Physical Activity Change after a Promotora-Led Intervention in Low-Income Mexican American Women Residing in South Texas
Examines the physical activity preferences and changes after a community health worker (CHW) led intervention to decrease sedentary time in 620 Mexican American women from mostly rural colonias settlements in Hidalgo County, South Texas on the U.S. Mexico border. The Community Health Activities Model Program for Seniors Physical Activity (CHAMPS) instrument was used to predict an increase in moderate to vigorous physical activity.
Jennifer J. Salinas, Deborah Parra-Medina
BMC Public Health. 2019,(19), 782.
Community health workers · Hispanics and Latinos · Physical activity · Statistics and data · U.S.-Mexico Border Region · Women · Texas