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1 ASTPHND Annual Meeting June 2007

2 Presenters Margaret Tate (AZ) Margaret Tate (AZ) Seed Grant Recipients Seed Grant Recipients Alabama - Laurie Eldridge-Auffant, M.P.H. Alabama - Laurie Eldridge-Auffant, M.P.H. Nutrition and Physical Activity Division Nutrition and Physical Activity Division Kansas - Jennifer Church, MS, RD Kansas - Jennifer Church, MS, RD Nutrition/Physical Activity Program Mgr, Office of Health Promotion Nutrition/Physical Activity Program Mgr, Office of Health Promotion Ohio - Linda Scovern, MPH, RD, LD Ohio - Linda Scovern, MPH, RD, LD Nutrition and Physical Activity Coordinator Nutrition and Physical Activity Coordinator

3 Purpose of Session Provide overview of the Blueprint Provide overview of the Blueprint Seed Grant Recipients will share their state dissemination strategies Seed Grant Recipients will share their state dissemination strategies Q&A Q&A

4 Blueprint Outlines practical, consumer-focused, state and local strategies for improving eating and physical activity that will lead to healthier lives for children, adults, and families. Outlines practical, consumer-focused, state and local strategies for improving eating and physical activity that will lead to healthier lives for children, adults, and families.

5 Blueprint Provides consumers, communities, organizations, agencies, and programs with strategies and potential actions to address priority nutrition and physical activity issues in the context of their own community resources and needs. Provides consumers, communities, organizations, agencies, and programs with strategies and potential actions to address priority nutrition and physical activity issues in the context of their own community resources and needs.

6 Suggested strategies compliment & reinforce the strategic plan objectives from federal agencies. Suggested strategies compliment & reinforce the strategic plan objectives from federal agencies. Focuses on physical activity & eating behaviors as cornerstones for improving health and well- being. Focuses on physical activity & eating behaviors as cornerstones for improving health and well- being. Deigned to address more than the problem of overweight and obesity. Deigned to address more than the problem of overweight and obesity. Designed around critical eating & physical activity behaviors to address broad spectrum of health promotion and disease prevention. Designed around critical eating & physical activity behaviors to address broad spectrum of health promotion and disease prevention.

7 Nutrition & Physical Activity Address nutrition and physical activity together - two behaviors provide viable approach for addressing health promotion and disease prevention. Address nutrition and physical activity together - two behaviors provide viable approach for addressing health promotion and disease prevention. Complex behaviors. Each important to successfully addressing improved health outcomes but when factored together, the synergy that comes from improved eating and regular physical activity is powerful on the individual and community level. Complex behaviors. Each important to successfully addressing improved health outcomes but when factored together, the synergy that comes from improved eating and regular physical activity is powerful on the individual and community level.

8 Nutrition & Physical Activity Blueprint development - advisory committee of physical activity and nutrition stakeholders worked diligently to ensure the content reflected the areas expertise, research and practice. Blueprint development - advisory committee of physical activity and nutrition stakeholders worked diligently to ensure the content reflected the areas expertise, research and practice. Nutrition and physical activity specialists working in community and public health will benefit from collaboration on assessment, intervention and evaluation of policies, programs, and messages that influence eating and activity behaviors. Nutrition and physical activity specialists working in community and public health will benefit from collaboration on assessment, intervention and evaluation of policies, programs, and messages that influence eating and activity behaviors.

9 How was the Blueprint developed? Initial review by a group of stakeholders in April Initial review by a group of stakeholders in April Stakeholders urged a more thorough analysis of the document by varied and wider audiences. The ultimate objective of this refinement process is a framework that outlines the critical actions needed to meet national health goals. Stakeholders urged a more thorough analysis of the document by varied and wider audiences. The ultimate objective of this refinement process is a framework that outlines the critical actions needed to meet national health goals. Draft of the blueprint was reviewed by stakeholder organizations from June through December Draft of the blueprint was reviewed by stakeholder organizations from June through December 2004.

10 How was the Blueprint developed? April second stakeholder group was assembled to further clarify and develop the Blueprint Goals, Strategies and Initial Steps for Action. April second stakeholder group was assembled to further clarify and develop the Blueprint Goals, Strategies and Initial Steps for Action. The stakeholders participating in the 2005 meeting included individuals and organizations from the original group of stakeholders as well as a broader range of physical activity and nutrition representatives. The stakeholders participating in the 2005 meeting included individuals and organizations from the original group of stakeholders as well as a broader range of physical activity and nutrition representatives. Finally, from February through April 2006, an editorial panel of nutrition and physical activity experts provided a final review of the document. Finally, from February through April 2006, an editorial panel of nutrition and physical activity experts provided a final review of the document.

