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Steve Manske, Ed.D. Suzy Wong, M.Sc. An Effective Youth School-based Surveillance Tool. KNOWLEDGE. INFORMATION. Differentiating Data, Information & Knowledge. disconnected facts about events (objective). Information in context or put into action (subjective).

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Steve manske ed d suzy wong m sc

Steve Manske, Ed.D.

Suzy Wong, M.Sc.

An Effective Youth School-based Surveillance Tool


Differentiating data information knowledge

KNOWLEDGE

INFORMATION

Differentiating Data, Information & Knowledge

  • disconnected facts about events (objective)

  • Information in context or put into action (subjective)

  • data arranged in meaningful patterns

DATA


An effective youth school based surveillance tool

WORLD of

EVIDENCE

III. Create the Future

III. Create the Future

I. Build on Past Experience

PRACTICE

RESEARCH

Resources &

Recommendations

II. Take Action in the Present

II. Take Action in the Present


Local data collection systems

Local Data Collection Systems

  • CBRPE & PHR at UW have developed a school-based data collection system

  • School Health Action, Planning and Evaluation System (SHAPES)

  • Designed to facilitate surveillance, evaluation and planning by school stakeholders and public health


Shapes

SHAPES

  • Modular system

    • Smoking

    • Physical activity

  • Each module has 3 components

    • Student questionnaire

    • Feedback report

    • Administrator questionnaire


Shapes student questionnaire

SHAPES Student Questionnaire


Shapes feedback report

SHAPES Feedback Report


Shapes administrator questionnaire

SHAPES Administrator Questionnaire

  • Completed by an administrator from each school:

    • School characteristics

    • Policies

    • Programs

    • Facilities (PA)

  • Enables multiples levels of data collection and analysis


Key features of shapes

Key Features of SHAPES

  • Responsive questionnaire

  • Quality control

  • Simple and low cost

  • Knowledge exchange

  • Potential to compare across sites


Reliability of the pa module

Reliability of the PA Module

  • One-week test-retest

  • N=1586

  • Grades 9-12

  • 13 secondary schools


Reliability results

Reliability Results

  • Kappa was between 0.61-1.0 for 57% of the questions (substantial agreement)

  • Kappa was between 0.41-0.60 for 24% of the questions (fair agreement)


Validity of the pa module

Validity of the PA Module

  • Criterion validity

    • Physical activity by accelerometers

    • BMI by measured height and weight

  • N=56

  • Grades 6, 7, 8, 10, 12

  • 1 school


Validity results

Validity Results

  • Self-reported vs. accelerometer measured time spent doing moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity (r = 0.44, p < 0.01)

  • Self-reported vs. measured BMI (r = 0.90, p < 0.001)


Current uses of shapes in ontario

Current Uses of SHAPES in Ontario

  • SHAPES Ontario study (www.shapes.uwaterloo.ca)

    • 100+ high schools in 8 health unit regions

    • PA & smoking modules

    • Schools receive feedback reports

    • Health units receive data for their region

  • KE component to SHAPES Ontario

    • Creating “a community of practice” to build capacity to use school-based evidence


Current uses of shapes continued

Current uses of SHAPES - continued

  • Youth Smoking Survey (www.yss.uwaterloo.ca)

    • 2004-05; 2006-07 data collection in Ontario

    • Opportunities to analyze data & write reports (CDIC supplement)

    • Examples of how modules can be altered for specific groups

  • Lungs are for Life evaluation

  • exposé evaluation (City of Ottawa Health Dept)

    • 3-year follow-up of baseline data


Next steps in shapes development

Next Steps in SHAPES Development

  • Future modules

    • Sun behaviour

    • Eating behaviour

    • School issues (e.g. bullying)

  • Interactive system to make data available to public health for local analysis

  • YSS 2007


Other ways to get involved

Other Ways to Get Involved

  • Canadian School Physical Activity and Nutrition Network (www.canspann.uwaterloo.ca)

    • Priorities for research determined by policy makers, practitioners and researchers

    • National scope

  • Population Interventions for Chronic Disease Prevention (www.picdp.uwaterloo.ca)

    • Sociobehavioural Cancer Research Network

    • Contact Steve Manske, [email protected]


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