The International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (IJBNPA) is the official journal of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA). IJBNPA is published by BMC (part of Springer Nature) and is regarded as one of their flagship journals. The journal has a strong impact factor ...
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We are pleased to inform you of the IJBNPA awards. Firstly, we present the names of the Outstanding Reviewer Contributions 2021. Trynke HoekstraTom StewartGregory HeathStuart JH Biddle And the most cited papers in each category. AwardAuthorsPaper Title and LinkMOST CITED METHODOLOGY PAPER PUBLISHED IN 2019Elizabeth S. Limb, Shaleen Ahmad, Derek ...
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April 5, 2022 ISBNPA is proud to help our colleagues at SBRN, the University of Prince Edward Island, and the CHEO Research Institute in the dissemination efforts of these important recommendations. Please read the full press release below and also the two papers, published in IJBNPA, with the recommendations and ...
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ISBNPA is happy to disseminate the IJBNPA 2020 Awardees (see video below). Congratulations to Kieran Dowd and co-authors for winning the @IJBNPA Most Cited Paper Award in the REVIEW category. Congratulations to @DavyVancampfort and co-authors for winning the @IJBNPA Most Cited Paper Award in the OBSERVATIONAL category. Congratulations to @Harriet_Koorts ...
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The International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (IJBNPA) is the official journal of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA). IJBNPA is published by BMC (part of Springer Nature) and is regarded as one of their flagship journals. The journal has seen a steady increase ...
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Many tools have been developed to measure physical activity parenting practices (PAPP). Currently, there is little standardization on how PAPP constructs are operationalized for 5–12 year-old children. Given t ...
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The World Health Organization (WHO) released the 2020 global guidelines on physical activity and sedentary behaviour. The new guidelines contain a significant change from the 2010 guidelines on physical activi ...
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Sedentary time is associated with chronic disease and premature mortality. We tested a multilevel workplace intervention with and without sit-stand workstations to reduce sedentary time and lower cardiometabol ...
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The development of empirically-grounded policies to change the obesogenic nature of urban environment has been impeded by limited, inconclusive evidence of the link between food environments, dietary behaviors ...
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The aim of this study was to gain consensus on an evidence informed physical activity policy template for early childhood education and care (ECEC) and determine best-practice dissemination and implementation ...
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Early adulthood is a period of rapid personal development when individuals experience major life transitions (e.g. leaving the parental home, leaving education, beginning employment, cohabitation and parenthoo ...
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Step-count monitors (pedometers, body-worn trackers and smartphone applications) can increase walking, helping to tackle physical inactivity. We aimed to assess the effect of step-count monitors on physical ac ...
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Exercise has emerged as a promising therapy for people with cancer. Novel programs have been developed to translate research into practice; however, implementation barriers have limited their success in part b ...
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E- and m-health interventions are promising to change health behaviour. Many of these interventions use a large variety of behaviour change techniques (BCTs), but it’s not known which BCTs or which combination ...
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Researchers applying compositional data analysis to time-use data (e.g., time spent in physical behaviors) often face the problem of zeros, that is, recordings of zero time spent in any of the studied behavior ...
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Characteristics of the neighborhood built environment are associated with physical activity (PA). However, few studies with representative samples have examined environmental correlates of domain-specific PA i ...
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Literature focusing on youth has reported limited evidence and non-conclusive associations between neighborhood walkability measures and active commuting to and from school (ACS). Moreover, there is a lack of ...
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Investigation of physical activity and dietary behaviors across locations can inform “setting-specific” health behavior interventions and improve understanding of contextual vulnerabilities to poor health. Thi ...
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This meta-analysis evaluated the safety, feasibility and effect of exercise among individuals with colorectal cancer ...
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There is increasing concern about the time people spend in sedentary behaviour, including screen time, leisure and occupational sitting. The number of both primary research studies (published trials) and revie ...
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