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1 WALWORTH COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH SURVEY – January 2012 Aurora Health Care Walworth County Health Department Center for Urban Population Health

2 Overview Objectives Gather data on behavioral and lifestyle habits of the adult population and household-level data. Gather data on the prevalence of risk factors and disease conditions of the adult population. Compare health data of residents to previous health studies. Compare health data to national and state measurements.

3 Methodology 18 minute telephone survey of area residents 400 completions from November 7, 2011 through November 28, 2011 Two-fold sampling 1) RDD landline sample of listed & unlisted #s (n=300) Respondents randomly selected based on number of adults in household Weighting based on number of adults and number of residential phone numbers in HH 2) Cell phone only sample (n=100) Adult answering the phone designated as the respondent All data post-stratified by age and gender of adult residents as of 2010 Census proportions. Margin of error: ±5%

4 Demographics

5 Respondent Demographics Percent Gender Male50% Female50% Household Income Bottom 40 Percent Bracket41% Middle 20 Percent Bracket14% Top 40 Percent Bracket30% Not sure/No answer15%

6 Respondent Demographics (cont.) AgePercent 18 to 3430% 35 to 4416% 45 to 5420% 55 to 6416% 65 and older17%

7 Respondent Demographics (cont.) Percent Education High school or less33% Some post high school40% College graduate27% Marital Status Married49%

8 Health Care Coverage

9 Personally not covered currently (18+) 2010 WI: 11% US: 15% Personally not covered currently (18 to 64 years old) 2010 WI: 13% US: 18% HP2020 Goal: 0%

10 Doctor or Nurse Practitioner’s Office as Primary Health Care Service

11 Advance Care Plan 1 1 “living will or health care power of attorney” added in 2005

12 General Health

13 Rate Own Health 2010 Excellent or Very Good WI: 57% US: 55% Fair or Poor WI: 14% US: 15%

14 Routine Procedures Routine checkup 2000 WI: 79% US: 84% Cholesterol test 2010 WI: 77% US: 77% HP2020 Goal: 82% Dental checkup 2010 WI: 75% US: 70% HP2020 Goal: 49%

15 Vaccinations Pneumonia vaccination (65+) 2010 WI: 73% US: 69% HP2020 Goal: 90% Flu vaccination (18+) 2005 WI: 32% US: 27% HP2020 Goal: 90% Flu vaccination (65+) 2010 WI: 68% US: 68% HP2020 Goal: 90% * In 2005, “nasal spray” was added. **For a time in the 2004/2005 flu season there was a limited supply of flu vaccinations. During that period, it was only offered to persons in high-risk categories.

16 Health Conditions Past 3 Years (2011)

17 Health Conditions Past 3 Years

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19 Alternative Treatments

20 Received Alternative Treatments Past 3 Years (2011)

21 Received Alternative Treatments Past 3 Years *In 2009, “using essential oils” was added to aroma therapy.

22 Exercise and Nutrition

23 Body Weight Overweight 2010 WI: 64% US: 64% HP2020 Goal: 66% (overweight or obese)

24 Physical Activity 1 Recommended Moderate or Vigorous Activity 2009 WI: 53% US: 51% Moderate Activity 2005 WI: 42% US: 33% Vigorous Activity 2009 WI: 31% US: 29% 1 Moderate activity: 5 times a week for 30 or more minutes/time Vigorous activity: 3 times a week for 20 or more minutes/time

25 Nutrition on an Average Day

26 Early Detection and Prevention of Cancer

27 Women’s Health Pap Smear (18+) 2010 WI: 85% US: 81% HP2020 Goal (21+): 93% Mammogram (40+) 2010 WI: 79% US: 76%

28 Men’s Health (40 and Older) PSA Test (40+) 2010 WI: 51% US: 53%

29 Colorectal Cancer (50 and Older) Sigmoidoscopy/ Colonoscopy in Lifetime (50+) 2010 WI: 69% US: 65%

30 Safety

31 Always/Nearly Always Wore a Seat Belt or Helmet Adult Seat Belt Usage 2002 WI: 82% US: 88% HP2020 Goal: 92% (observation)

32 Detectors in Household (2011) Households That Have…

33 Both Working Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors in Household

34 Firearm Ownership and Storage Practices (All Households) Firearm in HH 2002 WI: 44% US: 33% Loaded Firearm 2002 WI: 3% US: 8% Loaded Firearm also Unlocked 2002 WI: 2% US: 4% Loaded Firearm also Unlocked of HH with Firearms 2002 WI: 5% US: 13% Walworth County: 10% (2011) --Type of firearm not asked in 2003 and 2005

35 Personal Safety Issues (Past Year)

36 Cigarette Use

37 Current Smokers Current Smokers 2010 WI: 19% US: 17% HP2020 Goal: 12%

38 Current Smokers Tried to Quit 2005 WI: 49% US: 56% HP2020 Goal: 80%

39 Smoking Policies

40 Smoking Policy Inside Home and at Work (2011) HomeWork Not allowed anywhere80%82% Allowed in some places or at some times 9%11% Allowed anywhere 2%<1% No rules about smoking 9% 5% Not sure 0% 1% Smoking Prohibited at Home 2003 WI: 75% Smoke-free Policy at Indoor Worksite 2003 WI: 75% HP2020 Goal: 100%

41 Smoking Policy Inside Home and at Work

42 Exposure to Second-Hand Smoke in Past 7 Days (Nonsmokers) (2011) Percent Zero days82% One to three days13% Four to seven days 5% Nonsmokers Exposed to Second-Hand Smoke HP2020 Goal: 34%

43 Exposure to Second-Hand Smoke in Past 7 Days (Nonsmokers)

44 Alcohol Use

45 Heavy and Binge Drinking in Past Month Binge Drinking 2010 WI: 22% US: 15% HP2020 Goal: 24% Heavy Drinking 2010 WI: 6% US: 5% *In 2003, “4 or more drinks” for females and “5 or more” for males was used; in all other years, “5 or more drinks” was used for both males and females. **Heavy drinking is defined as 61 or more drinks for males and 31 or more drinks for females.

46 Alcohol Related Issues

47 Mental Health Status

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49 Additional Health Department Questions

50 Did Not Receive Medical Care, Dental Care or Mental Health Care Needed in Past Year Percent Medical Care 7% Dental Care 5% Mental Health Care 4%

51 Community Environmental Issues (Major/Moderate)

52 Select Key Findings of Need 10% not covered by some form of health care coverage (currently, 18 – 64 y.o.) vs. 0% HP % cholesterol test (4 yrs. ago or less) vs. 82% HP % pneumonia vaccination (Ever, 65+) vs. 90% HP % flu shot (past year, 65+) vs. 90% HP % flu shot (past year, 18+) vs. 90% HP % pap smear (past 3 years, 18 – 65 y.o.) vs. 93% HP % adult helmet usage 27% current smokers vs. 12% HP % tried to quit smoking past year vs. 80% HP % smoke-free policy at indoor worksite vs. 100% HP2020

53 Report Available at…

54 Next Steps


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