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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Exploring Economic and Health Impacts of Local Food Procurement
    Communities across the country are creating innovative and effective ways to build procurement of locally produced foods by schools hospitals food banks and other institutions To assist communities in enhancing the health and economic impacts of local food procurement initiatives the Illinois Public Health Institute and Crossroads Resource Center are releasing a new report Exploring Economic and Health Impacts of Local Food Procurement The report highlights practical effective strategies for communities to add locally sourced food to their institutional food systems recommends ways to conceptualize and measure economic and health impacts suggests effective funding strategies and includes Critical Analysis of Economic Impact Methodologies which discusses the literature on the economic impact of local foods Click on images to access reports Case studies share insights from food system leaders in school districts food banks healthcare facilities health departments food distributors cooperatives entrepreneurs and food service companies Leaders in Southern Arizona are making farmers markets accessible to low income residents increasing local food procurement by a food bank creating a flourishing school garden and providing job training and business development opportunities to low income residents Through the efforts and partnerships between growers food distributors a local hospital system the health department a cooperative grocery store and school districts communities in Southwest Wisconsin have created innovative distribution initiatives to increase local food procurement by several institutions In Jefferson County Kentucky the Farm to Table initiative brokered more than 1 5 million in local food sales in just four years In Burlington Vermont a local hospital system is serving local foods in its cafeterias and food service and hosts community gardens and educational programming In San Diego County California the farm to school program is collaborating with partners to create a sustainable approach to bringing farm fresh foods to local children Through this collaboration

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-policy-and-partnerships/exploring_economic_and_health_impacts_of_local_food_procurement/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Controlling Junk Food and the Bottom Line – findings from school districts that have had success
    Sheet 5 Improving Cafeteria Strategies to Support Healthier Competitive Foods Standards On November 14 th the Illinois Public Health Institute IPHI hosted a webinar to share strategies best practices and success stories from schools implementing improved nutrition standards across the country Listen to stories from the field Penny Parham Administrative Director Department of Food and Nutrition Miami Dade County Public Schools on using reimburseable fresh meal vending machines to increase participation in school meal programs an innovative marketing strategy to wrap delivery vans to advertise and raise awareness of school meal programs and more LISTEN NOW Alison Burdick Principal Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School New London Public Schools on switching to an all in breakfast in the classroom model to increase participation in the meal program ways to build staff support how to solicit and utilize student feedback and more LISTEN NOW Mary Hill Executive Director Jackson Public Schools Food Service on the importance of professional development for food service staff ways to reinforce the connection between wellness and nutrition fun ways to display nutrition messaging in the cafeteria and more LISTEN NOW Access a full recording of the webinar here and a copy of the slides here The tip sheets and webinar build on Controlling Junk Food and the Bottom Line a report presenting case studies of schools in thirteen middle and high schools in nine school districts around the country that improved nutrition standards for their competitive food and beverages without significant negative financial impact Read the Executive Summary Learn more Introduction In 2013 the United States Department of Agriculture USDA updated the nutrition standards for snack and a la carte foods and beverages competitive foods in schools Smart Snacks will result in more healthy foods such as fruits vegetables and whole grains in snack bars and vending machines while limiting traditional snack items such as full fat chips and candy bars The changes are critical to student health but offering them in a way that minimizes student resistance and maximizes overall school and district food service profit requires a coordinated approach Social marketing nutrition awareness and education promotion and improvements in the school meals are all necessary to create a healthier school climate where students are served and consume appealing healthy food The Controlling Junk Food and the Bottom Line project shares findings from eight school districts that have already implemented strong nutrition standards for snack and a la carte foods and beverages without significant loss of overall food service profit Our study explored district and school level experiences through interviews conducted between December 2011 and April 2012 In total 31 principals food service directors and staff from eight districts across the country shared their experiences and contributed their insights to the study The study identified five overarching findings that may be particularly helpful for schools working to implement the new standards More detail on the overall findings of the study can be located in the Executive Summary coming soon and the full study Profits dipped initially

