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Implementation of South Carolina’s Obesity Plan. Erika Kirby CDC DNPAO Meeting November 2008. Worksite. Community. Health Care. DOPC Staff. Leadership Council. Partnership Coordinator. Programs & Projects. Advocacy. Communication. Training & Education. Networks.

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Implementation of south carolina s obesity plan

Implementation of South Carolina’s Obesity Plan

Erika Kirby

CDC DNPAO Meeting

November 2008


Implementation of south carolina s obesity plan

Worksite

Community

Health Care

DOPC Staff

Leadership Council

Partnership Coordinator

Programs & Projects

Advocacy

Communication

Training & Education

Networks

Child Care/PreSchool

School

Faith


Implementation of south carolina s obesity plan

SC Nutrition, Physical Activity,

Obesity Program

Eat Smart, Move More…SC

Infrastructure

Surveillance

Evaluation

TA

Communications

Education / Training

Implementation

Public Awareness

Advocacy


Esmm sc networks

ESMM…SC Networks

Child Care/Preschool

Community

Faith

Health Care

School

Worksite


Implementation of south carolina s obesity plan

Activities

Deliverables

Resources Needed

Responsible Partners

Timeframe

Date Completed

Identify communities to host trainings in 4 regions of the state

Sites selected

Staff time

ESMMSC and Palmetto Cycling Coalition

July 1 - 31, 2008

Schedule trainings

Trainings scheduled

Staff time

ESMMSC and Palmetto Cycling Coalition

August 1 - 31, 2008

Provide Complete Streets trainings in 4 SC sites

Trainings provided

Staff time and travel

ESMMSC and Palmetto Cycling Coalition

September 1, 2008 – June 29, 2009

Implementation Plan: Complete Streets


Implementation of south carolina s obesity plan

Activity

Evaluation Question

Indicator(s)

Data Source

Person Responsible

Timeline

Method

Identify communities to host trainings in 4 regions of the state

Which communities volunteered to host regional training?

Acceptance of invitation to host training

Complete Streets Records

Palmetto Cycling Coalition Coordinator

August 1 - August 31, 2008

Documentation review

Schedule trainings

When are the trainings scheduled?

Dates and times of the trainings

Complete Streets Records

Palmetto Cycling Coalition Coordinator

September 1 - September 30, 2008

Documentation review

Provide Complete Streets trainings in 4 SC sites

Which four communities received the Complete Streets training?

Documentation by trainers including attendance records

Complete Streets Records

Palmetto Cycling Coalition Coordinator

October 1, 2008 - February 28, 2009

Documentation review

Implementation Plan

Complete Streets Evaluation Plan


Implementation of south carolina s obesity plan

Complete Streets Logic Model

Short Term

(@the end of training)

Inputs

Activities

Outputs

Goal

To increase the number of South Carolina cities with CS resolutions or ordinances that are adopted, implemented, and enforced.

  • Participant Recruitment

  • Determine selection criteria

  • Invite communities to apply for mini-grant funding

  • Training

  • Determine agenda

  • Determine training content

  • Create participant manual

  • Implementation

  • Provide training

  • Distribute and collect evaluation instruments

  • Technical Assistance

  • Create technical assistance manual / guidelines

  • Provide and track TA

  • Evaluation

  • Determine participant engagement

  • Determine participant readiness to act

  • Determine additional needs of the participants

  • List of invitees

  • Invitation to Apply

  • Complete Applications

  • Participants will:

    • understand Complete Streets concepts

    • be more knowledgeable of Complete Streets benefits

    • create an action plan

    • identify stakeholders and partners to advance the concepts of CS

  • Agenda

  • Training Presentation & Relevant Handouts

  • Tailored Participant Manual

  • Stakeholders

  • Communities

  • ESMMSC

  • DOPC

  • PA Consultant

  • PCC

Intermediate Term

(End of training – 1 yr.)

  • # of trainings

  • # of participants

  • Stakeholder organization

  • Participants access TA

  • Community support for CS

  • Policy drafted and proposed to local jurisdiction

  • CS concept adopted resulting in CS ordinance or resolution

  • Resources

  • DOPC Staff

  • Bureau PA Consultant

  • Training Materials

  • Training Presentation

  • ESMMSC Funding - $4,000

  • PCC Funding - $4,000

  • Complete Streets Trainer

  • TA manual / guidelines

  • Policies & Procedures for TA

Long Term

( > 1 yr)

  • Evaluation instruments

  • Physical changes to the built environment

  • Increases in physical activity


Key points

Key Points

  • Function of ‘networks’

    • Limitations of partners

  • Turn a negative into a positive

    • ‘Play Up’ limited Implementation funds

  • Always look for the opportunities

    • New direction of BCBS of SC Foundation


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