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How community sport programs may improve the health of vulnerable population groups: a program theory

Karen Van der Veken (UGent) , Emelien Lauwerier (UGent) and Sara Willems (UGent)
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Van der Veken, Karen, et al. “How Community Sport Programs May Improve the Health of Vulnerable Population Groups: A Program Theory.” International Journal for Equity in Health, 2020.
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Van der Veken, K., Lauwerier, E., & Willems, S. (2020). How community sport programs may improve the health of vulnerable population groups: a program theory. International Journal for Equity in Health.
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Van der Veken, Karen, Emelien Lauwerier, and Sara Willems. 2020. “How Community Sport Programs May Improve the Health of Vulnerable Population Groups: A Program Theory.” International Journal for Equity in Health.
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Van der Veken, Karen, Emelien Lauwerier, and Sara Willems. 2020. “How Community Sport Programs May Improve the Health of Vulnerable Population Groups: A Program Theory.” International Journal for Equity in Health.
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Van der Veken K, Lauwerier E, Willems S. How community sport programs may improve the health of vulnerable population groups: a program theory. International Journal for Equity in Health. 2020;
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K. Van der Veken, E. Lauwerier, and S. Willems, “How community sport programs may improve the health of vulnerable population groups: a program theory,” International Journal for Equity in Health, 2020.
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  author       = {Van der Veken, Karen and Lauwerier, Emelien and Willems, Sara},
  journal      = {International Journal for Equity in Health},
  language     = {und},
  title        = {How community sport programs may improve the health of vulnerable population groups: a program theory},
  year         = {2020},
}