Ppt on obesity prevention programs

Putting Prevention into Practice Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care Groupe d’étude canadien sur les soins de santé préventifs Obesity in Adults.

adults. Weak recommendation; very low quality evidence Basis of the recommendation The CTFPHC placed a relatively lower value on the unproven possibility that obesity prevention programs offered to the normal weight population may reduce the long term risk for obesity in that group. The weak recommendation implies that uncertainty exists and that practitioners should use their judgement in determining whether some normal weight adults/


Childhood Obesity: A Chronic Problem Ferris State University Nursing 340 Timothy Amborski, Amy Bradley, Richardia Gibbs-Hook, Rhonda Jones, Robyn Veitch,

measurement serves the information needs of communities enabling them to plan and monitor community-level programs and strategies. Construct validity The measurement accurately assesses the environmental strategy or policy that it/http://dhd10.org/assets/230/2011_Annual_report_final.pdf Govea, J. (2011). Center for Disease Control. Preventing chronic disease. Ethical concerns regarding interventions to prevent childhood obesity. Retrived from www.gov/pcd/issues/2011/sep/10_0288.htm Harkness, G. A., & /


Putting Prevention into Practice Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care Groupe d’étude canadien sur les soins de santé préventifs Recommendations.

aged 2 to 17 years. These guidelines do not apply to children and youth with eating disorders, or who are underweight, overweight, or obese (prevention) or with health conditions where weight management is inappropriate (management). 7 Structured Interventions Behavioural modification programs focused on diet, increasing exercise, or making lifestyle changes, alone or in combination, that take place over weeks or months. Follow a/


Developing an Implementation and Evaluation Plan for California’s Obesity Prevention Plan Webinar - December 16, 2009 Nutrition, Physical Activity and.

Get Healthy CA Workgroup est. Governor’s 10 Step Vision for a Healthy CA and the Summit on Health, Nutrition, and Obesity Receipt of CDC cooperative agreement for nutrition, physical activity, and obesity prevention California Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity Prevention Program  CDC cooperative agreement  $730,398 per year for five years  Establishes a “Connector Team” Create and disseminate an implementation and evaluation plan for the/


Crafting Integrated Strategies to Prevent and Manage Chronic Disease Using System Dynamics Chronic Disease Academy March 25, 2009 Seattle, WA.

CVD RISK FACTOR PREVALENCE & CONTROL Hypertension High cholesterol Diabetes Obesity Smoking Secondhand smoke Air pollution exposure UTILIZATION OF SERVICES Behavioral change Social support Mental health Preventive health COSTS (CVD & NON-CVD) ATTRIBUTABLE TO /approaches alone have not solved intractable health problems Health problems are embedded in dynamically complex systems Policies, programs, interventions have limited resources and involve trade offs Could try “kitchen sink” approach, but resources /


NURS 340 Ferris State University Community Plan of Care Group Project ≈≈≈ Obesity and Cardiovascular Disease in Lake County, Michigan NURS 340 Ferris State.

one of the poorest in Michigan. Our youth learn what they live, making primary prevention for them especially important. The following slides also underscore the importance of developing multilevel policies and programs supporting primary prevention (Pate & O’Neill, 2008). Such policies/programs are critical to reducing the dangerous trend of increasing obesity, and cardiovascular disease at both community and global levels (Burke, Thompson, Roos, & Troe/


Weighty Matters: Public Health Aspects of the Obesity Epidemic Martin T Donohoe.

of 26% Comprehensive employee wellness programs yield average reduction in healthcare expenditures of 26% Several state insurance plans impose a $25/month surcharge on smokers Others give up to 20% premium reductions to those who meet certain health guidelines Public Health Measures to Reduce Obesity Enhanced health insurance coverage for obesity prevention and treatment Enhanced health insurance coverage for obesity prevention and treatment Adjusted premiums based/


Obesity prevention recommendations for families. Healthy Eating and Active Lifestyles Begin at Home It hardly needs saying that families are one of the.

