based intervention study conducted in Oslo, Norway, in 2007-2009 were used. A total of 542 11-year-olds from 12 intervention schools were included. A web-based questionnaire was used to collect data. Descriptive analyses and multilevel regression analyses were conducted.

Results:

  • Females and those with medium (vs. low) parental education had higher odds of reporting a high vs. low dose of intervention received at mid-way (8 months after baseline).
  • Perceived social capital and perceived social support for physical activity from friends at baseline were positively associated with the dose of intervention received at mid-way.
  • Perceived social capital at mid-way was positively associated with the dose of intervention reported post-intervention (20 months after baseline).
  • Around 20% of the variance in the perceived dose of intervention received was at the school level.
  • Satisfaction with the intervention was high overall and higher for females for several intervention components at mid-way and at post-intervention.                                                                                                                  

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