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Table 2 Summary of the overall effects of the campaigns on stair climbing and descent

From: A multi-component stair climbing promotional campaign targeting calorific expenditure for worksites; a quasi-experimental study testing effects on behaviour, attitude and intention

Variable Stair climbing
(n = 28 854)
OR (95% CI)
Stair descent
(n = 29 352)
OR (95% CI)
Intervention > baseline 1.24*** a 1.03
  (1.15-1.34) (0.96-1.11)
Interaction between intervention and worksite 1.23*** 0.95
(Poster + Stairwell messages > Poster alone) (1.10-1.38) (0.86-1.05)
Overall effects of worksite 2.02*** 0.80***
(Poster + Stairwell messages vs. Poster alone) (1.83-2.23) (0.74-0.87)
Effects of pedestrian traffic volume.min-1 (continuous variable) 0.95*** 0.94***
  (0.95-0.96) (0.93-0.94)
  1. Table legend: a * = p < .05, ** = p < .01, *** = p < .001.