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Table 5 Parental involvement at 8 months mid-way assessment of the HEIA study

From: Changes in adolescents' intake of sugar-sweetened beverages and sedentary behaviour: Results at 8 month mid-way assessment of the HEIA study - a comprehensive, multi-component school-based randomized trial

Parents   Daughter
%
Son
%
p   Normal
weight
%
Overweight/
obese
%
p   12 years
or less
%
Between
13 and
16 year%
More than
16 years
%
p
Parental awareness n 169 145   n 263 33   n 70 119 117  
Low to moderate 104 23.7 44.1 0.001 98 33.1 33.3 0.86 100 22.9 36.1 35.0 0.33
Moderate to high 97 34.3 26.9   92 31.6 27.3   96 35.7 27.7 32.5  
High 113 42.0 29.0   106 35.4 39.4   110 41.4 36.1 32.5  
Dose received n 164 139   n 253 32   n 64 118 113  
Low to moderate 88 25.6 33.1 0.36 83 28.9 31.2 0.67 85 37.5 25.4 27.4 0.10
Moderate to high 109 37.8 33.8   100 36.0 28.1   106 26.6 44.1 32.7  
High 106 36.6 33.1   102 35.2 40.6   104 35.9 30.5 39.8  
Satisfaction
- overall
n 183 158   n 286 37   n 78 130 123  
Low to moderate 22 7.1 5.7 0.55 20 6.3 5.4 0.98 22 7.7 3.8 8.9 0.57
Moderate to high 174 53.0 48.7   166 51.4 51.4   169 51.3 51.5 50.4  
High 145 39.9 45.6   137 42.3 43.2   140 41.0 44.6 40.7  
Satisfaction
- fact sheets
n 179 150   n 274 36   n 74 125 121  
Low to moderate 130 44.1 34.0 0.01 123 39.8 38.9 0.70 126 37.8 32.8 47.1 0.20
Moderate to high 81 18.4 32.0   78 24.5 30.6   80 24.3 26.4 24.0  
High 118 37.4 34.0   109 35.8 30.6   114 37.8 40.8 28.9  
  1. Only adolescents and parents at the intervention schools were included in the analyses
  2. p = Pearson Chi-Square
  3. Parental awareness: parental awareness of program activities for adolescents at school
  4. Dose received: fact sheets received by parents
  5. Satisfaction - overall: parental satisfaction of the project in general
  6. Satisfaction - fact sheets: parental satisfaction of the fact sheets for parents (appreciation of receiving them/interesting content/useful tips)