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Healthy Campus Initiative Meeting 1
Transcript of Healthy Campus Initiative Meeting 1
September 12, 2014
History of HCI and Forward Movement
Getting on the Same Page
Healthy People/Health Campus
Mission Statement Development
Healthy Campus Initiative History
Called to action by Jackie
First meeting March, 2009
Primarily EMSA staff
Compile Wellness Activities
Healthy U Wellness Challenge
Nourish Wellness Fair
Clean Air Corridor
Campus Tobacco-Free Policy
Limited Staff Involvement
Limited Campus Reach
Director of Health Promotion
Nationally Known Consultant
Plan for Movement
Starting with the End in Sight
Increase PSU Culture of Health
Use Assessment and Evaluation
Use Best Practices
Starting with the End in Sight
This Meeting: Baseline Knowledge
Second Meeting: Data and Health Objectives
Third Meeting: Review Action Team Goals
Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
Citation: World Health Organization, 194
Health Promotion is the Process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve their health. It moves beyond a focus on individual behaviour toward a wide range of social and environmental interventions.
Citation: World Health Organization, website 2014
Community refers to a group of people united by at least one common characteristic.
Actions that are taken to reduce the possibility that something will happen or in hopes of minimizing the damage that may occur if it does happen
Turnock, BJ., Public Health: What It Is and How It Works, 2012
Healthy People 2020
Department of Health and Human Services
Healthy People 2020
Attain high-quality, longer lives free of preventable disease, disability, injury, and premature death
Healthy People 2020 Topic Areas
Access to Health Services (9)
Adolescent Health (11)
Arthritis, Osteoporosis, and ChronicBack Conditions (12)
Blood Disorders and Blood Safety (19)
Dementias, Including Alzheimer'sDisease (2)
Disability and Health (20)
Early and Middle Childhood (4)
Educational and Community-Based Programs (19)
Environmental Health (24)
Family Planning (15)
Food Safety (6)
Global Health (5)
Health Communication and Information Technology (13)
Healthcare-Associated Infections (2)
Health-Related Quality of Life and Well-Being (1)
Hearing and Other Sensory or Communication Disorders (23)
Heart Disease and Stroke (24)
Healthy People 2020 Topic Areas
Immunization and Infectious Diseases (32)
Injury and Violence Prevention (43)
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health (11)
Maternal, Infant, and Child Health (33)
Medial Product Safety (5)
Mental Health and Mental Disorders (12)
Nutrition and Weight Status (22)
Occupational Safety and Health (10)
Older Adults (12)
Oral Health (17)
Physical Activity (15)
Pubic Health Infrastructure (17)
Respiratory Disease (13)
Sexually Transmitted Disease (10)
Sleep Health (4)
Social Determinants of Health (3)
Substance Abuse (21)
Tobacco Use (20)
Healthy Campus 2020
Guided by the Healthy People 2020 framework
Healthy Campus 2020
Healthy Campus 2020 strives to:
Identify current and ongoing
health improvement priorities
in higher education
Healthy Campus 2020 Topic Areas
Health Impediments to Academic Performance (student - 5)
Injury and Violence Prevention (student - 9)
Health Communication/Health IT/Educational and Community Based Programs (student - 10)
Family Planning (student - 3)
Mental Health and Mental Disorders (student - 4)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV (student - 5)
Substance Abuse (student - 4)
Nutrition and Weight Status (student - 3 and faculty/staff - 10)
Physical Activity and Fitness (student - 2 and faculty/staff -3)
Tobacco Use (student - 3 and faculty/staff -3)
Immunization and Infectious Disease (student - 6)
Stress Management (faculty/staff - 2)
Miscellaneous (faculty/staff - 3)
Healthy Campus 2020 Overarching Goals
social and physical environments
that promote good health for all
Standards of Practice for Health Promotion in Higher Education
Serves as a guideline for the assessment and quality assurance of health promotion in higher education
There are 7 Standards
Health is the capacity of individuals and communities to reach their potential
Standard Two: Socioecological-Based Practice
Review professional literature
on socioecological planning models
Motivating change in individual behavior by increasing knowledge, influencing attitudes, or challenging beliefs
Recognizing that groups provide social identity and support, interventions target groups such as family members or peers
Changing policies, practices, physical environment of an organization to support behavior change
Coordinating efforts of all members of a community to bring about change
Developing and enforcing state and local policies that can increase beneficial health behaviors. Developing media campaigns that promote public awareness of the health need and advocacy for change.
Socioeconomic Model Exercise
What we know...due to stress:
20.6% of our students got a lower exam grade
7.2% of our students received a lower course grade
3.1% of our students received an incomplete/dropped
1.7% of our students had significant thesis disruption
Why do we want to bring people together?
Make health a PSU priority
Who should be represented?
Who are potential partners?
All of you
Additional campus departments
Immediate campus community
What is the vision and mission of the coalition/group?
We will be working on this today
What is our baseline data?
What is our goal?
