Reports

Recruitment and Retention in Health Programs Report
The Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition Research (C-PAN) undertook a project for the Medibank Community Fund, to identify effective and successful strategies for recruitment and retention of participants in community-based health promotion programs. Read the report
Research Summary Reports

 Active transport among youth how important is the road environment - (.pdf 14K)

 Children eating behaviours SES Summary - (.pdf 1.6MB)

 Children who meet recommendations for physical activity and screen time despite socioeconomic disadvantage - (.pdf 1.4MB)

 Childrens and adolescents activity during the critical window - (.pdf 370K)

 Childrens independent mobility is it influenced by parents percentions of safety - (.pdf 2.4MB)

 Mental health and physical activity among adolescents - (.pdf 1.1MB)

 Public open spaces what features encourage children to be active - (.pdf 499K)

 What influences childrens walking and cycling to school - (.pdf 0.9MB)

 Why do some women of low socioeconomic position eat better than others - (.pdf 1.1MB)

Research Book Reports

 Active transport among youth how important is the road environment - (.pdf 2.7MB)

 Active transport youth road environment Summary - (.pdf 3.4MB)

 CLASS Childrens leisure activity study - (.pdf 424K)

 Children and adolescents physical activity during the critical window - (.pdf 3.0MB)

 Children independent mobility parental influence - (.pdf 1.4MB)

 Eating behaviours of urban and rural children from disadvantaged backgrounds - (.pdf 3.9MB)

 Influences to childrens travels to school - (.pdf 1.1MB)

 Mental health and physical activity among adolescents Summary - (.pdf 3.6MB)

 Mental health and physical activity among adolescents - (.pdf 1.1MB)

 SESAW Socioeconomic and neighbourhood inequalities - (.pdf 133K)

 Why do some women of low socio economic position eat better than others - (.pdf 2.2MB)

 what features encourage children to be active - (.pdf 1.9MB)

Other

 Park refurbishment - (.pdf 434K)