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Postdoc project: ICT use, lifestyle and BMI in young adults

The project focuses on the use of information and communication technology (ICT) such as intensive computer gaming or chatting, and its effects on BMI development in young adults. The aim is to increase knowledge about the relationship between intensive ICT use, lifestyle factors (eg, physical activity), BMI and mental health in young adults. The study is longitudinal and is conducted in a cohort of young adults; 20-24 years at baseline (n = 7125), with 1 - and 5-year follow-ups.
The project leader is Sara Thomée, PhD, at Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Department of Community Medicine and Public Health, University of Gothenburg.

Contact
Sara Thomée,  46 31-786 3221
 

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http://medicine.gu.se/english/phcm/Epidemiology+and+Social+Medicine/research/lifestyle-and-disease-across-the-lifespan/lifestyle-and-childhood-obesity/epilife-teens/ict-use--lifestyle-and-bmi-in-young-adults/
Utskriftsdatum: 2017-11-18