Development of a local HEPA policy analysis tool (CAPLA-Santé) in France
ISPAH ePoster Library. Noel Racine A. 10/15/18; 225159; 50
Antoine Noel Racine
Antoine Noel Racine
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Abstract IntroductionThe promotion of Health-Enhancing Physical-Activity (HEPA) became a major public health issue at international, national and local levels. To develop effective HEPA policies at the local level, policymakers need to take into account a territorial context embedded in complex systems. Therefore, based on the WHO HEPA Policy Audit Tool (HEPA PAT), a local tool was designed to support local governments to build and pilot HEPA policies. This study aims at describing the adaptation and the test of the HEPA policy analysis tool (CAPLA-Santé) at the local level.Method(1) An intersectoral group of experts has been constituted, (2) The group adapted each item of the HEPA PAT tool for the local level. (3) Based on structured interviews, qualitative and quantitative feedbacks will be collected from practitioners and decision-makers in the testing phase. (4) A final workshop with the group of experts will be dedicated to reach consensus on the final version of the tool.Activities undertaken4 workshops were organized to adapt and to design the local HEPA policy analysis tool. The first draft of the tool will be tested in 12 local governments from 3 pilot territories in South, Est and West of France: city (n=3), metropolis (n=3), county (n=3) and region (n=3). The results of this test will be presented at the symposium.ConclusionA final version of the local HEPA policy analysis tool is expected tacking in account stakeholders’ feedbacks. This tool will be largely disseminated in subnational territories in France for HEPA capacity-building. External funding details Acknoledgement
Abstract IntroductionThe promotion of Health-Enhancing Physical-Activity (HEPA) became a major public health issue at international, national and local levels. To develop effective HEPA policies at the local level, policymakers need to take into account a territorial context embedded in complex systems. Therefore, based on the WHO HEPA Policy Audit Tool (HEPA PAT), a local tool was designed to support local governments to build and pilot HEPA policies. This study aims at describing the adaptation and the test of the HEPA policy analysis tool (CAPLA-Santé) at the local level.Method(1) An intersectoral group of experts has been constituted, (2) The group adapted each item of the HEPA PAT tool for the local level. (3) Based on structured interviews, qualitative and quantitative feedbacks will be collected from practitioners and decision-makers in the testing phase. (4) A final workshop with the group of experts will be dedicated to reach consensus on the final version of the tool.Activities undertaken4 workshops were organized to adapt and to design the local HEPA policy analysis tool. The first draft of the tool will be tested in 12 local governments from 3 pilot territories in South, Est and West of France: city (n=3), metropolis (n=3), county (n=3) and region (n=3). The results of this test will be presented at the symposium.ConclusionA final version of the local HEPA policy analysis tool is expected tacking in account stakeholders’ feedbacks. This tool will be largely disseminated in subnational territories in France for HEPA capacity-building. External funding details Acknoledgement
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