11 Who is Blueprint audience? Key state and local policy makers, Key state and local policy makers, public leaders, public leaders, government bodies, government bodies, public health partners, public health partners, businesses, businesses, voluntary and private organizations voluntary and private organizations ….with a mission to improve the health and well- being of those who live in our communities. ….with a mission to improve the health and well- being of those who live in our communities.

12 How can the Blueprint be used? Consider suggested strategies and steps prioritize/elect them for use in your own communities and organizations. Consider suggested strategies and steps prioritize/elect them for use in your own communities and organizations. Add or change the strategies or steps to fit more closely with the needs of your community. Add or change the strategies or steps to fit more closely with the needs of your community. Apply relevant aspects of the Blueprint in the assessment, development or planning of their policies and programs to address nutrition and physical activity. Apply relevant aspects of the Blueprint in the assessment, development or planning of their policies and programs to address nutrition and physical activity.

13 Blueprint - Mission: Improve the nation’s health by integrating sound policy, programs, resources, services, and messages where individuals, children, adolescents, and families make healthy choices about eating and being physically activity.

14 Blueprint - Vision: Eating healthy and being active are an integral part of daily life for everyone.

15 Guiding Principles: Sections are consumer-focused and community- based focusing on strengths, assets, and community involvement in determining priorities and how to address them. Sections are consumer-focused and community- based focusing on strengths, assets, and community involvement in determining priorities and how to address them. Strategies reflect cultural dimensions of the community through acknowledgement of their contributions. Strategies reflect cultural dimensions of the community through acknowledgement of their contributions. The cultural competency of individuals and organizations participating in the planning and implementing of strategies within the community is critical for success. The cultural competency of individuals and organizations participating in the planning and implementing of strategies within the community is critical for success. Physical activity is defined broadly to include Healthy People 2010 objectives and increased moderate physical activity and reduced sedentary behaviors. Physical activity is defined broadly to include Healthy People 2010 objectives and increased moderate physical activity and reduced sedentary behaviors.

16 Guiding Principles: Healthy eating is defined broadly to include Healthy People 2010 nutrition-related objectives and U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Healthy eating is defined broadly to include Healthy People 2010 nutrition-related objectives and U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans. A public health planning process is used to engage stakeholders in assessing strengths and needs, setting goals and objectives, developing and implementing interventions, and evaluating outcomes. A public health planning process is used to engage stakeholders in assessing strengths and needs, setting goals and objectives, developing and implementing interventions, and evaluating outcomes. Pubic health professionals in nutrition and physical activity work collaboratively to lead change for improved health outcomes in communities. Pubic health professionals in nutrition and physical activity work collaboratively to lead change for improved health outcomes in communities.

17 THE CORNERSTONES: ACCESS – Assure access to healthy foods and locations to engage in physical activity. ACCESS – Assure access to healthy foods and locations to engage in physical activity. COLLABORATION – Promote healthy lifestyles by maximizing collaboration and partnerships. COLLABORATION – Promote healthy lifestyles by maximizing collaboration and partnerships. SCIENCE AND RESEARCH – Build the science base and accelerate the transfer of science to practice. SCIENCE AND RESEARCH – Build the science base and accelerate the transfer of science to practice. WORKFORCE – Increase the diversity, capacity, and flexibility of the nutrition and physical activity workforce. WORKFORCE – Increase the diversity, capacity, and flexibility of the nutrition and physical activity workforce. COMMUNICATIONS – Promote health and create awareness of the investment value of nutrition and physical activity through effective communications. COMMUNICATIONS – Promote health and create awareness of the investment value of nutrition and physical activity through effective communications.

18 CORNERSTONE 1: ACCESS STRATEGY 1: Assure access to a food supply and healthy food choices. STRATEGY 1: Assure access to a food supply and healthy food choices. STRATEGY 2: Assure access to safe, affordable, convenient opportunities to be physically active. STRATEGY 3: Increase the number and types of settings where culturally appropriate nutrition and physical activity services are supported and offered to people of all income levels, stages of life, and abilities. STRATEGY 2: Assure access to safe, affordable, convenient opportunities to be physically active. STRATEGY 3: Increase the number and types of settings where culturally appropriate nutrition and physical activity services are supported and offered to people of all income levels, stages of life, and abilities.

