Wheeling Walks Training Manual

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CHPP Stages

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CHPP STAGES


There are four stages involved in a CHPP, ranging from who does what first, choosing sessions topics, to getting your group legitimized in the community. Let’s work through them:

STAGE I: CHPP commences with 1-3 people -- one, two, or three interested individuals decide to address a health issue in the local community.

STAGE II: Establish a Steering Committee -- the interested individual(s) identified in Stage I recruit 5-6 additional individuals to work as a Steering Committee for the local effort (Task 1). The Steering Committee firms up plans for the 12-week participatory planning program and recruits 20-50 members to participate in the CHPP (Task 2). Steering Committee members ensure that individuals from all sectors of the community are involved (including decision-makers).

STAGE III: Conduct the 12 CHPP Sessions -- Here participants meet, learn more about, and work on living a healthier lifestyle, and at the same time develop plans for expanding health (physical activity, nutrition, tobacco cessation, for example) in their community at large. (To assist with the process, the workbook provides step-by-step details of the overall content and structure of the 12-week participatory planning program.)

STAGE IV: Establish an on-going Community Advisory Board -- CHPP participants and others are asked to be involved in the project by serving on a on-going Community Advisory Board. This stage also involves the Community Advisory Board getting itself legitimized in the community and implementing its plan.

The exercises that follow relate to the Stages described on the previous page. When completed, you will have a good start on identifying folks in your community to participate in the CHPP and you will have identified other key issues for your CHHP.

Stage I Exercise 1: You and one of your colleagues would like to address one of the health issues in the community you identified on page 5. Identify the health issue you would like to address in your community ____________________________________.

Now, for extra practice identify the health issues from the examples listed in the back of the workbook in Appendix A.

Example 1 - WHEELING WALKS - Health Issue: ____________________________

Example 2 - University Wellness - Health Issue: ____________________________

Example 3 - Medical School Wellness - Health Issue: _____________________________

 


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