Publications from the project: A Healthy School Start Plus
Here are the latest publications from the project A Healthy School Start Plus for children and parents in disadvantaged areas – health promotion and obesity prevention
Relationships between Physical Activity Parenting Practices and Children's Activity Measured by Accelerometry with Children's Activity Style as a Moderator-A Cross Sectional Study.
Malek ME, Norman Å, Elinder LS, Patterson E, Nyberg G
Children (Basel) 2022 Feb;9(2):
Children’s experiences of participating in a school-based health promotion parental support programme in disadvantaged areas – A qualitative study. Etminan Malek M, Nyberg G, Elinder LS, Patterson E, Norman Å. BMC Pediatr 21, 228 (2021).
Brief parental self-efficacy scales for promoting healthy eating and physical activity in children: a validation study.
Norman Å, Wright J, Patterson E
BMC Public Health 2021 03;21(1):540
Variations in perceptions of parenting role related to children's physical activity and sedentary behaviours - a qualitative study in a Northern European context.
Andermo S, Rydberg H, Norman Å
BMC Public Health 2021 08;21(1):1550
Sedentary activity bout length was associated with BMI and waist circumference in Swedish children aged 5-7 years.
Norman Å, Nyberg G
Acta Paediatr 2021 07;110(7):2157-2163
Parents' Thoughts Regarding Their Normal-Weight Children's Food and Physical Activity as Expressed During Health Conversations With the School Nurse: A Qualitative Analysis Informing Health-Promoting Practices.
Moberg M, Golsäter M, Norman Å J Sch Nurs 2021 Jun;():10598405211025440
“Everyone can take photos.” Feasibility and relative validity of phone photography-based assessment of children’s diets – a mixed methods study. Norman Å, Kjellenberg K, Torres Aréchiga D, Löf M, Patterson E.Nutr J. 2020;19(1):50.
School-related physical activity interventions and mental health among children: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Andermo S, Hallgren M, Nguyen TT, Jonsson S, Petersen S, Friberg M, Romqvist A, Stubbs B, Elinder LS
Sports Med Open 2020 Jun;6(1):25
Managing Implementation of a Parental Support Programme for Obesity Prevention in the School Context: The Importance of Creating Commitment in an Overburdened Work Situation, a Qualitative Study.
Bergström H, Sundblom E, Elinder LS, Norman Å, Nyberg G
J Prim Prev 2020 Mar.
School-based obesity prevention for busy low-income families-Organisational and personal barriers and facilitators to implementation.
Norman Å, Nyberg G, Berlin A PLoS One 2019 ;14(11):e0224512
A Healthy School Start Plus for prevention of childhood overweight and obesity in disadvantaged areas through parental support in the school setting - study protocol for a parallel group cluster randomised trial.
Elinder LS, Patterson E, Nyberg G, Norman Å
BMC Public Health 2018 04;18(1):459
Publications from previous parental support interventions in the school context
Effectiveness of a universal parental support programme to promote healthy dietary habits and physical activity and to prevent overweight and obesity in 6-year-old children: the Healthy School Start Study, a cluster-randomised controlled trial. Nyberg G, Sundblom E, Norman Å, Bohman B, Hagberg J, Elinder LS. PLoS One 2015 ;10(2):e0116876l. Nyberg G, Sundblom E, Norman A, Bohman B, Hagberg J, Elinder LS. PLoS One. 2015;10(2):e0116876. PMID:25680096
Effectiveness of a universal parental support programme to promote health behaviours and prevent overweight and obesity in 6-year-old children in disadvantaged areas, the Healthy School Start Study II, a cluster-randomised controlled trial. Nyberg G, Norman Å, Sundblom E, Zeebari Z, Elinder LS. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act 2016 Jan;13():4 Nyberg G, Norman A, Sundblom E, Zeebari Z, Elinder LS. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2016;13(1):4.
Parental support in promoting children’s health behaviours and preventing overweight and obesity – a long-term follow-up of the cluster-randomised healthy school start study II trial. Norman Å, Zeebari Z, Nyberg N, Elinder LS. BMC Pediatrics (2019) 19:104.