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An assessment of health status and health behaviours in adolescents: main points and methods of the SOPKARD-Junior programme

Klaudia Suligowska, Piotr Czarniak, Michał Krawczyk, Przemysław Szcześniak, Ewa Król, Aida Kusiak, Robert Sabiniewicz, Tomasz Wierzba, Alicja Utracka, Magdalena Urban, Anna Wytrykowska, Anna Pakalska, Konrad Drewek, Anna Giczewska, Piotr Popowski, Magdalena Wrotkowska, Joanna Marczulin, Mariusz Bochniak, Tomasz Zdrojewski

Arch Med Sci 2018; 14, 1: 38–51
Online publish date: 2016/11/17
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Introduction: The study involved preparing and implementation a model of complex screening programme for adolescents and comparison of anthropometric examinations between the population of the SOPKARD-Junior programme and representative sample of Polish children in the same age.

Material and methods: The screening programme in 14–15 year old pupils (n = 282) included: anthropometric, blood pressure, echocardiographic, electrocardiographic, carotid arteries, kidney and thyroid ultrasound examinations, as well as respiratory, dental and masticatory system, orthopaedic, psychological and psychiatric assessment. Blood and urine tests were also performed. The results of anthropometric examinations from the SOPKARD-Junior and OLAF programmes were used for comparative analysis.

Results: Statistically significant (p < 0.001) differences between young people from Sopot and their peers in the general Polish population were found in height (+3.61 cm for boys), body mass (+5.19 kg for boys and +3.99 kg for girls), body mass index (+0.99 kg/m2 for boys and +1.33 kg/m2 for girls), waist circumference (+4.52 cm for boys and +4.52 cm for girls) and hip circumference (+2.51 cm for boys). The highest attendance rate was achieved for examinations performed in school (e.g. anthropometric and blood pressure measurements – n = 268; 95%) and the lowest for the echocardiograpy performed in local hospital (n = 133; 47%). The mean score of the programme quality (scale 1–6) assessed by children was 4.63.

Conclusions: The SOPKARD-Junior programme represents an attempt to develop a model of screening assessments for teenagers in Poland. Preliminary results of the SOPKARD-Junior programme indicate small differences in the biological development of Sopot youth in comparison with their peers from Polish population of the OLAF programme. The high attendance rate on research conducted at the school indicate that proposed health examinations in adolescents are acceptable and feasible.
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prevention, screening, health behaviour, research methods, health assessment survey

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