Healthy Campus 2020: - American College Health Association

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Healthy Campus 2020:
What’s to Come?
Michelle Burcin, PhD (University of South Carolina)
Cynthia Burwell, EdD (Norfolk State University)
Jim Grizzell, MBA, MA (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona)
Session Objectives
1. Explain the process and data collected from
ACHA members as well as other higher
education professionals for the writing of
HC2020
2. Discuss the needed components of Healthy
Campus 2020
3. Describe the components of successful
programs across the country
ACHA National Health Objectives
Coalition
• to develop, document, and support long term strategies in support of the
ACHA Strategic Plan to provide multidisciplinary, multiregional education,
advocacy, and research on National Health Objectives.
• to lead/coordinate the Working Group for development of Healthy Campus
2020 objectives
• to ensure that college health is represented appropriately in the Department
of Health and Human Services’ “Healthy People 2020” planning process
and that appropriate and relevant college health objectives are included in
the final document, specifically objectives that are related to the ACHANCHA data
Healthy Campus 2000
Healthy Campus 2010
… what was the process?
Steps Taken Thus Far…
1. Recruitment outside ACHA
2. Healthy Campus survey
3. Regular participation in Healthy People
meetings
a. Objective proposal lobbying
b. Listening in on working meeting conference calls
4. Development of “working group”
Thinking outside ACHA
• 2008 calendar year recruited partnership
outside of ACHA
• Successfully secured active participation
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ACPA
AAHE
BACCHUS Network
NASPA
NIRSA
NHO Survey
• Web based survey conducted in the summer of
2009
• Sent out via Coalition listserv as well as other
professional organizations
• Survey results provide support for HC2020
format
• 380 individuals completed the survey
14. Are you an ACHA (American College Health Association) member?
288 Yes
78 No
11 Unsure
76.4 %
300
280
260
240
220
200
180
160
140
120
20.7 %
100
80
60
40
2.9 %
20
0
Yes
No
Unsure
16. Please select your primary national professional organization. (select only one)
42.1 %
Other
17.5 %
NASPA
14.7 %
BACCHUS Network
8.1 %
NIRSA
6.3 %
AAHE
4.9 %
ACPA
3.2 %
AUCCCD
1.4 %
AACC
0.7 %
NAFEO
AACRAO
0.4 %
NODA
0.4 %
AHEAD
0.4 %
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
120 Other
50 NASPA
42 BACCHUS Network
23 NIRSA
18 AAHE
14 ACPA
9 AUCCCD
4 AACC
2 NAFEO
1 AACRAO
1 NODA
1 AHEAD
18. Location of your campus
South (AL, AR, DE, DC, FL, GA, KY, LA, MD, MI, NC, OK, SC, TN, TX, VA, WV)
28.7 %
Midwest (IL, IN, IA, KS, MI, MN, MO, NE, ND, OH, SD, WI)
27.4 %
Northeast (CT, ME, MA, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT)
21.8 %
West (AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, VT, NV, NM, OR, UT, WA, WY)
