Partnership and Funding for the 2016 Report Card
Inspired by the Canada and Scotland Report Cards, the Japan Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth published its first report card on 22th Sep 2016. The 2016 Report Card was supported by funding from the Project Research Fund of the Japanese Society of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine in 2015 (2015-2017), J. F. Oberlin University, and the Institute of Health and Sports Science & Medicine, Juntendo University. The 2016 Japan Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth is available to download in both Short-Form and Long-Form in English and Japanese. The main findings are highlighted in the Short-Form Japan Report Card 2016.The Long-Form Japan Report Card 2016 explains how the report grades were derived, which data sources were used to derive the grades, which data sources were considered for the report card but were not used for grading and why. Links to all data sources are also provided. Results of previous studies of Japanese children and youth were summarized for some indicators, allowing the report to illustrate global gaps, and to detect problems particular to Japan.
- The 2016 Japan Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth
|Short form in English Long form in English|
|Short form in Japanese Long form in Japanese|