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					Individual Focus Programs at
Cal Poly Pomona

    •21st Birthday Card
    •Brief Alcohol Screening and
       Intervention for College Students                (BASICS)
       •Check Up to GO (CHUG)
       •Study Well Health Assessment
    •Alcohol Response-Ability
    •Social Norms Campaign


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 National college health goals and objectives
A guide to determine priority health issues for your campus
       A “successful health promotion investment“
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Healthy People 2010 & Healthy Campus 2010

National Health Objective
 7-3b2.     Increase the proportion of college students who received
            information from their college about alcohol and other drug
            use prevention.

 Targets:
     National     DNC             College      55%          Our Campus   55%

 Baselines:
     National     DNC             College      47.5%        Our Campus   36%

 Target setting method:
 National: Not applicable
 College: Better than the best. 16% improvement
 Our Campus: Better than the best. 53% improvement
 Data sources:
 National: Not applicable
 College: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2000
 Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2000
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Healthy People 2010 & Healthy Campus 2010

National Health Objective
 26-11b. Reduce the proportion of college students engaging in binge
         drinking of alcoholic beverages.
 Targets:
   National    NA             College      16%         Our Campus   15%
 Baselines:
   National     NA            College       37%        Our Campus   23%
 Target setting method:
 National: Not applicable
 College: 49% improvement
 Our Campus: 35% improvement
 Data sources:
 National: Not applicable
 College: Monitoring the Future Study, NIH, NIDA, NCHA
 Our Campus: National College Health Assessment (NCHA)

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9-Year Trend at Cal Poly Pomona
High Risk Drinking in Past 2-Weeks

50%                                                 Healthy People 2010
                                                  National College Baseline

40%


30%                                               26.2%
                                                                    24.1%
                      19.7%                                 23.0%
                               20.7%    19.5%

20%   14.6%                                                         23.6%
              13.5%
                                        22.0%
                                                                            17.5%
10%                   17.0%
                  Blue: 8 Health Risk Appraisal data
                  Brown: 3 Core (’94, ’96, ‘01) & 1 NCHA (’00) data
0%                Green: Healthy People 2010 Objective at 20%
      92/93   93/94   94/95    95/96    96/97     97/98    98/99    99/00   00/01


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21st Birthday Card




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21st Birthday Card




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21st Birthday Card




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21st Birthday Card




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21st Birthday Drinking
                 9                                                                8.7
                                                                7.9
                 8
                                                                                        7.0
                 7
Average Drinks




                                           6.3
                 6
                                                                       5.1
                 5
                 4     3.3                       3.4
                 3
                             2.1
                 2
                 1
                 0
                     Received SHS         No Card          Expected to Drink    Perception of
                     Birthday Card     Sent/Received                            Others Drinks
                                         Males         Females

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So Cal Auto Club
Drinking & Driving Prevention Award




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Brief Alcohol Screening and
Intervention



    Check Up to Go (CHUG)




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Check Up to Go (CHUG)
“No Touch” Feedback Interventions


•   Quantity and Frequency                • Additional Topics
•   BAC                                        • Drove/rode with
                                                 intoxicated?
•   Population comparisons
                                               • Smoker?
•   Topics                                     • Norm estimates, correct
    • Amount and percent of                      percentages
      income spent on alcohol                  • Explanation, advice,
    • Tolerance level                            referral information
    • Consequences                             • Other novel information &
    • Family risk score                          comparisons
                                                    • e.g., cheeseburgers &
                                                      Camaros

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CHUG Results

                        130
                        120   117.7
Mean Drinks per Month




                        110
                                                                                       Education +
                              111.9
                        100                                               90.4         Feedback
                         90
                                                                                       Feedback
                         80   86.8                                        85.3         Only

                         70                                                            Control
                         60
                         50
                                                                          52.5
                         40
                          PRE                                           6 WEEK POST
                                                  Period
                                                                Source: Walters, Bennett & Miller (2000)
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Check Up to Go (CHUG)




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Check Up to Go (CHUG)




