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Table 4 List of indicators and results (Arranged Thematically) - Indicator consensus after 3 rounds of the Delphi Study degree of consensus

From: Establishing consensus on key public health indicators for the monitoring and evaluating childhood obesity interventions: a Delphi panel study

Domains Question for each domain SD
Built Environment In the design (and subsequent evaluation) of future policies aimed at improving the built environment to reduce childhood obesity what, in your opinion, are likely to be the most useful measures in your jurisdiction?  
Dietary Environment In the design (and subsequent evaluation) of future policies aimed at improving the dietary environment to reduce childhood obesity what, in your opinion, are likely to be the most useful measures in your jurisdiction?  
Health Inequalities In the design (and subsequent evaluation) of future policies aimed at improving inequalities in childhood obesity-related outcomes what, in your opinion, are likely to be the most useful measures in your jurisdiction?  
Uncategorised Are there are any other measures related to childhood obesity prevention and monitoring that you feel are important to capture at community/population levels?  
Measurements Degree of Consensus (%) Round 3  
Built Environment
 Q1_36 School infrastructure that includes spaces for organized or individual exercise/activity 100% 0.5
 Q1_57 Availability of safe cycling paths 100% 0.34
Dietary Environment
 Q2_28 The pricing environment of foods 100% 0.5
 Q2_42 Availability of tap water in schools 100% 0.43
Uncategorised
 Q4_24 BMI changing over time in terms of mean, median and shape of distribution 100% 0.43
Built Environment
 Q1_31 Availability of outdoor facilities 87.50% 1
 Q1_35 Recreational space within walking space of distance of home 87.50% 0.71
 Q1_39 Availability of open spaces in neighbourhood. 87.50% 0.35
 Q1_41 Density of public parks 87.50% 0.7
 Q1_42 Proximity of green space to home 87.50% 0.71
 Q1_47 Design of walkways and physical environment 87.50% 0.71
Dietary Environment
 Q2_29 Range and diversity of food retailers 87.50% 0.66
 Q2_30 Number of fast food advertisements within the community 87.50% 0.66
 Q2_34 Digital exposure to food advertising 87.50% 1.2
 Q2_35 Availability of fresh fruit and vegetables 87.50% 0.7
 Q2_36 Retail environment within supermarkets 87.50% 1.2
 Q2_38% of taxes on sugar 87.50% 0.66
 Q2_39% of taxes imposed on foods high in fat and salt 87.50% 0.66
 Q2_41 Availability of healthy meals in school and preschool 87.50% 1
 Q2_54 Infant feeding indicators 87.50% 0.73
Inequalities
 Q3_9 Employment status or socio-economic status of family 87.50% 1
 Q3_10 Local deprivation indices 87.50% 0.99
 Q3_11 Area based food poverty statistics 87.50% 0.97
 Q3_12 Number of households experiencing food poverty 87.50% 0.99
 Q3_13 Unemployment levels 87.50% 0.99
 Q3_14 Child and family – Living on public assistance 87.50% 0.97
 Q3_16 Ethnicity 87.50% 0.87
 Q3_18 Family structure 87.50% 0.5
 Q3_22 Relative income poverty in line with government measures on inequality 87.50% 0.7
 Q3_23 Consistent poverty in line with government measures on inequality 87.50% 0.7
 Q3_24 Deprivation in line with government measures on inequality 87.50% 0.71
 Q3_25 Additional metrics of social inequality used both individually and as components of census-derived, weighted, area-level deprivation indices 87.50% 0.7
Built Environment
 Q1_37 Affordability of organized sports: club fees and costs 75% 0.71
 Q1_40 Number of public parks 75% 1.1