Safety Performance Standards; Guidelines for Early Care and Education Programs, 3rd Edition 2. National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education, University of Colorado Denver. National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education: Achieving a State of Healthy Weight: A National Assessment of Obesity Prevention Terminology in Child Care Regulations 2010. Aurora, CO/


Prediabetes Comorbidities and Complications 1. Obesity CVD Dyslipidemia Hypertension Renal failure Cancer Sleep disorders Common Comorbidities of Prediabetes.

hard exudates >0/1; or soft exudates >0/1. † P=0.035 vs nondiabetic. DPP, Diabetes Prevention Program; ETDRS, Early Treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy Study; IRMA, intraretinal microvascular abnormalities; NPDR, nonproliferative diabetic retinopathy. DPP / 2015; In press. Garber AJ, et al. Endocr Pract. 2008;14:933-946. Older Obesity Pharmacotherapies AgentPhentermineDiethylpropionOrlistat MechanismCentral noradrenergic Peripheral pancreatic lipase inhibitor Approval Short-term use DEA Schedule II-IV Long-/


Health Problems with Obesity Group Project By: Casey Jones, Hailey Ward, and Anisha Ward.

Weve got to put back whats been lost.Huntington Kitchen. Huntington, where I made this program,you know, weve got this prime time program that hopefullywill inspire people to really get on this change.I truly believe that change will/2010. In Person..http://www.ted.com/talks/jamie_oliver.html "Overweight and Obesity." U.S. Obesity Trends. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 21 Jul. 2011. Web. 6 Nov 2011..http://www.cdc.gov/obesity/data/trends.html "Active Life Movement: Barbie." Photograph. Ads of /


Policy & Nutrition Example: Obesity Conceptual Frameworks: 1.Kingdon Policy Model 2.IOM Obesity Prevention Organizing Framework.

the nations health and health-care costs. One of the primary goals of NANA is to cultivate champions for nutrition, physical activity, and obesity prevention in Congress and federal agencies. Efforts include supporting effective education programs, advocating adequate funding for programs, and promoting environmental changes that help Americans eat better and be more active. http://cspinet.org/nutritionpolicy/nana.html National Alliance for Nutrition/


The New York Academy of Medicine Office of School Health Programs Promoting the Health of New York City Public School Students and Families through a Public-Private.

with English and Spanish Speaking Parents to Prevent Obesity and Diabetes Parents to Prevent Obesity and Diabetes Programs for Parents and Families Program Goals  To build the capacity of the Parent Coordinators and school staff to implement school-wide health promotion school staff to implement school-wide health promotion activities using promising evidence-based obesity activities using promising evidence-based obesity prevention strategies. prevention strategies.  To build the capacity of/


Obesity Pre-Diabetes to Type 2 Diabetes Gül Bahtiyar, MD, MPH Woodhull Medical Center Clinical Associate Professor NYU School of Medicine.

Average follow-up 2.8 years DPP Research Group. N Engl J Med 2002; 346:6 Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) Lifestyle intervention 5% to 7% weight reduction Healthy low-calorie, low-fat diet 30 minutes/ al. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2001; 86:280–288. Selection Oral Hypoglycemic Therapy Consider Insulin Secretagogue (Sulfonylurea); Non-obesity or mild obese Repaglinide (Prandin) or Nateglinide (Starlix) are useful for post-prandial hyperglycemia (non-sulfonylurea insulin secretagogues) Contraindicated: Severe/


 This program was made possible through a grant from the Woodward Endowment for Medical Education at the Penn State Hershey College of Medicine.  COPYRIGHT.

Hershey College of Medicine.  COPYRIGHT  COPYRIGHT © April 13, 2009. All material contained in this program is copyrighted and may not be reproduced without prior written permission from the Pennsylvania State University, College of /  Primary care providers (PCP) serve as a significant resource for obese patients  PCP role: Identify risk factors/prescribe intervention/promote prevention  Jason has the following risk factors: › Moderate Obesity: BMI=39 (high CV risk) › Waist circumference=48 inches (/


State Action to Address Obesity Deborah J. Gibson, Ph.D. C.H.E.S. University of Tennessee at Martin Presented at APHA Conference Washington, D.C. November.

