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Table 1 Descriptive and reliability statistics for health-related quality of life (QOL;n = 38)aand body composition (n = 39)b

From: Using the RE-AIM framework to evaluate a community-based summer camp for children with obesity: a prospective feasibility study

Measure Pre-intervention Post-intervention 6-month follow-up 12-month follow-up
  M SD α M SD α M SD α M SD α
BMI-z 2.19 0.25 - 2.15* 0.25 - 2.14* 0.27 - 2.13 0.31 -
Lean mass (%) 53.84 4.11 - 54.82* 4.59 - 54.64 4.81 - 49.89 7.41 -
Fat mass (%) 45.24 4.06 - 44.22* 4.46 - 44.11 4.88 - 44.09 3.46 -
Child – physical QOL 73.39 14.16 0.94 79.61* 14.53 0.94 81.34* 14.58 0.94 79.44 14.97 0.94
Child – emotional QOL 66.05 19.94 0.94 75.66* 19.21 0.94 74.03 24.18 0.94 74.52* 19.84 0.94
Child – social QOL 65.00 21.34 0.94 70.79* 21.98 0.94 73.33* 21.34 0.94 71.94 18.81 0.94
Parent – physical QOL 66.81 16.03 0.94 82.04* 14.16 0.94 79.59* 17.02 0.94 80.40* 14.50 0.94
Parent – emotional QOL 60.92 19.72 0.94 76.45* 17.59 0.94 74.03* 24.18 0.94 71.54* 18.52 0.94
Parent – social QOL 58.16 22.13 0.94 79.86* 17.22 0.94 72.71* 23.43 0.94 76.65* 18.51 0.94
  1. Notes. aThe Peds-QL 4.0 [23] was developed for children between the ages of 8-12. The maximum possible score on each of the subscales is 100. Two participants were removed from the QOL analyses as they were not in this age range.
  2. bOne child was removed from the body composition analyses because s/he was on a prescribed medication that is known to contribute to weight gain.
  3. *Statistically significant change from baseline.