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Obesity Steering Committee

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Obesity Steering Committee

  1. 1. Prioritizing Obesity Strategies Obesity Integration Steering Committee Meetings 2.29.12, 3.19.12, 4.2.12, 4.25.12
  2. 2. Prioritization Process When Purpose/Actions Meeting 1 (2/29) • Getting Started • Agreements For Moving Forward Between Meetings Initial Survey (e-input) • Review/Provide Input on Proposed Criteria • Identify State Roles for Strategies Meeting 2 (3/19) • Review/Finalize Criteria 9:30am -12:30pm Meeting 3 (4/2) • Clarify Strategies 9:30am-12:30pm • Clarify State Roles Between Meetings Prioritization Survey (e-input) • Rate Strategies Using Final Criteria • Refine Concise Statement Meeting 4 (4/25) • Vote on Concise Statement 1:30pm – 4:30pm • Share Results of Prioritization • Gather Additional Input for Ex Committee
  3. 3. Agenda Review Welcome and Overview Vote on Concise Statement Sharing Results of Prioritization Survey Reflecting on Where We’ve Been and Clarifying What’s Ahead Gathering Comments Closure and Thank You
  4. 4. Decision Making ProcessDiscussion: All encouraged to participateDecisions: For Today & Prioritization Survey 60% super majority vote, motioned by a Steering Committee Member One vote per Steering Committee Member Ex Committee, and other observers, do not vote
  5. 5. Steering Committee VotingMembers Sector Team Leads or Designee (8 reps from PSD) Healthy Eating (2 reps from PSD) Physical Activity (2 reps from PSD) LHAs (5 total: 1 rep each from El Paso, Weld, Boulder, Pueblo, West-Central Partnership) External Organizations (3 total: 1 rep each from Live Well, Kaiser, Health Foundation)
  6. 6. Voting on Concise StatementPurpose: To build support for the issues with an organization,policy maker or a funding agency. Describes the mission, internal strengths and weaknesses, external opportunities and threats, and vision. Describes gaps between current status and desired goals.Included: Health condition or risk factor considered Population affected Size and scope of problem Prevention opportunities Potential stakeholders
  7. 7. Sharing Results ofPrioritization Survey
  8. 8. Top 5 Criteria1. Likelihood of Population Impact (new definition includes reach)2. Capacity to Implement3. Impact of Health Disparities4. Ability to Measure5. Political/Community Support
  9. 9. Reporting of Priorities1. Strategies Across Sectors (ranked from highest to lowest priority regardless of sector)Strategy Sector Evidence Population Capacity Impact Ability to Support Total Potential Level Impact on HD Measure Score CDPHE (adjusted) Roles2. Strategies Within Sectors (ranked from highest to lowest priority within each sector) Sector A Strategy Evidence Population Capacity Impact Ability to Support Total Potential Level Impact on HD Measure Score CDPHE (adjusted) Roles Sector B Strategy Evidence Population Capacity Impact Ability to Support Total Potential Level Impact on HD Measure Score CDPHE (adjusted) Roles
  10. 10. Reflecting on Where We’ve Been and Clarifying What’s Ahead
  11. 11. PSD Obesity Project Charter:Key Activities Accomplished1. Community assessment2. Data presentation quantifying the issue3. Sector teams searched literature (“boot camp”)4. Steering Committee approved concise statement (in this meeting)5. Sector teams rated literature6. Sector teams submitted literature libraries and ratings to Steering Committee7. Steering Committee prioritized strategies
  12. 12. PSD Obesity Project Charter:Next Key Activities8. Executive Committee reviews and approves prioritized strategies9. Executive Committee and Steering Committee refer highly rated and prioritized strategies to sector teams. o Sector teams form implementation teams for selected strategies o Invite stakeholders to participant on teams o Similar to the MCH process o Implementation teams consider:  Applicability to Colorado  Resources needed  Consultation with sector teams and/or partners  Future evidence
  13. 13. Gathering Comments
  14. 14. Gathering CommentsThree ways  Individually  Small Group  Large GroupWhat recommendations do you have for theExecutive Committee and/or ImplementationTeams moving forward?
  15. 15. Gathering Comments (part 1)What recommendations do you have for theExecutive Committee and/or ImplementationTeams moving forward? Individually – Write down your thoughts (5 min)
  16. 16. Gathering Comments (part 1)What recommendations do you have for theExecutive Committee and/or ImplementationTeams moving forward? When the chime rings, we’ll form groups of 4-5 people by counting off 1-4  Discuss and chart your comments for the Executive Committee and/or Implementation Teams (20 min)  Assign a spokesperson  You will share these with the larger group
  17. 17. Gathering Comments (part 2)What recommendations do you have for theExecutive Committee and/or ImplementationTeams moving forward?What key themes do you see emerging fromthe small group recommendations?
  18. 18. Gathering Comments (part 2)What recommendations do you have for theExecutive Committee and/or ImplementationTeams moving forward?What else is on your mind?
  19. 19. Closure and Thank YouReminder  Hopes from Meeting #1  Evaluation to followThank you

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