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Small Group Discussion on KE May 11, 2012 PPHL AGM
Reflection Purpose of Knowledge Exchange (KE) is to Move Knowledge into Action YHS 2009 KE: – Variety of activities (reports, fact sheets, presentations, press release, YHS video, symposiums etc. ) – Variety of audiences (government, schools, school divisions, HTN committees, parents, RHAs, national and international)
KE Impacts MB Case Study Lessons Learned: Face to Face interactions increase understanding and uptake of data. Linking with existing infrastructure, systems and partners can extend KE reach Youth are important stakeholders but often overlooked
KE Impacts 4.Senior management buy-in is critical to increasing KE capacity 5.Sharing success stories motivate & inspire others to take action 6.Grants tied to data can encourage data use in planning
Next Steps Developing YHS 2012 KE strategy & workplan Objective: to support partners in building KE capacity Need your help and input!
Small Group Work In groups discuss the following questions: a)Given your KE experiences with the last YHS what will you: I.Keep the same? II.Do differently? b)What do you need to facilitate and increase your organization’s KE capacity (i.e move evidence into action)?
Report Back Uses of information from small groups –By organizations –learning from others –By YHS KE – to advise the work plans to support partners in building KE capacity
PPHL Working Group Updates May 11, 2012 PPHL AGM
Overview 1.Youth Health Survey WG 2.Adult Risk Factor Surveillance (ARFS) WG 3.Data Access Review Panel (DARP) WG 4.Youth Excel CLASP
YHS Regional Implementation Team Consists of RHA contacts who are responsible for YHS implementation Collectively planning/coordinating components of survey, for example: –Survey content –Survey printing –Ethics –Identifiers –Parental notification & consent forms –Report creation & production
Methods Consists of broad representation from research, policy and practice Based on results of Expert Groups developed & pilot tested the survey tool based Methodology decisions –Census of grades 7 to 12 students province-wide –Possible sub-sample for direct measures (height, weight, step-count) if funding becomes available –Inclusion of identifiers is still being researched & tested
Administration Survey New component for this cycle Online survey of school administrators to obtain school environment data Data will be used to help identify & analyze environmental factors that contribute to the health behaviors of Manitoba youth Draft developed & will be pilot tested
Knowledge Exchange Numerous activities – some examples: –YHS video release Stories about how the data from the YHS has made an impact –Presentations at national conferences about case study findings & lessons learned –Partnering with Saskatchewan as they develop their YHS system
Future Plans –Working towards consistent reporting of the next YHS –Developing the 2012 YHS Report template with an external writer –Development of KE workplan –Identifying future opportunities Knowledge Exchange
YHS Working Group Oversees overall workplan for 2012 YHS Avenue for communications between all Task Groups Responsible for evaluation of project
ARFS Working Group Adult Risk Factor Surveillance Working Group Includes 17 members from 15 different PPHL organizations 10 RHAs, 2 NGO’s and 2 gov’t organizations are represented
ARFS Pilot Project Will involve a sample of self-identified communities across MB Includes choosing methodologies, designing tools, data collection, analyzing results and disseminating findings Results will inform the development of an ongoing, province-wide system of adult risk factor surveillance & provide stakeholders with local level information
ARFS Pilot Project Over the past year, ARFS has been: 1.Recruiting pilot communities 2.Researching methodologies (PDA’s, technology) 3.Determining potential survey content areas
WARFS In October, ARFS presented a poster at the World Alliance for Risk Factor Surveillance annual conference 7 group members were able to attend this international conference, held in Toronto Offered a chance to meet international experts in the field of RFS and share our MB experience
Share and Learn In December, ARFS was invited to participate in the Healthy Together Now Share and Learn Goal was to have participants provide input on info they would like to receive from the upcoming pilot project based on 11 possible content areas Themes and feedback will be used to guide the development of the Adult Health Survey (AHS)
Moving Forward with ARFS Where do we go from here? 1.Continue to look for funding and resources 2.Develop Adult Health Survey tool 3.Finalize survey methodologies 4.Conduct the ARFS pilot
Data Access Review Panel Working Group DARP Members Heather Sparling, MH, Chair Catherine Hynes, NOR-MAN RHA Landis Esposito, WRHA Bo Kinasevych, Health in Common Paul Paquin, MB Education Tannis Erickson, CCMB
DARP PURPOSE To act as gatekeepers for access to YHS data: Review applications for access to YHS data Review presentations / papers showcasing YHS data, prior to publication Data Sharing Agreement (DSA) development
2010 DARP REVIEWS #RequesterPlanned UsePublications using data 1Government - HCM Program and future Research Planning N/A 2Independent consultant company Inform report on economics of primary prevention in MB Making the Case for Primary Prevention report, September 2010 3StudentThesis: Factors Associated with Physical Activity Among Canadian High School Students Carly Leggett’s thesis was published Sept. 28, 2011 in the International Journal for Public Health.
2011-2012 DARP Reviews #RequesterPlanned Use 1Manitoba Institute of Child Health (MICH) Manitoba Investigating Physical Activity in Secondary Students (MIPASS) Baseline Data - Study the effectiveness of the MB Grade 11 & 12 mandatory Physical Education policy. 2Government - HCM Data for Healthy Child Five Year Child and Youth Report 3CCMB researcher Report on “A Snapshot of MB’s Youth: Investigating Health Behaviors”; 4CCMB researcher Report on “Raising Healthy Youth: Investigating the Correlates and Predictors of Body Weight” 5MICHContribute to “Active Healthy Kids Report Card”
Moving Forward Business as usual: Continue to review applications for access to YHS data Review publications using YHS data Support development of Data Sharing Agreements / addendums as applicable for: new health regions YHS AHS
Youth Health Collaborative; ‘Excelerating’ Evidence-Informed Action (Youth Excel) Jane Griffith, Principal Investigator Kate McGarry, Project Coordinator Catherine Hynes, NOR-MAN RHA Tannis Erickson, Interlake RHA Cathy Stevens, Health in Common Bo Kinesavych, Health in Common Paul Paquin, MB Education Andrea Lamboo Milne MB Healthy Living, Youth and Seniors MB Youth Excel CLASP Team
Aim #1 Purpose: Establish and advance priorities for a) moving evidence to action, and b) deriving evidence from action. Activities Core Indicator Measures Tobacco- pilot phase Physical Activity- final stages
Aim #2 Purpose: Accelerate development of knowledge exchange capability by doing and sharing case studies (three case study provinces, PEI, MB, NB) MB Activities Provincial Case Study completed Cross- Case Study (MB, NB, PEI) completed Presented at several conferences CDPAC, WARFS, CU Expo, Health Innovations, JCSH/CLASP National Youth Health forum, Public Health Ontario
Aim #3 Purpose: Strengthen collaborations by creating mechanisms to enable mutual learning and productive knowledge exchange. Activities -CLASP/JCSH National Forum on Youth Health- “Catching the Jelly Fish: Extracting and Applying Lessons to Advance Youth Health” - Saskatchewan Risk Factor Surveillance meeting
Moving Forward YE CLASP ended Mar.31, 2012 Received small amount of KE Bridge Funding (April-Sept). YE CLASP Renewal (Sept.2012-Oct.2014) –Build and strengthen existing YE CLASP –Expanded partnerships (PHE Canada, SK, NS) Exploring new CLASP opportunities (June 2013-2016)
Small Group Discussions Discuss the following questions: a)Given your knowledge exchange (KE) experiences with the last YHS what will you: I.Keep the same? II.Do differently? b)What do you need to facilitate and increase your organization’s KE capacity (i.e move evidence into action)?