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dc.contributor.advisorRamírez-Vélez, Robinson 
dc.contributor.advisorPrieto-Benavides, Daniel Humberto 
dc.creatorBeltrán Ahumada, César 
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dc.date.created2016-09-09
dc.identifier.urihttp://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/12535
dc.descriptionIntroducción: El transporte activo (TA) puede ser una oportunidad para incrementar los niveles de actividad física diarios de los niños y adolescentes, además de destacarse como una estrategia práctica, accesible y sostenible a largo plazo. Objetivos: El objetivo del presente estudio es doble: Analizar los patrones de desplazamiento activo en bicicleta al y desde el centro educativo, y b) Identificar los factores asociados al uso de la bicicleta como TA; en una muestra de niños y jóvenes pertenecientes a escuelas oficiales de Bogotá, Colombia. Material y métodos: Se trata de un sub-análisis del estudio FUPRECOL en 8060 niños y adolescentes entre los 9-17 años de edad). El modo de desplazamiento del escolar fue determinado a través de la pregunta: “¿Durante los últimos 7 días, usaste bicicleta para ir al colegio/escuela y volver a la casa?. Dicha respuesta se categorizó en activos “Si” (si se desplazan en bicicleta) y pasivos “No” (si se desplazan en vehículo motorizado). Se midieron parámetros antropométricos de peso, talla y perímetro de cintura. El máximo nivel de estudios alcanzados por la madre/padre (no reporta, primaria o secundaria/técnico o tecnólogo/universitario o postgrado) y la composición del hogar (vive con padre/vive con madre/con ambos padres/con abuelos/otros familiares) se auto-reportó por los padres. Las relaciones entre el TA y los factores anteriormente descritos se analizaron mediante regresión logística binaria. Resultados: El 21,9% del total de la muestra reporta usar la bicicleta como medio de transporte y el 7,9% acumula más de 120 minutos al día. Se observó una mayor probabilidad de usar la bicicleta como medio de desplazamiento activo a la escuela en los varones, en los jóvenes entre 9 y 12 años, y en aquellos cuyo padre/madre reportaron mayor grado académico, es decir, “universitario/postgrado”. 3 Conclusión: Los hallazgos del presente estudio sugieren que es necesario promover el TA desde la niñez, poniendo mayor énfasis en el paso a la adolescencia y en las jóvenes, para así aumentar los niveles diarios de AF de estos.
dc.description.abstractIntroduction: active transport (TA) can be an opportunity to increase daily physical activity levels of children and adolescents, and excelled as a practical strategy, accessible and sustainable long term. Objectives: The objective of This study is twofold: To analyze the travel patterns to and active cycling from the school, and b) Identify the factors associated with use of the bicycle as TA; in a sample of children and young people from public schools in Bogota, Colombia. Methods: This is a sub-analysis study in 8060 FUPRECOL children and adolescents aged 9-17 years old). Scroll mode the school was determined by the question: "During the past seven days, you used bicycle to college / school and return home ?. That response was categorized in assets "Yes" (if traveling by bicycle) and liabilities "No" (if moving motor vehicle). They were measured anthropometric measurements of weight, height and waist circumference. The highest level of education achieved by the mother / father (not reported, primary or secondary / technical or Technologist / college or graduate) and household composition (living with father / she lives with mother / with both parents / with grandparents / other relatives) were self-reported by parents. The relationships between the TA and the factors described above were analyzed by regression Binary logistic. Results: 21.9% of the total sample reported using the bicycle as means of transport and 7.9% accumulated more than 120 minutes a day. It was observed a greater likely to use bicycles as a means of active travel to school in the males, young people between 9 and 12 years and those whose father / mother reported more degree, ie, "university / graduate". Conclusion: The findings of this study suggest the need to promote the TA since childhood, placing greater emphasis on the transition to adolescence and young, to thereby increasing daily levels of AF of these.
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dc.sourceinstname:Universidad del Rosario
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
dc.subjectMedios de transporte
dc.subjectEstudiantes
dc.subjectAsociación
dc.subjectConducta
dc.subject.ddc617
dc.subject.lembActividad motora
dc.subject.lembDeportes escolares
dc.subject.lembPromoción de la salud
dc.titleFactores asociados al desplazamiento activo en bicicleta al colegio en el Distrito Bogotá, Colombia. Estudio FUPRECOL
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dc.publisherUniversidad del Rosario
dc.creator.degreeMagíster en actividad física y salud
dc.publisher.programMaestría en Actividad Física y Salud
dc.publisher.departmentFacultad de medicina
dc.subject.keywordMeans of transport
dc.subject.keywordStudents
dc.subject.keywordAssociation
dc.subject.keywordConduct
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