Identify topics, objectives and processes for determining the Healthy Campus 2020 baselines and targets for health improvement



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Identify topics, objectives and processes for determining the Healthy Campus 2020 baselines and targets for health improvement

  • Identify topics, objectives and processes for determining the Healthy Campus 2020 baselines and targets for health improvement
  • Identify key considerations for implementing a Healthy Campus initiative

18% (n=70) participated in ACHA Annual Meeting Session on HC2020

  • 18% (n=70) participated in ACHA Annual Meeting Session on HC2020
    • Entire departments participating
  • 27% (n=106) reported having a Healthy Campus initiative
  • Target Audience:
    • 231 (59%) didn’t answer question
    • Of those that responded (n=162):
      • 54% faculty, staff and students
      • 40% students only
      • 6% faculty, staff only

Implementation of MAP-IT Framework

  • Implementation of MAP-IT Framework
  • 39% (n=152) reported having a multidisciplinary coalition/committee/task force (above and beyond student health and wellness)
  • 37% (n=145) reported assessing both needs and resources and setting priorities based on this assessment
  • 18% (n=69) reported developing Healthy Campus plan with goals, objectives, targets, and action steps
  • 18% (n=69) reported implementing evidence-based policies, programs, or health communication strategies
  • 25% (n=99) reported conducting regular evaluations to measure progress of selected HC objectives

Challenges

  • Challenges
  • How to get started… where to begin
  • Motivating our campus
  • Getting support
  • Buy-in from other functional areas
  • Lack of personnel
  • Support from administration
  • Funding
  • Territory Issues
  • Lacking Knowledge/Information

Michelle Burcin, (NHO2020 Chair) Walden University

  • Michelle Burcin, (NHO2020 Chair) Walden University
  • Allison Smith, (NHO2020 Vice Chair) New York University
  • George Brown, University of Alabama
  • Cynthia Burwell, Norfolk State University
  • Jim Grizzell, CSU-Pomona
  • Katie Vatalaro Hill, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Jacque Hamilton, Texas A & M- Corpus Christi
  • Eric Stein, Stanford University
  • Sara Stahlman, UNC- Chapel Hill
  • Ann Quinn-Zobeck, The BACCHUS Network

Comprehensive sets of national health objectives (US Health & Human Services)

  • Comprehensive sets of national health objectives (US Health & Human Services)
  • Designed to measure progress over time
  • Public and college health documents (American College Health Association)
  • Leading Health Indicators
  • . . . further improvements in the health of the American people can and will be achieved - not alone through increased medical care and greater health expenditures - but through a renewed national commitment to efforts designed to prevent disease and to promote health. . . . and . . . . the potential to reduce these tragic and avoidable deaths lies less with improved medical care than with better Federal, State, and local actions to foster more careful behavior, and provide safer environments.
  • Healthy People: The Surgeon General’s Report on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (1979)
  • . . . , it has become clear that individual health is closely linked to community health - the health of the community and environment in which individuals live, work, and play.
  • Healthy People 2010 (2000)
  • Healthy People
  • Healthy Campus
  • 1990
  • 226
  • N/A
  • 2000
  • 319
  • 134
  • 2010
  • 969
  • 178
  • 2020
  • 1,200
  • 75

Multi-disciplinary working/writing group

  • Multi-disciplinary working/writing group
  • Web-based format
  • Academic Impact specific objectives
  • Inclusion of faculty/staff objectives
  • All objectives linked to data sources (e.g. measurable)
  • Three formats for objectives:
    • Web-based
    • Excel Spreadsheet
    • Word Document
  • Inclusion of action model to guide implementation with corresponding worksheets (the “how to” sheets)

Background

  • Background
  • Recruitment of other partners
  • Formation of writing work group
    • Face-to-face meetings
  • Monthly calls—Healthy Campus 2020 Coalition
  • Feedback from HC 2020 Survey and ACHA 2010 and 2011 Annual Meeting presentations
  • Compromising/Collaborating/Hard decisions
  • Final Product
    • Web-based (flexibility)
    • Data-sources

Vision

  • Vision
  • Campus communities in which all members live long, healthy lives.
  • Mission
  • Healthy Campus 2020 will strive to:
  • Identify current and ongoing nationwide health improvement priorities in higher education;
  • Increase campus community awareness and understanding of determinants of health, disease, and disability and the opportunities for progress;
  • Provide measurable objectives and goals that can be used at institutions of higher education;
  • Engage multiple constituents to take actions to strengthen policies, improve practices, and empower behavior change that are driven by the best available evidence and knowledge;
  • Identify and promote relevant assessment, research and data collection needs.

Overarching goals:

  • Overarching goals:
  • Create social and physical environments that promote good health for all.
  • Support efforts to increase academic success, productivity, student and faculty/staff retention, and life-long learning.
  • Attain high-quality, longer lives free of preventable disease, disability, injury, and premature death.
  • Achieve health equity, eliminate disparities, and improve the health of the entire campus community.
  • Promote quality of life, healthy development, and positive health behaviors.

