A Economia da Atividade Física em Países de Baixa e Média Renda: Protocolo Para Uma Revisão Sistemática

Por: Nana Kwame Anokye, Priyanga Diloshini Ranasinghe e Subhash Pokhrel.

BMJ Open - 2019

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Introdução Evidências sobre os custos econômicos de inatividade física e a relação custo-eficácia dos intervenções em atividades de  países baixa renda e renda média e em desenvolvimento (LMICs) são esparsos e fragmentados. Estão disponíveis. Esta é a primeira revisão destinada a resumir evidências disponíveis sobre economia da atividade física em LMICs, identificar possíveis variáveis de recomendações para a política e identificar e relatar lacunas no conhecimento atual sobre economia da atividade física em LMICs.

Métodos e análises Artigos de periódicos revisados por pares, experimentais, quase-experimentais e estudos de método misto sobre economia da atividade física nos LMICs serão identificados por uma pesquisa nas bases de dados; Scopus, Web of Science e SPORTDiscus. Websites da OMS, o Instituto Nacional de Saúde e Cuidados Excelência internacional, Banco Mundial e listas de referência de estudos. O processo de seleção do estudo será uma abordagem em duas etapas; título e resumo para inclusão, seguido por uma revisão de artigos de texto completo selecionados por dois revisores. Os desacordos serão resolvidos por consenso e discussão com um terceiro revisor. Os dados serão extraídos usando formulários de extração de dados pilotados padronizados. Risco de preconceito será avaliado criticamente usando listas de verificação padrão com base em projetos de estudo. Síntese descritiva de dados é planejado. Quando relevante, os resumos dos estudos serão classificados de acordo com o tipo de análise econômica, categoria país ou país, população, intervenção, comparador, desfecho e desenho do estudo. Meta-análise será realizada quando apropriado. Este protocolo para A revisão sistemática é preparada de acordo com as Itens de Relatórios para Revisão Sistemática e Meta-análise para o protocolo - declaração 2015 .

Ética e divulgação A aprovação ética não será exigida já ue não serão coletados dados como parte esta revisão. A revisão completa será submetida para publicação em uma revista revisada por pares e apresentada em conferências.

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