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									Mid-Atlantic College Health Association
       Lancaster, Pennsylvania
             October 2004




              Healthy Campus 2010         1
  Healthy Campus 2010:
  Putting Concepts into
         Practice
 National Health Objectives in Higher Education
      Task Force members and presenters

Alan J. Barnes, MDCM – University of Florida
Karen A. Gordon, MPH –The College of New Jersey

Sandra Samuels, MD-Rutgers University/Newark
Lynne Logatto, FNP- Rutgers University/Newark

Beth Poore-Bowman, FNP-Longwood University, Va.
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Blueprints for Healthier Educational
 Experiences in Higher Education




             Healthy Campus 2010       3
 Putting Concepts into Practice:
             Outline
Describe the linkages-              Develop data-based
 Healthy People 2010 &                objectives with
 Healthy Campus 2010                  measurable outcomes
                                    Access and use data
                                      sources and national
Outline- what to assess,
                                      standards
 how to use Healthy
 Campus 2010 to
 develop strategies and             Illustrate concepts and
 interventions                         practices


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Health Campus 2010:
 Healthy People 2010
             A basis for:
             Defining health priorities of
               students, faculty and staff

             Curriculum guides for degree-
               oriented or continuing
               education programs

             Planning tool for development of
                services, facilities and funding

             Fostering campus/ community
               partnerships




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What is Healthy Campus 2010?
• A document based on a national plan

• A program and planning guide

• A collaborative process

• A systematic approach

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      What are Healthy People 2010 and
           Healthy Campus 2010?

• Healthy People 2010
A national effort and prevention “blueprint” with two goals, 467 health
   objectives and ten leading health indicators to improve the health of all
   individuals and communities.
                                 Two National Goals:
                    Increase quality and years of healthy life
                          Eliminate health disparities


• Healthy Campus 2010                An adaptation of the HP2010 that
   addresses higher education communities. The 178 health objectives
   selected are relevant for student populations and people working in campus
   settings.

Goals for Higher Education:

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         Healthy People 2010 –
                 A Brief History
1979 – Healthy People: The Surgeon General’s
   Report on Health Promotion and Disease
   Prevention

1980 – Promoting Health/Preventing Disease:
   Objectives for the Nation 226 targeted health
   objectives for the decade, 1980 to 1990.

1987 – The 1990 Health Objectives for the Nation:
   A Mid-course Review Half of objectives likely to
   be achieved, problems and disparities persist
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          Healthy People 2010 –
                    A Brief History
1990 – HealthyPeople 2000: National Health
     Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives


2000 – Healthy People 2010:Understanding and
     Improving Health Objectives for Improving
     Health 3 goals, 4 domains, 22 health priority areas, 319
     objectives


Tracking Healthy People 2010
     2 goals, 10 leading health indicators, 28 focus areas, 467
     objectives

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           Healthy People 2010
                 Key Elements
1. Goals
   Provide general
   focus and direction
2. Objectives

     Specify desired
   measurable changes
3. Determinants of
   Health
4. Health Status

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A Systematic Approach to Health Improvement




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            Health Status:
     I. Leading Causes of Death
A. Overall – 1999                     A.    15 to 24 - 1999
1.  Heart Disease                     1.  Unintentional Injury
2.  Malignant Neoplasm                2.  Homicide
3.  Cerebrovascular                   3.  Suicide
4.  Chronic Respiratory               4.  Malignant Neoplasm
5.  Unintentional Injury              5.  Heart Disease
6.  Diabetes                          6.  Congenital Anomalies
7.  Pneumonia/Influenza               7.  Chronic Respiratory
8.  Alzheimer’s                       8.  HIV
9.  Nephritis                         9.  Cerebrovascular
10. Septicemia                        10. Pneumonia/Influenza


                      National Center for Health
                              Statistics
           Health Status:
II. Leading Causes of Death - 2000
1.   Tobacco use                            435,000
2.   Poor diet and physical inactivity      400,000
3.   Alcohol Consumption                     85,000
4.   Microbial Agents                        75,000
5.   Toxic Agents                            55,000
6.   Motor vehicle accidents                 43,000
7.   Firearm use                             29,000
8.   Sexual behavior                         20,000
9.   Illicit drug use                        17,000


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        Why Healthy Campus 2010?
     What influences student educational
      experience and campus health?
List four situations, problems, or events that influence
  a student’s campus experience, academic
  participation or ability to stay in school.
1.
2.
3.
4.


