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“That's like therapy”—A qualitative study on socially disadvantaged women's views on the effects of a community-based participatory research project on their health and health behavior

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Kreiml, Verena ; Sauter, Alexandra ; Abu-Omar, Karim ; Eickmann, Sascha ; Herrmann-Johns, Anne
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 25 Jan 2024 13:13


Background: Regular physical activity has positive effects on both physical and mental health. Nevertheless, socially disadvantaged women are often insufficiently physically active. Through needs-based physical activity offers, community-based participatory research (CBPR) projects have the potential to reach these women and increase the effectiveness of physical activity interventions by ...


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