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Title: Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada Inspiring Integration and Action Ontario Chronic Disea


1
Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of
Canada Inspiring Integration and Action Ontario
Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance Jean
Harvey March 23, 2007
2
Questions to Consider
  • How would you describe the added value of CDPAC?
  • How do you think CDPAC could better support the
    efforts of the P/T Network?

3
Chronic Disease Burden in Canada
All Cardiovascular Disease 37

Total Number of Deaths 219530.
Abbreviations AMI - Acute Myocardial
Infarction, IHD - Ischemic Heart Disease, CVD -
Cardiovascular Disease
ICD-9 Codes All Cardiovascular (390-459) AMI
(410) Other IHD (411-414) Cerebrovascular
Disease (430-438)
Accidents/Poisonings/ Violence (E800-E999)
Cancer (140-239) Infectious Diseases (001-139)
Diabetes (250) Respiratory
(460-519)
4
Commonality of Risk Factors and Determinants
  • Biology Genetic Endowment
  • Healthy Childhood Development
  • Culture
  • Employment
  • Gender
  • Health Services

Risk Factors
Chronic Diseases
Tobacco
Mental Illness
Unhealthy Eating
Cancer
Obesity
Respiratory
Alcohol Abuse
Diabetes
Physical Inactivity
Cardiovascular
  • Income Social Status
  • Social Support Networks
  • Education
  • Social Environments

Psychosocial Distress
  • Physical Environment
  • Gender
  • Personal Health Practices Coping Skills

Health Determinants
5
CDPAC Vision
  • Canadians will be supported by a comprehensive,
    sufficiently resourced, sustainable, and
    integrated system of research, surveillance,
    policies and programs that maintain health and
    prevent chronic disease.
  • The systems will link together and build upon
    existing initiatives in a coordinated and
    synergistic way.
  • The systems will be broader than just the health
    sector, and will include other relevant sectors
    such as transportation, education, social
    services, recreation, and others.
  • Reflect a Canadian society that values health as
    a fundamental right.

6
CDPAC Mission
  • Fostering a countrywide movement towards an
    integrated, population health approach for the
    prevention of chronic diseases through
    collaborative leadership, advocacy and capacity
    building. December 2002

7
Description of CDPAC Role
  • Voice of influence for systems changes to reduce
    chronic diseases and improve health
  • The synergistic and dynamic network of
    intersectoral partners at all levels to share
    information, plan and act together

8
Current Structure
Alliance members, active participants and
subscribers
Provincial and Territorial Alliances
National Stakeholders
Steering Committee Working Groups
Secretariat
9
Stakeholders
Engaged Communities of Practice
Tobacco
Public Health
Prevention Research
Nutrition
Canadian Municipalities
Professional Assoc.
Physical Activity

Others
Workplace
School Health
10
Steering Committee
  • Canadian Cancer Society
  • Canadian Council for Tobacco Control
  • Canadian Public Health Association
  • Coalition for Active Living
  • Canadian Diabetes Association
  • Canadian Alliance for Mental Illness and Mental
    Health
  • Public Health Agency of Canada
  • Dietitians of Canada
  • Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
  • YMCA Canada
  • The Canadian Lung Association
  • The Kidney Foundation of Canada
  • Representatives of the CDPAC Network of P/T
    Alliances
  • BC Healthy Living Alliance
  • Newfoundland Wellness Council

11
CDPAC Network of Provincial/Territorial Alliances
  • Formed in 2004
  • Representatives from all provinces and
    territories participate
  • Facilitate ongoing dialogue, information exchange
    and collaborative action

12
CDPAC Functions
  • Collaborative Leadership - facilitating joint
    problem solving and decision making among key
    stakeholders
  • Enhancing Capacity - developing, fostering and
    supporting relationships and resources at all
    levels (community, organizational,
    inter-organizational and systems)
  • Advocacy - influencing public opinion and
    societal attitudes to bring about changes in
    government, community or institutional policies
  • Governance and Administration

