Updated May 2014
Each state plan strategy is given an activity level category that considers the following factors:
- The amount of activity (projects, initiatives, policy work, etc.)
- The reach of the activities (local, regional, or statewide reach)
- The impact on decreasing cardiovascular disease risk, morbiditity and mortality
- Scope of the activity
- Quality of the activity (based on best-practice, promising practice)
Activity Level Categories
No/Limited Activity Moderate Activity High Activity
If you would like to view associated tactics for each strategy, click here for the list of state plan tactics.
Click on a link below to read about activities going on around a strategy.Objective 1.1: Decrease cardiovascular disease and stroke risk by decreasing tobacco use.
|1.1.1||Decrease rates of initiation of tobacco use.|
|1.1.2||Increase the utilization of smoking cessation services for adolescents and adults.|
|1.1.3||Advance policies that reduce exposure to environmental tobacco smoke.|
Objective 1.2: Decrease all Minnesotans’ risk for CV disease and stroke by reducing obesity rates, and improving nutrition and physical activity.
|1.2.1||Increase the rate of healthy eating by Minnesota children, youth and adults.|
|1.2.2||Increase frequency of exposure to effective health messages in multiple media channels.|
|1.2.3||Increase physical activity for all in Minnesota.|
Objective 1.3: Advance methods promoting healthy eating and physical activity that are suited to communities at highest risk.
|1.3.1||Offer culturally sensitive programs that focus on reducing prevalence of obesity by improving dietary behaviors, increasing physical activity levels, and reducing sedentary behaviors.|
Objective 1.4: Support aspirin use as primary prevention strategy for cardiovascular disease and stroke for individuals with increased risk.
|1.4.1||Increase the use of aspirin according to evidence-based recommendations for individuals without a history of coronary heart disease or stroke who are at increased risk of ischemic events.|
Objective 2.1: Provide consistent, evidence-based, and timely acute care for Minnesotans experiencing: Acute cardiac events (STEMI, SCA) and Stroke
Objective 2.2: Create an informed Minnesota population that recognizes acute signs and symptoms and understands the need for timely, evidence-based emergency response: Stroke and Acute cardiac events
Objective 3.1: Provide disease risk management interventions to prevent secondary cardiovascular and stroke events and progression of disease.
Objective 3.2: Prevent avoidable hospital readmissions within 30 days post-hospitalization for cardiovascular disease and stroke patients.
If you would like to report current activity around this strategy, please contact Sueling Schardin at (651) 201-4051 or email@example.com