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  1. 1. CDPHEColorado Health Promotion SurveyColorado Health Promotion Survey Fall 2010 Carsten Baumann EPE | Epidemiology, Planning, Evaluation | Branch Colorado Department of Public Health and  Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment 303.692.2556
  2. 2. Purpose of Survey Purpose of Survey• Not representative of the state Not representative of the state • Baseline data on students’ health‐related  knowledge, attitudes and behaviors knowledge attitudes and behaviors• Quasi‐experimental design:  CDPHE‐funded  implementation sites and comparison schools i l i i d i h l• Needed to determine changes in future Prevention Services Division2 EPE | Epidemiology, Planning,  Evaluation | Branch
  3. 3. Why It Is Important Why It Is Important• Funding: FDA ARRA CDC grants state Funding: FDA, ARRA, CDC grants, state  tobacco tax• Quality improvement Quality improvement• Planning• Building the knowledge base  Prevention Services Division3 EPE | Epidemiology, Planning,  Evaluation | Branch
  4. 4. Content of Survey Content of Survey• Demographics• Educational achievement & aspirations• Protective factors Protective factors• General health Policy Focused P li F d• Physical (in)activity• Nutrition• Tobacco Prevention Services Division4 EPE | Epidemiology, Planning,  Evaluation | Branch
  5. 5. Survey Implementation: Purposive Sample l• 30 high schools in random sample 30 high schools in random sample  – 15 high schools in CDPHE‐funded communities [10 participated] [10 participated] – 15 high schools in (non‐intervention) comparison  sites [12 participated] sites [12 participated]• 2 classrooms per grade• Maximum 7,200 students [4,112 completes] d• NOT designed to be representative Prevention Services Division5 EPE | Epidemiology, Planning,  Evaluation | Branch
  6. 6. Survey Implementation: Recruitment• University staff contact schools University staff contact schools• Assurances of confidentiality• Financial compensation i i l i• School‐building data report upon completion• Coordination with Tri‐County Health Dept Coordination with Tri County Health Dept Prevention Services Division6 EPE | Epidemiology, Planning,  Evaluation | Branch
  7. 7. Survey Implementation: Administration d• Survey packets sent to schools Survey packets sent to schools – Student packet with bubble‐sheet survey and  pencils – Teacher packet with instructions and cover sheet – Return shipping instructions and box Return shipping instructions and box• Teachers administer survey Prevention Services Division7 EPE | Epidemiology, Planning,  Evaluation | Branch
  8. 8. Survey Participants Grade Level (n=4112)1400 12281200 10921000 924 832 800 600 400 200 19 17 0 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th Ungraded or other gradeSource: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  9. 9. Survey Participants Race / Ethnicity (n=4107) 1% 4% 3% 4% 5% White Hispanic Black Asian Native American Native American 24% Other 59% MultiracialSource: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  10. 10. BMI (calculated from self‐reported height and weight) 3% 14% 17% Underweight Healthy weight Overweight Obese 66%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  11. 11. Caring Adult At the school youre in today, is there a teacher or some other adult who really cares about you? 11% 34% No Yes Not Sure 55%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  12. 12. Eat In School Cafeteria During the past two weeks (10 school days), how many times did you buy lunch from the school cafeteria? 22% I did not buy lunch from the cafeteria 47% 1 to 3 times 4 to 6 times 7% 7 to 9 times 10 times (every day) 8% 16%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  13. 13. Days Bought From School Cafeteria (among those with any days) During the past two weeks (10 school days), how many times did you buy lunch from the school cafeteria? 31% 41% 1 to 3 times 4 to 6 times 7 to 9 times 7 to 9 times 10 times (every day) 14% 14%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  14. 14. Bought Fruit In School Cafeteria During the past two weeks (10 school days), if you bought lunch from the school cafeteria, on how many  days did you buy fresh fruit from the cafeteria? 9% 1% 1% 2% 2% I did not buy lunch from the cafeteria 3% 1 day 2% 2 days 3 days 5% 4 days 5 days y 6 days 55% 5% 7 days 8 days 9 days All 10 days 15%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  15. 