Blue Earth County Public Health SHIP

Blue Earth County Public Health used funding from the Minnesota Department of Health’s Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP) for multiple initiatives in their service area. Efforts included a worksite wellness initiative; work with child care facilities and schools to increase physical activity among children; and building partnerships among health care providers and community leaders to facilitate active referrals of patients to local resources that increase access to nutritious foods, opportunities for physical activity, and tobacco use cessation. Reports provide information on the impacts of the initiatives. Wilder Research worked with multiple SHIP grantees across the state of Minnesota.

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Blue Earth County SHIP Community Health ProfileEvaluationMay 2014Ryan Evans, Nicole MartinRogers
SHIP Worksite Wellness Initiative Final Evaluation ReportEvaluationAugust 2011Jose Reyes, Natalie Alizaga, Nicole MartinRogers
SHIP Active Referrals Initiative Final Evaluation ReportEvaluationJuly 2011Natalie Alizaga
SHIP Child Care Physical Activity Initiative Final Evaluation ReportEvaluationJune 2011Natalie Alizaga, Nicole MartinRogers
SHIP School Physical Activity Intervention Final Evaluation ReportEvaluationJune 2011Nicole MartinRogers, Natalie Alizaga

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