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    • The National Initiative to Improve Adolescent Health by the Year 2010 Extras: Artwork & Slides
    • Contents
      • Instructions for use
      • Logos and cover art
      • Four color images
      • Blue images
      • Partner slides
      • Logic Model slides
      • Questions? Contacts
    • Instructions for Use
      • Customize freely, but always note if you have adapted presentation
      • Only use images for PowerPoint (usage rights issue)
      • To keep proportion, scale all artwork -- don’t drag edges
      • Blue images are very low resolution
        • Won’t look good when too large
        • Too many images creates large PowerPoint file size
    • Logo & Cover Art
    • Four Color Images
    • Blue Images
    • Blue Images (continued)
    • Blue Images (continued)
    • Core Partners - Academic
      • State Adolescent Health Resource Center, Konopka Institute, University of Minnesota (SAHRC)
      • National Adolescent Health Information Center and The Public Policy Analysis & Education Center for Middle Childhood, Adolescent &Young Adult Health, UCSF (NAHIC & Policy Center)
      • Training and Technical Assistance Centers for Mental Health in Schools
        • University of California, Los Angeles
        • University of Maryland School of Medicine
    • Core Partners - Academic (continued)
      • Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH)
        • Baylor College of Medicine
        • Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School
        • Indiana University Medical Center
        • University of Alabama at Birmingham
        • University of California,San Francisco, School of Medicine
        • University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
        • University of Rochester, School of Medicine
    • Core Partners - Nt’l Orgs (continued)
      • American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
      • State Adolescent Health Coordinators Network (SAHCN)
      • Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP)
      • Partners in Program Planning for Adolescent Health (PIPPAH)
        • American Medical Association
        • American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
        • American Bar Association
        • American College of Preventive Medicine
        • American Dietetic Association
        • American Nurses Association
        • American School Health Association
        • National Association of Social Workers
    • Core Partners - Nt’l Orgs (continued)
      • National Assembly on School-Based Health Care
      • National MCH Center for Child Death Review
      • Children's Safety Network, National Injury and Violence Prevention Resource Center, Education Development Center
    • National Initiative Logic Model
      • This logic model serves as a “road map,” showing the vision of how different players can help achieve the National Initiative’s goals.
      Activities Outcomes Goals
    • Logic Model
      • Develop communications activities that promote awareness
      • Identify, mobilize, and coordinate funding, as well as human and other resources.
      • Develop national, state, and community public/private partnerships
      • Develop tailored resources, including toolkits, research analyses, research and policy syntheses, and best practices documents, and disseminate them
      • Provide technical assistance and training to partners to assure organizational and professional competency
      Activities Outcomes Goals
    • Logic Model
      • Increased awareness, knowledge, and understanding of adolescent and young adult health issues, including disparities, by key stakeholders
      • Enhanced individual competencies of professionals
      • Increased institutional capacities and improved systems responsiveness
      • Increased number of actively engaged public/private partnerships at national, state, and community levels
      • Enhanced commitment of resources at national, state, and community levels
      Activities Outcomes Goals
    • Logic Model
      • Elevate national, state, and community focus and commitment to the health, safety, and well-being of adolescents, young adults and their families
      • Increase access to quality health care, including comprehensive general health, oral health, mental health, and substance abuse prevention and treatment services
      • Improve health and safety outcomes in areas defined by the 21 Critical Objectives
      • Eliminate health disparities among adolescents and young adults, and for these age groups compared to other age groups
      Activities Outcomes Goals
    • Questions? Contacts:
      • PowerPoint and Materials: Glynis Shea 612-624-3772 [email_address]
      • 2010 Guide and Data: Jane Park 415-502-2809 [email_address]