Kylie Ball mainly focuses on Gerontology, Environmental health, Socioeconomic status, Public health and Overweight. Her Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both El Niño, Physical exercise and Behavioural sciences. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Food environment, Food intake, Eating behaviour and Risk factor.
Within one scientific family, she focuses on topics pertaining to Disadvantaged under Socioeconomic status, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Food store, Socioeconomic inequalities and Socioeconomic disadvantage. Her Public health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cohort study, Healthy eating and Population study. Her work deals with themes such as Weight gain and Physical therapy, which intersect with Overweight.
Her primary scientific interests are in Gerontology, Environmental health, Obesity, Socioeconomic status and Public health. Kylie Ball interconnects Body mass index, Disadvantaged, Demography and Health promotion in the investigation of issues within Gerontology. Her study in Demography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Odds ratio and Odds.
Her work focuses on many connections between Environmental health and other disciplines, such as Psychological intervention, that overlap with her field of interest in Randomized controlled trial and Intervention. Kylie Ball specializes in Obesity, namely Overweight. She usually deals with Overweight and limits it to topics linked to Weight gain and Weight change.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental health, Psychological intervention, Gerontology, Public health and Randomized controlled trial. Her studies in Environmental health integrate themes in fields like Relative risk, Socioeconomic status and Risk factor. Her Psychological intervention study deals with Health promotion intersecting with Social psychology.
Her Gerontology research incorporates themes from Body mass index, Demography, Disadvantaged and Behavior change. The Public health study combines topics in areas such as Purchasing, Obesity and Malnutrition. Her Randomized controlled trial study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Intervention and Physical therapy.
Environmental health, Psychological intervention, Gerontology, Public health and Risk factor are her primary areas of study. Her research integrates issues of Intervention, Socioeconomic status and Obesity in her study of Environmental health. Her Psychological intervention study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Disadvantaged, Randomized controlled trial, Telehealth, Health promotion and Health education.
Her Gerontology research integrates issues from Body mass index, Telemedicine and Demography. In her works, she performs multidisciplinary study on Public health and Neighbourhood. Kylie Ball has included themes like Disease burden, Relative risk, Population ageing and Cohort study in her Risk factor study.
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Global, regional, and national comparative risk assessment of 84 behavioural, environmental and occupational, and metabolic risks or clusters of risks for 195 countries and territories, 1990–2017 : a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017
Jeffrey D. Stanaway;Ashkan Afshin;Emmanuela Gakidou;Stephen S. Lim.
The Lancet (2018)
Personal, family, social, and environmental correlates of active commuting to school.
Anna Timperio;Kylie Ball;Jo Salmon;Rebecca Roberts.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2006)
Where do children usually play? A qualitative study of parents' perceptions of influences on children's active free-play.
Jenny Veitch;Sarah Bagley;Kylie Ball;Jo Salmon.
Health & Place (2006)
Physical activity and likelihood of depression in adults: a review.
Megan Teychenne;Kylie Ball;Jo Salmon.
Preventive Medicine (2008)
Socioeconomic status and weight change in adults: a review.
Kylie Ball;David Crawford.
Social Science & Medicine (2005)
Perceived environmental aesthetics and convenience and company are associated with walking for exercise among Australian adults.
Kylie Ball;Adrian Bauman;Eva Leslie;Neville Owen.
Preventive Medicine (2001)
Family food environment and dietary behaviors likely to promote fatness in 5-6 year-old children.
Karen Campbell;David Crawford;Kylie Ball.
International Journal of Obesity (2006)
Sedentary behavior and depression among adults: a review.
Megan Teychenne;Kylie Ball;Jo Salmon.
International Journal of Behavioral Medicine (2010)
Understanding environmental influences on nutrition and physical activity behaviors: where should we look and what should we count?
Kylie Ball;Anna F Timperio;David A Crawford.
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2006)
Socio-economic inequalities in women`s fruit and vegetable intakes: a multilevel study of individual, social and environmental mediators
Kylie Ball;David Crawford;Gita Mishra.
Public Health Nutrition (2006)
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