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Check Up to Go (CHUG)




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Check Up to Go (CHUG)




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Brief Health Screening and
Intervention



     Study Well Health Assessment

     Part of a comprehensive health program
     • based on Healthy Campus priority health issues
     • related to the University mission to enhance
             teaching and learning




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Study Well Health Assessment
“Low Touch” Feedback Interventions


•   Body weight                         • Health impediments to
•   Health status                         learning
                                             • Stress
•   Alcohol use
                                             • Sleep difficulties
•   Responsible sex
                                             • Relationship difficulties
•   Exercise                            •   Access to health care
•   Nutrition                           •   Smoking
•   Depression                          •   Demographics
•   Blood pressure                      •   Readiness to change
                                             • For “Tailored feedback”

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Study Well Health Assessment




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Study Well Health Assessment




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Study Well Health Assessment




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Study Well Health Assessment




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Study Well Health Assessment

Executive Summary
Sorority
 Use of Alcohol
 Most frequent XYZ answer: 0, 1, 2, or 3
 This indicates that the majority of women drink three or
 less drinks when they party, however, in comparison to
 other students, XYZ women drink are approximately
 three times more likely to drink 4 or more drinks the last
 time they partied or socialized.



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Study Well Health Assessment

Executive Summary
MHR Class
 Use of Alcohol
 Most frequent MHR 324 answer: 0 drinks for women
 (41%) and 0 drinks for men (31%)
 This indicates that the majority (76% of women, 77% of
 men) of MHR 324 students drank moderately or not at
 the last time they partied. This is the same as the 77%
 of Cal Poly Pomona students and much better than the
 61% of college students nationally. Five students drank
 at harmful / high-risk levels of five to eight drinks the
 last time the partied or socialized.
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Study Well Health Assessment

Executive Summary
Summer Bridge




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Study Well Health Assessment

Executive Summary
McNair Scholars

                            0




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Study Well Health Assessment

Individual Report




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Personal Health Interests

• First Choice
  • 77% - exercise more
  • 12% - eat better
  • 6% - manage stress better
• Second Choice
  • 46% - eat better
  • 15% - exercise more
  • 15% - sleep better

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What Next?

• Priority Health Areas
  •1
  •2
  •3
• How to accomplish improvement
  • Group?
  • Individually?


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Social Norms Campaign



              Reach
              Perceptions
              Behavior



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Received Information on
Alcohol Use Prevention

                                            ever while at Cal Poly
                                                  Pomona

       6.5%                                              19%
                                           CSU Customer Satisfaction Survey,
    in the past year                                    2001

                                              ever while at CPP &
 CSU Customer Satisfaction Survey,
              2001
                                               their universities

                                               37% & 48%
                                                  National College Health
                                                    Assessment, 2000
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It’s OK Not to Drink Social Norms Campaign
Implementation Measures

                                                                  Percent
Messages and Norms
                                                                   Recall
Single Pieces of Materials
  It’s OK Not to Drink Pin                                         59%
  Pin pinned to social norms 4” x 5” card                          33%
  Parking permit with “It’s OK Not to Drink”                       75%
  SHS Card with social norm in mailed registration packet          54%
  Tram banners                                                     46%
Combinations of Materials
  Pin and Permit                                                   49%
  Pine and card, card with registration and tram banner            16%
  All five                                                         13%

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It’s OK Not to Drink Social Norms Campaign
Changes in Perception

                    Criteria                          94/95     95/96     96/97     97/98     98/99

Perceived drinks per week without                      5.2        4.2       4.8       4.5       5.4
information prior to assessment

Perceived drinks per week with “fact”                             1.6       2.0
immediately prior to assessment *

Perceived drinks per week with consistent                                                       3.6
availability of “facts” **


* Prior to being given a health risk appraisal that students were informed by a written statement
on classroom chalk boards that “72% of Cal Poly Pomona students drink 0 or 1 alcoholic drinks per
week.”
** “Facts” about Cal Poly student drug use is available consistently for athletes to view on bulletin
boards in Kellogg Gym coaches' offices and the athletic training room.

