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What interventions increase commuter cycling? A systematic review.

Stewart G, Anokye NK, Pokhrel S - BMJ Open (2015)

Bottom Line: Individual-based or group-based interventions in 6/7 studies were found to increase commuter cycling of which the effect was significant in only 3/6 studies.Almost all studies had substantial loss to follow-up.This could mean that environmental interventions, despite their small positive effects, have greater public health significance than individual-based or group-based measures because those interventions encourage a larger number of people to integrate physical activity into their everyday lives.

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Affiliation: Health Economics Research Group (HERG), Institute of Environment, Health and Societies, Brunel University London, Uxbridge, UK.

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PRISMA diagram of the study identification and inclusion process (Digital Dissert, Digital Dissertations).
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BMJOPEN2015007945F1: PRISMA diagram of the study identification and inclusion process (Digital Dissert, Digital Dissertations).

Mentions: A total of 12 studies were thus identified as eligible for full review. FigureĀ 1 depicts a PRISMA diagram of the study identification and inclusion process.


What interventions increase commuter cycling? A systematic review.

Stewart G, Anokye NK, Pokhrel S - BMJ Open (2015)

PRISMA diagram of the study identification and inclusion process (Digital Dissert, Digital Dissertations).
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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BMJOPEN2015007945F1: PRISMA diagram of the study identification and inclusion process (Digital Dissert, Digital Dissertations).
Mentions: A total of 12 studies were thus identified as eligible for full review. FigureĀ 1 depicts a PRISMA diagram of the study identification and inclusion process.

Bottom Line: Individual-based or group-based interventions in 6/7 studies were found to increase commuter cycling of which the effect was significant in only 3/6 studies.Almost all studies had substantial loss to follow-up.This could mean that environmental interventions, despite their small positive effects, have greater public health significance than individual-based or group-based measures because those interventions encourage a larger number of people to integrate physical activity into their everyday lives.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Health Economics Research Group (HERG), Institute of Environment, Health and Societies, Brunel University London, Uxbridge, UK.

No MeSH data available.