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Carrie W. LeCrom, Brendan Dwyer and Gregory Greenhalgh

. Thompson , K. , Boore , J. , & Deeny , P. ( 2000 ). A comparison of an international experience for nursing students in developed and developing countries . International Journal of Nursing Studies, 37 ( 6 ), 481 – 492 . PubMed ID: 10871658 doi:10.1016/S0020-7489(00)00027-4 10.1016/S0020

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Jennifer Brunet, Eva Guérin and Nicolas Speranzini

Older adults are one of the fastest growing segments of the population in developed countries ( World Health Organization, 2015 ). Aging men and women are more susceptible to chronic (e.g., cardiovascular conditions, type 2 diabetes, cancer) and degenerative illnesses (e.g., osteoporosis

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Diana Castaneda-Gameros, Sabi Redwood and Janice L. Thompson

the present study. As the UK and other developed countries become increasingly diverse, it is important to ensure the health and well-being of migrant groups. While some women may be comfortable in using PA services already available for older adults (e.g., walking clubs, mixed facilities), many

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April Henning and Jörg Krieger

reservations about the change, including those worried that focusing on professionals would stall amateur track-and-field participation in developing countries, Diack saw it differently. In his view, the IAAF was not an organization with athletes as its mission. Rather, the IAAF “is a Federation of Federations

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Karin Lobenius-Palmér, Birgitta Sjöqvist, Anita Hurtig-Wennlöf and Lars-Olov Lundqvist

 al., 2009 ), indicating that low PA and high sedentary time in youth with disabilities is a widespread phenomenon, at least in developed countries. Although youth with disabilities were less active than youth with TD in almost all PA variables, there were some exceptions. There was, for instance, no

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Pierre Lepage, Gordon A. Bloom and William R. Falcão

The World Health Organization ( 2017 ) recently estimated that over 1 billion individuals have reported a disability. Within this population, 180–220 million are youth, 80% of them living in developed countries ( United Nations, 2016 ). For example, the United States has over 5 million youth

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Erin K. Howie, Justin M. Guagliano, Karen Milton, Stewart A. Vella, Sjaan R. Gomersall, Tracy L. Kolbe-Alexander, Justin Richards and Russell R. Pate

increasing physical activity levels among all individuals 13 and is particularly relevant to children due to existing cultural norms and infrastructure that encourage sport participation among children and adolescents, particularly in developed countries. This appears to be a global phenomenon as, for

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Katherine L. Downing, Jo Salmon, Anna Timperio, Trina Hinkley, Dylan P. Cliff, Anthony D. Okely and Kylie D. Hesketh

Global Matrix 3.0 physical activity report card grades for children and youth (analyzing results from 49 countries) found that, on average, 60% to 70% of children in developed countries exceed the recommended amount of sedentary screen time. 7 Although there has been some success with interventions to

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Keren Susan Cherian, Ashok Sainoji, Balakrishna Nagalla and Venkata Ramana Yagnambhatt

as it attempts for the first time to understand the energy adequacy of adolescent national-level soccer players in a developing country such as India. The energy expenditure measured using indirect calorimetry was compared with the energy intake estimated using weighed food records. There was an

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Kendra R. Todd and Kathleen A. Martin Ginis

occur with the aid of a power wheelchair, manual wheelchair, orthotics, canes, crutches, or even nothing at all. Globally, studies suggest a prevalence rate of 490–526 SCIs per million population among developed countries, and 440 per million for nondeveloped countries. The current global incidence rate