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National Physical Activity Plan Antronette (Toni) Yancey, MD, MPH, FACPM Professor, Dept. of Health Services Co-Director, Center to Eliminate Health Disparities.

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1 National Physical Activity Plan Antronette (Toni) Yancey, MD, MPH, FACPM Professor, Dept. of Health Services Co-Director, Center to Eliminate Health Disparities (CEHD) UCLA School of Public Health

2 Why and Why Now?  Orchestrate efforts along the lines of other national disease-focused health plans (e.g., diabetes, arthritis), physical activity plans in other countries (e.g., Australia, Canada), and state physical activity plans  Build on momentum from release of first Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans earlier this month

3 Other US National Health Plans:   National Arthritis Action Plan: A Public Health Strategy National Arthritis Action Plan: A Public Health Strategy   National Blueprint: Increasing Physical Activity Among Adults Age 50 and Older National Blueprint: Increasing Physical Activity Among Adults Age 50 and Older   A Public Health Action Plan to Prevent Heart Disease and Stroke A Public Health Action Plan to Prevent Heart Disease and Stroke

4 Other Physical Activity Plans Around the World:  Canada Canada  Finland Finland  Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Northern Ireland  Pakistan Pakistan  Scotland Scotland  UK UK  Western Australia Western Australia Western Australia

5 State Physical Activity Plans   Arizona Arizona   Iowa Iowa   Nebraska Nebraska   Colorado Colorado   Maine Maine   New Mexico New Mexico   Georgia Georgia   Maryland Maryland   South Carolina South Carolina   Hawaii Hawaii   Montana Montana   South Dakota South Dakota

6 How Is the Effort Supported?  Prevention Research Center (focused on physical activity), University of South Carolina  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

7 Coordinating Committee Fields represented  Public Health  Education  Transportation, Urban Design, and Community Planning  Mass Media  Healthcare  Business and Industry  Parks, Recreation, Fitness, and Sports  Volunteer and Non Profit Organizations

8 Organizational Partners  AAHPERD  AAP  AARP  ACS  ACSM  AHA  CDC

9 Coordinating Committee Russell Pate, USC, Chair Jim Whitehead, ACSM, Co-Chair Steven Blair, USC David Buchner, UI/Urbana-Champaign Carmen Cutter, SDSU/ALR Colleen Doyle, ACS Jacqueline Epping, CDC Barry Franklin (Beaumont Hosp.), AHA Matthew Grady (Children’s Hosp., Phila.), AAP

10 Coordinating Committee Kelly Griffin, AARP William Haskell, Stanford Amelia Lee (LSU), AAHPERD Bess Marcus, Brown U. Russell Pate, Univ. South Carolina Michael Pratt, CDC James Sallis (SDSU), ALR James Whitehead, ACSM Antronette (Toni) Yancey, UCLA

11 Activities To Date 1. Recruit of organizational partners across sectors 2. Identify model plans from disease-targeted, international and state physical activity plans 3. Build website: 4. Plan national meeting now scheduled for June 30-July 9, Assemble evidence base through commissioned white papers targeting key sectors

12 National Plan Sectors  Public Health - public health agencies at the federal, state and local levels Author: Greg Heath, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga  Education – education agencies at federal, state, and local levels; schools at preschool to college levels Author: Daryl Seidentop, Ohio State University  Voluntary, Not for Profit Organizations – volunteer organizations committed to issues that impact or are impacted by physical activity (health and non-health) Author: Colleen Doyle, American Cancer Society  Transportation/Urban Design/Community Planning – relevant agencies at federal, state and local levels  Author: TBN

13 National Plan Sectors and White Paper Authors  Mass Media – web; television; media campaigns Author: Adrian Bauman, University of Sydney  Healthcare – federal and state program; health insurance industry; clinical practice Author: Kevin Patrick, University of California at San Diego  Business/Industry – worksite health; manufacturers of products impacting physical activity Author: Nico Pronk, HealthPartners Health Behavior Group  Parks/Recreation/Fitness/Sports – recreation and parks agencies at federal, state, and local levels; private fitness industry; professional and amateur sports organizations Author: Andrew Mowen, Pennsylvania State University

14 White Papers: Working to arrange publication in special issue of a refereed journal  Primary sources: systematic reviews complemented by individual studies  Secondary sources: recommended or best practice physical activity interventions from authoritative organizations  Comprehensive reviews: not included  Recommend most promising intervention strategies, based on criteria such as: *strength of evidence*likely efficacy *reach*potential for wide dissemination *potential for sustainability of intervention or effects *cost or cost-effectiveness *potential for reducing disparities *ability to target inactive populations

15 FriarFit Instant Recess™ 1) Batter on Deck 2) Batter Up! 3) Hoffman Changeup 4) The Wave 5) Foul Ball! 6) The Celebration 7) Seventh Inning Stretch 8) The Grounder 9) The Ump


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