Health Oriented Pedagogical Project (HOPP)

  • Project period: 2015 - 2022
  • Category: Applied Research

Participants

  • Per Morten Fredriksen

    Per Morten Fredriksen

    Project manager / Professor

    Kristiania University College

    Trening, ernæring og biomedisin

    Per Morten Fredriksen
  • Ragnhild Eg

    Ragnhild Eg

    Førsteamanuensis

    Kristiania University College

    Psykologi, pedagogikk og juss

    Ragnhild Eg
  • Merete Kolberg Tennfjord

    Kristiania University College

    Kristiania University College

  • Anne Merete Øfsti Eie

    Vestfold Hospital Trust

  • Mette Brokner

    Vestfold Hospital Trust

  • Morten Lindberg

    Vestfold Hospital Trust

  • Helle B Hager

    Vestfold Hospital Trust

  • Martin Frank Strand

    Martin Frank Strand

    Førsteamanuensis

    Kristiania University College

    Trening, ernæring og biomedisin

    Martin Frank Strand
  • Maren Valand Fredriksen

    Kristiania University College

    Kristiania University College

  • Asgeir Mamen

    Asgeir Mamen

    Professor

    Kristiania University College

    Folkehelse og manuell behandling

    Asgeir Mamen

Publications

  • Mamen, Asgeir, Braaum, Lars Erik & Fredriksen, Per Morten (2020). Presenting Health Status in Children Using a Radar Plot. Sports. ISSN 2075-4663. 8(4) doi: 10.3390/sports8040053
  • Kharlova, Iana, Deng, Wei Hai, Mamen, Jostein, Mamen, Asgeir, Fredriksen, Maren Valand & Fredriksen, Per Morten (2020). The Weather Impact on Physical Activity of 6–12 Year Old Children: A Clustered Study of the Health Oriented Pedagogical Project (HOPP). Sports. ISSN 2075-4663. 8(9) doi: 10.3390/sports8010009
  • Kharlova, Iana, Fredriksen, Maren Valand, Mamen, Asgeir & Fredriksen, Per Morten (2020). Daily and Weekly Variation in Children’s Physical Activity in Norway: A Cross-Sectional Study of The Health Oriented Pedagogical Project (HOPP). Sports. ISSN 2075-4663. 8(11) doi: 10.3390/sports8110150

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