Journal article

Associations of neighborhood environmental attributes with adults' objectively- assessed sedentary time: IPEN adult multi-country study

Neville Owen, Takemi Sugiyama, Mohammad Javad Koohsari, Ilse De Bourdeaudhuij, Nyssa Hadgraft, Adewale Oyeyemi, Ines Aguinaga-Ontoso, Josef Mitas, Jens Troelsen, Rachel Davey, Grant Schofield, Kelli L Cain, Olga L Sarmiento, Rodrigo Reis, Deborah Salvo, Duncan J Macfarlane, James F Sallis, Ester Cerin

Preventive Medicine | ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE | Published : 2018

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Funding Acknowledgements

All authors declare financial support for the submitted work from the National Cancer Institute of the United States National Institutes of Health. Data collection in Hong Kong was supported by the HK Research Grants Council GRF grants (#HKU740907H and #747807H) and HKU URC Strategic Research Theme (Public Health). US data collection and Coordinating Center processing was supported by the NIH grants R01 HL67350 (NHLBI) and R01 CA127296 (NCI). The study conducted in Bogota was funded by Colciencias grant 519_2010, Fogarty International Center (NIH) and CeiBA. The contributions of Neville Owen were supported by NHMRC Program Grant # 569940, NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellowship # 1003960, and by the Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program. The Danish study was partly funded by the Municipality of Aarhus. Data collection in the Czech Republic was supported by the grant MEYS (# MSM 6198959221). Data collection in New Zealand was supported by the Health Research Council of New Zealand grant # 07/ 356. Data collection in Mexico was supported by the CDC Foundation which received an unrestricted grant from The Coca-Cola Company. The UK study was funded by the Medical Research Council under the National Preventive Research Initiative. Deborah Salvo was supported by a training grant from the CDC Foundation. James F Sallis received grants and personal fees from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation outside of submitted work, grants and non-financial support from Nike, Inc. outside of submitted work, and is a consultant and receiver of royalties from SPARK Programs of School Specialty, Inc.