Academic Impediments (5 objectives)

  • Academic Impediments (5 objectives)
  • Family Planning (3 objectives)
  • Health Communication/Health Information Technology (10 objectives)
  • Immunization and Infectious Diseases (6 objectives)
  • Injury and Violence Prevention (9 objectives)
  • Mental Health and Mental Disorders (4 objectives)
  • Nutrition and Weight Status (3 objectives)
  • Physical Activity/Fitness (2 objectives)
  • STD and HIV (5 objectives)
  • Substance Abuse (4 objectives)
  • Tobacco Use (3 objectives)

ACHA-NCHA II – Spring 2010 (baseline)

  • ACHA-NCHA II – Spring 2010 (baseline)
  • ACHA CY 2010 Pap and STI Survey
  • Core Alcohol and Other Drug Survey
  • CDC National Immunization Survey

Identify “faculty/staff” objectives chosen from selected topic areas:

  • Identify “faculty/staff” objectives chosen from selected topic areas:
    • Significant committee input on topics for inclusion
    • Based on “3-4-50” principle
    • Maintain adherence to ability to assess through accessible data
    • Consideration of “developmental objectives”
    • Initial topic inclusion with idea of future additions (dynamic document)

Nutrition and Weight Status (10 objectives)

  • Nutrition and Weight Status (10 objectives)
  • Physical Activity/Fitness (3 objectives)
  • Stress Management (2 objectives)
  • Tobacco Use (3 objectives)
  • Miscellaneous (3 objectives)
  • Sources for Data:
  • Healthy People 2020
    • National Health Information Survey
    • National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
    • Quality of Worklife Module (potential source)

Healthy Campus 2020

  • Healthy Campus 2020
    • Connect, Collaborate, Create
    • MAP-IT

10 Worksheets:

  • 10 Worksheets:
  • M Potential Partners
  • M Organizing a Coalition
  • A Community Assets
  • A Prioritizing Issues
  • P Defining Terms
  • I Coalition Assessment
  • I Communication Plan
  • T Measuring Progress

Identification of a need for campus-wide approach

  • Identification of a need for campus-wide approach
    • This can come various ways
      • President with a soft spot
      • Campus tragedy
      • Decision it is the right thing to do
  • Higher level support and acknowledgement
  • Build a Coalition
    • “Health” is everyone’s responsibility… NOT just Student Health Services
  • Big decisions
    • students, faculty, and staff OR only students
    • All students OR just students on main campus (no med, professional, etc)
    • Organized by task OR topic

Trends in SHC utilization

  • Trends in SHC utilization
  • ACHA-NCHA
  • CORE data
  • Student Affairs data with health items
  • EHR data
  • Student feedback
  • Student focus groups
  • Feedback from student affairs, faculty, and schools through multiple venues (i.e. key informant interviews)

This can be done various ways:

  • This can be done various ways:
  • Gap analysis between national data and your campus data
  • Academic Impediments
  • Not gold standard but often used: campus hot button issues

Charge: Develop a framework that combines an evidence-based public health approach with innovative strategies for engagement to address your target audience and topics

  • Charge: Develop a framework that combines an evidence-based public health approach with innovative strategies for engagement to address your target audience and topics
    • Deliverables
    • Policies
    • Prevention/Services website
      • Inventory of available services
      • One stop shop
    • Health brand

Executive Summary

  • Executive Summary
  • Letter from President Sexton
  • Introduction & Overarching Strategy
  • Priority Areas
    • Rationale
    • Key Facts
    • Indicators
    • Recommendations
  • To read the full document, go to: www.nyu.edu/live-well-nyu

Partner Support

  • Partner Support
  • Branding
  • Funding Opportunities

Stakeholders’ perceptions of what defines “healthy”

  • Stakeholders’ perceptions of what defines “healthy”
    • More than physical activity and runny noses
  • How to frame goals to stakeholders –not about the SHS but ENTIRE campus
  • Where to get started
  • People like to brainstorm, not talk about indicators and evaluate evidence-base solutions
  • Implementation of actions
    • Prioritizing ideas
    • Who is going to do the work
  • Organizational Structure

  • New Member Call
  • February 14th at 2pm ET
  • Organizational Structure Call
  • February 27th at 3pm ET
  • *Additional details forthcoming
  • Communication Subcommittee: develops various means of communication for the Coalition, including a newsletter, LinkedIn and other social media.
  • Assessment Subcommittee: assesses utilization and impact of Healthy Campus 2020; yearly updating data for the 2020 Objectives
  • Continuing Education Subcommittee :identifies educational needs and wants and coordinates educational opportunities including webinars, presentations, and web-based resources.
  • Engagement Subcommittee: collaborates with higher education organizations and institutions to exchange knowledge and resources regarding Healthy Campus; working to develop a national Healthy Campus designation and recognition.

Join ACHA Healthy Campus 2020 Linkedin Group

  • Join ACHA Healthy Campus 2020 Linkedin Group
    • http://www.linkedin.com/groups/ACHA-Healthy-Campus-2020-4456156/about
  • Join Coalition
    • email healthycampus2020@acha.org
  • Michelle M. Burcin
  • Chair, Healthy Campus Coalition
  • michelle.burcin@gmail.com
  • 803.361.7234
  • Allison J. Smith
  • Vice Chair, Healthy Campus Coalition
  • allison.smith@nyu.edu
  • 212.443.1036
  • CE post test and payment information can be found in the Online Continuing Education opportunities portion of the ACHA website (www.acha.org)
  • The CE web link will also be emailed to all registered webinar participants within 24 hours


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