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WELLNESS AND HEALTH PROMOTION TOOL KIT

Table of Contents

  1. TOOL KIT INTRODUCTION
  2. SECTION 1: KEY PROGRAM ELEMENTS
  3. SECTION 2: PATH FORWARD
  4. SECTION 3: OBJECTIVES, RATIONALE, RESOURCES
  5. SECTION 4: BARRIERS, INCENTIVES, POLICIES
  6. SECTION 5: DISABILITY MANAGEMENT
  7. SECTION 6: GETTING STARTED
  8. EXAMPLES

TOOL KIT INTRODUCTION

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  • Mission statement
  • Keys for a successful process
  • Integrated health care costs
  • Direct and indirect costs
  • Root cause analysis by SBU
  • Large case cost analysis

SECTION 1: KEY PROGRAM ELEMENTS

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General ideas of the scope, content and organization for a Health Promotion Process

  • The key elements and risk selection
  • How to establish priorities
  • The life cycle framework

SECTION 2: PATH FORWARD

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Mechanisms to implement the Process

  • The eleven key elements
  • Modifiable behaviors
  • General management components - the "How's"
  • From issues to outcomes: a perspective
  • Progress indicators
  • Evaluation timeline

SECTION 3: OBJECTIVES, RATIONALE, RESOURCES

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Provides general principles and an outline of the objectives, rationale and resources for each of the key elements.

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  1. SPECIFIC ELEMENTS:
  2. Introduction
  3. Vehicular Safety
  4. Lifestyle Risk Factor: Alcohol and Other Drugs
  5. Lifestyle Risk Factors: Heart Disease and Stroke
  6. Lifestyle Risk Factors: Fitness
  7. Lifestyle Risk Factors: Nutrition
  8. Lifestyle Risk Factors: Tobacco
  9. Musculo-skeletal problems
  10. Stress/Resiliency
  11. Chronic Disease/Diabetes
  12. Chronic Disease/Cancer
  13. Immunizations and Infectious Diseases
  14. Recreational Safety
  15. Children Safety
  16. Women and Infant Health
  17. Home safety
  18. Aging

SECTION 4: BARRIERS, INCENTIVES, AND POLICIES

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Discusses the importance of aligning the health delivery system, benefits, incentives and personal behavior

  • The four major determinants of health care costs and disability costs
  • Health behavior ecosystem
  • From learning to behavior modification
  • Multifactorial nature of health and disease
  • Multiple risk factors

SECTION 5: DISABILITY MANAGEMENT

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Examines the connection between health promotion, prevention and case management

SECTION 6: GETTING STARTED

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Provides specific guidance on how to start a process, including development of a mission statement and gaining support

  • Concluding Remarks

FIELD EXAMPLES

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  • facility-specific examples (Glass Technology Center and Meadville)

Specific Elements: INTRODUCTION

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General Introduction

Key Element: VEHICULAR SAFETY

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Risk Factors for Heart Disease and Stroke

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Lifestyle factor: Fitness

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Lifestyle Factor: NUTRITION

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Lifestyle Factor: TOBACCO USE

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Musculoskeletal problems

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Stress/ Resiliency

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Chronic Disease/ Disabling conditions: DIABETES

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Chronic Disease/ Disabling Conditions (selected types of) CANCER

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Immunization and Infectious disease

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Recreational Safety

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Children Safety

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Maternal and Infant Health

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Home Safety

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Aging

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Alcohol and Other Drugs

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