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Title: Strategies for Seniors and Sports


1
  • Strategies for Seniors and Sports
  • Paul Stonebrook
  • Health Improvement and Prevention
  • Department of Health

2
Choosing Health? Consultation
  • Game Plan
  • Activity Co-ordination Team
  • Wanless Report
  • Choosing Health (ends 30th June)
  • Choosing Activity (ends 30th June)
  • Public Health White Paper - Autumn 04

3
Game Plan Recommendations
  • Establish a cross government Activity
    Co-ordination Team (ACT)
  • Identify / co-ordinate existing pilot projects
  • Jointly plan and commission further pilots and
    establish an innovation fund
  • Facilities database
  • National methodology for collecting participation
    and fitness data bi-annual surveys
  • Elderly identified as a priority

4
Activity Co-ordination Team
  • Cross Government Team (13 Departments and
    Agencies)
  • Jointly led by Health and Culture, Media and
    Sport
  • To raise mass participation in sport and physical
    activity, particularly among
  • economically disadvantaged groups
  • school leavers
  • women
  • older people

5
Wanless Report
  • We need annual report about the state of peoples
    health and of the major determinants - national
    and local authority levels.
  • Need to know more about the effectiveness and
    cost effectiveness of interventions.
  • Where there is significant risk to public health
    go ahead!
  • Spread the message and stop doing things that do
    not work!

6
ACT Monitoring Evaluation and Research
  • To provide rigorous evidence of current patterns
    and trends in physical activity and sport
    building on current government survey work
    MONITORING
  • To provide rigorous evidence of what works and to
    move evidence into practice EVALUATION
  • To support innovation and information sharing and
    strengthen the academic research network focusing
    on physical activity and health - RESEARCH

7
Monitoring
  • Health Survey for England
  • Adults (1994, 1998 and 2002 CVD)
  • Older people (2000 Separate sample of older
    people aged 65 and resident in care homes)
  • Future health survey of older people 2005
  • Objective Fitness Measures
  • Step Test
  • Functional tests in older people

8
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Functional tests in older people
  • Proposal
  • Build upon links between English Longitudinal
    Study of Ageing (ELSA) and Health Survey for
    England
  • Short Performance Battery (Guralnik et al.)
  • Handgrip strength
  • (Measure of life-space mobility)

10
National Evaluation
  • Local Exercise Action Pilots (LEAP)
  • Health Development Agency Collaborating Centre
  • Healthy Communities Collaborative
  • National Falls Collaborative

11
Health Development Agency Collaborating Centre
  • HDA builds the evidence base and transfers that
    evidence into practice as the means of achieving
    health development
  • Evidence and Guidance Collaborating Centre for
    the Promotion of Physical Activity (3 year
    contract)
  • Maintain HDA Evidence Briefing
  • Produce Effective Action Briefing
  • Evidence not conventionally included in
    systematic reviews

12
Health Development Agency Evidence into Practice
13
Collaboratives
  • Healthy Communities Collaborative
  • New partnerships to tackle inequality
  • citizen-led approach
  • Falls Pilot
  • National Falls Collaborative
  • service-led approach

14
Research
  • Chief Medical Officers Report
  • Beneficial effects on cardiovascular disease,
    type 2 diabetes and obesity
  • Can improve muscle strength
  • Reduces incidence of falls
  • Improves emotional and mental well being
  • Can benefit cognitive function
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