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Effectiveness of social marketing strategies to reduce youth obesity in European school-based interventions: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Aceves-Martins M, Llauradó E, Tarro L, Moreno-García CF, Trujillo Escobar TG, Solà R, Giralt M - Nutr. Rev. (2016)

Bottom Line: Some or all of the 8 domains of the National Social Marketing Centre's social marketing benchmark criteria (SMBC) are often used but not always defined in intervention studies.The PubMed, Cochrane, and ERIC databases were used.PROSPERO registration number: CRD42014007297.

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Affiliation: M. Aceves-Martins, E. Llauradó, L. Tarro, R. Solà, and M. Giralt are with the Functional Nutrition, Oxidation and Cardiovascular Disease Research Group (NFOC), Medicine and Surgery Department, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Catalonia, Spain. M. Aceves-Martins, E. Llauradó, L. Tarro, R. Solà, and M. Giralt are with the Health Promotion and Education Research Team, Medicine and Surgery Department, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Catalonia, Spain. M. Aceves-Martins, E. Llauradó, L. Tarro, R. Solà, and M. Giralt are with the Spanish Research Team at the European Youth Tackling Obesity (EYTO) Project. C.F. Moreno-García is with the Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Department, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Catalonia, Spain. T.G. Trujillo Escobar is with the Mathematics and Statistics Faculty, Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain.

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Forest plot results showing the effect (if any) of including the remaining 4 social marketing benchmark criteria (SMBC) (theory, insight, exchange, and competition) on BMI. Forest plots were constructed of randomized controlled trials that reported (1) body mass index as well as the standard mean difference (SMD) and its standard deviation (SD) or 95%CI; or (2) data related to the 4 remaining SMBC (A. theory; B. insight; C. exchange; D. competition) from which the SMD and SD or 95%CI could be calculated.
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nuw004-F4: Forest plot results showing the effect (if any) of including the remaining 4 social marketing benchmark criteria (SMBC) (theory, insight, exchange, and competition) on BMI. Forest plots were constructed of randomized controlled trials that reported (1) body mass index as well as the standard mean difference (SMD) and its standard deviation (SD) or 95%CI; or (2) data related to the 4 remaining SMBC (A. theory; B. insight; C. exchange; D. competition) from which the SMD and SD or 95%CI could be calculated.

Mentions: Figure 4 shows the effect of including each of the remaining 4 SMBC (theory, insight, exchange, and competition) on BMI SMD. Figure 4A shows that the presence or absence of the theory criterion is inconsequential. In Figure 4B (insight), no comparison was made because every study presented this criterion. Figure 4C (exchange) shows a small reduction, according to Cohen,68 in BMI SMD effect size (−0.17; 95%CI, −0.32 to −0.02) for the 13 studies in the analysis that did not report this criterion, a finding contrary to expectations. Finally, Figure 4D (competition) shows a small reduction in effect size (BMI SMD, −0.15; 95%CI, −0.25 to −0.04) in the 15 studies that did report this criterion.Figure 4


Effectiveness of social marketing strategies to reduce youth obesity in European school-based interventions: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Aceves-Martins M, Llauradó E, Tarro L, Moreno-García CF, Trujillo Escobar TG, Solà R, Giralt M - Nutr. Rev. (2016)

Forest plot results showing the effect (if any) of including the remaining 4 social marketing benchmark criteria (SMBC) (theory, insight, exchange, and competition) on BMI. Forest plots were constructed of randomized controlled trials that reported (1) body mass index as well as the standard mean difference (SMD) and its standard deviation (SD) or 95%CI; or (2) data related to the 4 remaining SMBC (A. theory; B. insight; C. exchange; D. competition) from which the SMD and SD or 95%CI could be calculated.
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nuw004-F4: Forest plot results showing the effect (if any) of including the remaining 4 social marketing benchmark criteria (SMBC) (theory, insight, exchange, and competition) on BMI. Forest plots were constructed of randomized controlled trials that reported (1) body mass index as well as the standard mean difference (SMD) and its standard deviation (SD) or 95%CI; or (2) data related to the 4 remaining SMBC (A. theory; B. insight; C. exchange; D. competition) from which the SMD and SD or 95%CI could be calculated.
Mentions: Figure 4 shows the effect of including each of the remaining 4 SMBC (theory, insight, exchange, and competition) on BMI SMD. Figure 4A shows that the presence or absence of the theory criterion is inconsequential. In Figure 4B (insight), no comparison was made because every study presented this criterion. Figure 4C (exchange) shows a small reduction, according to Cohen,68 in BMI SMD effect size (−0.17; 95%CI, −0.32 to −0.02) for the 13 studies in the analysis that did not report this criterion, a finding contrary to expectations. Finally, Figure 4D (competition) shows a small reduction in effect size (BMI SMD, −0.15; 95%CI, −0.25 to −0.04) in the 15 studies that did report this criterion.Figure 4

Bottom Line: Some or all of the 8 domains of the National Social Marketing Centre's social marketing benchmark criteria (SMBC) are often used but not always defined in intervention studies.The PubMed, Cochrane, and ERIC databases were used.PROSPERO registration number: CRD42014007297.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: M. Aceves-Martins, E. Llauradó, L. Tarro, R. Solà, and M. Giralt are with the Functional Nutrition, Oxidation and Cardiovascular Disease Research Group (NFOC), Medicine and Surgery Department, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Catalonia, Spain. M. Aceves-Martins, E. Llauradó, L. Tarro, R. Solà, and M. Giralt are with the Health Promotion and Education Research Team, Medicine and Surgery Department, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Catalonia, Spain. M. Aceves-Martins, E. Llauradó, L. Tarro, R. Solà, and M. Giralt are with the Spanish Research Team at the European Youth Tackling Obesity (EYTO) Project. C.F. Moreno-García is with the Engineering, Computing and Mathematics Department, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Catalonia, Spain. T.G. Trujillo Escobar is with the Mathematics and Statistics Faculty, Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain.

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