20.3 %
1.8 %
Outside the United States
0
100
200
109 South (AL, AR, DE, DC, FL, GA, KY, LA, MD, MI, NC, OK, SC, TN, TX, VA, WV)
104 Midwest (IL, IN, IA, KS, MI, MN, MO, NE, ND, OH, SD, WI)
83 Northeast (CT, ME, MA, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT)
77 West (AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, VT, NV, NM, OR, UT, WA, WY)
7 Outside the United States
17. Institutional Control
240
35 Public 2-year
1 Private 2-year
221 Public 4-year
118 Private 4-year
58.9 %
230
220
210
200
190
180
170
160
150
140
31.5 %
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
9.3 %
40
30
20
0.3 %
10
0
Public 2-year
Private 2-year
Public 4-year
Private 4-year
21. Special institutional attributes
44.6 %
None listed here
12.5 %
Faith-based Institution
9.1 %
Community College
7.6 %
Don't Know
5.5 %
HSI
HBCU
1.3 %
MPI
1.3 %
Tribal College and University
0.3 %
Alaska Native or Native Hawaiian Serving Institution
0.3 %
0
50
100
150
200
171 None listed here
48 Faith-based Institution
35 Community College
29 Don't Know
21 HSI
5 HBCU
5 MPI
1 Tribal College and University
1 Alaska Native or Native Hawaiian Serving Institution
20. Carnegie Classification
136 Research Institution
101 Baccalaureate College
69 Masters College
34 Associates College
17 Miscellaneous/Not Classified
4 Special Focus Institution
37.7 %
140
130
120
28.0 %
110
100
90
80
19.1 %
70
60
50
9.4 %
40
30
4.7 %
20
1.1 %
10
0
Research Institution
Baccalaureate College
Masters College
Associates College
Special Focus Institution
19. Student enrollment
120
29.3 %
115
110
26.4 %
105
100
95
90
85
80
18.7 %
75
70
65
60
13.5 %
55
12.1 %
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
<2,500 students
2,500-4,999 students
5,000-9,999 students
10,000-19,999 students
>20,000 students
51 <2,500 students
46 2,500-4,999 students
71 5,000-9,999 students
100 10,000-19,999 students
111 >20,000 students
1. Do you have a Healthy Campus 2010/2020 committee or task force on your campus?
139 Yes
211 No
30 Unsure
55.5 %
220
210
200
190
180
170
160
36.6 %
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
7.9 %
40
30
20
10
0
Yes
No
Unsure
3. If yes, does your Healthy Campus (healthy university, health promoting university) initiative address faculty and staff in addition to students?
130
125
120
115
110
105
100
95
90
85
80
75
70
65
60
55
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
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122 Yes
63 No
20 Unsure
59.5 %
30.7 %
9.8 %
Yes
No
Unsure
6. Does your campus (students, faculty, staff, student organizations, etc.) utilize the ACHA-National College Health Assessment (ACHA-NCHA) to guide your Healthy Campus initiative?
201 Yes
104 No
42 Unsure
57.9 %
210
200
190
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
30.0 %
110
100
90
80
70
60
12.1 %
50
40
30
20
10
0
Yes
No
Unsure
7. Would your institution find it helpful if these objectives were more closely linked to the ACHA-National College Health Assessment (ACHA-NCHA)?
280
263 Yes
16 No
90 Unsure
71.3 %
260
240
220
200
180
160
140
120
24.4 %
100
80
60
40
4.3 %
20
0
Yes
No
Unsure
8. ACHA Healthy Campus 2010: Making it Happen includes 28 focus areas. Which of these focus areas does your campus address?
82.5 %
82.5 %
81.7 %
80.7 %
79.6 %
79.4 %
72.1 %
66.6 %
65.5 %
64.8 %
62.4 %
62.1 %
55.1 %
46.7 %
26. Substance abuse
27. Tobacco use
22. Physical activity and fitness
19. Nutrition and overweight
14. Immunization and infectious disease
13. HIV
1. Access to quality health services
9. Family planning
35.0 %
33.9 %
31.3 %
29.5 %
27.9 %
27.4 %
24.5 %
17.0 %
16.4 %
12.3 %
11.5 %
7.8 %
7.3 %
5.7 %
5. Diabetes
24. Respiratory diseases
10. Food safety
3. Cancer
21. Oral health
23. Public health infrastructure
17. Medical product safety
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
316 26. Substance abuse
316 27. Tobacco use
313 22. Physical activity and fitness
309 25. Sexually transmitted diseases
305 19. Nutrition and overweight
304 18. Mental health and mental disorders
276 14. Immunization and infectious disease
255 15. Injury and violence prevention
251 13. HIV
248 7. Education and community-based programs
239 1. Access to quality health services
238 11. Health communication
211 9. Family planning
179 8. Environmental health
134 5. Diabetes
130 6. Disability and secondary conditions
120 24. Respiratory diseases
113 20. Occupational safety and health
107 10. Food safety
105 12. Heart disease and stroke
94 3. Cancer
65 28. Vision and hearing
63 21. Oral health
47 2. Arthritis, osteoporosis, and chronic back conditions
44 23. Public health infrastructure
30 16. Maternal, infant, and child health
28 17. Medical product safety
22 4. Chronic kidney disease
11. Which departments or offices on your campus utilize the Healthy Campus objectives? (check all that apply)
Student Health
64.5 %
Health Promotion/Wellness Center
64.2 %
40.2 %
Counseling Center
32.6 %
Student Affairs
Housing/Residential Life/Campus Dining
23.5 %
Recreation
23.2 %
17.2 %
First Year Experience
16.4 %
Student Organization(s)
Human Resources
14.9 %
Academic Department(s)
14.6 %
Public/Campus Safety
14.6 %
10.2 %
Nursing or Medical School
7.3 %
Judicial Affairs
6.3 %
Other
0
50
100
150
200
250
247 Student Health
246 Health Promotion/Wellness Center
154 Counseling Center
125 Student Affairs
90 Housing/Residential Life/Campus Dining
89 Recreation
66 First Year Experience
63 Student Organization(s)
57 Human Resources
56 Academic Department(s)
56 Public/Campus Safety
39 Nursing or Medical School
28 Judicial Affairs
24 Other
Working Group…
• 10/1 & 10/2 working meeting at ACHA
• Summation of thoughts:
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Heavier intro section “how to”
Connection to data source
Include entire community (F/S)
Connect to academic mission
Case studies of successes at all levels
Glossary of terms
Consider white paper or review at ½ way point
Vision
A campus community in which all members pursue long,
healthy lives.
