GPAQ


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GPAQGeneral Practice Assessment Questionnaire
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GPAQ is a special purpose acquisition company formed by James Dolan.
The transaction is not subject to a minimum cash investment by GPAQ.
A mayor strength is the adaptation of the GPAQ (Armstrong et al., 2006) without altering its measurement system, which allowed us to assess sport modalities: The importance of sport types in relation to self-regulation issues has scarcely been paid any attention to in prior research.
Validity of the Global Physical Activity Questionnaire (GPAQ) in adult Latinas.
Ademas de esto, el componente de este instrumento que valora la actividad fisica, llamado Cuestionario Mundial de Actividad Fisica (GPAQ por sus siglas en ingles) ha sido validado internacionalmente (23).
Physical activity scores were calculated using the WHO's GPAQ Analysis Guide [21], which provided a total measure of Metabolic Equivalent (MET) minutes per week.
Physical activity was assessed using the global physical activity questionnaire (GPAQ).
Sitting time was determined by participants' responses to a single item from the GPAQ that asked participants to report, in minutes, the time sitting or reclining on a typical day.
PA data were collected through a face-to-face interview by using GPAQ. GPAQ was created by the World Health Organization to monitor PA and is used to measure PA levels.
Definitions of NCD risk factors by data sources Data source Risk factor SADHS Alcohol use * Ever drank alcohol (past and current) * Amount of alcohol consumed per day * Alcohol dependence Smoking * Ever used tobacco products * Perceptions of smoke on health * Exposure to environmental tobacco smoke Physical Used Global Physical Activity inactivity Questionnaire (GPAQ) [22] * Unhealthy * Fat/salt scores calculated based on diets consumption data of meats, fried foods, fried chips, processed meats, spreads, salty foods and snacks, adds salt, etc.
The GPAQ collects information on physical activity during a typical week within three areas of life (workplace, transport, and leisure time) as well as sedentary behavior.