Promotion of physical activity in children
(2008). Promotion of physical activity in children: programme guidance, review 4, intervention review, under eights. National Institute for health and Clinical Excellence (NICE).
This is the fourth review, and the first to deal with the effectiveness of physical activity interventions, in a series of reviews commissioned to provide background evidence for the development of public health guidance for promoting physical activity in children. The descriptive epidemiology review (Review One) made a clear link between physical activity and health outcomes in children. There is evidence suggesting that levels of physical activity among children are insufficient. Thus, there remains an imperative to promote physical activity within this age group. This report examines the evidence for the effectiveness of interventions to promote physical activity and/or development of core physical skills in children under 8 years of age.
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