File(s) not publicly available
The test-retest reliability of a health promotion assessment tool in sport
journal contributionposted on 2011-01-01, 00:00 authored by M Casey, J Harvey, R Eime, Warren PayneWarren Payne
Evaluation tools for measuring health promotion (HP) policies, practices, and organizational capacity in a sport setting are absent. This research describes the test-retest reliability of the Health Promotion in Sport Assessment Tool (HP-SAT), which measures nine domains of HP in two contexts: State Sporting Organizations (SSOs)-organized events, and support provided by SSOs to affiliated clubs. The HP-SAT also gathers information about HP policies and practices regarding SSO staff, board members and volunteers, along with organizational planning and capacity for HP. Reliability was assessed using data from 22 SSO participants. Individual survey-items were grouped to produce a composite scale for each HP area, which was assessed using an intraclass correlation. Reliabilities were generally moderate to strong. The HP-SAT is a quantitative measurement tool that effectively captures meaningful information regarding SSO organizational capacity for HP and about a wide range of HP policies and practices in a sport setting. © 2011 Taylor & Francis.