.S. University of Tennessee at Martin Presented at APHA Conference Washington, D.C. November 6, 2007 Established in 1999, the CDC Nutrition and Physical Activity Program to Prevent Obesity and Other Chronic Diseases was designed to help states prevent obesity and other chronic diseases by addressing two closely related factors — poor nutrition inadequate physical activity. In the United States, much of the authority for public/


Obesity Prevention Among Latino Youth: School Counselors’ Role in Promoting Healthy Lifestyles Presented by Amy Cook, PhD & Laura Hayden, EdD March 23,

enhancing students’ reading comprehension ▫SCs can encourage students in collaboration with teachers and staff to make changes to food options in schools ▫Asking faculty and staff to contribute to the obesity prevention program by employing specific strengths and techniques related to their disciplines is more likely to increase faculty and staff cooperation and provide opportunities to reach all students In Summary… Comprehensive school/


Weight Management Clinic

empowering individuals to make healthy lifestyle choices! Comprehensive Adult Weight Management Clinic Personalized Weight Management Program Multidisciplinary approach to weight loss and weight maintenance Intensive induction phase Advice regarding activity/exercise/conditioning Individual one-on-one sessions Focus on prevention of weight regain Behavioral Nutritional Pharmacological Stepped Obesity Treatment Regimen What happens at the first visit to the physician? Your health and weight/


Nutrition and Obesity David Freestone, DO PGY 1 UNSOM Dept. of Pediatrics.

Diabetes in Children. Adv Nutr January 2012 Adv Nutr vol. 3: 47-53, 2012. Eisenmann JC. Assessment of Obese Children and Adolescents: A Survey of Pediatric Obesity-Management Programs. PEDIATRICS Vol. 128 No. S51-58, 2011 Rausch JC, Perito ER, Hametz P. Obesity Prevention, Screening, and Treatment: Practices of Pediatric Providers Since the 2007 Expert Committee Recommendations. CLIN PEDIATR vol. 50: 434-441, 2011 Questions/


Weight Management Clinic

empowering individuals to make healthy lifestyle choices! Comprehensive Adult Weight Management Clinic Personalized Weight Management Program Multidisciplinary approach to weight loss and weight maintenance Intensive induction phase Advice regarding activity/exercise/conditioning Individual one-on-one sessions Focus on prevention of weight regain Behavioral Nutritional Pharmacological Stepped Obesity Treatment Regimen What happens at the first visit to the physician? Your health and weight/


Genuine Progress Index for Atlantic Canada Indice de progrès véritable - Atlantique Estimating the Cost of Preventable Illness Genuine Progress Institute.

growth statistics as the primary measure of social wellbeing, we won’t give population health and prevention the attention they deserve Counting it right: Obesity as serious cost Obese (BMI >30) = 50-100% increased risk of death (all causes) cf healthy /High: anti-smoking pact, calculate savings to health care system, invest in town swimming pool Cost-effectiveness of school gym programs 3) Addressing broader social determinants of health E.g. Netherlands: shortest work hours of any industrial county (1,370/


Diabetes Prevention Program Marcelle Thurston MS, RD, CDE Kelly McCracken RD, CDE Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

BMI ≥30, or ~ 30 lbs. overweight for 5’ 4” person) No Data <10% 10%–14% 15%–19% 20%–24% 25%–29% ≥30% Obesity Trends* Among U.S. Adults BRFSS, 2010 (*BMI ≥30, or ~ 30 lbs. overweight for 5’ 4” person) No Data <10% 10%–14%/ more than four-fold for a person with diabetes-related complications compared to a person without diabetes Overview of the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) The Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) Based on NIH and CDC clinical trials 5% - 7% weight loss & increased physical activity to 150 /


1 Legal Themes Concerning Obesity Regulation in the United States: Theory and Practice James G. Hodge, Jr., J.D., LL.M. Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins.