19 CORNERSTONE 2: COLLABORATION STRATEGY 1: Build new or enhance existing relationships among community, public, non-profit, voluntary, and private sectors at the community, county, state, multi-state, and federal levels that directly or indirectly have potential to improve physical activity and healthy eating. STRATEGY 1: Build new or enhance existing relationships among community, public, non-profit, voluntary, and private sectors at the community, county, state, multi-state, and federal levels that directly or indirectly have potential to improve physical activity and healthy eating. STRATEGY 2: Support community-directed initiatives to reduce inequalities for healthy eating and physical activity that engage the community members in addressing community change. STRATEGY 2: Support community-directed initiatives to reduce inequalities for healthy eating and physical activity that engage the community members in addressing community change.

20 CORNERSTONE 2: COLLABORATION STRATEGY 3: Maintain collaboration efforts by building capacity of leaders and members from the sectors of the community. STRATEGY 3: Maintain collaboration efforts by building capacity of leaders and members from the sectors of the community. STRATEGY 4: Identify, Assess, and Access Funding Resources and Partners STRATEGY 4: Identify, Assess, and Access Funding Resources and Partners

21 CORNESTONE 3: SCIENCE & RESEARCH STRATEGY 1: Develop a community-based research agenda that integrates nutrition and physical activity that demonstrate and sustain policies, programs and services. STRATEGY 1: Develop a community-based research agenda that integrates nutrition and physical activity that demonstrate and sustain policies, programs and services. STRATEGY 2: Utilize and improve data systems to measure the development and impact of community-based policy and program interventions at the individual, organizational, and community level. STRATEGY 2: Utilize and improve data systems to measure the development and impact of community-based policy and program interventions at the individual, organizational, and community level.

22 CORNESTONE 3: SCIENCE & RESEARCH STRATEGY 3: Incorporate research and evaluation into all phases of policy and program development based on the best evidence available. STRATEGY 3: Incorporate research and evaluation into all phases of policy and program development based on the best evidence available. STRATEGY 4: Include training on research and evaluation of policy and program interventions for researchers, health care providers, program staff, and community members. STRATEGY 4: Include training on research and evaluation of policy and program interventions for researchers, health care providers, program staff, and community members. STRATEGY 5: Use and communicate results of program and policy interventions that contribute to evidence-based strategies. STRATEGY 5: Use and communicate results of program and policy interventions that contribute to evidence-based strategies.

23 CORNESTONE 4: WORKFORCE STRATEGY 1: Recruit, hire, and retain a divers, competent public health workforce that is representative of populations served. STRATEGY 1: Recruit, hire, and retain a divers, competent public health workforce that is representative of populations served. STRATEGY 2: Increase the number and types of well-trained, diverse personnel who plan, facilitate, deliver and evaluate services to support healthy eating and physical activity. STRATEGY 2: Increase the number and types of well-trained, diverse personnel who plan, facilitate, deliver and evaluate services to support healthy eating and physical activity.

24 CORNESTONE 4: WORKFORCE STRATEGY 3: Promote quality training and/or credentialing of health promotion professionals to support a competent, diverse workforce for health education. STRATEGY 3: Promote quality training and/or credentialing of health promotion professionals to support a competent, diverse workforce for health education. STRATEGY 4: Support training of researchers and practitioners on evidence- based interventions that promote healthy eating and physical activity. STRATEGY 4: Support training of researchers and practitioners on evidence- based interventions that promote healthy eating and physical activity.

25 CORNERSTONE 5: COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGY 1: Establish communications plans for dissemination of messages, programs and services. STRATEGY 1: Establish communications plans for dissemination of messages, programs and services. STRATEGY 2: Develop sustained state and local public awareness campaigns that support healthy eating and PA linked with media. STRATEGY 2: Develop sustained state and local public awareness campaigns that support healthy eating and PA linked with media.

26 CORNERSTONE 5: COMMUNICATIONS STRATGEY 3: Design and disseminate consistent and accurate culturally and linguist messages to individual and communities. STRATGEY 3: Design and disseminate consistent and accurate culturally and linguist messages to individual and communities. STRATEGY 4: Improve health literacy by creating clear, consistent health messages that are culturally and linguistically appropriate to enhance understanding and application. STRATEGY 4: Improve health literacy by creating clear, consistent health messages that are culturally and linguistically appropriate to enhance understanding and application.

