OPIC (Obesity Prevention in Communities) Baseline Data Report
This comprehensive report includes baseline data collected for the Pacific OPIC project in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga. Information was collected from 17,150 high schol students, including self-completed surveys and anthropometric measurements.
Data are reported in the following categories:
- Body size and attitudes
- Food and Nutrition Behaviours
- Physical Activity and Leisure Time Activities
- Family and Home Environment
- School Environment
- Neighbourhoods and Communities
- Quality of Life Indicators
The report also describes the project's study deisgn and methodology
Utter J, Faemani G, Malakellis M, Vanualailai N, Kremer P, Scragg R, Swinburn B LIFESTYLE AND OBESITY IN SOUTH PACIFIC YOUTH: Baseline Results from the Pacific Obesity Prevention in Communities (OPIC) Project in New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga and Australia. Auckland: University of Auckland, 2008.
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