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© 2017 World Obesity Federation Subsequent to the publication, several errors have been found in the paper and can be corrected as follows: The labelling on the studies in Figure 2 is incorrect. The referencing in Table 1 is inconsistent with the manuscript reference list. The correct Figure 2 and Table are shown here. 2 (Figure presented.) Effect on child physical activity from random effects meta-analysis of eligible studies. Overview of characteristics of 47 studies included in systematic review of family-based physical activity promotion (Table presented.) #Corresponds with a significant, positive change in outcome (see Supplementary Table 1 for full details) +Singapore, Mexico, Italy, New Zealand, Canada, Germany *Some studies employed both subjective and objective methods to measure physical activity †Some studies employed more than one intervention strategy.

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Obesity Reviews

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