Building Healthy Communities:     Where We Live, Learn, Work               and Play                September 12, 2012     ...
Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention    2
The Social Ecological Model (SEM)    Policy                             Healthy Policies    o Formal or informal    o Esse...
Maximizing Public Health Impact    Impact   Reach      Exposure                            Potency                     Foc...
Intervention Settings Early Care and Education Schools Community Worksites Healthcare5
Communities Putting Prevention to         Work In Wisconsin•   Two year initiative led by La    Crosse and Wood county hea...
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Maximizing Public Health Impact        50% healthy                                 Walk to school day       vending slots ...
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Who’s at the Table?        Public Health                             Recreation and Park        Schools                ...
Maintaining and Advancing the     Movement      The Importance of Infrastructure      Partners      Stable and Flexible...
Resources        NPAO Program Website            http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/health/p             hysicalactivity/index...
Thank you!     Susan Latton     Communities Program Coordinator     608) 266-5357     Susan.latton@wisconsin.gov     Mary ...
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2012 Dialogue Presentation by Susan Latton, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Program.

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Building Healthy Communities: Where We Live, Learn, Work and Play by Susan Latton

  1. 1. Building Healthy Communities: Where We Live, Learn, Work and Play September 12, 2012 Susan Latton Wisconsin Department of Health Services Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Program1
  2. 2. Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2
  3. 3. The Social Ecological Model (SEM) Policy Healthy Policies o Formal or informal o Essential public health service Healthy Environments Environment o Organizational o Community Healthy Behaviors Behavior o Individual o Interpersonal Healthy People Greatest Impact is When We Work Across all SEM Levels3
  4. 4. Maximizing Public Health Impact Impact Reach Exposure Potency Focus on changing things that affect… Many people With frequent exposure In a comprehensive way4 SOURCE: National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention Division of Population Health
  5. 5. Intervention Settings Early Care and Education Schools Community Worksites Healthcare5
  6. 6. Communities Putting Prevention to Work In Wisconsin• Two year initiative led by La Crosse and Wood county health departments, healthy community coalitions & partners• Goal: To make healthy choices the easy choice through policy, system, and environmental changes
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  11. 11. Maximizing Public Health Impact 50% healthy Walk to school day vending slots Limit unhealthy Walk to school year foods in cafeteria Whole school change Safe Routes to School Schools + healthy Safe Routes to School + corner stores Complete Streets11 SOURCE: National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention Division of Population Health
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  13. 13. Who’s at the Table?  Public Health  Recreation and Park  Schools Departments  YMCAs  State Health Departments  Non profit organizations  City Planners  Businesses  Redevelopment agencies  Hospitals  Transportation agencies  Elected officials  Faith based organizations  School superintendents  Philanthropic leaders  Mayors  Community leaders  Tribal leaders  Health Plans  Local aging centers/senior  Foundations centers  Many more…  Community-based organizations representing special populations13 ADAPTED FROM: National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention Division of Population Health
  14. 14. Maintaining and Advancing the Movement  The Importance of Infrastructure  Partners  Stable and Flexible Funding  CDC grants, UW Partnership Fund  Reducing Disparities  Communication & Media  Surveillance and Epidemiology  Evidence-based Strategies w/Impact14
  15. 15. Resources  NPAO Program Website  http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/health/p hysicalactivity/index.htm  Prevention Speaks  www.preventionspeaks.org  Health In Practice  www.healthinpractice.org  Transform Wisconsin  www.transformwi.com15
  16. 16. Thank you! Susan Latton Communities Program Coordinator 608) 266-5357 Susan.latton@wisconsin.gov Mary Pesik Program Coordinator/Unit Supervisor (608) 267-3694 Mary.pesik@wisconsin.gov Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Prevention Program16 Wisconsin Department of Health

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