Mandate coverage of weight loss programs/treatments for morbid obesity by private health insurers Indiana: Ind. Code Ann. § 27-8-14.1: Requires the state to provide coverage under group insurance plans for public employees needing treatment for morbid obesity 51 Conclusions Law (in all of its forms) has been and continues to be a viable tool for obesity prevention in the United States Law/


The Southern Area of The Links, Incorporated Commission On Childhood Obesity Prevention Obesity Prevention Among African American Children Presented by:

Presented by: Henrie M. Treadwell, Ph.D. Chair, The Commission on Childhood Obesity Prevention Call To Action on Childhood Obesity History and Background May 2007-Area Director Announces Childhood Obesity - Focused Program Initiative May 2007-Area Director Announces Childhood Obesity - Focused Program Initiative February 2008-Childhood Obesity Initiative officially launched February 2008-Childhood Obesity Initiative officially launched Summer 2008-Produced a documentary on chapters’ work and established/


The Obesity Epidemic: An Overview

: 2697-2704 Behavioral Interventions: USPSTF Recommendations Screening children age 6 and older for obesity and then, if obese, offering referral for intensive counseling and behavioral interventions Pediatrics, on line 2010 USPSTF UNITED STATES PREVENTIVE SERVICES TASK FORCE Comprehensive= Counseling for weight loss/healthy diet, counseling for PE or a PE program, instruction in and support for use of behavioral management techniques ( self-monitoring, stimulus/


CHILDHOOD OBESITY NOT JUST BABY FAT Errin Weisman DO Deaconess Family Medicine Residency PGY2.

6)No one has the perfect solution yet, find your community resources to help you! ANY QUESTIONS? REFERENCES AAFP CME Bulletin about Childhood Obesity: Assessment, Prevention, and Treatment. Released 2012 Sandeep Gupta, MD and Amanda Garant, MS, RD, CD Riley POWER Program 317- 948-9088. Some of their PP pictures and ideas were used. Barlow SE; Expert Committee. Expert Committee recommendations regarding the/


Designing a culturally-appropriate obesity prevention program for South Asian Americans Manoj Sharma, Ph.D. University of Cincinnati, & Walden University.

Designing a culturally-appropriate obesity prevention program for South Asian Americans Manoj Sharma, Ph.D. University of Cincinnati, & Walden University Cincinnati, OH 45221-0002 (513) 556-3878 manoj.sharma@uc.edu Session 3365, Board 1, November 6 (/


Pediatric Obesity: Provider Skill Sets for Improved Care Scott Gee, MD Kaiser Permanente February 18, 2010 French Camp, CA.

provided by experienced programs with established clinical or research protocols)  Medications - sibutramine, orlistat  Very-low-calorie diets  Weight control surgery - gastric bypass or banding (not FDA approved for children but in clinical trials) NICHQ  National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare  Quality refined the AMA Expert Committee  Recommendations into:  Step 1: Obesity Prevention at Well Care Visits (Assessment and Prevention)  Step 2: Prevention Plus Visits (Treatment/


ADOLESCENT OBESITY: SIGNIFICANT OF IMPROVING SCHOOL NUTRITION STANDARD FOR OUR CHILDREN BY OMOLARA OBATOLA MPH STUDENT WALDEN UNIVERISTY PUBH 6165-5 INSTRUCTOR:

QUARTER, 2011 LEARNING OBJECTIVES  BY the end this presentation, the reader will be able to  To understand define obesity  Understand the significant of adolescent obesity  What are the impact of obesity in adolescent  What are the preventive methods  How can the school food nutrition program can eliminate adolescent obesity  How the parent, and the school community can eliminate the barriers to healthy good nutrition. WHAT IS/


Cardiovascular Epidemiology and Prevention Nathan D. Wong, PhD, FACC, FAHA Professor and Director, Heart Disease Prevention Program, Division of Cardiology,

, FAHA Professor and Director, Heart Disease Prevention Program, Division of Cardiology, University of California, Irvine President, American Society of Preventive Cardiology Agenda April 26April 26 u CVD definitions, US and Global Statistics u Historical perspective and risk factor overview u Screening for subclinical atherosclerosis May 3May 3 u Dyslipidemia u Metabolic Syndrome/Diabetes u Behavioral Issues (Nutrition, Obesity, Physical Activity, Tobacco, Psychosocial Factors) May/


Diabetes, Obesity & Metabolism Research in the Early 21 st Century* (*from the NIH Point of View) December, 2004 Maren R. Laughlin, Ph.D. Senior Advisor.

