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Coppin State University e-Health Project @ UNCFSP/NLM eHealth Conference June 10, 2008. Coppin State University eHealth Education Project. Professor Betsy D. Simon, M.S., CHES, CPP Principal Investigator/Project Director Scott Jackson Dantley, Ph.D., Project Evaluator
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Coppin State University e-Health Project @ UNCFSP/NLM eHealth Conference June 10, 2008 Coppin State University eHealth Education Project Professor Betsy D. Simon, M.S., CHES, CPP Principal Investigator/Project Director Scott Jackson Dantley, Ph.D., Project Evaluator Coppin eHealth Educators 410-951-3381 bsimon@coppin.edu

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Coppin State University eHealth Presentation Overview Overarching Goal & Supportive Goals Statement of Problem Student Assessment Component CSU\'s NLM Solution Community Partnering Project Activities Sustainability Project Deliverables Testimonies

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Coppin eHealth Project Goals Overarching Goal : Increase familiarity with, access to, and utilization of the National Library of Medicine (NLM) online wellbeing assets. Objective 1: Train-Of-Trainer Groups on NLM. Objective 2: Increase usage and dispersal of NLM in all undergrad wellbeing training syllabi. Objective 3: Increase mindfulness, get to, and scattering of NLM databases to grounds and proposed groups. Objective 4: Measure mindfulness and utilization of NLM among grounds and group members.

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CSU eHealth Project Foci Diabetes, Overweight, Obesity, & Physical Activity Charts Retrieved from NLM databases by T. Carter

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Statement of the Problem (As We Began) Diabetes influences ONE IN FOUR African-American ladies more than 55-years of age. Diabetes influences TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT of African-Americans between ages 65 and 74 . SOURCE: ADA, 2005

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Statement of the Problem (National) African-Americans are more probable than other ethnic and social gathering to be determined to have diabetes. SOURCE: ADA, 2005

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Statement of the Problem (National) African-Americans are 2.4 TIMES more probable than non-Hispanic white grown-ups to have been determined to have diabetes by a doctor. African-Americans are 2.2 TIMES more probable than non-Hispanic white grown-ups to bite the dust from diabetes. Non-Hispanic White Males African-Americans Non-Hispanic White Males African-Americans Source: NLM, 2006

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Statement of Problem (State) In Maryland, 9.5 percent African-American inhabitants have diabetes, contrasted with 6 percent of Whites. A significant number of those African-Americans can\'t get the fundamental social insurance. Roughly one in each 400 to 500 kids and youths has Type I diabetes. Sort II diabetes is turning out to be more basic in among African-American kids and teenagers. Sources: MD BRFSS, 2002; USRDS Data, 2001

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Statement of Problem (Local) Coppin State University (CSU) and Coppin Academy High School understudies, families, companions, and neighbors reflect the Baltimore people group which is excessively influenced by interminable infections, for example, diabetes . African-Americans in Baltimore City are 15 percent more inclined to kick the bucket from coronary illness than white City residents. In Baltimore County, African-Americans are twice as prone to bite the dust from a diabetes-related sickness than whites (BCHD, 2008). The predominance of diabetes in Baltimore City is being tended to as a city wellbeing emergency as showed in City Council Resolution number 03.1177 (2003).

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Student Assessment Component Assessment of the PC, site, Internet, library utilization, and NLM mindfulness and information levels among consenting CSU HEED understudies. Pattern – April 2008 Post-Intervention – August/September 2008 Follow-up – December 2008

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Research Procedures Methodology Sampling The populace of enthusiasm for this study comprises of a helpful specimen of 194 undergrad and 4 graduate wellbeing training understudies from Coppin State University

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Research Procedures proceeded with Measures The study instrument was intended to assemble data in six spaces: Demographic Information Computer Skills and Usage Internet and Web encounter Use of the CSU Parlett Moore or different Libraries Use of NLM Databases Diabetes and other Health Issues

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Research Procedures proceeded with Measures proceeded with The study included 86 various decision question and 10 open-finished question testing understudies\' learning of diabetes, heftiness and the significance of physical action. Design Trained Assessors regulated the overview to an advantageous example of 15 wellbeing training classes chose to take an interest; course levels incorporate 100, 200, 300 and 400 level courses.

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Research Procedures proceeded with Procedures The review was controlled from April 8, 2008 to April 23, 2008. Subsequent meet-ups will be done in September 2008 and December 2008. SPSS 13.0 and Microsoft Excel were utilized to break down information gathered. SPSS 13.0 was utilized to develop recurrence circulation tables and the single variable examination approach was utilized to delineate general discoveries. Clear Statistics were utilized to exhibit quantitative information gathered from the poll. Information was gathered from ten open-finished inquiries into Microsoft Excel and used to gauge the understudy\'s essential learning of diabetes and corpulence and the significance of physical action.