Action Step 1: Check which relate to HP2010 goals,
leading health indicators or focus areas?

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    Leading Health Indicators
         Ten Major Public Health Issues
1. Physical activity         6. Mental health
2. Overweight and            7. Injury and violence
   obesity                   8. Environmental
3. Tobacco use                   quality
4. Substance abuse           9. Immunization
5. Responsible sexual        10. Access to health
   behavior                      care



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               From Healthy People 2010
                to Healthy Campus 2010
                        28 Focus Areas
1.   Access to Quality Health          8. Environmental Health
     Services (16/6/1)*                     (30/8/0)

2.   Arthritis, Osteoporosis &         9. Family Planning (13/6/5)
     Chronic Back                      10. Food Safety (7/3/0)
     Conditions (11/0/0)
                                       11. Health Communication
3.   Cancer (15/3/2)                        (6/3/0)

4.   Chronic Kidney Disease            12. Heart Disease &
     (8/0/0)
                                           Stroke (16/6/2)
5.   Diabetes (17/4/3)
                                       13. HIV (17/4/3)
6.   Disability & Secondary
     Conditions (13/2/1)               14. Injury and Violence
7.   Educational &                         Prevention (39/20/13)
     Community-Based
     Programs (12/5/1) *(HP/HC/Baseline Data)
                From Healthy People 2010
                 to Healthy Campus 2010
                      28 Focus Areas
15. Maternal, Infant, &             21. Oral Health (17/3/1)
    Child Health (23/3/0)           22. Physical Activity &
16. Immunization &                      Fitness (15/11/3)
    Infectious Diseases             23. Public Health
    (31/8/1)                            Infrastructure (17/11/0)
17. Medical Product                 24. Respiratory Diseases
    Safety (6/6/0)                         (17/4/1)

18. Mental Health &                 25. Sexually Transmitted
    Mental Disorders (14/6/2)           Diseases (19/9/6)
                                    26. Substance Abuse
19. Nutrition & Overweight                 (25/17/5)
    (18/15/4)
                                    27. Tobacco Use (21/8/1)
20. Occupational Safety &           28. Vision and Hearing
    Health (11/6/0)                        (18/3/0)

                        *(HP/HC/Baseline Data)
 Why Healthy Campus 2010 ?
The Campus as a                  The Students
   Community                          2/3 of high school
  Students, Faculty, Staff               graduates
  Residences                          More than 15 million
  Health Care Facilities                 students
  Recreational and                    Annual turnover
     Cultural Facilities              Lives in transition
  Social Centers                      Future leaders,
  Employers                              policymakers, role
                                         models
  Research and
     Production Facilities            International students

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                What do you Have?
           Student’s Campus Experience:
                 Assets Inventory
Action Step2:                      Action Step 3:
Individual assets                  Organizational
• How do YOU influence or          assets
   affect students’                • How does your
   educational experience?           office, department or
List two ways:
                                     service contribute to a
                                     healthy educational
• What professional skills,          experience or campus
   talents or resources to do        environment?
   you contribute to a             List two contributions:
   student’s educational
   experience?
List two skills:
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       Develop Campus-Specific Goals
               and Objectives
1.   Review mission in the
     institution
2.   Review objectives in
     Healthy Campus 2010
3.   Select focus areas and
     objectives relevant to
     your campus
4.   Conduct needs
     assessment for target
     populations; use valid
     data sources
5.   Connect objectives with
     priority campus health
     problems, institutional
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     mission
             From Healthy People 2010
              to Healthy Campus 2010
• Review selected Objectives from
Healthy Campus 2010
• Identify which health risk areas and objectives
  are relevant to your campus, because of…
  –   Student academic performance
  –   Campus atmosphere
  –   Image of school
  –   Safety concerns
  –   Patterns of use for health services
  –   Insurance claims