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-policy-and-partnerships/controlling-junk-food-and-the-bottom-line/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | CPPI – Archived Projects
    to support the SHIP Implementation Coordination Council The SHIP provides guidance to the state s public health system on priorities for improving both the health of the public and system infrastructure needs Adequate Health Care Task Force AHCTF Illinois Public Act 93 0973 formerly House Bill 2268 creates the Health Care Justice Act and encourages Illinois to implement a health care plan that provides access to a full range of preventive acute and long term health care services and maintains and improves the quality of health care services The legislation establishes an Adequate Health Care Task Force with 29 voting members five appointed by the Governor and six appointments by each of the four leaders of the General Assembly the Speaker of the House the House Minority Leader the President of the Senate and the Senate Minority Leader The directors of the departments of Public Health Healthcare and Family Services and Aging along with the secretary of the Department of Human Services are ex officio members Racial Ethnic Health Disparities Action Council REHDAC REHDAC was a forum created by IPHI for minority health stakeholders to explore public health system approaches to eliminating racial and ethnic health disparities in Illinois REHDAC consisted of more than 30 stakeholders from public and private organizations throughout the state Task Force on Health Planning Reform TFHPR Public Act 095 0005 amended the Illinois Health Facilities Planning Act creating the Task Force on Health Planning Reform TFHPR The mission of the TFHPR was to review reform and implement new or revised policies and procedures relating to the evaluation of hospital expansion projects safety net services and create a long range 10 year health facilities plan The TFHPR also reviewed and made recommendations to the size and membership of the current Health Facilities Planning Board The overall goal of the TFHPR was to ensure the prevention of unnecessary duplication of facilities and services improve the efficiency of the health care system maintain an environment in the health care system that supports quality care and support the most economic use of available resources Health in All Policies Symposium On June 28 the Health in All Policies Symposium brought together Illinois leaders from multiple sectors for a robust discussion about how to ensure that all of our policies reflect a commitment to good health Exercise Your Mind Collaborating To Enhance Physical Education In Illinois Schools This 1 5 hour webinar provides an overview of the goals and strategies of the Illinois Enhanced P E strategic Plan published in June 2012 It also describes how P E has been redefined in recent years and practical ways in which this new P E can be implemented The presenters share research demonstrating the link between physical activity and improved academic performance Resources and tools for working with your school and community to support these changes are also provided Healthy Communities The Converging Visions of Community Health and Community Development Throughout 2013 and 2014 IPHI collaborated with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/center-for-policy-and-partnerships/cppi-archived-projects/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Center for Community Capacity Development
    Enrollment Communications BIP Stakeholder Engagement CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Community Capacity Development Center for Community Capacity Development IPHI s Center for Community Capacity Development CCCD enhances the effectiveness and reach of local public health systems by collaborating with public health partners to provide training technical assistance and support services for community level health improvement and prevention programs Training IPHI offers classroom based training webinars and podcasts on a range of topics related to building local community health capacity related to all aspects of assessment planning implementation and evaluation of public health activities IPHI works collaboratively with the clients to design and deliver training to meet learning objectives and we strive to incorporate interactive capacity building activities in all of our training Consultation Services CCCD provides a wide range of consulting technical assistance and coaching services As a service to local and state health departments and community health coalitions and other public health organizations IPHI s Center for Community Capacity Development CCCD offers capacity building consultation services to support learning and development Consultation services are delivered in a variety of ways depending on the organization s needs the time line and the most effective delivery mode to build capacity Learning Collaboratives IPHI facilitates Learning Collaboratives to help strengthen and improve local and collective work on community health issues or strategies that arise as priorities across the state By building strategic relationships and improving coordination between local initiatives and state and or federal stakeholders Learning Collaboratives help in sharing best practices increasing alignment of goals and strategies leveraging and effectively utilizing resources and more effectively system change IPHI also facilitates inter organizational Learning Collaboratives

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/community-capacity-development/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Training
    Health Impact Assessment Stakeholder Engagement and Partnership Development Strategic Planning Evidence Based Public Health Policy Systems and Environmental Change Strategies Learning Collaboratives Obesity Action Roadmap Accreditation and Mock Review Collaborative QI Learning Collaboratives CCCD Archived Projects Health and Information Technology Data Across Sectors for Health DASH Illinois Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project IMPACT Provider Enrollment Communications BIP Stakeholder Engagement CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Community Capacity Development Training Training IPHI offers classroom based training webinars podcasts and coaching on a range of topics related to building effective systems and capacity for community health IPHI works collaboratively with the clients to design and deliver training to meet learning objectives and we strive to incorporate interactive capacity building activities in all of our training Connecting the Dots Exploring the Synergy between Planning and Public Health Local Health Department IPLAN Training Health in All Policies Training Local Obesity Coalition Training Performance Management Quality Improvement and Public Health Accreditation Training Training Archive Share this Email Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Upcoming Events There are no upcoming events View Calendar What