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Sample Demographics

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Sample Findings: Computer Skills & Internet/Web Experience (N=198) Fifty-one (51%) percent (101 understudies) distinguished themselves as having great PC abilities, while 31% (62 understudies) saw themselves as having phenomenal PCs aptitudes. A quarter century percent (50 understudies) burned through 15-30 hours for each week on the Internet, while the dominant part, 42% (84 understudies) burned through 6-15 hours for every week on the Internet. Thirty-nine (39%) percent (78 understudies) utilized the Internet every day for studying, while 48% (94 understudies) utilized the web week after week for considering.

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Sample Findings: Use of the CSU Parlett Moore or Other Libraries (N=198) Thirty-nine (39%) percent (78 understudies) utilized the Library for concentrate once per week every scholarly semester. Seventeen (17%) percent (34 understudies) referenced online assets in any event once every month while 44% (88 understudies) never referenced online assets. Eleven (11%) percent (22 understudies) utilized periodicals twice a semester while the lion\'s share 58% (115 understudies) never utilize periodicals. Seventeen (17%) percent (34 understudies) utilized E-Databases/Indexes/E-diaries twice a semester; half (99 understudies) never utilized E-Databases/Indexes/E-diaries. 9.6% (19 understudies) utilized electronic classrooms week after week every semester; 62% (123 understudies) never utilized electronic classrooms.

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Sample Findings: Use of NLM Databases (N=198) Seventy-seven (77%) percent (154 understudies) never knew about the National Library of Medicine databases before taking the review. Seventy-three (73%) percent (145 understudies) recognized the BMI as a technique to assess basic fat qualities. Fifty-three (53%) percent (104 understudies) distinguished Google as their principle online source. Twenty (20%) percent (40 understudies) recognized WebMD as their primary online source. Eleven (11%) percent (21 understudies) of members recognized Yahoo as their fundamental online source. Sixteen (16%) percent (29 understudies) utilized others sources.

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Sample Findings: Diabetes and Physical Activity (N=198) Seventy (70%) percent (138 understudies) recorded no less than one indication of diabetes, while 30% left this segment of the study clear. Seventy-five (75%) percent (148 understudies) recorded at least one writes of diabetes. Fifty-one (51%) percent (100 understudies) distinguished the significance of the discharging of insulin into the circulation system. Seventy-three (73%) percent (145 understudies) recognized the BMI as a strategy to evaluate basic fat qualities.

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Sample Findings: Diabetes and Physical Activity (N=198) Fifty-seven (57%) percent (113 understudies) distinguished 30 minutes as the measure of physical movement suggested for grown-ups by the Guidelines for Americans (CDC). Thirty-one (31%) percent (62 understudies) distinguished a hour as the measure of physical movement prescribed for youngsters by the Guidelines for Americans (CDC). Thirty-four (34%) percent (68 understudies) recognized 26.6-29.9 as a body mass record considered overweight. Twenty (20%) percent (40 understudies) recognized the rate of Americans who report no physical movement as per CDC. Seventy-five (75%) percent (148 understudies) distinguished that the wellbeing status of minorities directly affects the strength of the greater part.

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In Summation These preparatory discoveries bolster our unique preface that understudies don\'t know about the monstrous assets offered by the National Library of Medicine Databases. Assist investigation of the information will empower us to outline a requirements based mindfulness and learning exchange benefit demonstrate that will enhance NLM databases get to and usage by understudies at Coppin State University.

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Coppin State University and NLM Databases A Part of the Solution NLM Databases are being utilized by people prepared through the UNCFSP/NLM ACCESS Project, supported by the CSU eHealth Project, and intended to prepare others. NLM on-line assets are being gotten to for scholarly, individual, and familial purposes; turned out to be an enabling knowledge. Coppin State University utilizes its part as the pioneer of the instructive hallway for the encompassing groups (Baltimore City Data Collaborative, 2006) to join forces with key partners. Coppin understudies are being acquainted with NLM in wellbeing instruction classes and through grounds wide exercises. The VMC Model of Engagement empowers an equivalent banding together with underserved groups which will guarantee long haul supportability. 22

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Community Partnering (illustrations) A Sustaining Tool Addie Johnson, Principal The Woodbourne Center Walter O. Ginn, Placement Coordinator Baltimore City Department of Social Services Michelle N. McEachern, Executive Director Coppin Heights Community Development Corporation Tonya Johnson, Director Baltimore City Health Department Health Education & Outreach William Howard, Principal Coppin Academy High School

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