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The changing role of public health in creating a culture of health. Presenter: Jan O’Neill, Community Coach. May 13, 2014. County Health Rankings & Roadmaps is a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.

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the changing role of public health in creating a culture of health
The changing role of public health in creating a culture of health

Presenter: Jan O’Neill, Community Coach

May 13, 2014

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County Health Rankings & Roadmaps is a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.

www.countyhealthrankings.org

goals
goals

Culture of health

Non-traditional partners

Action Center tools & resources

Stories and examples

fist to five
Fist to Five
  • I use the County Health Rankings as a tool
  • I use the Roadmaps to Health Action Center to help guide my work
  • I lead or am part of a health coalition/partnership
  • We are working on policy, systems, environmental changes
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Culture: the beliefs, customs, arts, etc., of a particular society, group, place, or time. (Merriam Webster)

culture of health
Culture of health
  • All individuals and families have the means and opportunity to make choices that lead to healthy lifestyles
  • Business, government, individuals, and organizations work together to foster healthy communities and lifestyles.
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means and opportunity to make healthy choices

business, government, individuals, and organizations working together

traditional partnerships
Traditional Partnerships
  • Elected officials, State and Local
  • Peers in Public Health
  • Boards of Health
  • Education
  • Worksites
  • Businesses
  • Medical community
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Police

MCOs

Health Department

Community Centers

Churches

Philanthropist

Nursing Homes

Corrections

EMS

Parks

Doctors

Home Health

Elected Officials

Hospitals

Mass Transit

Schools

Environmental Health

CHCs

Fire

Civic Groups

Tribal Health

Employers

Laboratory Facilities

Drug Treatment

Economic Development

Mental Health

who is working together
Who is working together?
  • Who is “at the table”? Whose table are you at?
  • Who is participating?
  • Who is engaged?
  • Where is “the table”?
public health leadership opportunities
Public health Leadership Opportunities
  • Public Health valued as a convener
  • Can influence partnerships and policy
  • Can help leverage assets to improve population health
foundation of roadmaps
Foundation of roadmaps
  • It takes everyone
  • Move from data to evidence-informed action
  • Focus across the health factors—including social and economic factors
  • Policy, systems, and environmental change
what works for health
What Works for Health

Find effective programs and policies atwww.countyhealthrankings.org/what-works-for-health

call natural partners to action
Call natural partners to action
  • Common mission: Improve community well-being
  • Public health brings evidence to support and inform decisions
  • Civic leaders, planners, housing authorities uniquely positioned to advocate for “health in all policies”
3 2 1
3-2-1
  • 3 ideas you’re taking away/want to learn more
  • 2 questions circling in your mind
  • 1 person/partner you will reach out to next
acknowledgements
acknowledgements
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
    • Including Abbey Cofsky, Paul Kuehnert, Michelle Larkin, Jim Marks, Joe Marx, Marjorie Paloma, Naima Wong
  • Wisconsin County Health Rankings & Roadmaps Team
    • Including Bridget Catlin, Julie Willems Van Dijk, Patrick Remington, David Kindig, Kitty Jerome, Amanda Jovaag, Alison Bergum
  • Our Partners
    • Including Burness Communications, Community Catalyst, United Way Worldwide, ASTHO, NACCHO, NNPHI, Dartmouth Institute, CDC, NCHS