Adolescent Health Promotion Across Multiple High Risk Behaviors  PA-05-009: Research on the Economics of Diet, Activity, and Energy Balance  PA-04-145: School-Based Interventions To Prevent Obesity Obesity Program Announcements Recent NIH Obesity Workshops Women and Obesity November 4, 2004 1-3 p.m. Obesity and the Built Environment: Improving Public Health Through Community Design May 24-26, 2004 Lipids and the Pathophysiology of/


Policy & Nutrition Example: Obesity Conceptual Frameworks:

the nations health and health-care costs. One of the primary goals of NANA is to cultivate champions for nutrition, physical activity, and obesity prevention in Congress and federal agencies. Efforts include supporting effective education programs, advocating adequate funding for programs, and promoting environmental changes that help Americans eat better and be more active. http://cspinet.org/nutritionpolicy/nana.html NANA is made up/


What changes might result in an improvement?

improvement in documentation and sustainability observed Interdisciplinary team work with system change made the process sustainable. Documentation of obesity on the problem list increase documentation on the problem list Periodically reminders are needed. Also new physicians in clinic/and major amputations reduction from 12.89 to 6.18 per 1000 patients per year with a diabetes foot prevention program.2 Others have shown significantly improved outcomes as well.3 First visit with pt, MD defers RHM til next/


Childhood Obesity. Table of contents Reflection Page Childhood Obesity Legislation in the United States: 2006-2009 Effectiveness of School Programs Obesity.

States: 2006-2009." American JOurnal of Public Health (2012): 9. Childhood Obesity Legislation effort 2006-2009 Through out the United States Effectiveness of School Programs in Preventing Childhood Obesity: A multilevel comparison With the rapid increase in childhood obesity prevention is a public health priority. Multifaceted school programs that incorporate CDC guidelines demonstrate effective in preventing childhood obesity. This journal shows the progress that can be made by educating/


A Partnership Approach Obesity Prevention in Child Care Sandra Rhoades, MPH, RD Director, CACFP Obesity Prevention Unit NYS Dept. of Health Diane Craft,

served  31.5% of 2-4 year olds  32% of Upstate public school students  40% of NYC public school students Child Care Data (2010)Obesity Data (2010) Obesity Prevention in Child Care Partnership – Steering Committee  Dept. of Health  CACFP  Obesity Prevention Program  Office of Children and Family Services  Child care licensing and subsidy  NYS Head Start Collaboration  Physical Activity Specialist  NYS Early Care Advisory Council members/


Obesity Prevention in Early Childhood: Strategies for Healthy Development Dianne S. Ward, EdD Department of Nutrition Gillings School of Global Public.

-month intervention Centers complete follow-up self-assessment instrument to evaluate changes made during 6-month intervention Revise Revise Repeat Repeat Outline Introduction Childhood obesity as a health problem Efforts to address childhood obesity prevention Development of the NAP SACC program Results from Pilot-testing of NAP SACC Results from baseline studies of NAP SACC Statewide evaluation of NAP SACC Best practices for Healthy/


Pediatric Obesity Interventions Marsha D. Marcus, Ph.D. June 7, 2007.

study with families who were provided the standard KidQuest program along with tailored menus and meal plans All families received partial reimbursement for food, and some received prepared foods Three groups have been run, involving 19 families Menu Provision Obesity Prevention There is consensus that there is a compelling need to prevent the development of obesity in pediatric populations STOPP-T2D Studies to Treat Or/


Setting Up Camp: How Do We Improve Nutrition, Increase Physical Activity and Prevent and Control Obesity? William H. Dietz, MD, PhD Division of Nutrition,

