Project SoL—A community-based, multi-component health promotion intervention to improve eating habits and physical activity among Danish families with young children: Part 1: Intervention development and implementation

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Project SoL—A community-based, multi-component health promotion intervention to improve eating habits and physical activity among Danish families with young children : Part 1: Intervention development and implementation. / Toft, Ulla; Bloch, Paul; Reinbach, Helene C.; Winkler, Lise L.; Buch-Andersen, Tine; Aagaard-Hansen, Jens; Mikkelsen, Bent Egberg; Jensen, Bjarne Bruun; Glümer, Charlotte.

I: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Bind 15, Nr. 6, 1097, 01.06.2018, s. 1.

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Toft, U, Bloch, P, Reinbach, HC, Winkler, LL, Buch-Andersen, T, Aagaard-Hansen, J, Mikkelsen, BE, Jensen, BB & Glümer, C 2018, 'Project SoL—A community-based, multi-component health promotion intervention to improve eating habits and physical activity among Danish families with young children: Part 1: Intervention development and implementation', International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, bind 15, nr. 6, 1097, s. 1. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph15061097

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Toft, U., Bloch, P., Reinbach, H. C., Winkler, L. L., Buch-Andersen, T., Aagaard-Hansen, J., ... Glümer, C. (2018). Project SoL—A community-based, multi-component health promotion intervention to improve eating habits and physical activity among Danish families with young children: Part 1: Intervention development and implementation. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(6), 1. [1097]. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph15061097

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Toft U, Bloch P, Reinbach HC, Winkler LL, Buch-Andersen T, Aagaard-Hansen J o.a. Project SoL—A community-based, multi-component health promotion intervention to improve eating habits and physical activity among Danish families with young children: Part 1: Intervention development and implementation. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2018 jun 1;15(6):1. 1097. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph15061097

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Toft, Ulla ; Bloch, Paul ; Reinbach, Helene C. ; Winkler, Lise L. ; Buch-Andersen, Tine ; Aagaard-Hansen, Jens ; Mikkelsen, Bent Egberg ; Jensen, Bjarne Bruun ; Glümer, Charlotte. / Project SoL—A community-based, multi-component health promotion intervention to improve eating habits and physical activity among Danish families with young children : Part 1: Intervention development and implementation. I: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2018 ; Bind 15, Nr. 6. s. 1.

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AU - Winkler, Lise L.

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KW - Children

KW - Community

KW - Complex interventions

KW - Denmark

KW - Families

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KW - Mass media

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KW - Schools

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