27 CORNERSTONE 5: COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGY 5: Disseminate evidence and best practice model programs that link outcomes and benefits to the cost of initiating and maintaining programs that support healthy eating and physical activity. STRATEGY 5: Disseminate evidence and best practice model programs that link outcomes and benefits to the cost of initiating and maintaining programs that support healthy eating and physical activity.

28 Stakeholders 2006 Editorial Panel 2006 Editorial Panel 2005 Stakeholders Listing 2005 Stakeholders Listing 2004 Stakeholders Listing 2004 Stakeholders Listing

29 Additional Information to be developed: Toolbox Section (to be developed as blueprint is used): Partnerships details/tools including working with non- traditional partners. Partnerships details/tools including working with non- traditional partners. Electronic links to potential partners Electronic links to potential partners Resources/publications for planning/implementing the Cornerstones and Strategies Resources/publications for planning/implementing the Cornerstones and Strategies Success stories – evidence-based evaluation Success stories – evidence-based evaluation Leadership role for nutrition and physical activity experts/practitioners/planners Leadership role for nutrition and physical activity experts/practitioners/planners

30 Blueprint Seed Grants November 2006 – Competitive Seed Grants of $2,500 offered to support planning and dissemination activities in the states. November 2006 – Competitive Seed Grants of $2,500 offered to support planning and dissemination activities in the states. Minimal application process – seeking creative ideas for dissemination. Minimal application process – seeking creative ideas for dissemination. Technical assistance offered to grantees. Technical assistance offered to grantees. Grantees share document and share their experiences/outcomes. Grantees share document and share their experiences/outcomes. Will offer up to five seed grants in and in Will offer up to five seed grants in and in

31 Application Requirements Indication that PA and Nutrition were dedicated to work together as evidenced by a joint letter of support. Indication that PA and Nutrition were dedicated to work together as evidenced by a joint letter of support. MCH Director tied in – letter of support. MCH Director tied in – letter of support. Focus on children and families - not a geriatric population. Focus on children and families - not a geriatric population. Clear tie in with at least one Blueprint Cornerstone. Clear tie in with at least one Blueprint Cornerstone. Agree to documents and share process and outcomes of the planning efforts. Agree to documents and share process and outcomes of the planning efforts.

32 Seed Grant Recipients Alabama - Laurie Eldridge-Auffant, M.P.H. Alabama - Laurie Eldridge-Auffant, M.P.H. Nutrition and Physical Activity Division Nutrition and Physical Activity Division Kansas - Jennifer Church, MS, RD Kansas - Jennifer Church, MS, RD Nutrition/Physical Activity Program Mgr, Office of Health Promotion Nutrition/Physical Activity Program Mgr, Office of Health Promotion Ohio - Linda Scovern, MPH, RD, LD Ohio - Linda Scovern, MPH, RD, LD Nutrition and Physical Activity Coordinator Nutrition and Physical Activity Coordinator

33 ASTPHND Seed Grant Blueprint for Nutrition and Physical Activity Cornerstones of a Healthy Lifestyle Ohio Department of Health

34 Activity Summary Focus on Cornerstone #2 – Collaboration; Promoting healthy lifestyles by maximizing collaboration and partnerships Focus on Cornerstone #2 – Collaboration; Promoting healthy lifestyles by maximizing collaboration and partnerships Development of power point presentation with talking points Development of power point presentation with talking points Schedule presentations with partner organizations Schedule presentations with partner organizations CATCH workshops CATCH workshops Statewide and local meetings Statewide and local meetings

35 Training other nutrition and physical activity professionals to present Blueprint Training other nutrition and physical activity professionals to present Blueprint Physical Best workshop for high school PE teachers Physical Best workshop for high school PE teachers Incorporate Blueprint into agenda Incorporate Blueprint into agenda Printing copies of Blueprint for distribution Printing copies of Blueprint for distribution

36 Summary Eating and physical activity behaviors affect the broad spectrum of health promotion and disease prevention Eating and physical activity behaviors affect the broad spectrum of health promotion and disease prevention Collaboration between nutrition and physical activity professionals is imperative to effectively address these behaviors and foster strategies for improving health and well-being Collaboration between nutrition and physical activity professionals is imperative to effectively address these behaviors and foster strategies for improving health and well-being

37 The Blueprint provides strategies for each of the Cornerstones, including potential actions, to assist nutrition and health professionals in focusing collaborative efforts, programs, policies and other activities in efforts to make their communities healthier for all. The Blueprint provides strategies for each of the Cornerstones, including potential actions, to assist nutrition and health professionals in focusing collaborative efforts, programs, policies and other activities in efforts to make their communities healthier for all.

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