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/community-capacity-development/cccd-training/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Local Health Department Training
    Enrollment Communications BIP Stakeholder Engagement CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Community Capacity Development Training Local Health Department Training Local Health Department Training IPLAN The Illinois Project for Local Assessment of Needs IPLAN is a community health assessment and planning process that is conducted every five years by local health jurisdictions in Illinois Based on the Assessment Protocol for Excellence in Public Health APEX PH model IPLAN is grounded in the core functions of public health and addresses public health practice standards The completion of IPLAN fulfills most of the requirements for Local Health Department certification under Illinois Administrative Code Section 600 400 Certified Local Health Department Code Public Health Practice Standards The essential elements of IPLAN are 1 an organizational capacity assessment 2 a community health needs assessment and 3 a community health plan focusing on a minimum of three priority health problems Click Here to Download the IPLAN Workbook MAPP The Mobilizing Action Through Planning and Partnerships MAPP crosswalk is intended to serve as a guide for Illinois health departments who are using the equivalent process of MAPP for their IPLAN This tool lists the Illinois requirements and standards for IPLAN and the MAPP components that meet the requirements The tool also indicates any additional information you will need to submit to meet the IPLAN requirements If you have any questions about the MAPP crosswalk or how to use it please contact Laurie Call at laurie call iphionline org Expert Consultant List If you need assistance with a particular IPLAN Health Priority please refer to this Expert Consultant list to point you to resources or assist you with developing appropriate IPLAN objectives

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/community-capacity-development/cccd-training/cccd-local-health-department-training/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Quality Improvement Coaching and Training
    Collaborative QI Learning Collaboratives CCCD Archived Projects Health and Information Technology Data Across Sectors for Health DASH Illinois Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project IMPACT Provider Enrollment Communications BIP Stakeholder Engagement CHIT Archived Projects About IPHI Board of Directors Staff Directory Staff Representation Funders Positions available at IPHI Contact Us Public Health Links Privacy Policy Reports Publications You are here Home Center for Community Capacity Development Quality Improvement Coaching and Training Quality Improvement Coaching and Training Chicago Department of Public Health IPHI is providing an extensive training and coaching program to the Chicago Department of Public Health including Quality Improvement QI 101 training and Team Leadership training for staff that focuses on baseline training for 4 CDPH teams who will participate in QI Learning Collaboratives facilitated by IPHI The QI teams will plan implement monitor analyze and make decisions and act on their QI projects Documentation of their work will be shared with all collaborative team members in monthly meetings workshops IPHI is also providing QI 201 Data Analysis and Sustaining the Gains trainings Community Of Practice in Public Health Improvement COPPHI QI Coaching IPHI Laurie Call is providing coaching to two grantees of the national RWJ COPPHI initiative health departments in

    Original URL path: http://iphionline.org/community-capacity-development/quality-improvement-coaching-and-training/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Illinois Public Health Institute | Training Archive
    Web Training Turning Data Into Information Part 2 March 20 2013 IPLAN Web Training Organizational Capacity Assessment Through Local Health Department Strategic Planning Archive Recording February 26 2013 IPLAN Web Training Turning Data Into Information Part 1 February 13 2013 Exercise Your Mind Collaborating To Enhance Physical Education In Illinois Schools archived webinar August 17 2012 Leveraging Community Assessments for Collaborative Planning and Results archived webinar April 12 2012 Asset Mapping and Engagement Strategies to Build Healthier Communities Classroom Training October 14 2011 Partners in Action Conference Conference Materials September 26 28 2011 Creating a Strategic Plan Classroom Training July 12 2011 Lessons in Quality Improvement Webinar July 7 2011 NIATx Change Leader Orientation Webinar June 27 2011 Improving Your Program Evaluation Plans A Working Session Classroom Training June 24 2011 Hard Choices in Hard Times Defining Local Public Health Department Priorities Webinar May 5 2011 Engaging Communities and the Media by Telling Compelling Public Health Stories Webinar April 14 2011 Putting It All Together Writing Your IPLAN Webinar March 29 2011 NIATx Quality Improvement Model Change Leader Training Classroom Training March 24 25 2011 Building a Quality Culture in Public Health Webinar March 11 2011 Local Public Health System Assessment LPHSA Participant Orientation Webinar Turning Health Data into Information Webinar September 10 2010 Community Engagement Moving from Stakeholder Engagement to Ownership and Accountability Webinar June 30 2010 Strengthening Your Facilitation Skills Classroom Training June 10 2010 Adapting Evidence Based Programs to Meet Local Needs Webinar May 14 2010 Measuring and Documenting Program Effectiveness Webinar April 27 2010 Local Public Health Governance Assessment Orientation Webinar April 2 2010 Quality Improvement Principles Methods and Tools Classroom Training March 3 2010 A Framework for Targeting Obesity in Your Community Webinar December 21 2009 The Basics of Program Evaluation Classroom Training June 16

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