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In 2011, Dr Rochelle Eime was appointed VicHealth’s Research Practice Fellow over 4 years (2011-2015) …

In 2011, Dr Rochelle Eime was appointed VicHealth’s Research Practice Fellow over 4 years (2011-2015)

Partnership between VicHealth, Sport and Recreation Victoria, vicsport, University of Ballarat and Victoria University commenced in late 2011.

This presentation provides an update on recent activities including the development of Sport and Recreation Spatial ICT system
Available FREE to all levels of sporting industry
Display of statistical data pertinent to sport and recreation
Providing objective evidence to enable effective planning for sport and recreation
Research tool to investigate strategic questions relating to sport management and development (trends, determinants, etc.)
Research tool to investigate the ‘value of sport’ in terms of health benefits of participation

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  • 1. Growing sport participationin VictoriaSue McGill, Manager Healthy EnvironmentsVictorian Health Promotion FoundationDr Rochelle Eime, Research Practice Fellow – Physical ActivityUniversity of Ballarat & Victoria University
  • 2. Overview• Welcome and Introductions• VicHealth’s research model• VicHealth’s Research Practice Fellow – Physical Activity• What is a sports growth plan?• Benefits to sport• Spatial mapping• Next steps
  • 3. VicHealth’s Research Model• VicHealth has a tradition in public health research and the promotion of evidence-based interventions to promote the health and wellbeing of the Victorian community.• VicHealth is committed to funding research activity that produces results which can be used to influence policy and practice.• Working with knowledge involves more than ‘discovery’. It involves managing the production, synthesis, evaluation and translation/transfer of intellectual capital for public benefit.
  • 4. VicHealth Research Model
  • 5. Research Practice Fellow –Physical Activity• In 2011, Dr Rochelle Eime was appointed VicHealth’s Research Practice Fellow over 4 years (2011-2015)• Partnership between VicHealth, Sport and Recreation Victoria, vicsport, University of Ballarat and Victoria University.• In partnership with selected State Sporting Associations develop ‘sports growth plans’ to help increase sports participation.• Growth plans will provide robust analysis identifying sports systems and participation gaps and will include women, CALD, Indigenous Australians and people with a disability.
  • 6. Research expertise• My research expertise in ‘Health through Sport’ – Trends and determinants of participation – ‘Value of Sport’: mental, social and physical health benefits of participation – Capacity of sport to deliver health promotion• Industry based research
  • 7. Sport- Health Nexus Population Health National Pride Source- Talent Pool Driver- Role ModelPopulation Physical Activity High Performance
  • 8. Why the research practice fellowship?• Information and data- synthesise, analyse• Understand participation TO increase participation – Play your sport, membership – Health Participation rate Physical Activity Sport Club- based PA 2010 (ERASS) (PA) Total 82% 49% 26% Regular (3/wk) 48% 12% 6%– Knowledge production, analysis, synthesis and translation TO inform your policy and program development – Development of Sport Growth Plans
  • 9. A key outcome- Development of sportgrowth plans• Key components 1. Trends and determinants of participation 2. Value of sport- mental and social health benefits 3. Facilities and participation nexus 4. Population growth and relationship to participation trends and facilities• Methods A. Robust analysis and spatial display of statistical data • ERASS, ABS, membership databases • General data analysis and sport specific data analysis- selected SSAs B. Reviews of literature C. Individual study results
  • 10. 1. Trends and determinants ofparticipation• General data analysis (ERASS, ASC children’s) – What are the trends and determinants of participation? • Types, contexts and frequency • Gender, age • SES, Accessibility/Remoteness Index of Aust. • Geographical• Other study data – Adolescent girls, cost of sport, CALD, Disability, Indigenous, drop-out• Sport specific data analysis – selected SSAs – ERASS, membership databases
