NOFO Attachment 2 of 2 for: CDC-RFA-DP18-1803- State Public Health Approaches to Addressing Arthritis

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Strategy 1: Disseminate Arthritis-Appropriate Evidence-Based Interventions (AAEBI) and leverage other Self-Management Interventions.

Disseminate AT LEAST TWO different evidence based interventions among the applicant’s employees, patients, members or constituents, and ensure sufficient capacity to continuously and sustainably deliver AAEBIs to this population and expanded population over the 5-year period.

Activity 1.1 Resources and Examples of Evidence Based Dissemination Strategies
Activity 1.2 Resources and Examples of Worksite Strategies and Financial Supports

Strategy 2: Counsel and refer patients to increase physical activity, including participation in AAEBIs and walking.

Leverage key state-wide initiatives and engage key stakeholders, to develop and implement a 5-year systems approach to support a sustainable counseling and referral process that will engage healthcare providers and increase their counseling of adults with arthritis about the importance and benefits of physical activity for managing arthritis, including safe walking, and referring appropriate patients to AAEBIs for physical activity

Activity 2.1 Examples of Relevant National or State Level Initiatives

Resources and Examples on Counseling and Referral Best Practice

Activity 2.2 Examples of Resources to Help Facilitate Enrollment, Registration or Participation

Useful Publications

Strategy 4: Raise Awareness about Arthritis Burden and Management.

Raise awareness about arthritis burden, physical activity, walking, AAEBIs (and other self-management interventions as applicable), and provider counseling and referrals in ways that will facilitate achievement of key NOFO outcomes.

Activity 4.1 and 4.2 Resources to raise awareness of AAEBI, counseling and referral resources
Information for Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System

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