What is it about?
To identify, summarise and evaluate evidence on the correlation between perceived and actual neighbourhood safety (personal and road danger) and diverse forms of outdoor active mobility behaviour (i.e, active play, exercise, and travel) among primary-school-aged children.
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Why is it important?
The first systematic review that synthesize evidence from observational studies exploring children’s active mobility behaviour and safety
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