  • 11. 2. Value of sport- mental and socialhealth benefits• General data analysis (ABS- multiple household survey, national health survey, ERASS) – What is the contribution of sport to meeting the PA recommendations? – What is the association between sport participation and various health outcomes?• Other study data – Adolescent girls, reviews, sport and social connectedness, potential longitudinal study
  • 12. 3. Facility and participation nexus• Sport specific data analysis (ERASS, Vic Facility data, SSA membership data) – What is the nexus between participation and facilities?
  • 13. 4. Population growth and participation• Sport specific data analysis (ERASS, Vic Facility data, SSA membership data, population growth data) – How to accommodate growing population in sport through facility development?
  • 14. What does a Growth Plan look like?• Up to us to decide• Translation of information to inform program and policy – A key output Sport and Recreation Spatial• What are the key questions that you would like answered relating to: – Participation trends and determinants – Value of Sport- health benefits – Facility and participation nexus
  • 15. Sport and Recreation Spatial• Development of Sport and Recreation Spatial ICT system• Available FREE to all levels of sporting industry• Display of statistical data pertinent to sport and recreation• Providing objective evidence to enable effective planning for sport and recreation• Research tool to investigate strategic questions relating to sport management and development (trends, determinants, etc.)• Research tool to investigate the ‘value of sport’ in terms of health benefits of participation
  • 16. • Core team: – Me- Project Manager – Dr Jack Harvey- Senior statistician – Dr Neroli Sawyer- Statistician – Dr Helen Thompson, Paul Feely- Developer of ICT Spatial Mapping Tool – Prof Warren Payne- Fellowship mentor• Funding: – Financial and in-kind support from: • Aust. Sports Commission • VicHealth • Sport and Recreation Victoria • VicSport • University of Ballarat • Victoria University
  • 17. Privacy• Privacy – Both public domain & private data – Data provider rights • Data providers stipulate who can access maps based on their data – Data security and access controls • Project team has experience with multi-provider mapping systems
  • 18. Use of data• How will we use SSA data? – Geographical display • e.g. Number of members x Age category x Postcode or LGA – Combine with other data sources for planning and advocating • Population (x Age x Gender) • Participation (ERASS) • Population health (NHS) • Access (Facilities)
  • 19. Sport and Recreation Spatial website• Disclaimer: The Sport and Recreation Spatial system is currently a prototype under development. The numerical values and map shadings displayed in this document are for purposes of demonstration of planned options and capabilities only, and may not be accurate.• http://tism.cecc.com.au/clients/sports_spatial _2/
  • 20. User control options• Select data source• Select geographical level (Postcode, LGA, SA4, state)• Select sport (or all sports)• Select category (depending on data source. ERASS: Age or Gender or all)• Select year (depending on data source. ERASS: 2001-2010)• View selected year or change since previous year• Zoom (Australia -> down)• Limit to state (i.e. mask out surrounding states)• Change base map layer• Change sampling error mask setting – The accuracy of estimates based on data from sample surveys such as ERASS depends on the size of the sample in a given geographical area. The Sport and Recreation Spatial system will include guidance as to the accuracy of maps displayed.
  • 21. All sports by LGA- Participation rate(ERASS)
  • 22. Change from previous year
  • 23. All sports by postcode- participationrate (ERASS)
  • 24. Change from previous year
  • 25. ERASS individual sports- Accuracyfilter activated
  • 26. Geographical details (State, LGA, SA4,Postcode)
  • 27. Netball by postcode- SSA
  • 28. Limit display to geographical region
  • 29. Do you want to be involved?• What you will receive: • Provision of tailored information and tools to develop participation, specific to your sport• What is not in scope: – Implementing policy or program – Developing or modifying products/programs• What we will require from you: – Preparedness of sport to engage for the life of this project – CEO commitment – Provision of a single point of contact – Timely communication and decision making – Timely access to membership data
  • 30. Where to from here?• Decide your SSAs involvement• Meet in 1 month as a group to discuss – Key questions – Output of Growth Plans