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  1. What are Healthy People 2010 andHealthy Campus 2010: Making It Happen? • Comprehensive sets of national health objectives for the decade • Developed by a collaborative process • Designed to measure progress over time • Public and college health documents that are each part strategic plan and part textbook on national and college health priorities American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  2. Healthy Students on Healthy CampusesA Systematic Approach to Health Improvement American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  3. Approaches toHealthy Campus 2010: Making It Happen • Use Healthy Campus 2010: Making It Happen • As a data resource • As a vehicle to involve the public, media, and elected officials • Use Healthy Campus 2010 as a basis to form coalitions and partnerships with campus-based groups • To define common ground • As a common template • Use Healthy Campus 2010 to form the basis of agreements and interactions with administration American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  4. Healthy People & Healthy Campus 2010Two Overarching Goals • Increase quality and years of healthy life • Eliminate health disparities American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  5. Physical activity Overweight and obesity Tobacco use Substance abuse Responsible sexual behavior Mental health Injury and violence Environmental quality Immunization Access to health care Leading Health IndicatorsTen Major Public Health Issues American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  6. 55% (2010) Target 40% College Physical ActivityLeading Health Indicator Participation in regular physical activity, United States, 1990–99 *The definition of moderate physical activity was changed in 1997. Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Youth Risk Behavior Survey.1991–97. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. National Health Interview Survey. 1990–99. i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  7. National DNC College 55% Our Campus National DNC College 32.3% Our Campus 28.6% Physical ActivityLeading Health Indicator 7-3b11. Increase the proportion of college students who received information from their college about physical fitness and activity. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Not applicableCollege: Better than the best. 50% improvement Our Campus:  Data sources:National: Not applicable College: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  8. National DNC College 55% Our Campus National DNC College 40.9% Our Campus 47.7% Physical ActivityLeading Health Indicator 22-2/3. Increase proportion of college students exercising moderately >/=30 minutes or vigorously >/=20 minutes >/= 3 days/week. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Not applicableCollege:  Better than the best. 36% improvement Our Campus:  Data sources:National: Not applicable College:  National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  9. Physical ActivityLeading Health Indicator 22-2. Increase the proportion of adults who engage regularly, preferably daily, in moderate physical activity for at least 30 minutes per day. Target: 30 percent Baseline: 15 percent of adults aged 18 years or older were active for at least 30 minutes 5 or more days per week. Data Sources: Healthy Workforce American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  10. Physical ActivityLeading Health Indicator 22-3. Increase the proportion of adults who engage in vigorous physical activity that promotes the development andmaintenance of cardiorespiratory fitness 3 or more days per week for 20 or more minutes per occasion. Target: 30 percent. Baseline: 23 percent of adults aged 18 years and older engaged in vigorous physical activity 3 or more days per weekfor 20 or more minutes per occasion Data Source: Healthy Workforce American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  11. 30% 16% (2010 Target) Overweight or obese College students Overweight and ObesityLeading Health Indicator Overweight and obesity, United States,1988–94 *In those aged 6 to 19 years, overweight or obesity is defined as at or above the sex- and age-specific 95th percentile of Body Mass Index (BMI) based on CDC Growth Charts: United States. **In adults, obesity is defined as a BMI of 30 kg/m2 or more; overweight is a BMI of 25 kg/m2 or more. Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. 1988–94. i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  12. National DNC College 55% Our Campus National DNC College 27.7% Our Campus 20.9% Overweight and ObesityLeading Health Indicator 7-3b1. Increase the proportion of college students who received information from their college about dietary behaviors and nutrition prevention. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Not applicableCollege: Better than the best. 32% improvement Our Campus:  Data sources:National: Not applicable College: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  13. National 5% College 16% Our Campus National 11% College 35.8% Our Campus 39.5% Overweight and ObesityLeading Health Indicator 19-3. Reduce the proportion of adolescent and college students who are overweight and obese. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Better than the best. 55% improvementCollege:  Our Campus:  Data sources:National: 1988-1994 NHANES, CDC. College:  National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 (Self Report) Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 (Self Report) i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  14. Overweight and ObesityLeading Health Indicator 19-1. Increase the proportion of adults who are at a healthy weight. Target: 60 percent. Baseline: 42 percent of adults aged 20 years and older were at a healthy weight (defined as a body mass index (BMI)equal to or greater than 18.5 and less than 25) Data Source: Healthy Workforce American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  15. Overweight and ObesityLeading Health Indicator 19-2. Reduce the proportion of adults who are obese. Target: 15 percent. Baseline: 23 percent of adults aged 20 years and older were identified as obese (defined as a BMI of 30 or more) Data Source: Healthy Workforce American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  16. College students who smoke 25% 12% (2010 Target) Tobacco UseLeading Health Indicator Cigarette smoking, United States, 1990–99 Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Youth Risk Behavior Survey. 1991–99. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. National Health Interview Survey. 1990–98. i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  17. National DNC College 55% Our Campus National DNC College 26.5% Our Campus 13.4% Tobacco UseLeading Health Indicator 7-3b1. Increase the proportion of college students who received information from their college about tobacco use prevention. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Not applicableCollege: Better than the best.149% improvement Our Campus:  Data sources:National: Not applicable College: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  18. National 12% College 10.5% Our Campus National 24% College 26.8% Our Campus 25.2% Tobacco UseLeading Health Indicator 27-1/2. Reduce cigarette smoking by adolescents, adults 18 and over and college students. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Better than the best. 50% improvementCollege: Our Campus:  Data sources:National: Not applicable College:  National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  19. Tobacco UseLeading Health Indicator 27-1 Reduce tobacco use by adults Targets: Cigarette smoking 12%, Spit tobacco .4%, Cigars 1.2% Baselines: Cigarette smoking 24%, Spit tobacco 2.6%, Cigars 2.5% Data Source: Healthy Workforce American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  20. Tobacco UseLeading Health Indicator 27-5. Increase smoking cessation attempts by adult smokers. Target: 75 percent. Baseline: 41 percent of adult smokers aged 18 years and older stopped smoking for a day or longer because they weretrying to quit Data Source: Healthy Workforce American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  21. College student binge drinking College students reporting no alcohol use in past 30 days College student illicit drug use 39% 31% 20% (2010 Target) 8% (2010 Target) 18% 15% (2010 Target) Substance AbuseLeading Health Indicator Use of alcohol and/or illicit drugs, United States, 1994–98 i Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Office of the Assistant Secretary. National Household Survey on Drug Abuse. 1994–98. American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  22. National DNC College 55% Our Campus National DNC College 48.9% Our Campus 43.7% The College Alcohol Objectives 7-3b2. Increase the proportion of college students who received information from their college about alcohol and other drug use prevention. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Not applicableCollege: Better than the best. 16% improvement Our Campus:  Data sources:National: Not applicable College: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  23. National DNC College 20% Our Campus National DNC College 39.8%(2002) Our Campus 54.5% The College Alcohol Objectives 26-11b. Reduce the proportion of college students engaging in binge drinking of alcoholic beverages in the last two weeks. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Not applicableCollege: Target will be revised as more data comes available. 49% improvement Our Campus:  Data sources:National: Not applicable College: Monitoring the Future Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  24. National 0.7% College 1.0% Our Campus National 8.3% College 20.5% Our Campus 8.8% Substance AbuseLeading Health Indicator 26-10b. Reduce proportion of adolescents ages 12-17 and college students reporting use of marijuana during the past 30 days. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Better than the best. 92% improvementCollege: Better than the best. 93% improvement Our Campus:  Data sources:National: 1998 National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, SAMHSA College:  National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  25. Substance AbuseLeading Health Indicator 26-10c Reduce the proportion of adults using any illicit drug during the past 30 days. Targets: 2.0% Baselines: 5.8% of adults aged 18 years and older used any illicit drug during the past 30 days. Data Source: Healthy Workforce American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  26. Substance AbuseLeading Health Indicator 26-12. Reduce average annual alcohol consumption. Target: 2 gallons. Baseline: 2.18 gallons of ethanol per person aged 14 years and older were consumed in 1996 Data Source: Healthy Workforce American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  27. 70% (2010 Target) 38% Reported condom use by partners Sexually active unmarried college women Responsible Sexual BehaviorLeading Health Indicator Responsible sexual behavior, United States, 1995 and 1999 *This 85 percent includes 50 percent of students in grades 9-12 who were not ever sexually active, 14 percent who were not sexually active in the past 3 months, and 21 percent who were sexually active but used a condom at the last intercourse. **Data on males aged 15-49 years will be collected in 2003. Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Youth Risk Behavior Survey. 1999. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. National Survey of Family Growth. 1995. i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  28. National DNC College 55% Our Campus National DNC College 27.7% Our Campus 19.7% Responsible Sexual BehaviorLeading Health Indicator 7-3b7. Increase the proportion of college students who received information from their college about pregnancy prevention. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Not applicableCollege: Better than the best. 16% improvement Our Campus:  Data sources:National: Not applicable College: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  29. National 100% College 100% Our Campus National 93% College 95.8% Our Campus 97.2% Responsible Sexual BehaviorLeading Health Indicator 9-3. Increase the proportion of females at risk of unintended pregnancy (and their partners) who use contraception. Targets: Baselines: Note. Percents include withdrawal and fertility awareness as methods to prevent pregnancy Target setting method:National: Total coverageCollege: Total coverage Our Campus:  Data sources:National: National Survey of Family Growth, CDC NCHS College:  National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  30. 70% (2010 Target) 30% Recognized depression College students with recognized depression Mental HealthLeading Health Indicator Adults with depression* who received treatment,** United States, 1994–97 *Depression is defined as major depressive episode in the past year. **Treatment is defined as treatment in the past year for psychological problems or emotional difficulties at a mental health clinic or by a mental health professional on an outpatient basis or treatment for psychological or emotional difficulties at a hospital overnight or longer. Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Office of Applied Studies. National Household Survey on Drug Abuse. 1994–97. i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  31. National DNC College 55% Our Campus National DNC College 12.7% Our Campus 8.1% Mental HealthLeading Health Indicator 7-3b6. Increase the proportion of college students who received information from their college about suicide prevention. