Objectives and Strategy


  • Qualitative:
    1. Reduce Chronic Disease Prevalence and Consequences
    2. Expand Career Literacy and Create Jobs
    3. Create baseline Health Assessments and Records
  • Quantitative:
    1. Measure obesity, asthma, tobacco exposure, health literacy
      • BMI Measures
      • Completion of student health records
      • Calorie Intake and Calories Burned
      • Cardiovascular metrics
    2. Measure number of jobs created and Health Career Opportunities
      • Full time Community Health Advisors and Promotores
      • Part time adult workers
      • Supplemental income and cost-impact of 'coaches'
      • Student interns
        • University
        • High School
    3. Number of students engaged, trained, certified for levels of advocacy
    4. Health Literacy ? Proof of Knowledge


  • Qualitative:
    1. Utilize Schools and Workforce Objectives to address chronic disease
    2. Help Students Better Manage Their Own Health
  • Quantitative:
    1. Large number of student engagements, Funded via workforce objectives
      • Pre-K to Post-Secondary engagement data
      • Number of health risk assessments, and PHR created
    2. Student Self-Management Measurements
      • Focus on Asthma to demonstrate the project benefits
      • Number of students creating and populating wellness plans
      • Number of school nurse records completed
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