Global, regional, and national trends and patterns in physical activity research since 1950 : a systematic review / Andrea Ramírez Varela... [et al.]

Ramírez Varela, Andrea

National, regional and global scientific production and research capacity for physical activity (PA) - PA may contribute to improving public health PA policies and programs. There is an uneven distribution of research productivity by region and country income group, where countries with the highest burden of non-communicable diseases attributable to physical inactivity having low research productivity. A first step towards improving global research capacity is to objectively quantify patterns, trends, and gaps in PA research. This study describes national, regional and global trends and patterns of PA research from 1950 to 2019.

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