Preventive Medicine October 2017

Preventive Medicine October 2017

Preventive Medicine, October 2017 Supplement Issue

The October 2017, Supplement (Vol. 103, Supplement) issue of Preventive Medicine is devoted to Active Living Research.

This supplemental issue highlights two sets of papers: 1) Internationally-focused papers commissioned by ALR and presented at the 11th Active Living Research Conference International Symposium, with the theme of Niche to Norm; and 2) A collection of papers presented at the 14th Active Living Research Conference in February 2017, with the theme of Active Living Across the Life Span.

Below you can find all articles contained in the 2017 Supplement issue.

Guest Editorial

  • Contributing to helping to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals: Truly shifting from niche to norm
    Billie Giles-Corti, Jacqueline Kerr, Michael Pratt
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Commentary Articles

  • A Northern European perspective on creating more activity friendly cities
    Jasper Schipperijn
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  • What makes an active public realm? Opportunities and challenges for research
    Chester Harvey, Daniel A. Rodriguez
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Review Article

  • The unrealised potential of bike share schemes to influence population physical activity levels – A narrative review
    Adrian Bauman, Melanie Crane, Bradley Alan Drayton, Sylvia Titze
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Regular Articles

  • Moving targets: Promoting physical activity in public spaces via open streets in the US
    J. Aaron Hipp, Alyssa Bird, Margaret van Bakergem, Elizabeth Yarnall
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  • Perceived neighborhood environmental attributes associated with leisure-time and transport physical activity in Mexican adults
    Alejandra Jáuregui, Deborah Salvo, Héctor Lamadrid-Figueroa, Bernardo Hernández, Juan A. Rivera, Michael Pratt
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  • Where Latin Americans are physically active, and why does it matter? Findings from the IPEN-adult study in Bogota, Colombia; Cuernavaca, Mexico; and Curitiba, Brazil
    Deborah Salvo, Olga L. Sarmiento, Rodrigo S. Reis, Adriano A.F. Hino, Manuel A. Bolivar, Pablo D. Lemoine, Priscilla B. Gonçalves, Michael Pratt
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  • Reclaiming the streets for people: Insights from Ciclovías Recreativas in Latin America
    Olga L. Sarmiento, Adriana Díaz del Castillo, Camilo A. Triana, María José Acevedo, Silvia A. Gonzalez, Michael Pratt
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  • Start small, dream big: Experiences of physical activity in public spaces in Colombia
    Adriana Díaz del Castillo, Silvia Alejandra González, Ana Paola Ríos, Diana C. Páez, Andrea Torres, María Paula Díaz, Michael Pratt, Olga L. Sarmiento
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  • Assessing the effect of physical activity classes in public spaces on leisure-time physical activity: “Al Ritmo de las Comunidades” A natural experiment in Bogota, Colombia
    Andrea Torres, María Paula Díaz, Matthew J. Hayat, Rodney Lyn, Michael Pratt, Deborah Salvo, Olga L. Sarmiento
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  • Use of global positioning system for physical activity research in youth: ESPAÇOS Adolescentes, Brazil
    Claudia Oliveira Alberico, Jasper Schipperijn, Rodrigo S Reis
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  • Effectiveness of a scaled up physical activity intervention in Brazil: A natural experiment
    Eduardo J Simões, Pedro C Hallal, Fernando V Siqueira, Chester Schmaltz, Danielle Menor, Deborah C Malta, Hebe Duarte, Adriano Akira Hino, Gregore I Mielke, Michael Pratt, Rodrigo S Reis
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  • Are children living on dead-end streets more active? Near-home street patterns and school-going children's time spent outdoors in Dhaka, Bangladesh
    Muntazar Monsur, Mohaimen Mansur, Mohammed Zakiul Islam
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  • “Can we walk?” Environmental supports for physical activity in India
    Deepti Adlakha, J. Aaron Hipp, Ross C. Brownson, Amy A. Eyler, Carolyn K. Lesorogol, Ramesh Raghavan
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  • Perceived urban neighborhood environment for physical activity of older adults in Seoul, Korea: A multimethod qualitative study
    Seunghyun Yoo, Dong Ha Kim
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  • Urban density, diversity and design: Is more always better for walking? A study from Hong Kong
    Yi Lu, Yang Xiao, Yu Ye
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