 Q1_44 Availability of public transport to access green spaces 75% 0.71
 Q1_49 Sports and physical activity participation levels 75% 1.1
 Q1_51 Opening hours of green spaces 75% 0.71
 Q1_52 Quality of lighting within green spaces 75% 0.8
 Q1_53 Level of reported anti-social behaviour in green spaces / open spaces 75% 1
 Q1_56 Accessibility of public transport via foot 75% 1.05
Dietary environment
 Q2_24 Density and type of food retailer in proximity to school 75% 0.83
 Q2_31 Advertisements in proximity of schools 75% 2
 Q2_40 Availability of High Fat Salt Sugar foods/drinks 75% 0.73
 Q2_46 Availability of energy-dense foods in vending machines and cafeterias in the school environment. 75% 1.1
Inequalities
 Q3_8 Education level statistics 75% 1.3
Built Environment
 Q1_27 Availability of indoor facilities 62.50% 0.86
 Q1_30 Price of indoor facilities 62.50% 1.1
 Q1_34 Price of outdoor facilities 62.50% 1.1
 Q1_50 Accessibility of public parks via public transport 62.50% 0.8
 Q1_55 Access facilities for fitness training at no cost to the individual 62.50% 1.3
 Q1_60 Number of cars located on the road outside home 62.50% 1.3
Dietary environment
 Q2_37 Location where children do their shopping 62.50% 1.2
 Q2_45 Data on the range and quality of food served in the workplace settings 62.50% 1.1
Inequalities
 Q3_15 Health literacy 62.50% 1.3
 Q3_20 Availability and access to school meals schemes 62.50% 1.05
Uncategorised
 Q4_26 Monitoring of diets of families/children considered at risk by social workers/social services 62.50% 1.3
 Q4_27 Whole production chain needs to be attended to 62.50% 1.12
Built Environment
 Q1_38 Numbers of people who use recreational spaces 50% 1
 Q1_43 Proximity of blue space to home 50% 0.5
 Q1_48 Child and parental attitudes and knowledge of their built environment 50% 0.87
 Q1_62 Number of physical activity referrals / prescriptions in general practice 50% 1.2
Dietary environment
 Q2_26. Density and type of food retailer along school commute 50%  
 Q2_27 Tracking data on portion sizes in fast-food retailers, other restaurants and single-serving snacks 50% 0.83
 Q2_33 Food advertising at specific times 50% 1.1
 Q2_50 Exposure to alcohol advertising at sporting events 50% 1
 Q2_52 Availability of café/bars 50% 1.05
 Q2_44 Access to community gardens 42.90% 0.99
Inequalities
 Q3_17 Gender 42.90% 0.83
 Q3_19 Availability and access to universal primary health services 42.90% 1.25
Built Environment
 Q1_29 Density of indoor facilities 37.50% 1.2
 Q1_32 Number of outdoor facilities 37.50% 1.3
 Q1_33 Density of outdoor facilities 37.50% 1.1
 Q1_58 Availability of walk to school groups 37.50% 0.86
Dietary environment
 Q2_25 Density and type of food retailer in proximity to home 37.50% 0.71
 Q2_32% of processed food items with clear and accurate front of pack labelling 37.50% 1
 Q2_43 Access to allotments- % of school with allotments 37.50% 1.1
 Q2_48 Minimum alcohol unit pricing 37.50% 0.97
Inequalities
 Q3_26 Availability of cooking and growing skills programmes 37.50% 1.05
Uncategorised
 Q4_25 Provide special support to individual cases 37.50% 0.66
Built Environment
 Q1_46 GIS based measures of cyclability 25% 0.6
Dietary environment
 Q2_51 Alcohol use as a contributor to adolescent obesity 25% 0.78
 Q2_53 Access to farmers markets 25% 1.17
Built Environment
 Q1_45 GIS based measures of walkability 14.30% 0.64
 Q1_28 Number of indoor facilities 12.50% 0.93
 Q1_59 Availability of Park and Ride schemes 12.50% 1.1
Dietary environment
 Q2_47 Availability of off-licences/liquor stores 12.50% 1.1
Inequalities
 Q3_21 Level of referrals to GP 0% 0.7