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Table 1 Usage of PROGRESS-Plus factors within all studies (n = 59)

From: Impact of universal interventions on social inequalities in physical activity among older adults: an equity-focused systematic review

PROGRESS-Plus factor Use of PROGRESS-Plus factors
  Sample description Intervention effects
   Control variablesa Differential effects
Place of residence 2 1 0
Race/ethnicity 22 2 2
Occupation 10 2 0
Gender/sex 58 19 9
Religion 1 0 0
Education 32 9 3
Socioeconomic status (SES) 2 0 0
Income 13 1 0
Social capital 1 0 0
Age 58 22 9
Marital status 21 3 2
Living situation 10 2 0
Total studies 59 22 11
  1. aIn 5 studies represented in the column, PROGRESS-Plus factors were considered as confounding factors, but not included in final analyses (Place of residence n = 1, Gender/sex n = 3, Education n = 1, Age n = 5, Living situation n = 1)