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Not applicableCollege: Better than the best. 351% improvement Our Campus:  Data sources:National: Not applicable College: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  32. National 1.0% College 0.5% Our Campus National 2.6% College 1.6% Our Campus .8% Mental HealthLeading Health Indicator 18-3. Reduce the rate of suicide attempts by adolescents and college students. Targets: Baselines: Note. Percents include attempts within the past year only Target setting method:National: Better than the best. 62% improvement College: Better than the best. 62% improvement Our Campus:  Data sources:National: 1999 Youth Risk Behavior Survey, CDC, NCCDPHP College:  National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  33. Mental HealthLeading Health Indicator 20-5. Reduce deaths from work-related homicides. Target: 0.4 deaths per 100,000 workers. Baseline: 0.5 deaths per 100,000 workers aged 16 years and older were from work-related homicides in 1998. Data Source: Healthy Workforce American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  34. .06 (2010 Target) .07 Homicides Injury and ViolenceLeading Health Indicator Motor vehicle deaths and homicides, United States, 1998 i Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. National Vital Statistics System. 1998. American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  35. National DNC College 55% Our Campus National DNC College 21.8% Our Campus 18.1% Injury and ViolenceLeading Health Indicator 7-3b4. Increase the proportion of college students who received information from their college about violence prevention. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Not applicableCollege: Better than the best. 191% improvement Our Campus:  Data sources:National: Not applicable College: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  36. National 13.6/1000 College 21.3/1000 Our Campus National 31.1/1000 College 46/1000 Our Campus 40/1000 Injury and ViolenceLeading Health Indicator 15-11b. Reduce physical assaults (does not include sexual assaults). Targets: Baselines: Rate per 1,000 (within past year only) Target setting method:National: Better than the best. 56% improvement.College: Better than the best. 42% improvement. Our Campus:  Data sources:National: 1998 National Crime victimization survey, US Dept of Justice College:  National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  37. Environmental QualityLeading Health Indicator Ozone and environmental tobacco smoke exposure, United States, 1988–94 and 1997 College data not collected i Sources: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Aerometric Information Retrieval System. 1997. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. 1988–94. American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  38. National DNC College Our Campus National DNC College DNC Our Campus DNC Environmental QualityLeading Health Indicator 7-3bx. Increase the proportion of college students who received information from their college about environmental health. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Not applicableCollege:  Our Campus:  Data sources:National: Not applicable College: Our Campus:  i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  39. National 1.8% College Our Campus National 0.9% College DNC Our Campus DNC Environmental QualityLeading Health Indicator 8-2a. Increase trips by bicycle to reduce motor vehicle emissions and improve the Nation’s air quality. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Consistent with the goal of the National Bicycling and Walking Study, DOTCollege:  Our Campus:  Data sources:National: Nationwide Personal Transportation Survey, DOT College:  Our Campus:  i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  40. ImmunizationLeading Health Indicator Immunization coverage, United States, 1990–98 College data not collected *Four or more doses of diphtheria/tetanus/acellular pertussis (DTaP) vaccine, three or more doses of polio vaccine, one or more dose of measles/mumps/rubella (MMR) vaccine, three or more doses of Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) vaccine, and three or more doses of hepatitis B (Hep B) vaccine. Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics and National Immunization Program. National Immunization Survey. 1996–98. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. National Health Interview Survey. 1991–98. i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  41. National DNC College Our Campus National DNC College DNC Our Campus DNC ImmunizationLeading Health Indicator 7-3bx. Increase the proportion of college students who received information from their college about immunizations. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Not applicableCollege:  Our Campus:  Data sources:National: Not applicable College: Our Campus:  i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  42. National DNC College Our Campus National DNC College 66.0% Our Campus 64.0% ImmunizationLeading Health Indicator 14-3/9. Reduce Hepatitis B Targets: Baselines: % immunized for Hepatitis B Target setting method:National: Better than the best for 14-3a, etc. College: Our Campus:  Data sources:National: National Notifiable Disease Surveillance System, CDC. College:  National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  43. 100% (2010 Target) 83% College students with recognized depression Access to Health CareLeading Health Indicator Access to health care, United States, 1997 and 1998 i Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. National Health Interview Survey. *1997 and **1998. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. National Vital Statistics System. ***1998. American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  44. National DNC College Our Campus National DNC College DNC Our Campus 64% Access to Health CareLeading Health Indicator 7-3bx. Increase the proportion of college students who received information from their college about health insurance. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Not applicableCollege:  Our Campus: Data sources:National: Not applicable College: Our Campus:  i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives

  45. National 100% College 100% Our Campus National 83% College 82.9% Our Campus 74.5% Access to Health CareLeading Health Indicator 26-11b. Increase the proportion of persons and college students with health insurance. Targets: Baselines: Target setting method:National: Total coverage, 20% improvementCollege: Total coverage, 20% improvement Our Campus:  Data sources:National: National Health Interview Survey, CDC, NCHS College:  National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 Our Campus: National College Health Assessment, Spring 2002 i American College Health Association - Task Force on National Health Objectives