Preventive care processes
This form can help correctional health care professionals effectively manage diseases commonly found in jails, prisons, and juvenile confinement facilities. It is used to follow a patient with a single or multiple chronic diseases. The sheet documents the chronic disease(s) for which the patient is being followed, as well as medications, symptoms, immunizations, test results, and more.
The Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Project (MCPAP) is a system of regional children's mental health consultation teams designed to help primary care providers (PCPs) meet the needs of children with psychiatric problems.
Some of the MassHealth-approved screening tools for children younger than 21 are:
- Primary Care Behavioral Health Toolkit
- CRAFFT Toolkit
- Diagnosis specific screens for:
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
This toolkit for health care professionals in hospitals provides ways to implement effective pressure ulcer prevention practices through an interdisciplinary approach to care. The document includes an implementation guide with tools and resources, organized under six major questions to be used by a team leading the effort to plan and put the strategies into practice. The tools and resources are designed to be used by multiple audiences and for different purposes.
The REALtalkDC campaign is geared towards young people in the District of Columbia (DC). The campaign reaches youth by providing sexual health information online and through a text messaging service that allows users to text “REALtalk” to 61827 to get information on where to get tested in DC. The REALtalkDC Web site also includes an interactive quiz for consumers and various resources for health care providers.
Resources cover the following topics:
The mission of the Make School a Moving Experience initiative is to help school staff and afterschool care providers work toward the goal of incorporating 150 minutes of physical activity into the school week for elementary students.
This Web page provides many tools and resources that staff can use to implement the Make School a Moving Experience initiative at their school. Materials include:
- Planning and monitoring tools
- Physical activity action plan...
The Staying Healthy Through Education and Prevention (STEP) implementation guide is a tool for continuing care retirement community staff to implement the STEP program. The STEP program is an evidence-based exercise program focusing on walking and strength training for seniors. This guide provides the information, tools, curricular material, and other resources needed to successfully implement the STEP program in continuing care retirement communities.
This Web page from Nemours Health & Prevention Services offers free downloads of their published materials regarding overweight children, emotional health, and public health promotion. It includes toolkits, guides, and reports on how to prevent and treat children with weight and nutrition issues.
Materials available include:
- Tools for early childhood professionals
- Sesame Street ® Healthy Habits for Life
- Best Practices for Healthy Eating...
Fit Together is a statewide campaign in North Carolina designed to raise awareness about the dangers of unhealthy weight and to equip individuals, families, and communities with the tools needed to get healthier. This section of the Fit Together Web site provides tools that can be used by individuals and families to help make healthy changes.
Tools available include:
- Key information and suggestions for maintaining a healthy weight
- Tips for families to...
This Web page provides programs and materials for organizations and families to incorporate the 5-2-1-Almost None message. The program promotes a healthy lifestyle that includes eating more fruits and vegetables, increasing physical activity, drinking less sugary beverages, and limiting screen time.
Available resources include:
- Healthy for life: A guide for families
- 5-2-1-Almost None fact sheets
- Bulletin boards
This toolkit was developed in response to the increasing number of refugee children entering in the United States and subsequently developing elevated blood lead levels. It provides information and resources about lead poisoning prevention and how to educate the refugee population.
The toolkit is divided into three sections:
- Refugee resettlement worker module
- This self-guided module provides information about the importance of identifying and determining...