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 Examples of HP2010 Objectives for
        Higher Education
• 7-3b2. Increase the proportion of college
  students who have received information on
  alcohol and other drug use prevention.
  – Baseline 47.5%, 2010 Target 55%

• 26-11b. Reduce the proportion of college
  students engage in episodic high risk (binge)
  drinking of alcoholic beverages in the past two
  weeks.
  – Baseline 39%, 2010 Target 20%

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           From Healthy People 2010
            to Healthy Campus 2010
         Assessing Relevance and Priority
Example:
HP2010 Focus Area 1 Access to Quality Health Services
Goal: Improve access to comprehensive, high-quality health
  care services

Objective-Clinical Preventive Care
1-1:Increase the proportion of persons (and college
  students) with health insurance.
-Primary Care
1-4: Increase the proportion of persons )and college
  students) who have a specific source of ongoing care 1-
  4c: adults aged 18 years and older

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   Identify target population for each
           objective: Students
       What data do you have?
1. Gender                   6. Ethnicity
2. Age                      7. Race
3. School Status:           8. Religion
     Undergraduate/         9. Fraternities/
     Graduate                    Sororities
4. Academic Program
                            10. Athletes
5. Housing:
     On campus/Off          11. High Risk
     campus

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 Healthy Campus 2010: Priorities
1. Social and emotional          7. Alcohol and other
     health                          drugs
2.   Coping with stress          8. Tobacco
3.   Psychological               9. Health services cost
     relationship to food        10. Insurance availability
4.   Sexual health               11. Institutional links
5.   Nutrition
6.   Unintentional and
     Intentional Injury

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         From Healthy People 2010
          to Healthy Campus 2010
Sample objectives: 1-1,1-4, 7-3, 26-11b, 27 1/2
Action Step 4: How do they apply to your
 campus?
For whom is… 7.3 a priority?

For whom is…. 27 1/2 a priority?
• What data from your campus do you have
  to support or describe these objectives?
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         From Healthy People 2010
          to Healthy Campus 2010

Action Step 5:
Who is aware of health priorities?

What data from your campus do you have to
 support or describe these objectives?

Who is ready for action?

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           Establishing awareness,
             priorities and action
Action Step 6:
List and connect to identified health priorities
Existing structures: college council, student government,
    faculty senate, student life, health services, academic
              affairs, athletics, president’s office


  New structures: staff working committees, student
  organizations, student/faculty committee, special interest
  groups

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     Generate Campus Interest
         and Involvement
1.   Establish Healthy Campus 2010 Task Force
2.   Initiate future-oriented dialogue across
     departments
3.   Offer a course on National Health Objectives
4.   Recommend Healthy People 2010 as a
     textbook for a course
5.   Promote awareness of health priorities
     through news media
6.   Administer National College Health
     Assessment or other established instrument
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                   Summary
• Data needed?
• Conduct more detailed analyses; use health
  problems worksheet.
• Describe most important health problems to be
  addressed in the short term (this year) and long
  term (over the next two to five years.)
• Develop a working team or committee to address
  the problems selected.
• Identify goals and write health objectives that are
  relevant to your institution.
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   HP2010 Campus examples
• Longwood University-Rural campus
  – Tobacco
  – Sexual Assault

  Rutgers University/Newark-Urban campus
  -HP2010 as a basis for planning interventions




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                    Resources
     Office of Disease Prevention and Health
                Promotion & ACHA
U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services
Hubert H. Humphrey Building, Room 738G             American College Health
200 Independence Avenue, S.W.                      Association
Washington, DC 20201                               P.O. Box 28937
http://odphp.osophs.dhhs.gov
           Healthy People 2010                     Baltimore, MD 21240-8937
       www.health.gov/healthypeople                410-859-1500
www.cdc.gov/nchs/hphome.htm                        www.acha.org
                                                   Healthy Campus 2010
                                                   www.acha.org
WONDER provides a single point of
access to a wide variety of reports and
numeric public health data.
http://wonder.cdc.gov/

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               Your next steps….
•   Purchase a manual
•   Establish a health committee
•   Collect data
•   Assess influences
•   Determine available resources
•   Determine campus health
    priorities
•   Set objectives
•   Develop action plan
•   Implement
•   Measure your success




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