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Table 2 Process evaluation responses from pupils in the intervention group

From: Evaluation of a real world intervention using professional football players to promote a healthy diet and physical activity in children and adolescents from a lower socio-economic background: a controlled pretest-posttest design

Questions and responses from intervention group pupils (n = 92)
What did you think of the activities during the start clinic?
Very nice 49 (62%)
Nice 18 (23%)
Neutral 9 (11%)
Not very nice 1 (1%)
Not nice at all 2 (3%)
Give an overall evaluation of the start clinic. (scale 1-10)
Mean score (SD)
7.81 (2.34)
Which themes were discussed in class?  
  (times reported)
Breakfast 64
Vegetables 52
Fruit 12
Healthy snacks 8
Physical activity 8
Other (open ended) 2 (food in general, water)
Did you see the video messages and newsletters from the professional football players?
Yes 54 (59%)
No 37 (41%)
What did you think of the video messages and newsletters from the professional football players?
Very nice 26 (39%)
Nice 26 (39%)
Neutral 11 (17%)
Not very nice 2 (3%)
Not nice at all 1 (1%)
Would you have preferred more contact with the professional football players?
Yes 37 (54%)
No 19 (27%)
No opinion 13 (19%)
What did you think of the activities during the end clinic?
Very nice 45 (56%)
Nice 22 (28%)
Neutral 8 (10%)
Not very nice 1 (1%)
Not nice at all 4 (5%)
Give an overall evaluation of the end clinic. (scale 1-10)
Mean score (SD)  
7.32 (2.50)  
Give an overall evaluation of the project ‘Health scores!’ (scale 1-10)
Mean score (SD)  
7.82 (2.38)