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					  BRIGHT FUTURES
FOR WOMEN’S HEALTH
   AND WELLNESS




 Physical Activity and Healthy
 Eating Guide for Adult Women


                                 1
            INTRODUCTION
Purpose of module:
   Explain how a patient and her health care
    provider use the Guide
   Explain the importance of different sections
    and questions in the Guide
   Introduce the Reaching My Goal Tip Sheets



                                          2
     PURPOSE OF THE GUIDE
To help adult women:
   Assess current behaviors
   Talk with their health care providers
   Set goals
   Learn physical activity and healthy eating
    information



                                            3
ROLE OF THE HEALTH CARE PROVIDER
      Review Getting Started answers
      Complete My Health Care Visit
      Make recommendations
      Assist with goal setting




                                        4
    GETTING STARTED, pp. 3–6
Goal: Gather information about patients’
current behaviors
Format: Questions
Roles:
   Patient fills out on her own
   Health care provider reviews answers



                                           5
GETTING STARTED, pp. 3–6


                                                                  Only 31% of
                                                                  adult women
                                                                   engage in
                                                                    regular,
                                                                   moderate
                                                                    physical
                                                                    activity.




  Source: CDC, National Health Interview Survey, Early Release 2003.


                                                                        6
GETTING STARTED, pp. 3–6


                   These answers
                    will help with
                      ideas for
                    incorporating
                   physical activity.




                               7
GETTING STARTED, pp. 3–6




                                                           72% of women report
                                                            eating less than five
                                                           servings of fruits and
                                                             vegetables daily.




   Source: CDC, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2004.

                                                                      8
GETTING STARTED, pp. 3–6




                                                                     These answers
                                                                      will help with
                                                                         ideas for
                                                                       overcoming
                                                                    barriers to healthy
                                                                          eating.



   Source: CDC, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2002.

                                                                          9
     TALKING WITH MY
HEALTH CARE PROVIDER, pp. 7–8
 Goal: Encourage and enhance the patient-
 provider dialogue
 Format: Tips, sample questions
 Roles: Patient reads on her own and prepares
 questions for her health care provider




                                      10
     TALKING WITH MY
HEALTH CARE PROVIDER, pp. 7–8


                      The Guide helps the
                      patient talk with her
                      health care provider
                        about physical
                      activity and healthy
                             eating.




                               11
MY HEALTH CARE VISIT, pp. 9–10
 Goal: Assess behaviors and make
 recommendations
 Format: Height, weight, BMI, and other
 measurements; recommendations
 Roles: Health care provider fills out
 measurements and makes recommendations




                                          12
MY HEALTH CARE VISIT, pp. 9–10



                        The health care
                      provider calculates
                       BMI and explains
                       what the patient’s
                         BMI means.




                                13
MY HEALTH CARE VISIT, pp. 9–10
                         The health care
                        provider reviews
                           the patient’s
                         answers to the
                         Getting Started
                          questions and
                             uses the
                            Counseling
                         Support Tool to
                              make
                       recommendations.




                             14
COUNSELING SUPPORT TOOL
Goal: Assists with making recommendations
based on patient answers in the Guide
Format: Questions and answers, Federal
guidelines, and general recommendations
Roles: Health care provider uses Tool to assess
patient behaviors and to make recommendations




                                      15
COUNSELING SUPPORT TOOL




                     16
COUNSELING SUPPORT TOOL (continued)




                             17
COUNSELING SUPPORT TOOL (continued)




                             18
SETTING MY GOALS, pp. 11–12
Goal: Assist patients in setting goals
Format: Charts
Roles: Patient fills out with guidance from her
health care provider
(See the module on goal setting for more information.)




                                              19
SETTING MY GOALS, pp. 11–12

                      The patient fills out
                       these charts with
                         help from her
                          health care
                           provider.


                       The sample goal
                       chart introduces
                          the different
                      elements involved
                        in goal setting.



                             20
WHAT I SHOULD KNOW, pp. 13–20
 Goal: Explain importance of physical activity
 and healthy eating and give information to help
 patients reach goals
 Format: Tips, charts
 Roles:
    Patient reviews this section on her own
    Health care provider refers to it when making
     recommendations
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WHAT I SHOULD KNOW, pp. 13–20
                        Pages 13–15
                      present benefits
                           of being
                      physically active
                      and tips to help
                       the patient add
                      physical activity
                       in her daily life.




                              22
WHAT I SHOULD KNOW, pp. 13–20

                         Pages 16–20
                             provide
                         information to
                        help the patient
                         make healthy
                        eating choices
                       and get a variety
                       of nutrients in her
                           daily eating
                            pattern.




                              23
HINTS FOR REACHING MY GOALS,
           pp. 21–22


                        Hints to help
                       the patient get
                          started on
                          improving
                           physical
                         activity and
                           healthy
                            eating.




                         24
BACK COVER

       Resources that the patient can
        go to for more information.




                            25
REACHING MY GOAL TIP SHEETS
 Goal: Expand on topics in the Guide to help
 patients reach their specific goals
 Format: 1-pagers with tips, testimonials,
 activities
 Roles:
    Health care provider “recommends” a Tip
     Sheet in My Health Care Visit
    Patient reviews on her own
                                         26
TIP SHEETS—PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
    Starting physical activity
    Starting a walking program
    Getting daily physical activity
    Physical activities for patients with disabilities




                                              27
TIP SHEETS—HEALTHY EATING
   Grocery shopping
   Understanding the food label
   Getting iron
   Getting calcium
   Eating out
   Reaching a healthy weight


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TIP SHEETS—HEALTHY EATING
   Grocery shopping
   Understanding the food label
   Getting iron
   Getting calcium
   Eating out
   Reaching a healthy weight


                                   29
TIP SHEETS
     Space for the patient to
          record goal


     Easy tips for reaching
            her goal


           Testimonial


             Activity




                                30
               SUMMARY
The health care provider can use the Guides
to help patients improve their physical and
healthy eating habits by:
   Reviewing Getting Started answers
   Completing My Health Care Visit
   Making recommendations
   Assisting with goal setting


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