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It’s OK Not to Drink Social Norms Campaign
Changes in Behavior

                       How messages helped drinking behav ior

                                                                               Cumulative
                                        Frequency   Percent    Valid Percent    Percent
Valid     Drink less                           56       15.2           35.0          35.0
          Drink more but still
                                               8         2.2             5.0         40.0
          moderately
          Drink about the same / no
                                              93       25.3             58.1         98.1
          differently
          Drink more                           3         .8              1.9        100.0
          Total                              160       43.5            100.0
Missing   Not answered                        47       12.8
          Not applicable, don't drink        161       43.8
          Total                              208       56.5
Total                                        368      100.0



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Information Receipt and
Health Impediments to Learning

     National College Health Assessment (Question 44) - Cal Poly Pomona - Spring 2000 (N = 939)
                      CSU Customer Satisfaction Survey - Spring 2001 (N = 841)

                                                                      % Had                Received
          Health Impediments to Learning                            Academic               Preventive
                                                                   Consequence            Information
1                                          Cold/flu/sore throat         22.0%                 13.5%
2               Concern for troubled friend or family member            17.3%                  8.0%
3                                                       Stress          30.0%                  7.1%
4                                              Alcohol abuse             4.6%                  6.5%
5                Sinus or ear infection/bronchitis/strep throat          4.7%                  5.8%
6                                        Relationship difficulty        16.6%                  3.2%
7    Depression/Anxiety Disorder/Seasonal Affective Disorder            10.5%                  2.9%
8                                            Sleep difficulties         19.6%                  1.3%
9                           Death of family member or friend             8.4%                  1.0%
10                              Internet use/computer games             10.3%
11                                                    Allergies          5.0%
     * Received information on AOD Use Prevention in Last Year. CSU Customer Satisfaction Survey, 2001


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Information Receipt and
Health Impediments to Learning

        National College Health Assessment (Question 44) - Cal Poly Pomona - Spring 2000 (N = 939)
                         CSU Customer Satisfaction Survey - Spring 2001 (N = 841)

                                                                         % Had                Received
             Health Impediments to Learning                            Academic               Preventive
                                                                      Consequence            Information
 1                                                         Stress           30.0%                 7.1%
 2                                            Cold/flu/sore throat          22.0%                13.5%
 3                                              Sleep difficulties          19.6%                 1.3%
 4                 Concern for troubled friend or family member             17.3%                 8.0%
 5                                          Relationship difficulty         16.6%                 3.2%
 6      Depression/Anxiety Disorder/Seasonal Affective Disorder             10.5%                 2.9%
 7                                 Internet use/computer games              10.3%
 8                             Death of family member or friend              8.4%                    1.0%
 9                                                       Allergies           5.0%
10                  Sinus or ear infection/bronchitis/strep throat           4.7%                    5.8%
11                                                Alcohol abuse              4.6%                    6.5%
     * Received information on AOD Use Prevention in Last Year. CSU Customer Satisfaction Survey, 2001


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Individual Focus Programs at
Cal Poly Pomona

    •21st Birthday Card
    •Brief Alcohol Screening and
       Intervention for College Students                (BASICS)
       •Check Up to GO (CHUG)
       •Study Well Health Assessment
    •Alcohol Response-Ability
    •Social Norms Campaign


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 National college health goals and objectives
A guide to determine priority health issues for your campus
       A “successful health promotion investment“
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Keep It In Perspective

• Access to health care                • Health reasons for
  • Percent with insurance               low grades
     • All people in US: 83%                • Stress
     • College students: 83%                     • College students: 29%
     • CPP students: 65%                         • CPP students: 30%
• Mental health                             • Sleep difficulties
  • Attempted Suicide                            • College students: 21%
     • College students: 1.5%                    • CPP students: 20%
     • CPP students: 2.8%                   • Relationship difficulties
                                                 • College students: 15%
                                                 • CPP students: 17%

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