# Healthy Campus 2010 How We’re Making it Happen at Iowa State University Lauri Dusselier, MS -

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Healthy Campus 2010 How We’re Making it Happen at Iowa State University Lauri Dusselier, MS - ldussel@iastate.edu

Iowa State University 27,000 Students 56% male, 44% female 93% are age 18 - 24 Race/Ethnicity: African American2.7% American Indian/Alaskan0.3% Asian/Pacific Islander3.0% Hispanic2.1% White88.0% International3.9%

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Healthy Campus 2010 Example: 22-15a Increase the proportion of college students that rode a bicycle in the last school year Targets National DNC College 65.0%Our Campus65.0% Baselines National DNC College 53.0%Our Campus63.2%

Calculating Baseline Data Appendix D in Healthy Campus 2010: Making it Happen Instructions for calculating baseline data 70 Objectives

Calculating Baseline Data for ISU National College Health Assessment (NCHA) 2000 2001 2002 ISU Student Alcohol Survey 2003

Difference in Data year-to-year? Looked for big changes between years. Calculated z-scores for those items. Only a few had change that was statistically significant. We have not explained the changes, but made note of them.

Calculating Targets for Our Campus If the College baseline was better than ours, we used the College target. If Our Campus baseline was better than the College target, we used better than the best method.

Differences between Our Campus and College Baselines 12 areas of difference On 5 objectives – Our Campus was healthier than College On 7 objectives - Our Campus was less healthy than College

Areas in which we’re less healthy

Injury and Violence 15-21 Increase the proportion of motorcyclists using helmets. Targets National College 71.8%Our Campus71.8% Baselines National College 50.6%Our Campus23.8% 15-23 Increase use of helmets by bicyclists. Targets National College 24.1%Our Campus24.1% Baselines National College 11.4%Our Campus3.9%

Injury and Violence 15-23a Increase use of helmets by inline skaters. Targets National College 19.6%Our Campus19.6% Baselines National College 5.7%Our Campus2.4%

Responsible Sexual Behavior 9-7a Reduce unintentional pregnancies among college women. Targets National College 17.5Our Campus17.5 Baselines National College 25.3Our Campus56.0 Rate per 1000

Responsible Sexual Behavior 136d Increase the proportion of sexually active persons who used condoms at last anal intercourse Female college students Targets National College 70.0%Our Campus70.0% Baselines National College 16.2%Our Campus2.0% Male college students Targets National College 70.0%Our Campus70.0% Baselines National College 35.5%Our Campus6.0%

Tobacco Use Spit Tobacco Targets National College 1.0%Our Campus1.0% Baselines National College 3.7%Our Campus7.0%

Other 12-15 Increase the proportion of adults and college students who have had their blood cholesterol checked with the preceding five years. Targets National College 62.1%Our Campus62.1% Baselines National College 45.2%Our Campus27.8%

Areas in which we’re healthier

Physical Activity 22-15a Increase the proportion of college students that rode a bicycle in the last school year Targets National College 65.0%Our Campus65.0% Baselines National College 53.0%Our Campus63.2%

Substance Abuse 26-10b Reduce the proportion of adolescents ages 12-17, and college students reporting use of marijuana during the past 30 days. Targets National College 1.0%Our Campus1.0% Baselines National College 14.8%Our Campus8.8%

Responsible Sexual Behavior 25-2 Reduce gonorrhea Targets National College 49Our Campus49 Baselines National College 367Our Campus130 Rate per 1000

Tobacco Use 27-1/2 Reduce tobacco use by adolescents, adults 18 years and older, and college students Cigarette Smoking Targets National College 10.5%Our Campus10.5% Baselines National College 25.1%Our Campus19.4%

Injury and Violence 15-36 Reduce sexual assault other than rape. Targets National College 56.4Our Campus56.4 Baselines National College 96.0Our Campus58.9 Rate per 1000

Next Steps Share information with related departments Conduct the NCHA in Spring 2006 Collaborate with other departments on programming

Collaboration Knowing the areas in which we’re less healthy, with which offices on campus would you collaborate? Helmet use by motorcyclists, bicyclists, and inline skaters Unintended pregnancy Condom use Spit tobacco use Having cholesterol checked

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