Mission
Healthy Campus 2020 will:
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Identify nationwide health improvement priorities in higher ed.;
Increase awareness and understanding of determinants of
health, disease, and disability and the opportunities for progress;
Provide measurable objectives and goals that can be used at
institutions of higher education;
Engage multiple constituents to take actions to strengthen
policies, improve practices, and empower behavior change that
are driven by the best available evidence and knowledge;
Identify and promote relevant assessment, research and data
collection needs.
Overarching goals:
1. Create social and physical environments that promote
health, safety and learning
2. Supports efforts to increase academic success, student
retention and life long learning
3. Eliminate preventable disease, disability, injury, and
premature death
4. Achieve health equity, eliminate disparities, and improve
the health of the entire campus community
5. Promote healthy development and health behaviors
across every stage of life.
Coalition also submitted comments about
proposed HP2020 objectives
Healthy People 2020
• 2 phase release
▫ 2009 framework (vision, mission, goals, focus areas,
criteria for selecting and prioritizing objectives)
▫ 2010 Healthy People 2020 objectives along with
guidance for achieving the new 10-year targets
• No longer print based reference… webaccessible, interactive, action-oriented database
• Summer 2012 Healthy People Summit focused
on implementation efforts
The Progression of Healthy People Movement…
1990 Health Objectives
Healthy People 2000
Healthy People 2010
# of categories
15 priority areas
22 priority areas
28 focus areas
# of objectives
226
319
467
Data unavailable
23%
10%
40%
Proposed HP2020 Topic Areas
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Access to Health Services
Adolescent Health
Arthritis, Osteoporosis, and Chronic Back
Conditions
Blood Disorders and Blood Safety
Cancer
Chronic Kidney Diseases
Dementias, Including Alzheimer’s Disease
Diabetes
Disability and Health
Early and Middle Childhood
Educational and Community-Based
Programs
Environmental Health
Family Planning
Food Safety
Genomics
Global Health
Health Communication and Health IT
Healthcare-Associated Infections
Hearing and Other Sensory or
Communication Disorders (Ear, Nose Throat
- Voice, Speech, and Language)
Heart Disease and Stroke
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HIV
Immunization and Infectious Diseases
Injury and Violence Prevention
Maternal, Infant and Child Health
Medical Product Safety
Mental Health and Mental Disorders
Nutrition and Weight Status
Occupational Safety and Health
Older Adults
Oral Health
Physical Activity and Fitness
Preparedness
Public Health Infrastructure
Quality of Life and Well Being
Respiratory Diseases
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Social Determinants of Health
Substance Abuse
Tobacco Use
Vision
Feedback Time…
use the sticker dots to select
the 10 topic areas your
campus would most likely
utilize
Discussion regarding selection
process and outliers
Now select only 5…
What could the ACHA National
Health Objectives Coalition do when
writing the Healthy Campus 2020
document that would make you more
likely to use it?
Additional feedback…
Michelle Burcin, PhD
University of South Carolina
[email protected]
Cynthia Burwell, EdD
Norfolk State University
[email protected]
Jim Grizzell, MBA, MA
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
[email protected]
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