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Children and Physical Activity: A systematic review of barriers and facilitators

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This systematic review describes the number, types and quality attributes of existing research studies on the barriers to, and facilitators of, physical activity amongst children aged 4 to 10. It synthesises the findings of a sub-set of these studies to assess what helps and what stops children taking part in physical activity over and above what they do in school physical education (PE) lessons.

  

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Reference : Brunton G, Harden A, Rees R, Kavanagh J, Oliver S, Oakley A (2003). Children and Physical Activity: A systematic review of barriers and facilitators. London: EPPI Centre, Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education, University of London.

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