15. Days Bought Fruit From School Cafeteria (among those with any days) During the past two weeks (10 school days), if you bought lunch from the school cafeteria, on how many  days did you buy fresh fruit from the cafeteria? 20% 32% 1 day 2 days 3 days 2% 4 days 3% 5 days 6 days 4% 7 days 8 days 4% 9 days All 10 days 7% 12% 5% 11%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  16. 16. Active Transportation Possible If you wanted to, could you walk or ride a bike, scooter, or skateboard to school? 42% No, it is too far 45% No, it is not safe No, it is too far and it is not safe No, my school doesnt allow it Yes 3% 1% 9%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  17. 17. Active Transportation Used During a typical school week (5 school days), how many days do you walk or ride a bike, scooter, or  skateboard to school? 10% 2% 3% 3% 4% 0 days 1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days All 5 days 78%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  18. 18. Wore a Helmet while Biking During the past 12 months, when you rode a bicycle, how often did you wear a helmet? 9% 6% 32% 6% I did not ride a bicycle Never Rarely 8% Sometimes Most of the time Always 39%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  19. 19. How Smokers Got Cigarettes In the past 30 days, how did you usually get the cigarettes you smoked? 2% 5% 21% 34% Did not get cigarettes Did not get cigarettes I bought them in a store Gave someone money to buy them Someone I live with gave them to me Someone I don“t live with gave them to me I took them without permission 4% I ordered them on the internet 16% 18%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  20. 20. How Smokers Got Cigarettes (among those who got them) In the past 30 days, how did you usually get the cigarettes you smoked? 3% 7% 28% I bought them in a store Gave someone money to buy them Someone I live with gave them to me 32% Someone I don t live with gave them to me Someone I don“t live with gave them to me I took them without permission I ordered them on the internet 24% 6%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  21. 21. Current Cigarette Smoking In the past 30 days, on how many days did you smoke any cigarettes? 5% 24% I have never smoked cigarettes 28% Did not smoke cigarettes I smoked on 1 or 2 days I smoked on 3 to 5 days I smoked on 6 to 9 days I smoked on 6 to 9 days I smoked on 10 to 19 days 10% I smoked on 20 to 29 days I smoked on all 30 days (every day) 6% 13% 4% 10%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  22. 22. Perceived Availability of Cigarettes If you wanted cigarettes, how easy or hard would it be for you to get some? 25% 37% Very easy Pretty easy Pretty hard Very hard 5% Not sure 5% 28%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  23. 23. Visits to Convenience Store In the past 30 days, how often did you visit a convenience store or gas station for any reason? 12% 21% Did not visit a convenience store/gas Did not visit a convenience store/gas  station About 2 to 3 times About once a week About once a week More than once a week 40% 27%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  24. 24. Physically Active In the past 7 days, on how many days were you physically active for a total of 60 minutes or more per day? 9% 6% 29% 0 days 8% 1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 4 days 5 days 13% 6 days All 7 days 10% 11% 14%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  25. 25. Weekday Screen Time On a typical school day, how many hours do you watch TV or videos, play video games, or play on a  computer? 6% 11% 7% 18% Do not do on a typical school day Less than 1 hour per school day 1 hour per school day 16% p y 2 hours per school day 3 hours per school day 4 hours per school day 5 or more hours per school day 18% 24%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010
  26. 26. Weekend Screen Time On a typical weekend day, how many hours do you watch TV or videos, play video games, or play on a  computer? 4% 10% 23% Do not do on a typical weekend day 11% Less than 1 hour per weekend day 1 hour per weekend day 2 hours per weekend day p y 3 hours per weekend day 13% 4 hours per weekend day 5 or more hours per weekend day 20% 19%Source: Colorado Student Health Promotion Survey, 2010