-based and promising interventions Training in HEAL for policymakers Standardized evaluation tools Flexible comprehensive funding Development of a national strategic plan Clearinghouse for obesity prevention and control programs Evidence-based and promising interventions Training in HEAL for policymakers Standardized evaluation tools Flexible comprehensive funding Largest Connected Subcomponent in Framingham Heart Study Christakis and Fowler. NEJM 2007;357:370 /


Childhood Obesity: The Way Forward Susan Dentzer Editor-in-Chief With thanks to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for its generous support.

being spent to combat it. While continued research is needed to develop successful initiatives to prevent and treat obesity and overweight, estimating the economic benefits of successful intervention can permit policy makers to determine/ justice, local food, disease prevention, environment) Where Are We For Obesity? Practice based interventions –Medical home –Access to levels of care –Family centered care Community and policy based interventions –Nutrition programs –Physical activity promotion –Physical /


1. 2015 NM Objectives Increase awareness on proper nutrition and physical activity to prevent obesity Encourage action to attain normal weight Manage.

enjoyable physical activities and sports events in schools. 49 Recommended actions to prevent overweight and obesity Local policy makers and program managers 1.Formulate local policies to support consumption of healthy diet and increase access to /on the importance of healthy diet and active lifestyle 3.Implement wellness programs for employees such as the “Belly Gud for Health” 51 Recommended actions to prevent overweight and obesity Food industry 1.Self-regulate marketing of foods and non- alcoholic/


Genuine Progress Index for Atlantic Canada Indice de progrès véritable - Atlantique The Cost of Obesity and what Dieticians Can Do About It Ronald Colman.

vs osteoporosis; diabetes under-reported (complications: blindness, kidney failure, amputations, cardiovascular disease, infections) What portion is preventable? Excess risk factors account for: 40% chronic disease incidence 50% chronic disease premature mortality Small number of risk factors/ –Teachers can be trained to explain nutritional labels in class –Singapore “Trim and Fit” program cut school children’s obesity 33%-50% –Doctors, nurses given more explicit diet and nutritional training, yet only 23%/


The Maryland Wellness Agenda 2010 A Collaborative Program from A Collaborative Program from MSDE, DHMH, and the Maryland AAP.

Program from A Collaborative Program from MSDE, DHMH, and the Maryland AAP The “Collaborators” MSDE: Dr. Nancy Grasmick, Rolf Grafwallner, Mike Mason, Linda Zang, Anna Arrowsmith, R.D., Maureen Moran MSDE: Dr. Nancy Grasmick, Rolf Grafwallner, Mike Mason, Linda Zang, Anna Arrowsmith, R.D., Maureen Moran DHMH: Dr Cheryl DePinto, Dr Maria Prince DHMH: Dr Cheryl DePinto, Dr Maria Prince Maryland AAP: Obesity Prevention/


The Childhood and Adolescent Obesity Epidemic Confronting Virginia Schools Werner von Kutzleben, M.S/Ph.D Lord Fairfax Health District, Virginia.

in low income and urban areas that are more conducive to physical exercise. Increase research on behavioral and biological causes of obesity, prevention and treatment. Acknowledgements: I would like to thank the following individuals for their support and assistance with the program: Hank Topper, USEPA, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington D.C Dr. D. Helentjaris, Lord Fairfax Health District, Virginia Department of Health. 107/


Columbine Elementary Garden & Greenhouse To Table Program.

-295. (Cited in Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention: Solving the Weight of the Nation, 2012). Viii Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention: Solving the Weight of the Nation, 2012 (Medical Expenditure Panel Survey for 2000-2005). Ix 2011 Thomson Reuters analysis based on the national MarketScan databases of claims and medical encounters for approxim Current Garden to Table Program with the Growe Foundation: Focus Areas for/


Fighting Obesity in the United States with State Legislation Stephanie Chan, M.A., M.Phil. Pardee RAND Graduate School June 20, 2012 2012 USPHS Scientific.