What are our objectives and action steps?
What do we need to reach our goal?
Who will do the work?
How will we know when we have reached our goal?
What are our detailed action steps?
Who is responsible for these action steps?
What is our communication plan?
How are we evaluating our work?
Did we follow our plan?
What changes did we make?
Did we reach our goal?
How do we share and celebrate our success?
Things to Remember
Sample Mission Statements
University of Oregon
across campus, the Healthy Campus Initiative hopes to
create a culture
in which the pursuit of a balanced lifestyle is valued, physical and mental health is fostered, and
all members of the university community are encouraged to take responsibility for choosing to be well
University of Central Oklahoma
The mission of UCO Healthy Campus is to promote a
campus environment supportive of the development and maintenance
of a healthy body, mind, and spirit for all members of the University of Central Oklahoma Community
Believing bodies are a God-given resource and that healthy habits are an act of stewardship, Health Happens Here 2020 works to
create and sustain
wellness among the Pepperdine community,
empowering students with tools to make healthy lifestyle choices
. This is accomplished through education of the physical, emotional, social, environmental, and spiritual dimensions of health, therefore
contributing to academic success
University of Florida
To promote a campus environment supportive of the development and maintenance of a healthy body, mind, and spirit for
all members of the University of Florida community
To facilitate the development of a campus community that enhances the
overall health, safety, and well-being of all students, staff, and faculty as it supports the mission of Princeton University.
Georgia Institute of Technology
It is our mission to
create a healthier campus
that encourages the students, faculty, and staff of Georgia Tech to adopt and maintain a balances, healthy lifestyle. Through the use of technology, innovation, and collaboration, we aspire to
support the academic mission
of the Institute and serve as leaders in college health.
New York University
To increase students' use of preventive behaviors and to empower students to become active partners in their own health, thereby improving their general well-being, helping them
reduces impediments to academic success, and equipping them with important, lifelong self-care skills.
University of North Dakota
work in partnership
to promote healthy lifestyle choices by
enhancing awareness, building skills, changing social norms, and creating a healthier environment
. A vision for healthier students, faculty, and staff.
Questions to Think About
1. What will we be known for in 10 years?
2. What will we do to get there?
3. Who do we serve?
Next Meeting - 3 months (January/February)
Decide on Campus-Wide Priorities
Go back to Departments and gather any data that will help shape Task Groups
Update HCI Website
Picture and Bio of Steering Committee
Why is This Important?
If you have an interest in HCI
beyond your role, feel free to share
Who is here?
It Supports PSU's Mission and Values
Portland State University's mission is to enhance intellectual, social, cultural, and economic qualities of urban life by providing access throughout the life span to quality liberal education...
Learning and Discovery
Access to Learning
A Climate of Mutual Respect
Openness and Reflection
Community and Civic Engagement
How is Health Effecting Academics?
Science-based 10 year national objectives
Benchmarks/monitor progress in order to:
Encourage collaborations across communities/sectors
Empower individuals toward making informed health decisions
Measure the impact of prevention activities
Achieve health equity, eliminate disparities, and improve the health of all groups
Create social and physical environments that promoted good health for all
Promote quality of life, health development, and healthy behaviors across all life stages
Provides a framework for improving the overall health status on campuses nationwide
Provides 10-year national objectives for improving the health of all students, staff, and faculty on campuses nationwide
Increase campus community awareness and understanding of
determinants of health, disease, and disability
measurable objectives and goals
Engage multiple stakeholders to take actions that are driven by the best available evidence and knowledge to
and empower behavior change
Identify and promote relevant
and data collection needs
Support efforts to
increase academic success
student and faculty/staff retention
, and life-long learning
Attain high-quality, longer lives
free of preventable disease
, disability, injury, and premature death
, and improve the health of the entire campus community
Promote quality of life, healthy development and
positive health behaviors
The specific purpose of health promotion in higher education is to support student success
Institutions of Higher Education are communities
Health promotion professional in higher education practice prevention
Health promotion in higher education is facilitating, rigorous, and inclusive
Examine and address campus and community health issues at all levels of the socioecological model -
Focus primarily on transforming the campus and community environments through
Build upon the
among the members and systems of the campus and community
that address campus and community health
Broader understanding of health
Understand current health initiatives
Increase faculty/staff productivity
Increase student retention
What are our campus assets?
What are our campus priorities?
How do we track progress?
gender, religious identity, racial/ethnic identity, sexual orientation, economic status, financial resources, values, goals, expectations, age, coping skills, time management skills, health literacy, etc.
roommates, families, rituals, traditions, economic forces, student groups/clubs, work departments/places
campus climate, class schedules, financial policies, competitiveness, lighting, cleanliness of environment, noise levels, common lounge spaces, air quality, safety
location, built environment, neighborhood associations, community leaders, on/off campus housing, businesses, commuting, parking, transportation, walkability
tobacco policies, alcohol sales and consumption policies, increased taxes, interpersonal violence policies, environmental policies