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June 22, 2011 2:00 – 3:00 pm. Eloise Elliott, PhD Chair, WV Physical Activity Plan (WVPAP) Coordinating Committee.

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1 June 22, :00 – 3:00 pm

2 Eloise Elliott, PhD Chair, WV Physical Activity Plan (WVPAP) Coordinating Committee

3 WV Physical Activity Plan Coordinating Committee WVU College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences WV on the Move, Inc WV CARDIAC Project

4 View slides on your screen No need to call in if computer has sound (Be sure your speakers are turned on) Questions – field on bottom right Questions to Panelists Archived version available Link will be available 6/23/2011 at:

5 2:00 - 2:05 Welcome and Overview Eloise Elliott, PhD, Chair, WV Physical Activity Plan (WVPAP) Coordinating Committee 2:05-2:15 Overview of the National PA Plan and Implications for West Virginia Russ Pate, PhD, Chair, National Physical Activity Plan (NPAP) Coordinating Committee 2:15-2:25 Progress of the WV PA Plan Initiative Eloise Elliott 2:25 - 2:35 Make YOUR Voice Heard: Online Concept Mapping Technique for Plan Development Sean Fitzpatrick, Graduate Student, WVU College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences 2:35 - 2:40 Next Steps and Concluding Comments Sean Bulger, EdD, Chair, Plan Development Sub-Committee, WVPAP 2:40 - 2:50 Participant Questions Moderator: Nancy OHara Tompkins, WVU Prevention Research Center, WVPAP Coordinating Committee, Chair, WV on the Move Board of Directors

6 AIM: To create a statewide culture that facilitates physically active lifestyles where our citizens live, work, and play GOAL: To provide a strategic direction to increase/maintain healthy physical activity levels of the citizens of WV through the development, implementation, and evaluation of an effective WV Physical Activity Plan that will facilitate sector input and collaboration, and guide policy and practice

7 Provide update on WV PA Plan development activities since 2010 WV Physical Activity Symposium Clarify next steps for developing an effective WV Physical Activity Plan Describe the role of sector leaders and sector participants Introduce brainstorming software that will elicit ideas and feedback from participants statewide

8 National Physical Activity Plan (NPAP) Released in May, 2010 Russ Pate, PHD, University of South Carolina, School of Public Health; Chair, NPAP Coordinating Committee

9 Russ Pate, PhD Chair, National Physical Activity Plan (NPAP) Coordinating Committee

10 National Physical Activity Plan

11 Mass Media Public Health Education Healthcare Volunteer and Non-Profit Organizations Transportation, Urban Design, Comm. Plan. Business and Industry Parks, Recreation, Fitness, and Sports

12 American Academy of Pediatrics American Medical Assoc. American Diabetes Assoc.

13 Progress since May, 2010 Coordinating Committee Evaluation Updates Awareness Implementation

14 CDC funds Prevention Research Centers: Sector Reports – Report summarizing activities across sectors Case Studies – Assess and report on how NPAP usage at State and local levels Survey of NSPAPPH members – Assess and report on NPAP usage amongst network of PA practitioners Evaluation

15 Ensure NPAP document reflects implementation opportunities and state of the science in PA and public health: 8 Sector advisory panels established. Timeline for periodic minor and major updates. Process for NPAP updates. NPAP Updates

16 Expand awareness of NPAP: Establish unified presence of NCPPA and NPAP. – Website – Promotional materials Member organizations. – Strategic plan to deepen NPAP awareness within member organizations. Communication

17 Implementation Goals Assemble National Organization Implementation Teams. National Policy agenda based on NPAP. Unify brand and communications plan. Work through grassroots organizations.

18 Eloise Elliott, PhD Chair, WV Physical Activity Plan (WVPAP) Coordinating Committee

19 WV Physical Activity Symposium – June, 2010 Multi-sector Coordinating Committee 250 participants Support from 23 Sponsors and Contributors 48 WV Program or Research Abstracts presented 18 WV Showcase Speakers Working Sector and Region Groups – Next steps for Plan development

20 Structure Overview Year 1 (2011):WV PAP Development Year 2 – 5 ( ): Implementation and Evaluation of Plan Year 5 (2015): Sustainability

21 Establish a multi-disciplinary, multi-sector PAP Coordinating Committee and Sector Leader Team Inform, seek advice, and garner support from government agencies, organizational partners, and other key stakeholders Develop the written PA Plan with input from all societal sectors Hold meetings, analyze results, develop Plan, seek public comment, finalize plan for release Assemble State Implementation Teams and begin development of Implementation Plan Assemble State Evaluation Team and begin development of Evaluation Plan Seek funding to sustain central coordination and promotion of the ActiveWV 2015 Plan

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23 One or Two Sector Leaders – each of the 8 sectors Sector Teams – representatives from key organizational partners; self-identified by sector participants; led by Sector Leaders

24 Overarching Strategies from the NPAP from all eight sectors WV Specific Strategies and Tactics Input from many people in all sectors

25 SECTORSREGIONS Healthcare Education Public Health Community Develop/ Infrastructure Parks / Recreation / Fitness / Sport Business & Industry Media / Public Policy Non-profit & Volunteers

26 Sean Fitzpatrick, MS WVU College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences

27 A systematic process to gather input from large groups of stakeholders Two main steps for stakeholder input Brainstorming Sorting and rating End products are visual representations of ideas and the relations between these ideas

28 For the WV Physical Activity Plan this process will be done online Timeline Brainstorming: June 22 nd – July 13 th Sorting and Rating: July 20 th – August 5 th

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32 Sean Bulger, EdD Chair, Plan Development Sub- Committee WVPAP

33 Following, the interpretation phase of the concept mapping process: Prepare materials for dissemination Develop social marketing strategies Establish program evaluation Anticipated release date January 2012 Initial release through WVPAP website and promotional webinar

34 WVPAP Development (October 2011) WVPAP CC, Sector Leaders WVPAP Implementation Plan (November 2011) WVPAP CC, Sector Leaders WV PAP Evaluation Plan (December 2011) WVPAP CC Evaluation Sub-Committee, Prevention Research Center, NPAP Evaluation Team

35 Input and buy-in from all societal sectors, geographic regions, and major stakeholders Ownership of plan shared by multiple organizations Focus on policy and environment changes at multiple levels Groundwork for more sector-specific physical activity documents Ties in all statewide health initiatives related to physical activity Provides basis for greater collaboration across regions and sectors within the state moving forward

36 Contribute opinions and recommendations in the Concept Mapping Exercise(s) Review the written PAP document when it is released for comment in draft form Participate in future Webinars related to Plan development

37 A Shared Vision for a Healthier, Active West Virginia

38 Link to Concept Mapping Brainstorming Session: View Archived Webinar: WV Physical Activity Plan website – for more information or to become a Sector Leader: Eloise Elliott –

39 WVU College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences – Al and Delores Ware, The Ware Family Foundation WV on the Move, Inc WV CARDIAC Project Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation WVU Service Grant Members of the WV Physical Activity Plan Coordinating Committee Sponsors and Contributors of the WV PA Symposium Members of the WV Physical Activity Symposium Organizing Committee


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