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Lecture 16

Lecture 16

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Kinesiology 2276F/G
J.Paige Gregson

October 19, 2012 Lecture 16- Physical Activity Interventions (Ch 6) Evaluating Interventions Objectives  Recall and understand the 5 dimensions of RE-AIM  Identify what C.H.A.M.P. stands for  Understand the general design of CHAMP  Summarize findings of CHAMP  Summarize the RE-AIM of CHAMP Evaluating Physical Activity Interventions in the “Real World”  Why is it important to evaluate the applicability of interventions to the “Real world”? o Generalizability of participants o Research staff vs delivery agents o Feasibility RE-AIM  Reach o The percentage of people from a given population who participate in the intervention o The characteristic of the participants  Ideally targets inactive people  Usually includes those that are already active  Efficacy o The positive & negative consequences that people experience when they receive all components of an intervention that has been delivered properly o Consider:  Quality of life  Participant satisfaction  Physiological outcomes  Changes to physical activity behaviour  Adoption o The proportion & representativeness of settings that adopt a particular intervention  Can the intervention be utilized with a broad population or is it specific to certain conditions  Socioeconomic status  Gender  Age  Location  Type of community  Implementation o How well the intervention is delivered in the real world  How well do the delivery agents follow the instructions of the intervention?  Is it practical to implement in the real world?  Will the delivery agent care enough for the intervention to be effective?  Maintenance o The extent to which the intervention is sustained over time  Individual level: How long will people participate?  Organizational level: How long will the organization offer the intervention? C.H.A.M.P.: Children’s Health and Activity Modification Program Shauna Burke  General Purpose o To develop, implement, and assess the effectiveness of a 4-week community- based lifestyle intervention for obese children (ages 10-12) at risk for type II diabetes  Integrate the family  The Lawson Foundation – Diabetes Funding Oppourtunity  Specific Objectives o To increase physical activity behaviour in camp and at home both during and following the intervention o To improve physiological & psychological outcomes, as well as dietary patterns  Method o Participants  Year 1 (2008) – 15 children (8 females, 7 males), ages 8 – 14  Year 2 (2009) – 25
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