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Creating Equal Opportunities for a Healthy Weight. Shiriki Kumanyika, Chair, IOM Committee on Childhood Obesity Prevention. Question 1. What does “accelerating progress” mean when It comes to creating equal opportunities for a healthy weight?. How can equity be achieved?.

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creating equal opportunities for a healthy weight

Creating Equal Opportunities for a Healthy Weight

  • Shiriki Kumanyika, Chair, IOM Committee on Childhood Obesity Prevention
question 1
Question 1
  • What does “accelerating progress” mean when It comes to creating equal opportunities for a healthy weight?
how can equity be achieved
How can equity be achieved?

Population oriented approaches

Community engagement

Changing environments

Policies and policies

Reaching people

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Engagement
  • Leadership and Responsibility
  • Assessment
meeting the challenge of achieving equity
Meeting the Challenge of Achieving Equity
  • Transform inequitable environments
    • Physical Activity
    • Food and Beverage
    • Message
  • Target Critical Settings
    • Schools
    • Worksites
    • Health Care
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Figure 2. How health disparities are produced and reproduced across a life-time and generations, and possible points to intervene. Adapted from framework by Finn Diderichsen of the Karolinska Institute. From Paula Braveman, Preventing Chronic Diseases, July 2009
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Environment

size

Micro-environment Macro-environment

(settings) (sectors)

Food PA Food PA

Physical What is/isn’t available?

Economic What are the financial factors?

Policy What are the rules?

Socio-cultural What are the attitudes, beliefs,

perceptions values and practices?

Environment

type

ANGELO Framework(Analysis Grid for Environments Linked to Obesity)

Swinburn et al Prev Med 1999

what makes a community high risk
What makes a community “high-risk”

Based on ANGELO –Analysis Grid for Environments Linked to Obesity

Swinburn et al, Preventive Medicine, 1999. From Yancey AK et al, Prev Chronic Dis. 2004 Jan;1(1):A09.

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Available at www.aacorn.orghttp://www.aacorn.org/AbouComm-2517.html
questions
Questions
  • Which of the APOP recommendations are the most important for making progress in creating equal opportunities, and why?
  • How can implementation be tailored for maximum effectiveness?
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Questions
  • What are possible gaps in the APOP recommendations?
  • What evidence, including qualitative data and stories, do we have to inform action?
      • Lumping or splitting?
  • What are some important next steps?
for more information on obesity prevention visit http www iom edu obesity
For more information on obesity prevention, visit:http://www.iom.edu/obesity

Thank you!

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