preventing and reducing obesity? Chan 12 6/12 Interventions Seek Change in Different Ways Intervention CategoryDefinition Require and define rules Set requirement or standards; define rules, duties, or responsibilities; includes bans and restrictions Appropriate funds Allocate budget, funds, grants or other resources Establish new group Establish, create, or develop a new entity for a set purpose, e.g., taskforce, council, advisory board, programs/ puzzle in preventing and reducing obesity Contact: Stephanie/


Child Obesity Treatment Services: Where are Children’s Hospitals and where can we go? Stephen Cook, MD, MPH Associate Professor, Pediatrics UR Medicine’s.

will host calls and webinars regarding coverage and promotion of preventive services, develop fact sheets that address Medicaid coverage of preventive services, and share examples of state Medicaid program efforts to increase awareness of preventive services. http://www.medicaid.gov/Medicaid-CHIP-Program-Information/By-Topics/Quality-of- Care/Reducing-Obesity.html Treating Overweight & Obesity Stage 1 – a prevention program managed by a primary care physician Stage 2 – a/


Weighty Matters: Public Health Aspects of the Obesity Epidemic Martin T Donohoe.

insurance coverage for membership in athletic clubs and insurance discounts for participation in exercise programs Providing insurance coverage for membership in athletic clubs and insurance discounts for participation in exercise programs Public Health Measures to Reduce Obesity Enhanced health insurance coverage for obesity prevention and treatment Enhanced health insurance coverage for obesity prevention and treatment Purge governmental bodies of those with industry connections Purge governmental bodies/


Adults and obesity: a growing problem with solutions Jeffrey Levi, PhD Executive Director, TFAH Grantmakers in Health Webinar September 14, 2009.

on changing behavior of their parents There is an evidence base….  NYAM, A Compendium of Proven Community-Based Prevention Programs  NACCD, Compendium of Successful Community Based Interventions  Healthy Eating Active Living Convergence Partnership, Promising Strategies  REACH, Steps Small changes make big differences  STOP Obesity Alliance recommends a sustained weight loss of 5-10% as a measure of success and can achieve major health/


Syndemics Prevention Network Maine Center for Public Health Evaluation Forum Portland, ME Friday July 22, 2005 Innovations in Planning and Evaluating System.

you intervene the better. The real question is whether we as a society are up to the challenge... Comprehensive prevention programs arent cheap, but the cost of doing nothing is far greater..." Gorman C. Why so many of us /Detection Diagnosing PreDiabetes Diabetes Onset PreDiabetes Control PreDiabetes Onset Recovering from PreDiabetes Recovering from PreDiabetes Obesity Prevention Syndemics Prevention Network Diabetes System Modeling Project Where is the Leverage for Health Protection? People with /


1 FDA Obesity Work Group Knowledge Base Subgroup Richard Canady, Ph.D., DABT, Corinna Sorenson, M.P.H., M.H.S.A., and Donna Robie Howard, Ph.D. October.

“Soda Ban” Signed into Law – September 2003 (Gov. Gray Davis)  DC Labeling Legislation (DC City Council Member Mendelson (D-At Large))  Florida Task Force (Gov. Jeb Bush (R))  NY Childhood Obesity Prevention Program – Commercial Alert  Assemblyman Felix Ortiz (D-Brooklyn) Slide 12 Legislation  "Personal Responsibility in Food Consumption Act (Representative Keller (R-FL))  "Commonsense Consumption Act" (Senator McConnell (R-KY))  “Restaurant Information Act/


Tackling Obesity With HEALTH By Lindsay Bennett, Carly Macklin, Patti Moon, Dawn Platt, & Cheryl Shapiro Healthy Eating And Lifestyle Transformation Hour.

.d.) HealthierUS School Challenge (HealthierUS School Challenge, n.d.) Let’s Move program (initiated by Michelle Obama) (Let’s Move, n.d.) Fuel Up to Play 60 program (Fuel Up to Play 60 Program, n.d.) What Existing Agencies Are Likely Partners? 1.Limited evidence as to how effective childhood obesity prevention efforts are in the United States. 2.Potential setting specific barriers: the cooperation/


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