13
1 - Collaborative Leadership
  • Chair the Network of P/T Alliances
    (teleconferences and in-person meetings)
  • Co-Chair the Healthy Living Issues Group
  • Co-Chair the Population Health Intervention
    Research Initiative for Canada
  • Convener of Stakeholders on Chronic Disease
    Prevention Issues eg. Obesity

14
Collaborative Leadership (example)
  • Marketing and Advertising to Children
  • Background paper
  • Think Tank
  • Presentation to Standing Committee on Health
  • Session at the CDPAC Conference
  • Planning a policy consensus conference

15
New Project for CDPAC
  • Alignment of primary prevention priorities across
    disease-specific and other health promotion
    strategies

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2 - Enhancing Capacity
  • Hosted two National Conferences
  • Web resource centre including Hot Topics series
    (improvements to be implemented this year)
  • Hosted the Advertising to Children Think Tank and
    Built Environments Roundtables
  • Developed papers on advertising to children and
    the built environments
  • Completed the P/T Alliance history document

18
New Project for CDPAC
  • Best Practices
  • Best Practices Portal
  • Background paper on information exchange/capacity
    building
  • Knowledge development/exchange capacity

19
3 - Advocacy
  • Presentations
  • Finance Committee
  • Standing Committee on Health
  • Childrens Physical Activity Tax Credit Panel
  • CDPAC information kits MPs
  • Response to government initiatives/programs
  • Canadas Food Guide
  • Federal Budget
  • Papers on advertising to children and the built
    environment provide a platform
  • CDPAC Conference Participants Call to Action

20
Federal Government Landscape
  • National Collaborating Centres
  • Pan Canadian Public Health Network
  • Canadian Best Practices System
  • Population Health Intervention Research
    Initiative for Canada (PHIRIC)
  • Disease Specific Strategies

21
National Collaborating Centres
  • Aboriginal Health (UBC)
  • Determinants of Health (SFXU)
  • Environmental Health (BC-CDC)
  • Healthy Public Policy (Institute national de
    sauté publique du Quebec)
  • Infectious Diseases (Centre-Winnipeg)
  • Methods and Tools (Ontario)
  • to encourage and support successful knowledge
    transfer between practitioners, researchers and
    policy makers help shape evidence-based public
    health polices, programs and practices

22
Pan Canadian Public Health Network
  • Population Health Promotion Expert Group
  • Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention and Control
    Expert Group
  • share public health knowledge and
    expertise-learn from best practices in the
    country- collaboration and cooperation from the
    provinces/territory

23
Canadian Best Practices System for Health
Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention
  • To facilitate knowledge exchange about best
    practices among decision makers in research,
    policy development and practice
  • To build consensus about best practices
    approaches
  • Provide a centralized access point for these
    approaches and coordinate activities to increase
    the uptake and utilization of best practices
    approaches.
  • The long-term goal of the Canadian Best Practices
    System is to improve health, reduce the burden
    of chronic disease and reduce costs to the health
    care system.

24
Population Health Intervention Research
Initiative for Canada (PHIRIC)
  • 10 year, pan-Canadian capacity development
    initiative
  • Leadership from major research, policy and
    practice organizations (e.g., CIHR, CDPAC, PHAC,
    CPHI, CBRPE)
  • Goal is to better bridge research and evaluation
    with population health interventions (policies
    and programs)

25
Disease Specific Strategies
  • Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control
  • Canadian Heart Health Strategy
  • Canadian Diabetes Strategy
  • Canadian Stroke Strategy
  • National Respiratory Health Framework

26
  • Contact Information
  • Jean Harvey
  • CDPAC
  • jharvey_at_cdpac.ca
  • 613-565-2522 ext 308

27
Questions to Consider
  • How would you describe the added value of CDPAC?
  • How do you think CDPAC could better support the
    efforts of the P/T Network?
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