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NNPHI Annual Conference 2009

May 6-8, 2009

New Orleans, LA

Proof of Concept Showcase

Camille D. Miller

President / CEO

Texas Health Institute

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Texas Health Institute Roles in Obesity

  • Convenes the Southern Obesity Summit
  • Staffs Partnership for a Healthy Texas
  • Responsible for policy education and research dissemination in Live Smart Texas obesity research consortium
  • Led obesity prevalence projections project with State Demographer and philanthropic partner
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Texas Health Institute

convenes the

Southern Obesity Summit

2007 Southern Obesity Summit

August 26-28, 2007 – Little Rock, Arkansas

2008 Southern Obesity Summit

November 9-11, 2008 – Birmingham, Alabama

2009 Southern Obesity Summit

October 4-6, 2009 – Austin, Texas

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Southern Obesity Summit Background

Southern Rural Access Project 1997-2007

  • Mississippi
  • South Carolina
  • Texas
  • West Virginia
  • Alabama
  • Arkansas
  • Georgia
  • Louisiana
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation provided funding to
  • improve access to basic healthcare in eight of the most rural, medically underserved states in the country through:
    • rural health leadership development;
    • recruitment and retention of primary healthcare providers;
    • rural health network development; and
    • revolving loan fund development.
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Access to Care Obesity Epidemic A Shift in Priorities

  • Southern states most obese in the nation
  • Childhood obesity prevention emphasized
  • Fragmented local and state strategies
  • Limited public health system partner involvement outside of governmental public health
  • Lack of regional coordination
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Funding the first Southern Obesity Summit

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation $30,000.

Texas Health Institute

and

Arkansas Center for

Health Improvement

$20,000.

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Planning the first Southern Obesity Summit

Planning Team

State Teams

Speakers

Sponsors

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Southern Obesity Summit Outcomes

Tennessee & Alabama State Teams:

  • Effective recruitment and retention of state team leadership
  • Effective multiple involvement of cross-situational stakeholders at local, regional and state levels
  • Development and adoption of state obesity plans
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Southern Obesity Summit Outcomes

  • Partnership for a Healthy Texas
  • Mission: To develop and promote policies that prevent obesity in Texas
  • Guiding Principles:
  • Encourage collaboration among all interested parties in reducing obesity
  • Inform policy makers about the consequences of the disease
  • Promote evidence-based strategies at multiple levels: individual, family, community and policy levels
  • Serve as a resource for people interested in addressing obesity prevention and treatment
  • 40 organizations involved representing public health, diseases, health professions and state agencies
  • Partners convened after August 2006 Obesity Health Policy Forum
  • Recognition by National Governors Association and Institute of Medicine
  • Partnership for a Healthy Texas
  • 2007 Legislative Priority Successes:
  • Requiring physical education for every grade K-12 PASSED
  • Strengthening the implementation of and improving accountability for current legislation (SB 19, SB 1357, SB 42)  PASSED
  • Funding to implement coordinated school health programs as mandated in legislation along with a comprehensive obesity prevention and control program statewide  PASSED
  • Comprehensive nutrition/physical activity public awareness campaign  PASSED
  • Promoting worksite wellness programs  PASSED
  • Codifying the Texas School Nutrition policy into Texas law  PASSED THROUGH REGULATION

Texas:

  • Partnership for a Healthy Texas
  • 2007 Partnership Successes
  • 2009 Partnership Priorities
  • 2009 THI Data Projections
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Southern Obesity Summit Outcomes

  • Partnership for a Healthy Texas
  • 2009 Legislative Priority Successes:
  • Support Implementation of Coordinated School Health
  • Improve Nutrition Education and Access to Healthy Foods
  • Strengthen Physical Education in Schools and Communities to Reflect Best Practice
  • Promote Worksite Wellness Programs
  • Support Comprehensive Evidence-Base Programs at the Community Level that will have an Impact on Obesity
  • Monitor Texas Department of Agriculture Sunset Review Process to Strengthen Implementation of Nutrition Policy
  • Texas:
  • Partnership for a Healthy Texas
  • 2007 Partnership Successes
  • 2009 Partnership Priorities
  • 2009 THI Data Projections
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Southern Obesity Summit Outcomes

  • Texas:

% adults with BMI >=30; Office of the State Demographer, 2000-2004 Projection

  • Partnership for a Healthy Texas
  • 2007 Partnership Successes
  • 2009 Partnership Priorities
  • 2009 THI Data Projections

Funded by Methodist Healthcare Ministries

Partners: Office of the State Demographer, Office of the State Epidemiologist, Methodist Healthcare Ministries Texas Health Institute.

Methodology: Project change in relation to changing demographic composition, Account for recent trends to increasing obesity.

Conclusions: Projects number of adult obese Texas to triple by 2040

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Southern Obesity Summit Outcomes

  • Texas:
  • Institute of Medicine Visit
  • Institute of Medicine Model
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Southern Obesity Summit Outcomes

  • Live Smart Texas
  • Spinoff project of Texas Southern Obesity Summit State Team
  • Organized by Texas Health Commissioner David Lakey
  • Co-Chaired by Texas Health Institute
  • THI facilitated unique collaboration between schools of public health at University of Texas and Texas A&M University
  • Successfully pursued $2 million RWJF Policy Evaluation Project: Texas Child Obesity Prevention Policy Evaluation (T-COPPE) Project to evaluate implementation and impact of
    • Safe Routes to School
    • Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program
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Southern Obesity Summit Lessons Learned

  • Constantly adapt content to needs of potential participants
  • Use participants as presenters to promote peer learning and collaboration
  • Begin planning the next event immediately following
  • Involve your planning partners in all aspects: theme, speaker selection, venue, sponsorship solicitation, media, marketing…
  • Search for in-state sponsors
  • Hospitality and logistics are critical
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Texas Health Institute Mission:

To provide leadership to improve the

health of Texans and their communities through education, research, and health

policy development.

Contact Us: www.texashealthinstitute.org 512-279-3910

8501 N. MoPac Expressway, Suite 300 Austin, Texas 78759

Camille D. Miller

THI CEO / President

cmiller@texashealthinstitute.org

512-279-3901

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” ~ Margaret Mead