Revisión sistemática sobre los beneficios psicosociales obtenidos con intervenciones para promover el desplazamietno activo al colegio

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  • D. Cerro Herrero
  • MA. Tapia Serrano
  • M. Vaquero Solis
  • J. Prieto Prieto
  • PA. Sánchez Miguel
DOI: https://doi.org/10.6018/sportk.461711
Palabras clave: desplazamientos activos, centros educativos, revisión, psicosocial

Resumen

El desplazamiento activo al centro educativo ha disminuido en los últimos años. Los objetivos principales de esta revisión fueron determinar qué intervenciones se están llevando a cabo para promover el desplazamiento activo, conocer la calidad de las investigaciones y analizar qué parámetros psicosociales se han estudiado. La búsqueda bibliográfica se realizó en las bases de datos de Medline, Sport Discus, Scopus, Web of Science y Google Scholar. Finalmente, se seleccionaron 23 investigaciones que desarrollaban intervenciones para fomentar el desplazamiento activo. La intervención más frecuente es implementar programas para promover el desplazamiento activo (91.30%). Existen pocos estudios con intervenciones, y aproximadamente la mitad de los estudios no logran mejorar los datos de niveles de desplazamiento activo (47.83%). La salud psicosocial no ha sido apenas estudiada, tan solo en 1 estudio se midieron las variables de salud psicosocial. Es importante aumentar el número de estudios, aleatorizarlos, controlar contaminantes externos, aumentar la duración y desarrollar estudios de salud psicosocial.

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01-01-2021
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Cerro Herrero, D., Tapia Serrano, M., Vaquero Solis, M., Prieto Prieto, J., & Sánchez Miguel, P. (2021). Revisión sistemática sobre los beneficios psicosociales obtenidos con intervenciones para promover el desplazamietno activo al colegio. SPORT TK-Revista EuroAmericana De Ciencias Del Deporte, 10(1), 95-105. https://doi.org/10.6018/sportk.461711
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